The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00146
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00146
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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"'01.. LXIX. K>. 39 KEY WEST FLORIDA. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 14,, 1948 'E'TZItg mE .f .....

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I Maine MeMorial Services r FEEDS INFANT AFTER NARROW .ESCAPE LauLscher,. ) Goes. .. To Miami I Dry Tortugas Now

At City Cemetery Sunday I t r :41 I'f. .:''To': *' Install t; Local. Exhibit : Can't Be Reached

t cir. sMwiuui; ...IW1ttMfC.n ft- ITOT0' $LIAIS 'BEING!It ,

;A PLMk EIttJIHMt Seven Slates L- 4 PLACED AT '! DIIA.lI1tgOATSHOWbPEMNG;Soy Beans Fall, Visitors Are Told

OJ Nllli1U. Threatened i iI Corn Wheat

11DI; i tt ; By I :TONIGHT Up --,'JOHN A. LJUL\Nf ......

....d A. il..e...tIie.a..r..rl.r. I .JHll'alcn! ;, I Harold R. Laubscher. manager In Chicago PiLsBy i,Widow Of Rolt tai ir :I CUSSES I-OB r JtW......
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M..d. ......r.....eIIrww.r Wa... .... It.tW I. ... 4wN.... ...... 1 1of the Chamber, of Commerce, ... I' : SON AT URMId1K"RM
.... a ........ w Ise ....... .s WASHINGTON. r.... .II. I left today to ;et up the Key West 1 The AMu> II'p.rnCHICAGO : 'Creator Of Fairs I
M.... ....... City Ci..IetyI k.. Tlnammii. fleet Iran their i exhibit at the Miami Boat Show Feb. 14.-Prices of FUN NIOlrr
..... ... ...... IkawettJ ......... ...... tudijr M flvud waters ruIII f whidb opens tonight af Dinner > wheat and corn advanced slightly ',
.......... M /7s .Pnh /e.eRt.w, ", wnw stab.rs. I Key, I II ,' today, but soy beans fell the Dies Iii Key West Deed ., ... ....,4f 1.
tl* att OTMil tar lantry tilt !. ....... irrtMM lailruMi travel {'limit.At. I: Dry Twt..... a11d Ht.lwa .
...*..... .4 AtttMer. eVtwyv* l* 4tt !... farm tact .vUtd trratur ol in. I The Boat Show an annual New York Stock Market! empl .M4 d .IAr .w.. &
.. te .u-...** Lv. ...*. ItOtf e.4 ....u. ..r.e .. event, draw thousands of visitors ;I i fractional gains were recorded: i I Mrs. Mary. Roltair o! Lone. :I maze .le .... ..,. ......... W.night
Beach. N. Y .nI
M M a.N..wl 1 1M ......W Whale. the water rue in Trn- + .iF. every year who are boating ;: but on the cotton exchang". cot died at 9 a. m. ) betote .. v'.I. -.
....... .&...Ii'. UlUu and West s S' enthusiasts. The of the .. ton went up as much as $2JH a !I terday at 713 1-% Eaton street and t....... N .e. be.
purpose She the widow of the RolUir.
Suet..** tomb Pfcotft. OwHsi. v....... Ut. mntirraiu*. U .11.!!. 6t' Chamber of Commerce exhibitis bale. though the average price I II i:I creator was of the World Fain at San ":ponuond. ** U. ..
&.I1r... ..t Dai ,.,. 4 ..... sad kvM rrhrd the (n ........ ....... making Key West their destination $% a bale. I Paris Expositions star attraction Armed S4rrsitti
......... .. I. d.hmy.I M U ,' for short cruises from the Citis throughout the country I I He was twice commanded to I I J.t.ay., lit* ....... ___
r..... U. K. ga.mr. t USW Miami area, and as an ideal van reported that prices of some ; Buckingham Palace to dine with of LduDaa8 abet 1M _
r....l. thpl.e. M .... ...... Article' lavish cation spot for yachtmen who 'I| foodstuffs weie lower by a few }I i the king and queen alter the Ut-on to Dry ... :
ff... ..... x" spend the winter in. Florida. | cents. I, French Fair. ,,01 owe ..ape..das lee -e
........ (Pill b4e. In Praise Of n+ a Photo murals showing scenes Commodity analysts saM Many Key Westers will recall a ..t..... _Itli:> ..<. Iqr CHIM iMrt C P Mac of the island will decorate the ; prices probably will "Creation- from the "Book of Jetfere.a sM d tr.iw __
... .. .. ... go down slowly tha'j I !'
M. fee Asl .ailNr booth, a navigational chart and Genesis, erected at the St Louis bk.War
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w/M 4 e.MM Islam! City' general Key West literature will Fair at the cost of $3 million. The roads el Was tai..... .
Jwue1. M Whit.I be. available for ditribution. Mrs\ P. D. Wells late Thoma. Fortune Ryan WM sided ......... Me Ispeech.
.. AatMw tti t17er ...... J. nl|* Slwtt. U WtortMCMM *- Mrs. Florette "Albury. formerly ;. i Roltair's financier and partnerin ........... .... tilt etlllt.me .
1...,. ...M ..... 1...... be net, .. .|.M h*. vntteil Key of Key! West will assist in..answering' I I 'The World created before the. be.eltl III ... ...... j
Jae A. P...... a..t ...... M W.4 .... wbn. MihKribra for isle WlrephvtwJ questions relative to this Died} This A.M. I your eyes.." lLw.wltodp
Key Wrt ............ Was.. will TW Cnt4m." .... .*.*! th. nub.l 'I I Mrs. RoIUiir came to Key Westto ....,. fear., III -... I
b. .......... .a..l..f 'Vr...Uiiel. lf rluMA- ....., Key West MRS. FORREST SCHWAB of New York City gives her baby city.Local firms who have contributed Mrs. Persia Davis Well.*. 61. I establish her home, and loved ca f4a.nd a ..... eM.
.. $lW. .... ...... ...... H..... IIMII he CtorMMMtl Enquirer. Rita Ana a drink of water at the BunnelL Fla airport after the toward making the exhibit possible ; wife of the Rev. G. Leon Wells the Island City. She made many ,...... key ..... ...4 =
Ms. ...... P..b1a..r, ... 11ft TK. ...ry, mart than. a rolumiiUIM EAL Constellation on which they were passengers mad an are Gulf Oil Corp_ the Standard pastor of First Methodist: Church I friends here and several conferences but whn4.. ws v ip I 11Uw
G ..... ..... ... ........ I1.d.t, ..... hM thrwroluninModrtmUMl .merytpcy landing. The plane's steward was killed when a Oil Co. the Key Wed Yacht died at 12:30: a.m. this rrvTnincjn I were held toward establishing war'
.re-.rd M ilia. Ct..M .......... Key Wait flying bit of propeller entered the fuselage after right inboard Club. Thompson Enterprises. a local hospital; after a week's I ; a permanent creation in Flor A .stored' ...... 4 title 41et
..... .... -... T.... TOIl H..... A* 8 Mithem agin* was damaged Plane was first reported lost at sea Saturday Porter Dock Co. the Key:; Went Jlln ss. ida.Rev. was wiewiJtl .. C.l/ A Pr-i
An. tfce aaveMwtol .**.. by %'..tla. liter ftobrru Say** afternoon.13lh Boat Yard and the A & B Fish i: Funeral services will be held I Father Jutui-on. Sw J_ ....-.M- 1d ... baigwLetrrnana ..
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V. irf.tee1 rttt t. .>.*. far a I*Artl.. Uw Eattuirrr: traveling statewide' marine conference: Church on' Monday with the funeral arrangements la mew I.ew ...l'f ..." _
HMrt.Mr. CM* H.i A.. Uw*... 4ar .... b UvMh .to his praise i under the spor>3on>hip of the i Rev. Mr. Wells in charge. Burial f 'rtldIJRnk ewI .......
....... -.. ..*,.-; Y..ac. ,MKyWed. t Unlucky I Veterans' Florida State Chamber of Com will be at Mount Cloud, Fla. :ettifir.tw wee". 1tee.. w t!
ell r.....a Wan. r-.. if t 1" Ae.s .. TN flr l p.rhr.9l ready: It merce's Marine Committee i is !I! Lopez Funeral Home u in ter.Reed 101........ ...... '"... ..... ..
.. ..... .... I \ ) for Miami Wednesday Infant ,
y. d t. .. watt fTh* EiMMirer: Travel I Editor For Fish Lucky 'Allowance scheduled on charge of arrangmen's- Wednesday e.e
I'.... .l.. .... AM.a.y d Ib: -Kr W..t ru r.b. I 10fSiwcUtt I while the Boat Show will I Mrs. Wells was bUln February weekly!' PMt+M J F....
AtUtwrfci P....Vsv I'*.*. ... Mthw Florid .b rich in deb ; i : still be in progress.Temperatures. I.27, 1887. at Barnard. VI. She I I WrifcrrUtM. 1va. .assn. Nat lMaa
.,.. ri.t ...... .<.... rlMM .pa*.. but hiale For FishermenBf : Increased, was educated in the public I I Died This A..1 1.I 1. MicH.. ,.... ....... Ilslr'n.
Nose Ustrd will ........ sIretr'ir Uw km*. t...p kt ...... toe u. Maid ._.. MMto whk* Ktends 110 BOB POLLOCK (By Tkv A..rta/i-' : .. graduated from Montpelier, VL. Edward WJliam Reed Infant Awl L.bdt"fsa
..N .. taN by the ..... i.add ..4r Irvm the walalaad to Key "Friday? the 'I'hlt1eenth-lucky WASHINGTON. Feb. 14. ; Seminary. I!son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reed !j*>r W. It CIItM
... K.y MM ,--.. ... IIS. ....... Wed ..... lap honors. The day ,fur the 'fish but for President Truman today signed e 7:30 A.M.. ZXS.T.Station I On July 31. 1906. the R ... -lit .. =;.....1 h ..... K.y.. wHK ...m .( .... Atlantic unlucky bill that will give 2.000.000 veterans I I Mrs. Wells were married ai South ing in the Key Welt Municipal: 1." Y P. ....... .
IJ.yd IoooM..s4 M 1M tl.4 .tit and lb (JWI ........< their op- the fUhrnuanl" was the Renclraltonunent increases in fiilowiuices:,, L/.n-/ ..*. Ravalton. VU They have two Hospital. J. Ake Hogg. ....... Na
.'............. M Ike Hlt.M ...a.il.r. ,. ...ettr .,..,. bold Unot4 .vtry. today. at,Ute. Standard, tier the GI BUI ol" tights. U waestiniated' t -. ...37811hng5 children., V. Danforth Miami Besides Ihe'pdrrnU. h* leave'), Neardai. KaM..i ..... se
..tr .>d later.tM.sl .vi b.b IhiM IM wtotvr. rtertor ewuid W derkv; 'wberef the""charternuaU (Hhat- 'then iLWua' le. ,._:;;..:::-_ __-. "... ,"'._ ._ 20; and Mrs. Charles Ketchiun' of -thR-grandperenls f ". 1 h. M,4 Mv*, .....lla.trat ." ,
......t .it ttiipi. J,. twqp ...." are berthed. | sum will amount to.$173 million __ 34., Key West,'and a brother and sis- Edward S. Reed and Mrt and -.
b .. ... 1Cty .tt4 Chd N TIN ....tud..g p.r.Iit.ph. I.Idk. b lIown' r. Mrs:: Rae Bergeron, |annually. Birmingham Boston _.__-_-____ on"_ 53;: ter living in Vl'rmonLServiccsTodav Mr*. William F. Sclieuier.
'The to .n : Criminal (Carl
.. sum given a vet rar u. .. I
lii .s i | Funeral arrangements in ch ig"!!' I I1'erm
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rf In Home Buffalo :0
South street. Oak
Ky W.., .t..U U a nuns In- without dependents is raised from i of Pritchard Funeral liaisewill
3 N..1.r1H IttCwtnf. .t.4.... IU I streets and fark. Illinois, was quite >thrilled'$65: to $7.jit:;t.> a veteran with tine Charleston .. __ -. 62 For be later.Grand .
*....*.. cwrrytox the .........>her. with her catch of a CrevaUeJwrk. .depen ehl. $90 to $95;;, and to t Detroit ._._-:.. 28 (Ci:IJHrltttlml j
.4 Cwb.. tat Uned with a for wrighing 11 pounds aiVlme .veteran with two or mure dep'n: El: Paso ...___. .. _. 24Fl. I II : ;;roJ ..
*r treti and -using :3i inches in length' anu3IS ,'C dents !rx+ T"Q $120. W.th"j. -i* 32 McFarland\! Infan! 1 In A &iMn .iT--... '*.1-.t :
Jury ..
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Ilwatta ,IU. icMmturr ,U dl.h.iiroe .- in firth. Mrs. IJerRestn was'ishinz .'". ..., CalveJton. 4 t -3 ---- .
it facksnnvWe. "' ; 1i4hansiuC1' I' Funeral:: -ervices for Paul I.W fall Ml ... ...... a I
oU'the Raider tinder'tha ;:
N.r ...... .id uau.u..L IU people sea .
ohrtll hd .. ... of "Warlcis Park ..' J.1 Hy McFarland. infant -; >Lum.j I Session lie ..... -.. ... M..
kit M. .... C....... at.f/etru.. tee. ... ... and .. ndl' guidance CapL Lefty ., -- Today/ .
Uafaln."usiii Calcutta rod WESTs.. 76 Mr. and Mrs.Leebert ; m..... 6..d r' 1. P.. '
.... )(aids Ik.ie ... eNMN1 ,..... MU. T a r moat & a I
wtard .were,. rqiuppro' with 18 thread linen. Dies Key Weal Airport"'L-- 75 who died Monday in lt.4reat..4 wIi ........, ..-.
.......(M K' .. ...... .*. M., .... line on a 4 10 Pflueger reeL t i In Chicago: Los Aiweles!: _u .___ .L-------- :3 JJ': 'I will be held at 6 o'clre It thisevening i Monroe C""un'.v itrand ;jai, ,.. .1'..
1M. rat .i. When informed that Mrs. Ber- ... ., 2-3: in the Chapel of 'Piitclird 1 went into session thu .r.If'UIeC !tv Die ...ad ilia- III 1 teiseue J
Louisville ,
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N. t.i. ... h. .... ...fa, Gill s...,. .:' Chains Park 40.' died Thursday Funeral Home. R"v. 4meMfrConnell. har teotiimmy and irrcei\e!' 9vHence .
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would receive '
a Miami Ct4ll' .sw rn
Tht% t... tan t'1iA ........ for Marcia Otefelcvd / "i". .. ekua in Chicago. of St. Paul's t'hurch. in charges plcvfag .fI'I... Ib .
(row the Island City Fishing 27:; : rap- J..d4e .
lit.. .......**.* a kirk .*. Ir.m -. .4 cothvluic" null M7W Tournament for her fish' other* Funeral services will be held Ne'v Memphis Orleans- --__ 33:: will officiate. Burial' will be in iiiot two l local inert ,.he, mllenedly u..nl....... .. jilin .-II ........ f
.ate s ti.e Wwl N. teetld nembers of the Wednesday afternoon at 4:3f'clock : i .' the family plot in City Cenietciy. attacked a woman in 'tier
hit lh. U rrti ttC UMM. u anItuard party comprised New York 471 i (watt
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tM P. ....... .t rent. Key Weil Girt of Mr. Bercvaon. Mr. A. M. Hottenstein in the chapel of Uie Lojez 67 Grinnell street: home 1iCV ..1.1w'"t'k
....... ,... ....... NorWk --
N. lift. hS '
Ftuicral llt The body
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..... ... ;lk..ti over lu the fund and A. K.: Mo! >heim. wertotnewliat Oklahoma City ?- .-_..- 27 : IfEClfUITING ff : ::; et:" NMri Par.. Peal.
+ f ew 'vill arrive in West Min
... t2P3U chagrined, that the, Pen ,cola 4/ TO BK; HERE FED: '.'..21I 1
ft*. A.4r.. T It N .... tit >< -- i ...r.. -: -....e..as. AT THC
I 'If ...., *....nL IU 'A.> iad not entered. one of their Jay.Rev. Roanoke -. &> ,
b. till. t.r.r.+R'Vr...,.. James H. MacConnelL oSt -- -
'I The U. S. Army and IT S.
IHte4 by the (it'U at a p." '''ly. rate lies.The Louis ,. 22
I..4w n .4 ... AlUMirKf f1Mt. tournament rcpresenU ; Paul's: Chuirh. will officiate St. -;r- ( Forces recruiting service an MASONIC NOTICES EL COCHINITOKey
..eu tlyd w Wi.4.h..rd l Ik. I' '--. .1 ..... .....- -,*--.. >. '- Burial will be in the family plot San Antonio ._ 3J S0Tampa i flounced today that Technical l .1 anP9unc ffiit ..! Anchor I
........ ..SrrDirnrcr* that a nice catch ol Cobio fish in City Cemetery. Tallahassee' n .d.- 6t : Ser geant Durrell H. Jo n.on and Lodge No. 112. F. k A.M.. West's NewtM .Jw. lp-4
divwre wet NitS maue oil Ute .-tae ..e..t, uu Survivors include the widow 51 Sergeant James P. Rozar of the Monday evening. February ltn, I
s. u<< ) hit IKMU twkifif her Capl. Johnny West by Mr Mrs. Estelle Park; two daughters Washington : Miami recruiting station will b? at 7:30 o'clock. ON UJ. MIGIIWAYi I
IHJWM |...4 fe.lerday to the noise" olCtrrafl Mise Camille and Penny Park available at the Key Wet post |I .t 1M OftaA Be..I. A..a7abak. tsar
Forbes olDanbury.
C. Saw and Mr\i. Daniel G. --- Conferring F.C. I
ttetk ROM .
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e ( Connecticut, and New three sisters.: Mrs. Mae Park 1 p -1 "* I office building from February 11 Alt member and Sojo..ninvited DANCE J l
t!Il fl<< Clff C'rlr: rf h rain. I.IN Nay York City.A Haocrl d.. Mrs. Marjorie Rob'erts'it llo 21. to be
) present
..... J J. Nqu enby Times
.M .ep.1 similar catch:: was made by d 'Mrs.:Camille Mallard. Hard The office( will be open front orders : TONIGHT
,....... r K.NF wt a r.... I&uI..e C. nummer against Mr. W. Rus:ell of Ft Laud'rdale.nOi Mr.: Park' was 'a member' the! i 8 a. m. to :& p. in. daily' to an.werI By AUSTIN ROBERTS.
...... ski' r tw MA w1..e. II.... lleN. r. ida. off the Barracuda under Chicago Elks Lodge -and KE' I I all questions pertaininc to en I Mesas *. 'I si All
.... .... .. .. ...... kwtH ... .., No. ""wiU hold l
$ Capt. Frank Wickers. West Lodge:/ 551 +:i liMm-nl' m the Regular Ai my and i GERALD ADAMS. W.M. OPEN 14 HOVM A "'f '
tkPN. .. ....... k* ..... ak The fishing tournament com- services at the graveKdeI :. DANCEh !' Air Force. i I I Secretary. i I II I Tie. N.... ... Y.- 'I!
to l ***** .* .......thw. Itp1. PALACE THEATER mIter is iww fonsidcrui. the ------I iI I f;
..._. P1._ nit ipfedh addition ol ,-.e Cobi' to the list 1'1 1
.w .. .k* fldseyM vaIn E&M8ffD a."tcN.ad ..f I lull eligible for entry in the i L I
1.&.. *..*.! Il..a4t..l .k.... ELLA MAIME9 .. $1949 Inland City Fishing Tourna CHARITYBALL f (STOCK ISLAND:' ) I MuM-alel, Port. Sherry i I ITo
......, II.tIt...... .a. IepaNrl wn...: .'.:R" iiirnt and Saulern NOTICE
tw..1.. P.111 afl tMl tat.ad I TONIGHT
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-- -- 9:00 o'Clock Til "?" !I WINE
THE LITTLE TRAVELER (Sponsored by Key West sponsored by Voitur Locale 72 S 55C1 All Hotels Motels. Tourist I

