The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 9, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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).

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100 percent increase in the
tigating government .f t the 14 men in the vehicle. number of Navy vessels that will
said to have had inside He grabbed the box and threwit (By AM* late. Frew) be stationed at Key West Itapl
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.-Government -
tion in speculating in out of a bus window. The box Base, it was announced toeSjXbt"
j officials disclosed today Naval headquarters here. i
cago grain markets, % struck a sidewalk and blasted a that four long-range submarineswere By Sunday night there will be
Pauley's profits form big hole in it. Force: of the explosion among the 15 warships this 12 submarines seven destroyers
during and since raised the bus off its country has supplied Turkey and four destroyer-escort ships "-
amounted to $4 million eI + I'since $100 million was granted here. This represents an ilimaMi
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mated in his testimony two ,Arabs were slightly in i Each of the submersibles is 312 two destroyers and two destroy :
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a soldier were craft torpedo
The other war are their into the Submarine
$4 million in their wounded and Jewish tiP '\\ repboto) way
a woman boats and mine sweepers Base today. They came here ;
speculation.He was killed by a bullet from a rifle I I ,,PRESIDENT TRUMAN stands before a joint session of Congress from Christobal and are here for
explained that he ,I I (\\lrepholo) fired by a British soldier. I in the House chamber at Washington and asks: the congresmen Fort St. AreaFlooded ,an extended training period.
testimony on reliable !,, Number of killed in Palestine individual The USS Cutlass, another sub-
to enact a "Cost of Living" tax cut of $40 for every
tion given hun by RAYMOND EICK (left) of Trenton. N. J. co-pilot of a chartered -
since November 29 wa annouc- in thePresident's marine, is expected here later in
who were in a position I I Coastal Airlines passenger plane. is helped aboard a rescue ed today as 633. < taxpayer and each dependent. The request was made the day. also from Christobal.The .
what they were talking I I boat after the airliner crashed in a marsh near Savannah Ga_ State of the Union address. TodayMen [ USS Greenwood and the
I Seventeen of the 26 aboard killed '
Stassen Wednesday. -
stated persons were ------ -- --- - ---- USS Coolbaugh destroyerescorts -
other government 1 I' -----. Dec. Warmth were today cleaning out arrived here yesterday and
whose names have not (See Page 7or Additional Pictures of the Mane Wreck Date For the city drainage ditch near the now are tied up at the old Craig
mentioned speculated in Postpone dock.
Three Electric
and nine were injured. Frank Rossiter (right), reporter for the Degrees i power plant of the City Also arriving today was the
Savannah Morning News assists the co-pilot. AU but one of !i, Company because the drain fill- USS Petri, a submarine rescue

Bishop Wing I the passengers were Puerto Ricans from New York en route to Above Normal] : Automobile ed and water began backing up vessel, but she will proceed later '
Canal Zone
their homeland. Giving into the low cost homes occupiedby today to the Panama ...
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after unloading some freight
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usual in Key West, according t. : Robert Dopp, director of the ,Conn.It .
Church CITY SEEKS PERSON a monthly report issued today by II i'i AwayToJaouary31 Service Department said was also announced that
!i the local weather Bureau. CapL Willard A. Saunders. USK, I
FJemlDJ'I The maximum mean for the I that persons living in the neighborhood commanding officer of the Submarine '
Episcopal: Bishop Wing ] month was 78.1 as comparedwith t I I! () I1\IEUE\ ; CIJAMBERSEEDS throw things into the Base .wrfi leave Monday
diocese of Southern WHO IS DUMPING OIL. normal of 74.8 :: and and New lAetioft
a and the ditch. 'C 'n water backs for Washington
whose headquarters;\ are } minimum !I ) : ( () TO ADCIZECHX .- .. *ity arid ** -
mean was 63.5 as compared Issue $3,000 floods the"territory.. Much of the for:: .temporary 4
lando. will an' !
pay !> to the normal( 658.; Av- I !.a
-.....'on St. Paul's Church.. .. :. -JN-- .SEWAGE -SYSTEM tr.rnf'Wt'_ ..wiwJaSthrreTje3 J -j-. fi IFor,>- "-i : '.tIrl1I"ArJJ.'I: '\ :.) \ dater comes 'from tRs Al+otb dine aosratioai.. f* '
S I r""" 23.,Ihe'ReV.r: ", : !t. ft grces above;; the 703 normal for j i : cooling systc UI of the Electric pack January 29. rS