Gilts From Around WorldU I I tunicipal Hospital Auxiliary -40 and 8 FULL 5TH

,IIi GFIIt. ""a l" ShitttJes AJ4. to I P.M. to 9 P.M. Friday, Feb. 20, MUSIC f: Courts and Lodging Houses

...... ...... ..... .. -at- 111 Flaming Street I by i I II
..... ..-.. ptlt ....'. % KUt1IJJMHtJI: YAHllTELCFMOKE Otrrra Hotel-, Room 21 2C : at 9:00)() o'Clock THE THREE SHARPS i! WEAVER'SSTOCK The loiKia :Stop Dots Cou.v..ir.e..1 i..s j

$.Ly .... Fvet.itt' i'.ti "' I AMERICANLEGION: ADMISSION $1.00 I ISLAND I held m Key Weal Aped' 24. 2S, K. anei. if
........ 1- .... .. .- -4 :C----- Per Couple. Tax Included I You cue requested to IRIImSA..I.tr f"
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..............-...-................. '5 ROAD SERVICE ,_. HALL. ; i tact the office of the un-JetMf. seppli.ey I
information .
.1' PHONe for Our WRECKER' STOCK'"ISLAND oa to the nimbus el i iuniU .... ..
SOI you will hay. avtutabie at dn1 'Mae

BAHAMA BAR s i DAY NIGHT Phone Phonel053WSANDY'S Key Tickets: West Woman's On Sale of Club DANCING NIGHTLY All r''!'; .Yabooa or. bftDct ..... thaay

through Convention' I IteodgiueNN. aid _.

Ml NEW SHOW i GARAGE: AUMISSION. SI.50 in the Beautiful icseivabons ate beinq xse.d ........ ei.poal. .
Net to La Concha lintel (Tax Includod) : _> which: will aMuie V0 M.ejl .. .esir
4 -4 4 ,..:'u. .T._ vations made at' your bo >hy well*! ...

44 Ca..ed.ia yiatoeaton ... CeeaeditaneMaHrir71)nPrcz 'beLaCONCIIA Inaamiicb ON aome 1/300 lk n.. eta.. "-
4 VAUDEVILLE visit Key West durmq thus penad M N .....

11.111I'IIJJf t : ) :I : HOTELMusic wry we have all avatVubie o.etet..ielliarts
at our drspoaat
IoM iarue ..... .... .. .unole: 4 STAGE SHOW
.... HM TbeiTh.. M... d X-r West : For tiny fuitlm wlw...... s-.p.
to by the Dk Convention patoee ....... to .....

IfHK $fl'1's "I.ET 'rat: U\'Et. 4 i Monroe Theatre THE FLO STEAD TRIO of the undersigned.

..Iw/ tie Wet'**** c... H UM LIVWO DCt ARTM MT.tv Your cooperation will be ......it tqr
N w teaulaurt *Wft. >IK CVMYBOOT Mtrr:' I EVERY MGIIT wecialed.
.54 nH"aee" una NOVELTY NUMBERS 1 I. D. MLANBR ti, Q1eo. -

A4fRissiefi i I 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY-7:30 and 9:30 . Cmr .> ko : ADMISSION FREE NO COVER La CeoctMS HotL

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TO THOSE WHO MAY FIGHT -- .,atr_wat ni.'ettttabt.dee Do You Know That I .-mnmJtlmDr\iQl-rnD1lDIlDT.ummDIlIIIoo\ : : 1. -----i: kROH0-YtT2x

ilfe 3Kr y Vest Citizen i -
Programs 'Americanism Week
:& In Detroit,. policewomen .are t
i.W Ml: =tt. Amid the talk about the possibility of

.. i.l 1y..e. ....... Statesand ..-.......--.-,.4.a.. taught jujitsu. 't tcl 1
Awe 't 1sTLitl. .. conflict between the United .
4Da..f Seer.... uN ... adults West should not ,I 'Some 12 million tong-of-black, ProgramSponsored
Russia the of Key '

1Vr D ..:.:-.:_-LIS.N Is.xq,. West tu4I overlook the"interests of a group of young tral Tlm NETWORK BUntfard.b.ut.ri abtr..t.n..8ta.PROGRAMS.......*Fr*..<..tut.. i are coal mined chiefly annually in New South in Australia.Wales J by the Key West

.. .... ta.tteM who despite their youth understand mountain atandartf subtract tvhMira. --0.-. : F Junior Chamber of Commerce
.... M K.p ... Druid.. h w S men ; Some local station* c..K.n,. I I : I
that will have the battle -
___ .. ..a .senATCD Pai.1JiwrtNa they La.* mfaut prograM oftanooot |traffic film produced directly for, Atmlhrr, KntiontJIfKnot "
n. ) O .u..lr. etMlt.d I .. included ** TOMORROW-Churches in Key|
,.. ... IwMw....Sew at ..ttt. $... ......,c.. conflict begins.So 1 television. f t *** MukfEXCLUSIVELY
M ... a. .... ........ I. tbl&e &..r. act it is impossiblefor West have been asked to make With. O.
__ 1M....1 -.. gtttblla..d .... far as we can,see. SATURDAY. FEIRUAXY 14 their Sermon on the theme of I I
; ..WM'1UPfMII IL&Taa anybody in this country to predict the &.....' Americanism. I I

..... ,... -------- ,1.N: course of events insofar as war with Russia IOO-Su.mary ef News-nbc MONDAY-Movies shown in;;
loath i t ::1.11CE 1ofDKIL: F.errrn.C"
, Newscast Every Day-ct s i Key West High School: Title-"I ;
I"t able to \ 111-t 'T.iT/Ta: -
o i. concerned because nobody Network Music Tlnabo I : .HEREBY GIVEN that Am an Amencan."Yellow j
Date Half Hour-mbs !
; .. erL1I ..21aVMeTHfa lead the minds of the men who 'rule th3 :15-Rellc\o.\ and'News-nb /: .li. wad.t.lnlld d.siringt.a.gageIs 'Stone National Park. Essays i
|MM>|-IR Bltdrr the "fletitloes
t414T1eeMel. Kremlin. Obviously complete control of In Sly Uplaiwcb130NBC I name .f 'Key %bwt Self Service I will be turned over to Capt. Aden'
LNO. IS Apptk.ll.f .. Symphony-Bbc LaaRdry.-. irbsMS a5. White- for. final judging. Nrw
which exercises .Red Barber bporta- cbs bead Street, Key W. C Floria. ta- I
the Russian government Isadore Weintraub.
Harry Wismer Feb, 17 -
rI:t14L "nlra sports-atw !tends le register nM ; .Sam.wills Shipment$
: + .' autocratic control over the Russian people Dane Music-tabs-basic the Clerk of .the. CWreU& Court Jaycee will speak to PTA at 8:00: i iPo cl the Famous
e"&a any wat..rr> :* :':". :t'-w 1:4S-\.ws and ""Commentary of Monroe Coo..,,. Ptvrhia.Frbruarr In..at High School auditorium. '
.. gives to this small the power to determine Jack BeaU Comment-a be7O mated .' 1545.
1aa*+d e.. M ... 11 eels tLw-! group Convent J McMulIen
ir__ ..r ts.etap.r..l tor .f12ll\2! ? -Hawk Larabee-prama- bs 0. F. P Pease Movies to be shown at
whether to use war as an insru- ')(oder. Music Mueeans-ahe Sew Ow...
*N ** 4.4$14 are of Mary Immaculate.
S :: : |i
r ....... -...". n. MBB n4 .>- ment of policy. '7:30-Curtain time Drama-aba Feb. 18-Robert Dopp, Jaycee. Cottons
.q..M I.4..... 1.1 N .$. W 1.Wh .-rAIL -.S decision of the Abe Burrows Sons!!:-cbs Iv THR CUI'STY JI MiRM COI will speak to Business and Pro-i
slender -
It i is the 1
upon Challenge of Yukona.be.w.
L IAD R \m1:1' tTs.FLORIDA. feasional Woman's Club at 8:00:
I Communist leaders of Russia that '..thewace 1:4S-H. Broadcast-mbs m. : 4'"tf' I,157EASTER
Carmichael Song-cbs IY raonvr: !IPo i
WEST of the world depends. Judging from Twin News Comment-nibs In R*. Estate .fDANLKU Feb. -Jeff Knight will speak .
IM II! rra ron xcrBY .: O-The Life of Riley-Bbe LtWs(1.N% to Boy Scout at 8:00: p. m. at 1{

.1 AaYeCAnD > THC CTfZENi the history of that unfortunate country RUM Suspense Ltolaa.Mystery etectlye-abc Hr.-cbs .P' FiLl'2teceas.d50114.H FI''L. at- I I Episcopal Parish HalL ,

one would be rather foolish! to believe Twenty Questions Quiz-mhs I PUNT .tiH APSLl4'.1Tl0\' Feb. 19-Jack: Delaney will i DRESSESin