nell,.rector, announced l t, ............. December wi Key West -J CompanyTemperatures. ,
at the meeting of,the .' -- i Oily Wastes! Clog rains Rainfall i for the month was In order to n ise a fund of $3. t
in the rectory. t' ] unusually light, only ,46 of an j i k: Worth $ ; to finance the proposed Kev -- 1 CityEmployrs
The Rev. ; And Stt'pI'untps' >> ; IVac-: kI $t advertising and pubheuv .
Urges Banning 1 inch compared to a normal of!1 I I ...
announced his 1 ) I 167 A total of $37,500 schedule! for this -p;- Vole \
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lire J1 I the utfmobiJf; that Ix-mr Monday
Milton H.!; Sawyer as J' Against I'liinibing Highest velocity of wind dur-)I construction was n. l'i 7.33 A.M. \ELS.T. ,
den of St. Paul's Church. Political Play away by the Chamber of '.
j December '' .'
miles five
1 I- ing : was an building permits
Code will be postponed un ,
the vestry J hour from the northwest on the J''I : i'' 1 I. AU '.ty ppkyes will vote.
day by Building d .
January 31, it was ann unc Station- .p.
Godd Trevor H"d., junior clerk of warden the ; Helping Europe:I:. City officials were looking to- 21st of the month Average pos- Sawyer .''_ by Chamber officials. I'' Atlanta __ n' \.._.i, .:;r2:: on Dlonu, i;J'ot:. bard three, tnel4rlne(' the rsp
Sam Goldsmith, day j for the man or the firm that sible sunshine was 62, six poinU I t I 'William T-> ) : To dale ticket sales' on tl' Hilling: _. __. t _._ :_' rS..;3Brmingharn of an-- adti- c : aJ'.AIifIl'.ed fr '
11'1 Inv .Ike 4.elatra Prr.., i| has: been dumping burnt oil into below the normal of 68 ing a two-story $14.)' ( have fallen fit! :,h"1 I ._.._... l .__.. f,4Bistnank pension fuOd.wes ,Vldor,
block residence at the the amount necessary! to fi- .. _____._ ....u___ _. __ :a today by City \
Faraldo ( WASHINGTON, Jan 9-Senator the'scwdge s>>oteni and clogging e the pmJram. I Ekr..tonL.._ .. 31 Low e.Fulls.
Olivia and Georgia -- n'
Carl Hatch of New Mexico drams and stopping the sewage Eddy Completes I Fred 'C. Frohock. i The three-point program thai> Buffalo _____..______ 36 at city haD v.ill be pm
today pleaded with Republicanand I been contracted for mtlud p' ____ 1_ A com-
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disposal : from 8:30w: m. to p.
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$3 000 concrete
In Airport i i Democratic senators to for- Efforts Leaves i an giant billb-wird\ -' to L Iw ron Chicago __.___ __h_.__ 34 mittee consisting of ("ha r W"
! get party politics in .the consideiation tines and imprisonment await dpnre in eynolds ( on Highway No 1 north Corpus Christi ___ .- -.... .m 63 Roberts city comptroller. r..ob-.
of legislation for the ic- 'those found to be placing this Eugene B. Eddy who i j Maurice Franklcl Miami. The boards di e *>r Denver __.__.___._ .. 30 3 director of the Pu .L':
was in
George Faraldn. building of Europe gaseous oil into tmV; sewer lines the ; the affairs of I nvi,- Detroit ..__u__._ ___h_ -_ 36 ert Dopp v
Faraldo Flying Service at 't He said that cooperation of I officials said city closing deuce in South !' ion for motorists to visit tI r- El Paso ___ _._mu.______ ... 37 Service Department; Poll
the today. .
Field said city the USO lecreation center at I Chief Joseph Kemp John Rob .
am ; today i Bert A. Roberts is .
memers of uolh parties should j I cilv Ft. Worth .. _ 55
not opposing the' ,. be 100 cent, even thqugh Section :57 of the plumbing Jackson Square completed hs; ; $4500 frame I A tourist information render a, Galveston tQ erts representing the Fire DP-