I '4t L.... .I..:;:.4 App that war has! been definitely abandoned as (.30-Famous Truth or Jury COlIs4CIuence.bo Trials-abc TO ALl. WHOM PAR WQ'H.t IT ;MAT CWWKUX; :' : I speak at Lion s Club at 6.30 p. In.I' Solids and PrwNw "
P.siIlq.L Keeping Up With Kki. 4'b. II NoiM-v.. ur.I..n M all persons Feb. 19-Movies to be shown in j
1 ...tb. tad Battita an instrument of national policy. Con- t.-00-Hit Parade. SiD\tra-n1 that I. >>Its. >Marjort A well I Douglass School -
A'tI-1A14 M| 8*.. Joan Davis Comedy Lop.*..tbe .iMl.r>.l.ft..t Executrix ..f i Pole ; Halt 8i... in
and ftjuently, one would be foolish in our Gang .teraeOrama_l>* I the Estate: of Daniel Lawson deceased : Feb. %1A Flag on Every
to V'a .JlMht.1 Cuuaty Stop Me. Gag bow-m. hair flied with the Honorable 1 Day. All merchants and citizensare : i Martha Mann in*
opinion to assume that there does not exist Raymond RLor<*. Cnualy Judgeof
530-Judy Canova
Show .
eal4fat. -nbc their
j flagson
a.r ( )(otuCellnt,. Florida, my asked to display and Other Mallet of a
L OM4ty A1twtael I the danger of warfare with Soviet Russia. Murder Vaughn and Monroe Alatoae Show-c-cba-abc' report as said K-\rr.trlx and. uI'1 this Special Day. The winners i j -
: Same of bong Qulz-mb. also marie. and filed with Mid DRESSESfor .111
I will be
This being the case it seems to us that '10OO-Ka Kyuer CoII."bo application for my discharge at! waMKseeuirlx I Ii of the Essay Contest an- # 114
..-- i : further that *n )*m lajr. nounced. I I
nation should be Saturday renadbs All OcciwioMMEVS
the young men of our t Prof Quiz in Quiz-abc larch li.: "4*. or an so.n thereafter -} Feb. 22-George Washington's1 /
..Caicaso: .Theater-mha 85! 1 ran be heard. I will apply' :
IIONOCRAI'IIcr. thoroughly acquainted with the history of I to the said County J an? Birthday. Americanism Rally at .
10.30-Tbo Grand OI .Jf'lJilr I
Opry nbc-
heir country since 1917. Certainly they I. Dance Band Tlm.bs pre.al of same and discharge Bayview Park at which time the j
a* Executrix of the Estatpof
....Iiy. Kslrketbaker\ Rutgers Debateabc111:04Sews aniel I awwtn. should be told of the mistakes made by the .. .
ft Variety hrt.
2 -nbo : at Keyre! t, Florida. thislath to first second and third and ,
t 1KIyr: \ti'eet. f,...rWa.Iwar victorious Allies after the first World War. INews. .and Tarhrty.Dance Dance Hour-S abc Ida-cbi I I day)&r..r Marjorie February.Atwell 1141 Lopes ,) I the prizes will be awarded. IdF 4rMrCrrytor

1'1l.....Ity. t1'kaska uhfii down the Bolshevik Dance & )I. Vo'AneJ--mbs rA" KteenlrlX: ef th* Balat:: .f t Wilnllu Itnea. ,. /IrI/1Mrf
they attempted put "': -:oi .i" \panclngf B.V* t :. t t41 Lawson derea...... tf I Subscribe to The Citizen. i
f. the. "I-I....,." We are ape Revolution.At "Z: D-Jptlnjo.Unu: kt' J ..Jllj t5iear.g ll4g.1V Sweat Sk ItI. Be.clk StkUU. 0.*eay '1pi1.

oft'h.' l I Ii Long.Sl..v. Sot saw,. MM! t
..f praiv'
Irtlathe It' 'ou along the same time they should under. THE CIHCHT rntRT "P TMK
F.I.K R\TH Jiuiri riRttrr anl Short SI... Slwtt qr avid f
'' !
irtaad. '11". nWrr. the' -nu"in ant thewy stand the significance of the recent revelation NETWORK PROGRAMS i, OF THE 9TTK OF FMIHIHVltAl Political !i -- fA4w 1.1.11
and Tim.I U spun standard.FO'cen.tral > FOR HOSHOK ('( \TT.:
.r. M tiff sail| *o near made by the State Department in standard subtract one hour,tor j i' I\*(-UV(>;.H. LIGHTWEIGHTSI'1)Itl'
'._ ....
..,.,. ,Ik-. Mvtnf. l! .wm. or dark.U connection with captured German documents hours.mountain Some standard local stations subtract change two. ;,. MELTON:: EVANS(: 11-502 II Announcements i ) J 1CKI: :r

:I).d ..tl*. rU" an41'fall' ( a* they IhIt and be given a thorough understanding ; hour Lot of minute relay program to fit local change Kh.""Fan,.... v. Plaintiff.l lWHtRfFARTHEXIX Corduroy Le.*r. c:.... -

"W ski .....,.. wt often told.alietl.il .. not bo Included. i. EVANS SPECIAL CITY ELECTION .
?.. |. .. of the course that Soviet Russia has ibfendant.ORDER NUNN BUSH *MI I-REEMAN. .It! or I

I with. ,for murmur bl the moanits iurued in connection with the countriesof SUNDAY, FEIRUARY 1 S i!! TO- : OF rt"HLII'.tTlu\ FEBRUARY 28. 1948

"- t I'artbenia Evans SHOES J
tfa. Eastern: Europe. t .ft.,.... f general I>eliverT.Jarkwn. i 1..111 .-..s

f Tilt OUACLF. There w something more import, nt "1tJO-Amerlca: United, Forum-nbo Tou are! .hereby JIHsKylppl.required to appear For City Commissioner for MEM ...... ee.1 ...... .BAIs
Doorway to Life- --
i for our young men to understand It i is the bam Fettingill TalkabeWm. dh..r..... in the above entitled cause -
Sbirer Comment-mbs on the Seth day of March. 194H." New Dretty LADler ... Ai._ ........
J' A rcw SCCONDSw clash! that has arisen between two entirelydifferent 1:1S-:News: l'ommentary-abe otherwise the allegations. therein j For City Commissioner ..a Mehl .2.+222
i .1 > 1 SHOES :
Singi C'rl.-.IIs-ba
g: confessed.
will be taken a*
conceptions of civilization the WILL E. P. ROBERTS ..r 4t.t.
one *
1 0 -Chicago Round table-ntu t Thin! order to be published once a
Tell ItAij!: 'n. Dram a-cbs ,i, meek. for four consecutive weeks IIIh..Key >> in Cie'n. Hed old O U
W kea .4 H,--wt reek or only4ay yen-, believing in the fundamental freedom of National'Vespers-ab!a t '. Went.. Citizen, a newspaper I RnwJe Wttar
Balladrmb.I .. .
,- Atan.lxHqax. puhU"h 4 ii -KeyVext.: Florida. v
: L fit' about the *i ink.t. : and the other believing in the 2:00-Robert; Merrill Concert; \o Dane and Ordered this Cth day ofFebruary. COUPLETCIMIYS c.... .. .. 1..
that Ik. 4 new
regimented state. In Russia, there is no respect f CBS Week Is Ar Tb.re-c-be and World-abc: SEAL) A. I>.- 1549.R.ntnC! Sawyer. Political'Announcements IlKI'AKTMKVrCHAS. : : ... ... ,......

ft* *f the. United Mate ISaUI""hlp) Main for the freedoms which Western ,r* Alr-it>rco abpsr-mbl| 'I" ; Clerk. "ClrrUJt C..i.r .. -

I ilea. received' I a. tkla country In the \Vet eyes, make life worth I living and give to to 2:30-.Jamel News- Comtueatary-eb.Melton Concert-nbo Monroe/Kathleen County Pottage' Florida.By ... ., .. .
Iepaty Clerk
Mr. FresMent- Ira Uftlea. .Cfk: In Key Writ the individual an opportunity for accomplishment 1 : .ew-X.ftr.I: !'nelwba* = ,.PAUL' E. SA.WTER.Plaintiff. t'tetttrr'fnr DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. .

e | .hail. r.l been U Key. Wed at the time unequaled elsewhere on the 3-00.45---Music To Be Parade.Ann.unced-cbs l."vrnment-nbo ..1.U.1.U.U"." .I .. MAY 4. 1348 I Ii .
i [Key w... uP1l'M J H'I
w.i.IJ regret.' 1.ly a few seconds for globe. The right of trial by jury the rightto t e'l"ork u. P Philharmonic' : -...a-abc'-ibs" T'VHR rtnCVrr COLRT OP THRji i I
v1' >eaterclmbM:o: Ii1.pvM\1FH' V"-I"'"> *"IH<"i i-r ,
t.fIIIII k trvlev. .lwt happened .)err whent vote in afree election the right of free S1t- nemqponjxs: t! .""\.j )t GFr.."'el/J\...T.aT N ';,::;F.FI.OHIDI.C'OlTV? Fig ELWIN'G.State Comptroller FRASER '

t .w. lJifMlp'atMfut the blowing speech of freedom of the press and of ':3O-Qn. Man Family-nbSunday 9 IS ,'H"\( KM*'. I II'

sj1i1 tae' )XaJ.. !I. Ihwe" few ecomU.. your.sd14buU.ea11 worship are all under the taboo of the ."'. sJve Serenade-abc"iltJmJulx Kelly-rbc' FRANKPrluHSYj"' .*11-Je1. :* .11 iI .I', .. For State Legislature I I TONIGHT

i t t being a member" of the milling Communist leaders. : -"'anao.Kids.'. oundotr-abc Joe I I vn. Plaintiff.UltOHCK MILTON A. PARROTT i|I
I House of M>stery-mbi4JO .
v 1111k.. tkinity' .f ,the Wertrrn Union Our young people should also be ad- -Muslcana of Chicago nbo | faULT fUBT. TVfrndant.OHUKR (Mickey) I I

I I p. *t the. ..... place where it; tand used' of the necessity of defending their Opera Eileen:: Auditions Farrell Concert-elan- bc t : Emily Dulihyr-OP: PIBLM'TIONTo. .' _'_ :- 1 I II

i-b L.! .. to 'learn more about the des.a civilization. They should understand the !5-00-Detective Tn* Sunday).J1'steries-mbs Theater-rboJanetto x22 New East York.24th Sew SI York., '-' '-- -For-State LegUlature :' :3OTHE :

I. tithe .1 C.wa. gam's .hlp"- difference between spiritual humility and Treasury Davis Agent.ions abe;-tbs l You to are the hereby I'.ill for required Divorce to filed appear I TOM O. WATKINS :
I -
Y*. .UI! recall MRI in thoe few neel physical cowardice. They must be told of The Shadow Drama_mos against jou in the above *.tiledcauxet Sheriff I _
; !8:15-The 'Two Phils. Music-\ .' on or reform tb day o( ; For
_l 41, that, C'eL.aa l patriot, many of whom the rich heritage left to them by their forebears !5.30: -Phil Spitalny Ciris-c.-hs t 1 rMarcB: n"-Fntion* A." l contained>. 1545 otherwise therein will the : JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD I II

j tunl I Mrftf.M haven in Key Wei4 from Gen and understand that it is their bur Counter Quick: as Spy a Fla Drama h-mbsEvening aba l>* taken>NB as AND crantedrx RnKRRT_ at KevVe I! ': THE I I UK I(;
For Circuit
Clerk of Court
i oral Veykr,, brutality were filled with aa den in part to uphold the torch of liberty ruanD.\ "t. nori.la.. ),.thin"?. Cth day of F.l>-

**{>. that it would not 'be long .be.tor. and freedom whenever is is assailed by 00-Rise Catholic btetens Radio Time ervlc-nbc-*..bsDrew (Cirrnit Court I i FRANK BENTLEY
Seal!) Ross C sawyerClerk
"fair.? LiLt l ?** would l IN reality. P arsn Comment-xbc ..f Circuit Court
a tyrant and aggressor Those \\ebiters ikit-mba For County Tax Assessor
Bv: Kathleen Nonage
..... f.H that way berau. .. like Key"Wfehfora The nation has gone through two 1:15--News Summary-abe I l>enntr. Clerk. I CLAUDE A. GANDOLFOi RODEO
(.30-Hollywood iTeview-nNc WIM.I\M ALItL'RY..
renetally. the only' outcome of the great wars in the present century. Fortunately Percy Faith Concert'bsOreatCHt Attorney for Plaintifffelk.714212H.1948 I .:
Story Ever:: ToW-abo .
|$ iiftf they moil! vioualiie *.* war IK.. in both instances our*losses in men Nick: Carter. Detective- t i County Commissioner

7.00-Jack Benny Comedy-nbc i IN THE "'01'>T1' JI'IMJKroi RT. j jIN | First District
IWPed the l'.khllt.t.. and I
Spain.T and less than would have bsChild's
women were one The Gene Aulry bhow" I' .%MI" FOR HONHOr 'Ol '\TI"'I, JOE ALLEN
11.. at M. hl.h. pitch in KeyWhi. World Forum-a bu KI.OHIOl. l\ PKOBIT ,I
.. reasonably! expected. It may be too much to Sherlock Holmes-mbs. In re J:;"tai. ofARTfRO : and

fIrer fart.... wee* alfm t emptiedplea expect similar good fortune in the event of 1:30-.hll and and Alice Dogwood-! nb' f"Dlondie fc t LVJ\X.isreseed.vOTIE !, For County Commissioner : (

the .... rrrad. that the Maine had another world conflict. Nevertheless, whatever Gabriel Exploring Heatter the Lnknown:i>how-nttmS -alio' TOLL CPi tiTItRS TO CHF.DITOIIC AND \LT. I I (First District)

heat_ t* tINt S..t.ni ty aerien ia of exflWana i- lies: ahead for the United States one :00-Edgar Bergen Charlee:. 't .PERSONS. :; H.\\I-; .CLAIMS OR I W. CSUGAR( ) SWEETINGFor
Adventurf-4et .
Sam :Spade 4 n..alANtA.U..s..T THJo; ESTATE THRILLSHOWI
.In Havana harbor." We recall, a* can feel confident that the men of this Tile UoIt..n MediatioB:). L uatd-mbs',' I CK1SEI.. OF; ARTl'RO LI'JAN, nt-: CommissionerThird

<*(*tidy a. th r/H It had .been yesterday country will meet the emergency in a manner t JO-Fred Allen Comedy-rt.%., t on. and _c-li-or.you are" herebynotified I County DistrictCLARENCE .
The Man Called \-clMovl and required to presentany ,
l..... an tWerly Cuban nhulflinr about that will reflect credit upon them and Counaentary-r-mite! claims or demand which you. HIGGS i _
':*S-News Iruadcaat-'bs_,_ or either of you may have against ; -
]a traat .f 'theVrrtern Union office, neern- their country. .: --Hve. Minutes :NewsLa: ':., the Estate wf Artuio L.UJHU. deceased I 1 I It I

Ir ...%.r. **f what he wax dnin?. 9.00-Merry-Go-Round-nix. lo.the late Honorable of Monroe RarroooU County. K.Florida Lord, I t For. County CommissionerFifth MATINEE

r 1 +.,..... h cried" Meet Corliss' Archer' skit-cbs County Judg..in and for Monroe District
MuMealy .
out: The synthetic rubber industry cost Walter Wincheil Tim*-abc County, Florida at his olrkin the I
r Meet the at i-arky'a-n bs (Countv Court Ilouse of :Monroe I WILLIAM G. CURRY
WKV| .*fk ... a day like thu $760.000,000 before it was ."sure.. It wasa :15-Hollywood Comment be ("....At;. Florida within! eight. ; calendar -

1..iik at Mf Uurr.r. He .held hb :30-Album of Familiar :Music=abe months. front the date of the TOMORROW3P.M.
trembhsnsti terrific For Commissioner
up gamble but synthetic rubber is Vic bunt Music-cbs first publication hereof Said County ,
.. Theater liuiki Hour abe claims! or demand shall be In Writing -
Fifth District
I '. now regarded as superior to natural) Jim BacLMs Comedy-nibs and contain the place of residence ( )

Ye*, there wa heart-l urging<< excite- I rubber. The manufacturers of synthetic 10-00: -Escape Take It Drama or Leave:Series It--ib nbc. the claimant and p.and.., office shall be.ddrej sworn... of t" HARRY I.. HARRISFor (w..y

4 i* Ket\ Wett 3O year afu tomorrow. rubber are making money."UNPURCHASAI3LE. oices ef tnAgs-D.bs torneyAll l.the. claimant his * Commissioner ,
10: --Horace Heidi Show nbo County
.M thl take such claims or demands nutfiled
n4 time
long to nicl- It
Strike cUa
very Rich. QuU-
within the time and in the (Fifth District)
..tat| feeling. H- H given "hh all thinx SOUL" Commentary them on luniesabeJ.atiaAm :i> reiiud..-lliLs manner v..IJ. prescribed. berrlj .hall be EDNEY PARKER

Me khm they- are am rl. l by tint 10:45-Buddy Weed 'riu-a'lC kited the 23rd: day t-f: January,
11.00-:News: & Variety. 2 hrt.-nlw A.l>. 1347 -- .

IM .half. n century ...... pltifiuUr host. The nation sustained a loss in the News News and Variety bane Dante Band--abcNews. lira -cbs .,* Ado lnistralrie(s.l!) MAIT7 of the MJ\N.Kctate ..f For Supervisor of

!Mh'p M .an .IM revl_ed "by the mind in a ,..(....t death of Josephus Daniels veteran Danco Band :2 hrs-tubs .rturo LUJan d...e.>'edJI Registration --- -- -
12.00-Dancing Continued-abc-wexl: 'Lll'S: F.ST')NE.:: JR.. I
Jt g s..+NNh, Xoith Carolina editor and public official.Mr. -. Att<.rner for Administratrix i JOHN ENGLAND
jan24-31feb7-14.1549: ; i iI. -- -- -----

__ Daniel served as Secretary of theS.'y You Horoscope: i For Justice of Peace Night Performance,
under President Wilson (Second District)
[ and as SATURDAY > : JIUItltL ( IH< IIT
EBRVAft\: .1 ,
t -;; Ambassador to Mexico( under President 1948-.4i<4fttetteciual\ -rrson is \NI' ) >'OH. tlUNItOR (UI X-l't.IN MYRTLAND CATES

)I.... w"4ktr. Wtinr. ".n.'Vht"n' lutSt'wlt.: here injea'teU.yi'ih .i scientific Ii (.'11.%,\'see( t.lll.MILDRRH : '... .1.:11: : : Sunday Evening

W "*r (U4l **| trike( ate I broiiphi; up fur There is reason to mind ea! Jt tdMe-iptrtnient,. an4< N GARRISON. For Justice of Peace
every believe
11th.. .Is the. different with a fluene) 'i3f- xpre.shion:Under ";. Plaintiff (Second District)
UftbiM. The. brat howt'\t'r. that the v* imOHCR I
heart of Mr. Daniels was some \ it -
aspect E
....... the taft-Iiattk. Ijiw i i. that malicious Itetendant
: always in his newspaper, The Raleigh disposition, which ,, I __ 8:30
......... afel. dUputm run !I.<> brought News: and Observer. This. is evident in his should be"curbed to avoid dangefof OHItl-R ROMKRT: OF t:.PI HKRISON.KK.Sll Rl.ll'.tTllrTO i I For Justice of Peace :
1 ,
frenzy, since K.\Ct:: ; UNKNOWN.It .
unrestrained it :
eW atteHtiMi. the I I (Second District
| )
I courla. Thu. will
seems leaving the newspaper to his four might lead to manid.: i III hereby ordered that Ton arerequired
U. .. Ik.... ada" to appear on tae 24th dayf I.I. SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN
". of both industry cons and asking them to regard it, as he February. 1S4H. before the above. (SAM).
4 .UU. r. Therefurr SUNDAY entitled court to the Bill of Complaint 1 I I
it U a forward did FEBRUARY 15. 1948
step. as property but as "having filed against you .n the. -
1 an -Today's aspects: indicate a per : shore entitled cause and the K.. ,
unpurchasable soul." West. Citizen in hereby designated. For Constable
son with skill of execution
(.}:leery aheeial hat anda av i he ne..simper in which this! order ; (First District) I
grottp special| I't'AAo Mr. Daniels, like many fathers hoped certain persistence of purpose "hall he published once a week atL

Li.. I. J...tify tti special, Jem.lndi t or Ipeci. that hit sons would continue to edit, the that will go far to bring success I for ilDesa four consecutive the honorable week. Aqoiliao CARL J. INGRAHAM !I MUNICIPAL L STADIUM

M .............. in life. But with this sometimes L.-....... Jr. ai! one of the, Judges! of For Constable
newspaper upon which he labored so long appears a confused state of mind I this, Court sad the. :Seal; of this I i j
the of Key West.Flori.fa First
Court in City District
and to which which causes a from!
he contributed wandering .
so much. thin 13th: day of January.SEAL
Utwt ad des overlook lilt value of the right road. Good fortune is U4J1. HARRY H. JOHNSONFor I
play Nevertheless
he added: "I realize that no promised ( ,) Ro"! C SawyerClerk. I
Mid aam emmt, in |Ii'*. Fwm working near home or II Circuit Court. KEY WEST
we mast atl one become ;
can Constable
t a good journalist who does in the midst of familiar scenes. Monroe County Florida. I
r .ltrsai4lattt.! it. not love the By: Alice H. al...ado. j'I Second District _
...,.. '" : I 1 Deputy Clerk.
I Subscribe to The Cim.n.I .aaa4-Jlf.b7.14,1945: CHARLES C. PAPY

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C0NCHS DEFEAT Committee To +Dine And Dance! : t i\'EW\'Ci'S* fORI -- -

A.t 'El .C ocltuuto ]I MONROE THEATER
Judge Entries In |. : I l .
Where to dance and' -have a- The.llonroe Theater is prr'-
MIAMI TECHMEN Fish good tune tonight is answered eating a new vaudeville &boW"
Tourney by a eight spot en U.S. HighwayNo. on its stage night alone with
1 at the old road. It is the the showing of the feature pie-
SF ,BOB POLLOCK new El Corhinitor owned and operated ture.: presentaUon'of vaudeville
FRIDAY NIGHT The Icland City Fishing Tour- by Robert (Bob) -Taylor. stage shows will be a regular
namrat Committee met Ir-t nisi
Charles and his orchestra pre feature at the Monroe Theater -
I with representative of the Key sent the music for dancing until on a Hftft-4aY -_ftk basis,
4IN t Wet Charter Boat Assodatioo to:
'rK.\M4 AO 3:00
f' a.ra. effective next Tuesday when a
.I iwJee entries for the first three El Cod ni\o pis'open 21 hours complete change of bill will be
....... ..,*.: KRVcm IIt irJ ClubT week period of the tournament. a day around The 'doi k..' Here offend and again CIQ Thursday
There selections will be
t announced will be.found the .best, W.beverages another new stage show will be
.... .. M1414IL. in this paper on Monday. February offered. -
.. IWd Picnic 1C. | ,
Vaudeville is being presented
The Tournament Commiltee .
II $S2: ; I"' tonight at 70 end }-o o'clock.
1..rk W.4 It.s a......1 At lea Ckka meat reemphasized ia not confined the to deep tourna-sea ,! ppy.T ITerf- The show is made up of the f&T.

i.... ... ...+.s .....i...." lh.l I.I tubing exdusirely. There are: An application lot a marriage levring."talent Samuel- )1dr. ttrict,
,..... .. tt..rt tit IC.y wst Outboard Club will three classifications: license was filed yesterday in the interpretations and emcee; Loire
...... 1rM a pkwre t..A rttvw at San a. .For deep sea fishin?; ofTtce of Counts'Judqe;Raymond Lynn presented as a mphistieatth
I I I p atlrrtrtt + fc f* last cswa filth b. For small boa fUhing; 13. ed singer; Lois and
M**-*#' **.. 4 SI to ftA raw .... rnemb.rs wre sct'Ma4 C'. For bridge fishing with rod R. Lord by James lane W.-Coflms.and Marjorie their line of girtstn figure dance*.
*. fetf tfc. t. Irsbe! "-1 into the rhih. They are and reel; of 3 Fletcher's Music will be by Sam Korn end
of 822 White street. -
...... ...I, t W* Mitff .... tt..ri '. ..il flail Jacob Fund \. Hilton d. Bridge fishing with hand- Williams. 16. his Korns.
-.... **| a brrtswe4 tal1fet1' .... Till a+id BrfUiy SUev lines and there h no competi-j, The official native languageof
ttrnt.. e0 21 lit N ... Dr reed S. tlon between the classification '
"' tt .t; Car t4 tU WM East Mica is Swahili which The oil resources of Iraq are
arts tlt. t.ri rsis'tst TWrft .... .....w ........ .. I.s cucrwdIUk :| Each class competes for its own perhaps claim to be among among the richest in the Middle:
sd .... t+..... I** IMIt 4tieM :Jew E. r. rvM ad.WL. awards. may of the workL and Near East
--.. .... ilsrtr ...,. Iwd sw t I ... W mrmfart. lonned aai I t Apparently the public does not 'II the great- language :- -,- .2
rid .li.rr at ..... horn .,; Mr*.!| undestand this as no entree .. .. aa aa a ruNaaaar t
u..s- ..arbs t4 .. Tnb 'm.Arb Alli&otd. OUicvra elected whatsoever were made in Class.
*+.a s..... titr rN wort tt II t 1. tfw rumi. year were!,C small boat fishing with rod and; Tl \V7 ,
..... ......,.. ....sd .. .rw.tst Mr*, fttiry Ccrlm**!!, tr *.urrr;|I reel and consequently there will J -
I w..... M... 0........ ea,..,. rhtirman,I be no award in this division for ;
....... ate. sts as; ,.. Ui. Ilom Ck..rw,.tU ami I{ the first three week period which WID ENER
.. .... Mr*. KtM H** Jnhmin, MTTT ended at midnight February 8. .
tart 'I b I The second period of the tournament I-
pts- nt ry 'fP
....,. 1 TW rest mrHing U to U held began Monday. February -
r +. I. st .4 Mr. XUry Cwbun 'tr*. 9 and will end 29.at midnight. .. ,'. t,

...... 1itrt'srrttil -- If Ir I i 1 I Sunday.All fishermen February are' urged to

sP Rzvowt, a a' participate in the tournament : ELEVENTH ftN'NING'U .
.. .8t I. stl ..att...L t a aKtaa the only requirement being the .
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..iJ 2 0' 4 payment of the one dollar registration -
IPf Ch.t-. g aToll. fee which is good for the : ,$50,000 Added :
4 e 9 a .,. a 1 2 4 entire tournament. .. -
0 tIMkbftw.n g 0 ST Registration cards may be obtained I .." II! a.
?49 It ID at any of the following '
-- ...... ,.... ..trls_ II 5 27tatttitte places: Pollock* Jewelry, Stow- : 4': WA CING'CLAcsIC :
._.. N 7' ?I'lastesi we: ."'7. Key Nest er's Hardware. Ralph's Tackle ',, '
RH.r*r 9w.eiinc: umpire: Shop. Beachcomber and drugstore .
1 I 11 ab hotel or motel in the city. a ra
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- desiring further details
Anyone .
,iph I I.ie telephone Cob Pellork, '. Altrartinji Leading Turf' S t u r s .
TIne .Ueal Islam City chairman at "''-'. a a

will be Valdez on the mound and a
Navarro on the receiving end. J.
T w.aR dwll PlayersC. The San Carlos willstart their}. .
old reliables. Diaz and Roberts. f a .
The nightcap will bring together -t

C. .f eflBitnal Next Week mores the and fvt.trottilU.s.s.the Pirates. Batteries. Gil-:t: atHIALEAH

for GKmore. Lucas and Smith;
Taws ..& E'9 t' .a.g.. ....... I,e...........a. while c.a.Itd for the Pirates, Lastres, and Al- .
-sc Mw M.i w..- N., La4.rs Inavr .aom yean to their bury. -

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y ..... ... II. ...... .. ..I I 4oubt thr x coming STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE .
I* T ..p>. .Mte fbfi Ca..* p+...: rN to the army barracks tomor- TRIUMPH .
.i_ ....... .. s.. t. swath I'*w w ail wwM the boy a lot of .
.f Me ....... testy ....... .(hMl. They will ov two of the COFFEE .. .
.......... .ill t+.... .... bait tott urea of the season. The MILL ..., I
t L ."'fI ftaftto ....j tt.M'tram. wU get under way atbnvten .-....... .. .:.SATURDAY FEB. 21 *
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..01 Isis.to bt........, than= hut a Buick you're sure one's heading it's' going even

!" l ab.sit .w.v edr if. from a fiance that you'll: find it You find quiet here quiet that higher in the regard of the motor

till t tt aa b..isy, Mead? a* a battle cruiser and full 'encourages conversation quiet ing public.

1.-.tLoL .... of ginger as one. of Grandma's from Sound-Sorber top lining thatinvite Why not sec your Buick dealer
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fill i+.. M .M s tss test .ai gtnt. tones. .

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I -f!"I', I. REMEMHBK: J ? The Maine looked like this the day after it. exploded. at Havana Harbor Feb. IS. 1S3S. ., fbs. .a.nb

4 f- Weed sM+n e Maa
= By ALEXANDER R. GEORGE ..... paMw4 Ms li
I 1 I| Five days after war was declared away from the Klondike ....,
AP Newsfeatures Writer Naval suss ItsAof
Dewey's squadron of six rush the bicycle raciag cr.... 'r =
1 'ifLS GTON.-The battleship Maine blew in Havana eaeln
up ships reached Manila. They and Carrie Nation's hatchet.-
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W i harbor: 50 years ago tomorrow. The disaster touched off : steamed into the bay the night of slaughts oa saloons. It WM mm 1. .
named .., ...... T I
our;war with Spain and put.this country on the road to expan- > April 30. At. 5:41 a.m., May 1, era of hypnotists and "mafic are Irie..Mws.. .
the squadron opened fire on the : health renewer" The electric ,
sion S a world power. I C'f.bida liet'rw wwt t
'J No evidence'was found r: to pin blame for the Maine's exp Spanish fleet I belt was "guaranteed to car* a IH .

anion but,p.s. citizens were in a frame of mind to believe it 1 By 7:35. when Dewey with J man's rheumatism nervous debility Peppy Be v'e* ... ..... ..

wad'Instigated by the Spanish in Cuba. Reports of harsh treat- drew the squadron so his men and bashful.LlriIIg
costs were low. Men's fin nutslia -
could eat breakfast. several
njtnt-of Cuban insurgents by their Spanish rulers had stirred Spanish ships were badly dam- nightshirts with pearl buttons T. .1saN" psegatllwRas.d" '

widespread indignation in this country. aged. He returned to the attackat retailed for 39 cents inNew wads tas. .fsejr
V'> ..Congress was talking about intervention in behalf of Cuba- 11:16 ajn. and by 12:39, the York City. Newfangled ..... .1M. wsest trams -
?then the Maine arrived at Havana on January 25. 1898, to inaugurate Spanish fleet was annihilatedand alarm clocks were 41 cents" I. '" ....." ... 1s+y's

called.friendly visits by American warships to Cuban I. the shore batteries were a cake of pure castile soap 2 ..
( ports. ,Spanish, vessels) silenced. cents. I'd ..... pviMr ... LO'On ..
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were on the, way .to make",recipjocal -:1[ On April 20. President McKinley ? t Am J ican land, forces., which Following the victories in Cuba AfII'tI II 1li. s

visits to United.States'I It approved a congres- invaded Cuba in June, found the an American expeditionary force, MrKiniv brit ......
invaded Puerto Rico but rra t virtually -
ports.. sional resolution demanding going tougher. Spanish troops press a hls...v ....M
,At 1:40 en the_night ol 1 greatly outnumbered but strongly no resistance. At the end' r
FebI I t Spain give Cuba her independence. with esssdIllesue ('.a
'niary\IS, the Main was blown I Noon of April 23 was set J I entrenched put up a stiff resist : of the war, the Philippine and : attwitsp e, ..... ......... Y "
Puerto Rico became United Statespossessions.
up'by.a double .ezpl05ion. The I ance against the advance ont :
r as the latest date for a Spanish ; aw.- frrnss t.. volts d
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first explosion was directly under I reply. The Spanish governmentgave Santiago. ; and Mir .*.*..s .* 1is .....1
the men's quarters forward the American minister at t On July 1,, some 700 Spaniards;I;I: The Hawaiian Islands aU. were poHete* adUnried a.tMS A fill
where of the I held San Juan Hill for[ annexed in 1898. Cuba under
many crew Madrid his passports. On April ..! on SUrtea Iw r..wensd
were ia their hammocks. The 25. congress declared the exist- several hours until a whole line military control until the rrstora1 I In .. t4seeW.se.wt et by
ship was torn in two. The forw&d I ence of war. of American attackers advancing' tion of order, was given political of Mw "w.-. M sass
part sank at once and the : without orders, carried the crest. independence in 1902. ttaM w.iMhasfthIM .
desinMSlssrn .f
Two made the
after part a few minutes later. things war popu- Colonel Roosevelt led the dismounted -, The wreck "of the Main was
lar with most people in this | tike nase.w.i k.oA
*iTw officers and 250 in the raised from Havana harbor la
men Rough Riders at-
try. Revenge for sinking of the 1 iMox........ a.n- ....
,were drowned or killed outright. tack on an outpost known as ISI%. It was towed out to sea
.. Maine and the giving of aid to' red and Ally.... ....
Eight members of the I : Kettle Hill. From there: they beyond the three-mile limit and .
Cubans. and swarMses and tw.ea.r
crew died later at Havana of oppressed charged across a valley and up; sunk In the Gulf Stream with .
their injuries. The personnel The country went ga-ga about the slopes of the ridge main position > full naval honors. Thousands of Navy.ecurMjr v'sssss tar
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.loss was 260 out of a total of ) the exploits of a trio of war'i of the Spanish defenders. i roses were strewn over its ..
have bi h.d
33$ officers sailors and .Ma heroes: Admiral George Dewey.ssp I On July 3, the Spanish fleet crave. I
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and want br-wplrt .
rines. ( y destruction of a Spanish. under Admiral Centers attempted j -In 1899 the bodies of 163 members ...
iaome congressmen and a section fleet in far-off Manila Bay. RoughRider I to break through Admiral Samp-' of the Maine's crew which :; and aoirsw ... alaMaR

-"if the press demanded that Teddy Roosevelt's chargeup ;*son's blockading ships outside of had been buried at Havana were j In any. ereM sir. sAsssAN K
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San Juan Hill and Com
Spain: be forced to withdraw from ; Santiago Bay. Outclassed in{ re-interred in Arlington Nation |
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mander Richmond P. Hobson e-aaec. a pas.proof
Cuba.. A few newspapers accus- : armament and gun handling the. cemetery. Teh bodies of 65 oth r*. ]
I of .. *. wi ... tilt
of the collier Merrimac a ..
ed'Spanish officials of responsibility -I Spanish vessels sere destroyed or : found upon the raising of the old:
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for blowing,up the Maine.j in an attempt to bottle up a Span :, forced to run ashore. i warship were also buried at ][i
1 ion to tfcM .JMwmthe .. be ...
ish-Jleet in Santiago Harbor.
Others counseled moderation IThe war took top headlines < Arlington i
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tration in order to fix responsibility (dition to its yellow j vessel .. the Aare isew
press proclaimed I
Data i here barber .. ...... !Ji
Spine Concerning ; {This course was declined on "Remember the Maine. :: ..... .. ....... eM :
D half of the United Statc-i On and down with Spain." | there." .

a, +.March.-22;,, 189&" a Spanish Court : General Fitzhugh Lee was the'I II At M+e ee..wi ,
The Battleship "Maine"jIrCLWING of inquiry reported 'that the American consul cent rat at Ftftt".ErItUnited _;ar.pnn..1 Ii

destruction of the "Maine" was Havana during this ,'crtc>d. He (i i s...... en lilt _
r acc4ental| and was caused by an said at the time of the riots of deeiarins a ..... o eras Ia

THE EFFECTS' OF HER LOSS AND' explosion in her forward magazine January 13, 1898. against General I'' and is he". e...... ...
; due to the application of the Blanco and Spain's plan ol autonomy -1 I 21, HM.SUM .......... ..

;V. THOSE OF TH'E LIVES OF HER MEN \ doctrine of extraterritoriality i cxpres xd a desire for the I I mt Amirtsadem anted turn
no evidence could be obtainedfor moral security and the pnrtrctiim'<< ', f4 M On .... .
rIX MORROW. we of Key West honor and revere the two offi- the Spanish court except that of Americans and their interests ''

t s cars. two hundred-thirty sailors and twenty-eight marines. which was obtainable from outside which would come firm the !:i art -cite C.....ne- .1Ii

whose lives were lost in the harbor of Havana. Cuba. when the warship's hull and the i presence of one of our ....arshipiin i! pr eMe wsrwsne Ier rraiang

onerof: this country's then second-class battleships the "Maine". \ American court was restricted the harbor. The "Maine" wa I II War vww6 31st w..

"Y <<:s..destroyed on February 15.. 1898. The whole crew of this from trespassing to any degreein i then detached from the Atlantic I' and thesesrnai.rd siThe
exploring the harbor, which*squadron and ordered to Havana. I.1 rnesof .Is
vessel was composed of officers two
twenty-six hundred-ninety constituted Spanish territory un- After her destruction. Captain I upMW the ....... .. tore
sailors, and thirty-nine marines. There were one hundred eigh- der this doctrine. Previous to the Charles D. Sir;ibEot'. her com-j, can ewr.1 In ... Mar

ty-six bodies recovered of which number one hundred sixty-six' publication of either of these manding officer, immediately aM ........... ..Mnse"..

wete buried in a cemetery at Havana. nineteen here at Key courts' findings., many respect- forwarded a dispatch to the Navy : to MIl awn' .... ....

West and one apt Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania. A search was con- able leaders in this country in ad-Department in which he request- ducted for the seventy-four unrecovered bodies until April 6. ._-- ----. -- -- -- -- -

1898.. when the wrecking tugs*_' \:
were withdrawn from REMEMBERS THE MAINE 50 YEARS
transmitted to the Executive at
Washington D C. Evidence had
of Havana"Maine"on January entered 25 the, I been obtained by the Court on ; ---AND MAKES HIS LIVING ON IT :

and the usual'exchange of t& the spot and a strpng force of .

and ceremonial visits took t divers and wreckers had been
The 'Spanish minister_ had I used in gathering the facts AP NewsleatuzesTTAVANA. rw-

viously accepted the, fact "' j 1 I.which. in part accounted for the .-Arturo Feliu has, '
renewal "of this '\' Counts findings. Among .$uch, ** remembered the Maine well .4 w*

war' y ssels. .,Visits" to S finding 5 was one which specific f for,50 years. In fact. he makes .
waters and the "peninsular j ally dealt with perceivable damages a living of it
orities both at Madrid rid I to the battleship. In ,,'iew.o( : Feliu's particular
memory if
Havana H fd been advised at these damages the Court made : is that of rescuing a marine

Government's purpose,tp the following comment: "In the from the waters of
friendly' naval v sit> at ;I opinion of the court this effect .
harbor after the United
ports The regular: Gov !could have been produced only
pilot'conducted the "l\ i i States battleship had mysteri-
by the explosion of a mine situated -
on her arrival to buoy I" under the bottom of the shipI i ously exploded on that rainy f

four, to which she was I at about frame 18 and somewhat night of February 15. 1889. I

five and one-half to six ( on the port side of the ship." No ; And for the past 14 years he

of water. She lay there fot I i I fault or neglect on the part of any has been self-appointed guar
period of three weeks with :I, officer or member of the dian of the Maine monument

unusual incident occurring i j "Maine's" ends way found to be on Havana Malecon. or sea
appreciable excitement i! in any manner a contributing :: side drive. I
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her stay. There was no i| cause to her loss. The ship was "He was hanging on this
cation of cause for an i found to have been destroyed by "
I 1 I chain. Feliu tells visitors pat-
explosion existing from I! the explosion of a submarine 1 ting a section of the anchor I
quarter aboard her. At I'
8:00 mine. This first explosion \vaii, from the Maine which forms
M. on February 15. 1898. all ]i held to have been accountable i i!, part of the monument.

quiet and had been reported t'"ty'I'I for the second, which involved j;|I "I was an actor at the time, and r .
cure, on the "Maine" .
at 9 !
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: two or more of the vessel's forward a member of the volunteer fire I f I
M. her bow lifted
was | ; magazines. The. members i I department. I was sitting in the HALF-CENTURY after the
ibly by' a 'first 'explosion !'' f the Court were unable to ob- ;; Parque Central resting at about Maine blew up ia Havana

shortly thereafter_a-second, I: tain any evidence by which the !i: 9:45 p.m, when there was that harbor. Arturo Feliu lr\9htJ.
prolonged and voluminous, ['responsibility of the destruction plosion-rocked "
*her forward j I '
bP the ship could be placed upon sky turned re L Monument (above), recalls
Many were killed any person. "As a .firemon. I knew I had to
ethers rescues in water.
,exJjMCs VTOJ f 'I '
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I McJCipley formally advised the I get to the harbor about a mile
drownedby the early ; CoBgress of the disaster on J So I
jumped into a carriage hanging onto a buoy. He had
.herhulI. The- Spanish cru Maf ch 28. 1898. He said. in part: I I sand I i : kept Urging the driver to I I been there all night. Much of
-Alfonso IJ.7 .and, ,the I I fell
The apallmg calamity upon II' hurry. the ship was still above water t
Lineeamer.. "City of Wa
the people of our country with |I The ship was burning and I went aboard and got the ft5
ton lying nearby crushing force, and for a brifi explosions were continuing. 1' American flag and some d cw. t
prompt aid and assi-tance. tine an intense excitement prevailed 1- Several Spanish warships in I I meats aad brought them la to
vana hospitals were freely ,i which in communityless ]
a the harbor were leaving to getaway I the American consul'Twentyseven
ed.to her wounded. i' just and self-controlled than from the explosions. The i year liter Kcho
A Naval Court of Inquiry ours might have led to hasty acts 1 1 I harbor was full of swimming again met Rau. who hat tome to
behalf of the United State., of blind resentment. This men. I I Havana from his tornin Nc:; k

at once Organized. It was however soon gave way 5Pirit.1|I "I got into a skiff and rowed York to attend a reunion t4 the
posed of officers well |; calmer processes of reason and to (, out to the Maine. Arthur Rau stay I United Spanish War Veterans
rank. and practical \i, theresolve to investigate the hanging on the anchor chain. I I "He recognised me by a wristwatch
After' twenty-three days of facts and await material proof I[I got him into the skiff and brought : be had given me when I
tinuously being in session. before forming a judgement as to II ('I him to shore. We couldn't find I I rescued him says Fclhi.

Court on March 21. 1898, (i I the cause the responsibility and. an)one else. On shore I got some i Feliu is 79 years oU: no... He
its'hidings.' They were ;! if the facts waranted the remedy sugar and put if-into a big bleeding i wears a blue uniform wIth the
the,next day by.the :i due." gash on his head to stop the I words Hero of the Maine

in-F' hief of, the United :!I Spain's s diplomatic course fol- flow. stitched into a lcevr. !*r iMtl? hv -

naval force on the North lowing the sinking was that of "Next day I rowed out to the shows a letter of t-umown.4etr.rs V. ,_,
station end tve imnp iirging-is".sigat*+El--artii- ship and fcund IInt her man from ff-rrrer Sr r..,. t ..q I
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Birthday of the ', ChurchBf : Jack Benny. 'radio star, born J- Harold & .....a.dnat .-. : e
in Waukegsn; III>, 54 J'eliln ago.I iI of Mace iM
iTO :
PULPITS ROY U, SMITH S I I Carl T. Anderson,' cartoonist, Co, New York, *r*.* 1 1be
creator of "Henry", born in Mad.t ml' Aswrably the
The day of the Pentecost was the birthday of.the Christian. ison. Wis. 83. years ago II I Clang r. airs I IVI

HERE Church. On that day a new thing,was bomamohq: men-some- I) Robert R. Young. chairman of year .... .. J
TOMORROW thing so significant that all history bas been,influenced by itfrom t t the Chesapeake &Ohio RJL. ) tSut.m6e i

that day to this so vital thati*.remains'even among us as-1 I I Canadian Tex. 51 years ago.bUl'n1 ft* TM t# i
one of the most social factors."' 'thwhich; deal {I George .Jean Nathan of
potent we so -

I f-. J. .J n m Mum!, Will'I Speak At t Fleming confining human life.that it has given;,an;:.enJirpJy'A' 1f6 w meaning 'to all Oft t I Wayne York ,author-editor Ind. 68 years born ago Fort tI I

T'j i 1\ .1 I I Dr. Merwin' J. vice i
Sfctrt' Mdimiltel.; Churrli: Rev. Adams It is extremely? mportcaatlo;; ;note;jtr | ij of.Nazareth. IMI l r president and research Kelly engines GraceChurch j
; actual t
found;;>e&jtheCfcur> ;; $:had'okitojduaojhina to say.abotit: of Bell Telephone Laboratories

it beforetit,cani It,: ,.eltiatenceViet:! : 't';' ",:,iiseeltalgs born in Princeton N. J, 54 yean t
fc F deist Me E. S lone.lure: I 1 ;.;'t ohhlr83i64ftttl\ : :) i; ; *dozen: tmi t". .), ;a: bl ! iI i-
''* $'.: ,yeCi\ became e', t hJJ'.heir';flf ;hia1l' .".' C tT-'ijr.r*.'"' I"7.. I Charles T. Fisher. Jrw; noted 1
'lIU..1.& %HniNM .%\ V ,1 IlabOr said':his lineal spirifual'f ) ; ,1\\ II Detroit banker, born in Detroit --
HHVHI; : : PKH.VO.N.NKL: : WKIXXIAIE: SUNDAY AT descendant : .Doctor 41 years ago.
ForgSiHis Divine; Service;
lanmn HJ\H: J*| TNt: KflV. tiRe MIUKILS: +To .I'HUVOI.{ : ; ON "OUR It Began With A Miracle \ John V. L. Hogan. noted Pmi"l i I f' j
dent of radio station WQXR :
Men who live in scientific J
TwI.." AT nn.
NS" t#r UN IH:4H.H W believing contrary that to nothing the laws can of happen na- years Sam ago.IL Husbands vice president I l F. II r, ZUCKER, -

ture. With this the :- religious
P :sa.... w .. ....... w-a. wtfl .prtorti a* the If>.i0 tun. sn vices; Sunday at tho Fleming man would agree but he would j/ accused being.an'army doctor I I
.-.. I It... a..dt., nnfcm lit 1M ,far, I. B nude pastor. add that there are many laws of with Ih; ,;)apanese who.then 1 ,
tlri t.... ....... which came a guerilla with the be-1 1!
M J5* ."ctaek. Owe hey, Mr. fWid will return to the pulpit and will we are still in ignorance Christian Science !
M Ina.tstlri.i..tit. ., ""h nitore. .. the So Against the Holy Ghost and Sinning Away and that a miracle represents the he pinos.faces added; deportation because I tY- Poinciana BaptistChurch >
one pnbre nationality
,.., ..,. ... working of one such law. -.
to his'collection-that of "a Chi-
.pr..4 Ni. d.u4 .I .kto ... M far. C. Leon Well"*, pastor 01! rust Methodist Church. The exact circumstances which nese physjciah.1I ., Society
till ... ,y ... f....- 4l 'w .ta Old Stone Church. His place wiU bo taken by an old surrounded the amazing, events I I Police say that as'a.'lieutenant: \AI' Wlnpi..t. 17th and Eagle I
Isis lire; of Pentecost are not entirely I- MISS BETTY LEE WOOL. .IKqW.... I
.. tA.wa.y A. Mam of Vermont in the Japanese- army medical Pastor's Phone 11I4M I
1" .. AllMla.. G.maiaN Dwy wtU) IM observed at the IfrSO*r clear. in, Luke's the Acts record of the which appears -I[ corps he'was one'of the first :. RIDGE 21.of Canton. O. smiles A. D. O-BRIANT. Pastor. 1 It1 ItUCTIC"'" '
'l.> .... M fee HatxMOi. Coherence ol Methodist ApostIes.1:i i invasion: aves '_tWo days,.after i I I
I' was written I|i happily over the successful out. 4
many years 1 i ---- I
.is ., Ily eta iceq pe.,.. from S:4: Sto7ISp.m: I actual happenings and may be the attack'on 'earJJlarbor.. .' 4I SaDdcrr sdoi. 14* Jolt j
I ..... ttiarl ..., the I-!I r Politel'say: he deserted in. 1944.: corne. of e new sort of heart op. i Sunday SchooL fc4S A.M. .
accepted as statement 1 555.4.) .
7 ...... Service. I
: joined. the Filipino guerillas her at
; 'eration
aaldiala MIN. I case upon which the Christians: ; : performed on i Worship, 11:00
.*****.. 0 .10.ifl_&at. of about A.D. 80 or 90. would have married -a' Filipino; womanu.and ,.Charleston. S. c.. by Dr. Hort Subject: At 11 e/CU.fc( !
gince'the-liberation'h S'practiced I i -
a.-; r -0. T... agreed.It ? !j at i Lucena.-on1 Panay.:island, byposing' ace G. Smithy assistant pro. I "is THIS FOR your ,; ""jecta.ave.} I

i was the profound convictionof as-.*'Chinese physician. lessor of surgery at the. Medical I 6:30 P.M, Training Union W..F. E....... .
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,... ..i't :; : that"early1 band of Christiansthat ". They'are-depqrting hlm'ioTdr; (' College of South Carolina. I Evening Worship, 7s30 M..a.I ..- at IRadiaq .......
someUi ng'holy : divine j
end'; mesa biecause.'hje.Tirac iced--' tri d. ,*Last September she read an I
had happened, among( their spirit- Subject: I i ..... .. t7t..ets
.... tlnd () icine without a Philippine license. 'Associated Press dispatch tell I .
w "THE .
: = ual sires whic hcotild not'be ex -- CENTURIAfTS FACE I ....ice Will ke ***.
ltll Mrs ,t in" ping of Dr. Smithy's cxperi-- AND HUMILITY" I Ta..dn ... I
= plained :any ordinary terms. Greek : r.a.y
.. .. The ancient Sophocles i
M tN isrf4 j God had come down and made ;mental work in operating ondogged fr..sNtpL
.a. estersisrwesiw I himself manifest whote! IIS plays.Euripides more heart valves of animals. j Public Cordially invited f
1, PVi. .. ...Wiw. <'aue4t I than 92 and. Aeschylus over 70.. At her insistence ar- i
.. ... .. Miracle ContinuedThe :. i '
llsiiie e. t I4nibt m dth. 1 1I made with
.. Y-c ...... ... thing that gave the Chris- just one great central,bel ief=that f'rangements were jl
...... N .. I I tian Church its start in that an- Jesus Nazareth' had.been*raised Dr. Smithy to operate on her. ; LEY MEMORIAL
cient world the fact that the I Doctors back home had given
was testifiedto
e1 tJ 1a : fro rnthc dcad They PresbyterianChurch
Christians lived a life so much ooe her up to die. but now it is MelhodixtCer. CiwttII
'", A. fa 0..M pslwMI : just ,g f8t; {act- something
superior to the lives by their holy had, happened inside I predicted that she can look forward .
.'Ii 1 M A t DtrWMi aril n. gt fife.
act Nt tii..4llatt a I' a contemporaries that all the world I.their lives. to a fairly normal life.Key Th, Chant Web A ....'..... i
lm tens r was set to wondering. ROBERT, WKAVO.0i4S .
ie !
It was as if a new quality of I. Th. Sunday" School Lesson I While and Washington Streets
t'. -
I 41k ... +w. f Msaai. SI ..* .p.... 1 : kindliness courage moral forti- for February IS:' "The West : Rev. Melrose S. Avery Pastor A.M. Shade. y .. .... t

c-.........'. real .. tude been and added spiritual to man's serenity existence.had J John Power' lfit5.2iActi:2.1.4.of the Holy Spirit.] II' I Sunday School; ; Starts al a..... lee AH *... I

I, Servants who were touched by I 3t1-4i31t'Galitiaes S(22-2. 9:50 A.M. Has Hirtom OMrjp Nigh.
... .. .... _.ey .-n.... Ij'i I the Christians began to live lives Church of Clirisl 1 ---- -

a lire ttb4e e/as tiiituew .... inside rich Greek and Roman By, such<:testim ni s'the movement 1 Church Service at 10,50 A. M. \V...le. I IneE
br t* ..II .. .*fc. Theft ....... homes which made the pagans :spread, until reliable historians -, 1120 PETRONIA STREET I 11:00 A. 1.Sermon I. .
.... .. .-
>hid. HURT D
ra envious. There was a sense of declare that within at ""'
Nlll. ... at a ,ptbf spiritual and be said I Subject: ..MPMY
i(' emancipation confidence hundred years 'it could j Worship Inrliiiling "KEEPING
wrl&alte w peel. ; among the Christians that therewas town of 5,0001 ( I OUR .M..I Yin1wr7x30 I
Lr re t'..... which the brutalized Romans for population In'all.the! Roman w Empire -1 Crnrmu ion Service, I AMERICAN HISTORY"YOUNG ) P. M. Wm.iIpHerr.
; t.i.. ..... 'instance could not forget In that lid not number? among I 6:30 P.M. : PEOPLE: ....
... .,. M .. I'' : other words the Christians ''out tApfc9ile/at| : leasvne malt. f't'aof r. MEET AT 7:30 PM. -.
I.. "LMM lived their CKOIfJr
neighbors.As Christians. EVERYBODY WELCOME Tourists. Visitors and Fri ads t t.cT
w .. ..,..t I> ( ) the Christian gospel was I And all''this came about with.pill Invited Our ".
to Services Wttl 1x Prayer
....... as t'Q I 1\ 1 prfeached thrby tq 1P the e1rtD..1 tmr',rf$s."agent 'ny world I : MIp ..,
tint T...a t..... ... I and the* Chilian movement asiaaiitS)*'' .any'comznittec on ,I -- --- -- t
,a tt aed v .A e r..L. .f..i. << Spread this transformation of I finance;. 6r even ,any buildings.It Glad Tidings Tabernacle t
... *.'.**t .c .? life began to affect every aspectof was ripL., so"4he historians .say, S
44 (SL P.* II e. K .n.. I i the-world's'life. Prisons were. until) thx'Chfistia.nf:' movementWa s i t "''ASSEMBLY OF GUn!) COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US 1

tir* k .... 4-ii- 'I cleaned up provided, with light at least 200fyars old that.-JChris-s c 801 Georgia St. at Petronia
0 I.........w ...... a and fresh air ;and made just a tiah'thut hts began' to appear. Cordially Invites You I
.. ..) little more humane. The rightsof All meetings held Jn .privr' t, to Worship FUMING[[[ STREET ;JUDiST OiiCI
.. 4kZ..... .... little children were stated in ate homes Y';,or jn public rented 1} Sunday School. 10 A.M.
m .......... CAaik ne wand holy terms. Soldiers halls. (All Apes) : Corner 11ti .s4 111mea. Nt..
'. _.. ,. .. 1M: I slaves, laborers, women and the It was the changed spirit of j I Morning\ Worship, 1ej
r '-e'.. long list of the depressed and,de- the people which captured the REV. J. B. ROD. Fe..te*

"". ....... Ca J : .bauched began to enter into a imagination of the world. It was I 11:00 A.M. Church School 9i.3 A.'".
.. .. ..... *. .It .. larger share of the decencies of the miracle begun at Pentecost I Sermon: "FREEDOM"Christ : CLASSES FOR ALL ACES
M .. Ky : : life and living. which stretched out through those Ambassadors '
.. f'W. I : .. A new and holy spirit like centuries. "Perhaps' if the Church I 6:30: P.M., Merrill Felton, General SupettMead.M

.... ...... w Re... l strong and virile yeast in a lumpof today should insist upon trans l .:vaiigelj.tie Serticcs Morning\ Worship lOtfiO A.M I
a ..&y ......W ....... dough began to lift the levelof formed lives and contend less 7:301'.11.I j
E. .. alt talk ea '" living wherever the Christian about doctrinal differences it! Sermon Subject: '"VI A TEn" ; Youth Fellowship 6 JO PM.SongSerrici,710P .
1Fa VI' a tdrr. ..ill Gospel was heard and accepted.It would achieve greater conquests.4C.prright Tuesday 7:30:: P.M.. : >t
: :
I. Was A Spiritual Conquest IMS hy.tile International < -
__ -ta. + ...14 ate .M :: : Council vt rtetiKlous Kdura- Sweet Hour of Pr.-yer
&::a M 'Met. t M Ita. aia 1'" Nothing in human history can lion on .Uebalf vf 4. Protestant de- Friday. Evangelistic. 7:30 P.M. : !vetting Worship 7rOO |r....
,.... E IN as ifi.it will <<: compare with of the the growth Christian and de- nominatioasr. Pastor Ernestine' Doan e _
..... velopment 1 I :
1 I
paIar.ep r Church. Plain men whose lives -- __- -:- GOME-BRING A FRIEND f
.. Y.. ; had been transformed by the inflow i t; .-rTRSTCongregational- ___. I! -
.ii....L .. .. w their IMPORTANT NEWS ----- -
title a9 """ ......... T.... I of a divine spirit upon telling of ? Church I i-i i- ;; ;:-----' =
.. Uiois I lives went everywhere Where will you spend Eternity Ii InnnmlmnlaiumI mlll1l'' --

W$ ._, .. ......... .k.tt ... their experience. They preached What shaQ .it the profit s ,man world if WILLIAM W. ILIFFE. DJ3.
whole Youth for
he shall gain Christ
Rase.. Lail M t a. faT : and lose hb owa Soul? What Acting 1'iisioi' !I i Rally
wan tia -
eri.lj 7C.le d CORNISH CHAPELA.M.E. I wilt-thotf' tiT when He shall 517-527 WILLIAM STREET.

-,., retdN ZION CHURCH punish thee? Between! Southard &: Fleming Director. PARKER M1HAJC.TOMGIIT .. ".....

; P5l lHtl't1f.i I The So Friendly Church". I Dost Thou Beliere On Sunday School 9:4S A.M. ; 7i30 r.U.UCK.1':

I (COLORED) I the Son of,.Ci d? ('ricefor All I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Jt4. .s.a1
Whitehead and Angela I Amswtes to These Questions John V. Archer :Supt:> ,
$..: .. (.Mari J.... 'It Rev. C. C. Higgs Pastor May Be Heard at the I| Corner EATON ss4 StMOKTOM STKtCtS;

ew.s Services Held at I .riMMrKAM{ (; { **T1ic SttareIh& -IiInl l Our Il "
'.... f t.... IN v.. icy L I 1:38 ajn.Sunday Church School l 11 l A.M., WOKSIIIP) { 1 : ,teas.
........ N.rs I READER-PAT RUMCU.
,... 11s fa.4 s.b For All Ages HALL Subject: "Salt of the Earlh"
d1, I Joseph Thompson Supt. i 1 "Jesus, Lover of My Soul". Accordion Solo. Rev & N4rii.iS

.(J ... ........ M.... 11 A.M., Wonhip i 720 SOUTHARD STREET 6:00: P.M.ENDEAVOR. !1- "Let the Lower Lights Be Bvrninq." Sa......... .....,
< 1
WaAasiai Itii P.M 7 "T.M., 'ORSIIIPSubject "Abide With Me". Youia People's OMT
...4 illetir. d n...... I. ALIiII 7:00 P.M., Worship I 7i30 : 'Light of the World'" I Chalk Drawid g-.Mrs. Frances .....a
.. ............ ,..tr.. "THE DISCIPLE THAT Subject Sunday CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL I ;
1 H :Speaker. Hiaplain: Waller !U.,("
If.. ..,. tkay .. M,7Ma. .1 LOVED JESUS"Tres Tue Greatest Tragedyof Communion & E"rp'II\ nilwiCanvass 1 ;
hMtar. Bunl S.Ires i.: Vocal Solos. Miss Allen Spear f and Phil Q .tsit ua I
is Man's
v1 iMrttsi m 7:30 p.m. ClassPrayerWed History"by HI I
era fir e.iaitr Mtrtty" I 7:30: p.m.. Ushers Board EvangelistF. = Accompanist. Miss Lorraine NoIlutr
Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. Prayerand i i= --Ceme-Brtstf A Triad -- -
.* lute. Thurs. 8 p-nt Jr. Choir Rehrs. DETWEILEll '.
W....4riM. > edt..ied Fri. 7:30: p.nu Sr. Choir Rehrs. Praise Service nmimiiiimiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iniiiHiHSiBiaiIn _
of Roaaeke. Va. .
.... 't l' ," .. $4ae..s .., : VISITORS ARE WELCOME Friday. 7:30 p.m. Young Peo
_. thif .... .. .I ple's Gathering. Sailors male<
lie rt ....ter g.... COMEI! >BRING A FRIEND: welcome 106th' -

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.,IPtMItr..17a..d.1. !"?1 1,"11.1 .tee Tai 1 k Trinity Presbyterian t Church 4.....,..;;.-4fr' ;;;;;;;.;; ;.' Se.aeaeae..'........ The First Baptist Church

f 0.itlsi .... a.. ... Pw M '. 717 Simonton Street (Colored) THE OLD STONE CHURCH : ,i Corner BAHAMA ..l EATON BtreUronnle ...
1k+ F4w.dla.d.. Sigismund A. Laing Minister .
E'' E. r-iC'bul' I.. .
1pr..r... w .i.U..i& ..
-. .. b... WM.i ...*.1" ..". Morning Worship. 11 o'Clock (First Method\ Ut 1) ',
.... ble.db a... .Mew I Comer EATON; and SIMONTON Streets : SUNDAY SCfiOOU' '.n AH.
E.: Sermon Subject: :
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.: v.44 br A. G. LEON WELLS. Pastor ,
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Mlfa-mitt ....AhMl"a '
twsrt4 t ,N M .... _v4 e e SUNDAY SERVICES : ; MORNING\ WORSHIP. .Hii: .i 4.M.
411ig J t.a. paat.s'a f.r". Sunday School 3:30: P.M. : Subieets -OUR TASK-
-- tile. aw_ ..... .. Youth Meeting 5:30: P.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45: A.M.
10l50( A.M. Morniii," Worship Mrs. Elijah Sand. Duwtar
(i...ared> Tlwi+ air Evening Worship. 7:00 o'clock : Subject ef the Commitment Sunday Sermon: "Hot Any For Me" .
....... ...... .qr-yarn tr i.. Sermon Subject: : EVENING: WORSHIP, 7rf ..'1.
: Youth
6:30 P.M. Methodist Fellowship
- .+N CIs.Irr MIs. .. M.b t "A SPIRITUAL WASHDArTues. Nation il e Subject -CHu. ftDI Of t38D'Tourists.
M 5:45: to 7:15: P.M. "Echoes of the Cleveland

,***_**,- -tot J..1.t tt1.'a;.......I K ., 7:30: p.m. Prayer Service Conference of Methodist Youth" :. ': Visitors and Scrrtr P.rao wi.< 'N.haunt r

Cm e .4 1 realtor ....... twtab.ik.s 7 P.M. E'cninVnr..hil'.
Wed. 7:00: p.m. Youth Night- .30 ; e1 ,
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tit tit Instruction and Recreation With Sermon by the Rev. Chauncey A. Adams : Wednesday ';00. )w.tW I S c--
i situ. 1e'1.. titil44$ .far iba Thurs., 7:30: p.nu Rehearsal for : Wednesday 1J1.: rrarI eM Pe- .ktt.M.
..... .,.. N ttj ... I BAftC RUTH OH. BEACH-Mr. and Mrs. Babe Ruth i Young People's Choir ,T : : Friday _. __ 1dK Lhutastllar r re'
Winter Visitors I m
wher the forfcaaefcail s 'p1 Incitation Serrice Men & '
ate sews U treat el their' eettage at NiamL.n. Fri, 7 p.m. Boy Scouts' Meet | o
..... .we M A tW k1. eras. cost .Is receverln from an illness. ? ..t*..J* ,..,..............,..........*...........,. I
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rest tact rN 4rst4rotl M the Crlthmunity.I I
Pgri f. M M. teMtrv.tratlttata .. ... tired ...11.wibtjd.. Household furniture. Unit 37-B. -
.. -. -- Apply to Mr. Fleming. at,Hotel :Seaplane .Base,, febl4.4txCticouut
Aattrhie. 7.rtatr ......... h tb Can ......*. febMfTliotvufhly ) -

t-. I..i Tf M Uirr t.a..u7 tis ;plarits f 50c each. 1509< ., ....
.I etaeMra I1P. MtWnlHf. Jew. erpliitnpsd houseIf. -.South'-St- f bt-l-Hx .. :: .: : i.. .. :
iei... .... ...kn. 'I'bnc' __k. I .' --.,. ; ; .. ri jj..tow .
t rf. vier a*mat* rtlot8U a" -1- +. f ; ;1": .. .. j
....sRa.4 viva trio ,Nk 1 lit'l South Su PhoneMIW I Ne.w.two""cottages furnished.Olivia' : .h' : .
..,., ,feb14 %LS.f and Florida streets.. '. .. :-' .' C "S't .
... .......Mi .f tte Bead .Rented. Tile showers. 13x24.t '. '. :- ef : .
swaw ... imeet.slatiPait7d t71h1P HQ.p .AJn'II) Apply1401 Pelrooia St. '. I' ; .
... e1 J '- tlm.mrM.ptr. v MALE AKO ITMALCMJl eb4-3tx J ". .
... M 7r ttrr+ S .....ttwvsalpa ,! '. ,
.... SM .... .r"aMa aijJ. wife to manage email! i| furaish ., J! ., .
.......... ......... IMp de hM&L Apartment and all utili-:' Partly Petronia Street,two-story, Four ,".;. .' .. .
.A clam wtm. .4mMvWs gtarapao tie* fnm iahtd on pismires J' corner. i : .,,'" .__" .
((4)) bedrooms, two ((2)) bath- .r.
..... petwt .W Met Mweier I Loral reMoVnl prtfwred.: Not 1 j
-. s4M ... +H.al* 4.. I Apply 1 rooms.one tiled. Living room,!, O. ::
aprrfe-nt* necessary. -
I dining room and kitchen. NearGarrison Tor-hey W<*t&t* Coniiiuinily Chest Ix ian ila drive ;
....... pdMntm7iie i AtHi to *eTr "!0. BM m. I blf3tWANTCD .
..... ""tiwwraaet d tp7aMj tlmdattg I One-half Bight down., Price feb4-3tx 310.560.1 t, e. Fl"bru)' 9, 1948# anil'.- %*.ill ronhuu 'for a ri4iHl-Q! tMY w..>.rL.. .
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I ....... ft7ti fewelry.aften atjr-:....m,. Two high rrhooliCUU. j BeautifUl hotel site on Garrison I'I'I .
..... aaml 1M Good referrnTC Pbwnej I .. Bight 80-ffc waterfront Ripari-i r ., .
...... ..... I I an .rights. Bargain. Write .
a +a.Nt MIJ.CbiU foblJ.-.3tx I W.A2U Citizen.febStf This year. The Key West Community Cliejit la in nretl *f
t. ; ttte'1 pt.7f, MraatN I i 1 .
... aaiasNa. ..i e.paar.MMl7rrMLZ w.. non Ap j jPtMW Iwlp! from ev 7iMie in lUc rommunily in order to aW ibe a peurie S
... Zll-W. "pnfernd.j i 440-ft. oceanfrpnt.; Stock Island.I II ulelltiuned below.! Ttiese. a eneie ,, togelher. with the V.$.O.. were. S
I Ready for cabins hotel residence -
,. I I ;; Bargain. Write Box S beuefitted during the year of 1917 l by rontrilHitioii made 1 It> TUe 0
."Ib181 OPPORTUNITIESHattonally
P1. PW4, 4'' swba A7... 1 W.A.R.; Citizen. feb5-tf Key WrM CoiOAiiinit) Chest a& follows: 5 I f

1iae.. vial.... (ire/ ....rti. adrvrtised manufac-j i
.. M rhenlt faint I Canaries at cut price. Very good t
,.,. of amall automobiles has.sletibip :. SS
birds: Robert Whitehead. 1310
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available for Key .
Johnson St febl3-3tx
West. With, ratollne rationing I .
$... ..... rM..Ihrt.'tMe+ed coming aoon you cannot afford; _, -. tr tT,ull.rn..e. Organization* '__ __un.O n S 773.27Florida .
IB MIL NO*. T.> UlMU4fU.MM to overlook. this. opportunity. I BABY CHICKS .-:. Children .
j ........,.. Wflte an Information regafdinc! < : Home Society -- _- 23;.-:.! I
.ale. .., service faciliUes) and pert 100 big healthy broiler chicks .. )
t l.....aN....tiaMte. Mt7ire.. .N t4epitaMi 19tievs tittless 1 ,... data: to Box ''SXC.D"I(I t $2.95 lection C.OPOur$3.95. H. ft special H. Pedigreed se--I 3 'c ;- ..0.1e'1. .-. ". .t3111d.Welfare Service-{State. Welfare Board. 23.72 a .. -I. "'..

I "AtAA .W3.3tai* Citizen. feblMtx j, -Chicks, Belmar New Family Service Committee, Women Anxili- S
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I roB lastTStor I .Jersey. feb7-M-2-28-4tx .- A' i Dry, KeyWest.. Municipal Hospital 1,897.641 0outhl'lecidli I

f"IM" et.rtNl.aa'tia.rloti., ata13-i. Pyadltr .' .w ROSES 1 .. ., .I." i Council\ nay Scoutft of America 1,681.12Monroe SI

at 1212 Olivia Street. AD- '': Girl Scout Council _____ ._ 209JUI: .
-ri County
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1 Phitw .... eiw0 ...... Wick Street.teb133tx:! Rose'Busheg-'World's) Best. Hints! i .f' -_ .
on care: and culture. Free illus-'! .
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Itaibi..tertr 7a1 .
.. **. r.MB. MI.W.Fit Red o..itk' Garage; .'XO .x 120..1 II ttledctit tog. McCluh Bros.! TOTAJ 83,000.19a SS
Rose Nursery, Tyler, Texas.
te454-liz AvaiUt4e M .rrh 1. Phone S
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.,...- ---= 1 Mr. Herman. febl4UW '- ffcbl4ltxWAkJTED ."" .. 4- 0- S
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j ,....... *rr*. M ... btM+aay 7m I JUTTED,TO RENT I II i : TO 8U! .
T.... Key UB Met MW nwrth _. Thf"W cucle* ueeil n +.i taiire ajraiii thin year maul! a. a

of ..**... .... AppeMiianJ- I Aboot April I.- 4-room house'or:I Wanted-Old ngx. Call at. matter of'fact, more so llum last year. During, the week. the. <1...t .
..... ,. tl, .. tau nwi I Citizen i ..Offir a '
pertmrnL. PrnnaoentPboaeNI1 : rr .
I 'Y.. ......... A6itaa S..x or write 141 Treakle: St, "nlt-I will give iuformation through the Mew.I paper' a tu lUe "' I&.rr IN !
4 ..... tt. C71i..a #4144. Plrtsatot/th. Virginia., -* j I r- U ypu, haVe a sensibly which aLl money H-as pent by the above-naitietl 1 0genie' .. .
'febZel2txNavy ,residential property ,for I'a .
i 43a4r+1 L7trgarm M M7-nu. ; ,' apply below. Occupancy not .

.Mt l1iwgpttl. apattarmtt. three. cpupte wiih.two; ehiUrenlirsire required.' .': Write KDC feb132txI1lAL' c/o.1 .
Citizen.' :&
eadl MvMg MrdwaIptrlst two-bedroom .house lorpartmeot. .
I '..... .. wait, Irk. bath. .Living in one I The drive for 1917 brought in only S. J. 3.0,1 and fur 0
.. Urf par. etly ..... ..UftK mit. Phor-1334-J. .
'.... alti ..... ......,. .Twat 1e144lax1tOOP4tt I -. that reason many of the participating ageutie* did not rerehe a. .
.... c..Mty Cart I For any kind of properties in Key .: uiuch InoneY.BI! they actually .......I..d. This year, we vi I"h l. ltei 5
I ;-..... ba.a p.frta !tt LIlA FOR : West, ,be.U home or business 1 ;
:, last
: closer 81O.OOO.tU) than did eAr. ?
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oohtactau1 Fleming
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; ...... eJ.... m.J. Light housekeeping i : roonu>froraf Street' : .: Phone 153.. I '. .
flPmch MtSMMS. prtat 10 to $.IS week..411_'. jan2724txMISCELLANEOUS !
per William S
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I ,84 lull .......1 .! AJ I ..I ': ,' ; will be appreciated. Will
a4. CWM Su, slaw. .t ei.laed nounts: d.25"single; Washers. irons; vacuums and 1 .' .Your help and. cooperation .
t' 11 sari 1T Emma SU, fTJO double" weekly.. 428'Orjneell'St. fans repaired. O' riant. Phone you please do'what you cau? 0 .
tf ....m.... phone teeN ::itpll\:2ti 1I64-M. feb2-tf I 4 .
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aBBirfHwi tiN ywi M* them. ,FOR LEASE: :. "r:';' _. Believe It or Not!!!!! .

alt y.w .... Net iamanM. over Old.Islaad Trading Post is open. S
Lease ; \. :
.".. rwa, rrvcNrd ty white t new furnished ;fishing New. location corner Whitehead ; l '
kiemh. IrfalMt, lodge,on ocean. Phone 546 oi- and Caroline Streets. : t" : Yours 3-e r)' truly, .
G$7-J. jan2i4UFOIL' j
Lovelier. -.gifts than ever. :
ur t. hi u, ruth &t, on febl l-tf J.L .
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k143.31aP'vt.ur. Restaurant 'centrally, located,I LOST I' .

pump. with ixly g&kw.. I with apartment above. Long Oval shaped white cameo. Also Chest

tea* *.4 Mteirr, fbone fctolMta U1S-W.: ka 1700.00.e. Daily Given receipt, away$ at OCt.08 only to I gold Reward pin if both retyrned in velvet to 622 Unit case. ;; The Key. West Community :

$1S.OOOJOO.* Strict investigation. ed Street .Phone 595-J. '
415. aWrvel. M rrfrUerator nerd-.1 Invited Cecil Cazix oe1l, .700 i feb13-2tx t < .
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.... .....,.... Only S1100. Glasses in black case, i in vicinity I # ... > .. .. .. .
'..... .m 4 J AMrom, ltM2-U.l Outboard motorboat Black Cat I of Green Street Naval Station : '
ire" x "'6"'. $80. 702 Pearl Gate. Reward, if returned to _. 'h'" e. :i' e.

.. PI,........ lurJocFwmer Iil'\l..a.I' Street. bU-Stx: 140-F, Poinciana. febU-ltx I ,> ..
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I y f.bt3-l' !'' / bur prices are consistent I ',

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Boma Star*. 14.1 PoInvas ..
!: itb:4tu!: s I oil types. of stationery.printing. alike Publications -... ........ ................... .,.......

Pliatbial aupplieg complete ,i forms invitations advertising -. -

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a t'' FLIERS PERISHED and eight others were Injured; la this wse.k,-lit el 'n ........
b CAPT.::MtNRY: T. ';MERRILL, famed 'trans-Atlanilc.ter nier; -'and'> Mariner plane which crashed about 20 miles soup cl Jack e vUle. Hev Te...... ael i
.. Chief pilot:fer Eastern'Air Line*. is welcomed home in Miami.' plane was returning front an over-water training flight I* San J..., Pet ft*** Mt4= Ii IiTWO 1
..K"ITT" &ZI: WOOL1tIDGL.: .( Caat s. O. wn-Us from wheelchair !la hosp'ital at Charleston.(AIPhoto. ) nau\by-hb: < wife. Toby and sonDiek; after he helped a distressed a landing place .after weather conditions peeveattd It frees puttsagrtA N Ne 91!
.' C. ...** .... II Mce",let'Iron a delicate butt operaticn performed by Dr. H. G. Smithy ,EAL .Constellation to a safe landing with 68 persons Naval Air Base. l I
.tyllL. ......., JIM...... M .....,., at the Medical College of Sculi'Carolina. ,.A special initrttluUt aboard at. !uni ..Fla.. .En route from New York to Miami the
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la ... ad tbu.. .*.**...'. heart valve. :
She had been a virtual Invalid since an attack. *f rheumatic plane 'anSt killed Flight:Attendant Gilbert P. Fob while. cruisti -
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.returns live duck: at Chlcfcro snorts!; show. Its master is Orln Benson.! Eacle. Wis. (above), west coast gambling,
"A'TTl" W 0 1* t M I t R E Arter. Spencer Tracy and boat operator until Uncle Sam THIS 10-TON TRUCIC.TAILCII: ..U.... em i
I I dasitsMt. .....r.lrf a lleUnreed tkesUe,fer a ntorie premiere.R NEW ORLEANS MAKDI GRAS KING GREETS QUEEN put him out of business in 1948. road near Lew lNrw. Tew eel .ew* to e SIs. tatSb i )
to: .-= was-shot and seriously-wounded in upright pe HM.) The driver Mid a 3Tr tR: when he answered the doorbell :- the cab .1 he attempted !. pM a ....... ..It Mli. I
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REX. Lord of Misrule and King of the Carnival oa his royal fleet and greets his oueen. Mtas _
f Elizabeth Nicholson (extreme right on 1 E.. .parade in .Orleans.' ,, ...Jile'Rex is Dr. Alton Ochsner, ,. noted surgeon of New Of'
leans. The queen is the debutante daughter of,Yorke P. Nfcholson.,:Vice president of the Times-
M rw Picayune e Publishing company. Th eusands*lined'Csna1 street to watch the parade. r
; ..., DENSE SMOKE CLOUDS and a sheet of flame erupt !roar the I.rye defartmeiH "4.- .! ",.
& Brothers in the heart of Goldsboro. N. C. during ra ififl Mww..U.m. lite (f eet .-.. air .ff.. I
ly destroyed. Mayor Scott Berkley estimated the less at saMMe* dstief.
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Nicholson rules as queen of under $1.000 bond at, Anniston..: Ala.. on charges that he had set of teeth-false ones. Born }
the Mardi Gras at New Orleans. carnal knowledge ofa minor after! his marriage to 12-year-old without tooth buds. the boy was

L A ERs HUD D L -der.. an Sialn41 She is a junior art student at Betty Jo Bishop (left). The:;wedding took place at Annistonlast fitted recently and lowe with,.. Josh a set was of THESE YOUNGSTERS ere ........ 4. feet km .:

I ....N. .Melt iMwke r.nNktalp..a' aad Sea. O'ell'r Newcomb College. Her father week. Barker was .arrested again Tuesday on a perjury _uppers also'born without sweat glands.He Ohio river ice 1 fern piled up Im "... e4CcmfMny a ke e4 .... feeaie liP
........ ..l.Saar.lrll t. tabttM. Thrff $ ( u..t ra..r.; iDstrvttidb..e1 la first vice president of the charge growing out of statements: ) ads in obtaining thni rCannon. has. a hard time keeping! : plant n.an. .*.e below CMs.sam+M TW to* pins .e*
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I'I' 1> L- I The two great weather making A '- II tliD_ td.m !

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**. CWIer fcu CM awl SuniMKlaaf I Chapter IION case won't be .: : I i :The ,door"'.opened 'and a face t ',; ONaluAHAST> i ieaeal
"x. rt..... awthveel w11ds. the comer Red stopped and -or'fireworks." I[I'that leaped across large, thick- ii
U .Nrttw**! that afterrUiw of air like Jigger, sipped his lensed glasses,pinned him ";OWJ'1.'
ar.aa re.M .* *'.t winds I pIped draufhta a Then "What do you want* She was H
....... man coming out of immersion. huh'" : "Let's. get wearing a housekeeper. apron: i .ran
...g1l...: few ih-wro a rerINtfe Then sputtering. "It's no good. Just for the' 'I .Td like. to' see Mrs. ,Blame 1 m 'to 4+. t r .
fwtMi today M.| aver Jif ger. I age twice as fast in your bloodlessly still Fowler." "* 0VTt00A WIETiNI ILI"1 1
Pace i b too hectic for me." .. The..face"scored :
,5etaea titan .n_ oth- society. none of our second, down '
rM f.rljr ,l..Hy weather A comradely pat on the shoulder A fond pat from on him. before he, advanced: aninclu.She's ; t'MttnmtlmltPrecision :

theta. |VM7. Cfefctrr noHH purIt bent Red forward. go events.nose of ar the und..Red. ,I''' day.. seeing. .nobd.Good. j l' .. wI 4 engineered for. style. ) ..4 ....t y haft .srtatiJf I
., CWbfcf central" and YouTl survive chum." Our Ij I II I .
teat room when Healey Jigger rjsk-ji a foot oA the j from sheet aluminum.
Mrtfc partwM tM...M std Sun I Jaunt through' the Belvedere was Rundown those threshold l :-Sorry to intrude this Enamel finish te linked>> on .in Uttered .**..
W. N masterpiece" of timing -, -coffee: Maybe..you' I i way:but it's in'.the nature of of .
,*>rijMivttt this the fnriAaetwtt : a clue."' 1 ficial business j ; .. I
It I'm. amrtlwflvImfc wiMge I Jigger led the way onto a drug, Red was '-Mrs.Fowler has no official.
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*.*..4 n wet. .. ,troth. !, couple star fountain of lime tool cokes: Over-Red.a pushover do with all the free business.. Third "down.- 3 The face was amputating for j
,term ersmtls.. petrw inks s>ft* hunch the two- '. JIitm
sit wbsts your on after nailing the : I his.; leg from knee to
Wa... an i..itt' LmtEMe. and rarer"" I front war against Pop Healey. Jigger grinned. .foot... ,-.-?.__ I'
itaat. gttttsAal CAM .......... Few I I Gulping. "Search me. And it's background of -Madam'why don't you-go'ask . 1 .iie Yo"I- I
t*..M< May, ejOwtwawKrr ,.nl)' I still none. of your business."_ Puncture the, I Mrs: Fowler Seeing me nqw ,TEXAS STUNT RIDER-One of the feature riders vnth the
......,, I -Will you stop that monotonous myth. The woman might" spare' her a let of.future',- r' ROOM:and Thrill Show at Municipal Stadium here today andtomorrow 1..1...
roots somewhere. grief.
chant and concentrate. Someone'smade is Harold'George. of El Paso. Texas. who is pictured
lRP F two attempts ,on Heater's quiz the witness, I It was no go. Better extricate ;
r life within ,the space of a few Mrs. Fowler.; his foot from the narrowing corridor aboTe? doing one of his specialities, the "Death Drag". Next per I l
West, n*, r.*. 1 II. l It ti I hour This afternoon's target through, well meet in time :Jiggerput his formaaco is .at..*:30 this eremng. The western extravaganza'Closes .. .\p INiI t then 1 aeeesslIl..lel.
.tiA t4. at Cnjr Office.AM practice cancels out the most ob- roads Cafe Now' get [weight the door and managed tomorrow'with, a 3 P.M. matinee and aa'1:3D o'clock .' -
vious analysis of the. .jury, roomposontng.nor Red went about : to widen the space and light wore :.howiiS.t: night.. '.' ..
S lmi CST I with the esprit de behind tie' thick",len A H.9Vve ..... I Red looked blank.. "Cancels out., Volga boatman. : ThepaU'ie: !hung ":bet; een glasses.them .-.. ,. -.-..'.....!.::..:.:.-----..-:.. -- -- =--- -- -
11... ..ertf. a I what analysis" I like; a tug .of j war when a:'voice f Polar.climates''' ire dry becausethe ,t __ Jnila.....ertn'MI. ,Hell.

I.. ;:I "Simply; that the maximum JIGGER(: made a I from somewhere.the< '"inside. the' .house- cold: *it.' E t t11ad molt vat ton behind the poisoning across filled pause. .. '
= .,. was to force a mistriaL Get Fowler phragm running a. The VOIce'waSarrestinglX 'musicaL ,luret-? k : i
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j a breather by. an eleventh frantically,thumbing: Today'i ."Who,u-it. Bsrtha'i \ : i I ........
hour elimination of a juror. Nothing ger lit into the Bertha said;."Ainanr'.hervaoee;; : :. WE j ;
14 ...... ... sera.Mee the sex,, ,*'''-. :_ '' '
him- At Scarsdale he pillorying '
personal I against Healey .
>tel .."..> _T. .... ..1t. figuring on that basis any Imperial.a block : I "Whv don you l Jerhjm'm!" '. S. Q"''THEATRE. l' II// .
j> rt.ir. its arras h Afiaj bm' of the twelve good men and ,true Fowler house. He; I Silence. "Bert3a Vop6 look 01 ow-Showing .1'
....* tMf I.II isn. initht've. suddenly found them- specks off.his suit, : exasperation;/:Hied;*janked. they': .> i. ; ", PROTECT YOUR I HOME() PROM()
rasa hat ...>> .... ..-| bedded down in hospital. over the tops 'of. i door open suddenlj-lger, dived l. GOOQ.NEWS Peter. Lawford J 'tB1S 4
.at_ K.dJilVN .. Rifht- : groomed his face forward.r"Follow 'm%.' to".'V- ,, t JunelAlson:Starting-'Sunday: 1 Yo eUT e 114\14: IIIIIKH ,lilts. .
Fed' said."Uh, huh. handkerchief edge c.
*M-.JLM.TJ That second attempt on Hea-< block walk. She led Jiggep-upiifshort: : 'flightiof'stairs "TlilLONGNIgHT'; : 0" e lUJKU...\KS .HIM
.I.,. however<< points up both attrmpU The Fowler home that'connected the.main rand 'Henry} Fotoda and !
a..- as individualizing He ley.. column: ar-colomil. upper-"stories i ,9$,',ihe, small Barbara'Eel'Geddcs: QuickIYMONROE FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL No. 4 M i Wtttt
11M U*.tl A M AM.&ff Someone wants--Kim knocked off. proportioned; and I house.,, There;.*f ''the. top ,of the;, I CIrearon
J" 'H.1If....ti clapped Red on the'back vigorously ly turned into : was the Voice- 'marooned. .',in; a ble prc.{
iti.te.. 1e2.: .a. '. "There's'our Job cut out Jigger worked a ,I.wheel chair.; t
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