Harry Pritchard by the : this is an per election, year Help] for I code' of the) City of Key West work late yesterday and left by: I Angela strtetP I 4;) Biscayne Bo'ilevrfrd in Mi,. Jacksonville -- -. .- -__.._-. .__ _. 37 partment and Lowe arranged the ,

Commission Tuesday Europe, he declared, should not spiritually: states: airplane for Norfolk Va.', where I R Roberts K: where'::rs in that r it' Kansas: City _h____'___'_ .._ 33 election .
manager of the airport ; be made a party issue; neither I "No person hail make or his family lives. I COO)() cabinet shop in visit to secure Key West J1.* KEY WEST ______.._. 66 The city employees may t !
I "It is rumored around : should to maintain any connection with Eddy expects another assignment -,800( Caroline street I ands ;nryrmat1) Key West Airport ___.___mu 65 for any other member of the municipal -
that a number of clubs i, either'party consideration try profitout of any public or private sewer or with the Army and Navy t set uP. M>ovp fhp b 'i':.1 Los Angeles ___._.....______ 0? workers:;;, Lowe ..aHm
I ganizations are opposing (i of the thereof, whereby Department of the YMCA and I will b* s:>n pl! >rfr;" Louisville ____ -... _._.n.. W
, ard' appointment.." said : measures designed to rehabilitate -I I appuitenance there l>e coveyed into the will wait at hu: Norfolk home ..*....r._*.. G-. I (' sign urging pa-s'inff mo "t Miami ....__-h- .' .. 55
: "Some people,are attr ] the 16 ,European countncs may: and pedestrians tj visit Kr;' 2
I opposition to me. I I that will receive aid under the I I same any suffocating, corrosive, until"I it arrives. I' TWINS! ,: .... Memphis Minneapolis; 54 ." ) W \ I IT l945 DODGE
enjoyed my stay in Key CVlLjLj
told them that I am I Marshall Plan. I inflammable#' explosive liquid .lfet!>.* 94rrv. Fiftv thousand "r;M'fff.n; ; l f"' New Orleans. .. '" 1 i Door Sedan
tral"and want nothing :, It would be disastrous Sen.I I ;Continued On Page Six) West l leaving tremendously,: "I was ,really said sorryto Eddyon i Auttt Rejoin, I dc';riibinp the citv pre hem', Vew YOlk ... :3": 1946 PLYMOUTH. 4 DR. SEDAN

with ifPALACE i Hatch asserted. for political ................ e go believe me." I Body and ; (Continued From I'"x) N'oifolk 41 Opposite
wrangling to delay or to curtail ; fRESCRIPTIONS rrjrllT:: :I lr..._ *... Part. Clmr1p"C Oklahoma City 3?' NAVARRO, Inc Bus station
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"Alone the Oregon Poor 177 Free Delivery Species of Mounted Game Fish d San Antonio fi DINNER
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Also Steaks and Chicken Dinners I 1JT Tampa 4; I I to 9o'Clock 5180|
'II and Regular Dinners at The World's Washington 41' .

BATTERIES New, Modern Home-Like Popular Prices I I Charcoal tleawa5 I JUUI.lICUUIS: ;

I The Modern t Rooms, Each Wills Our Come New and Setup Give.-Us Best A Trial in Town With ALL DOGSMust ...1--_ -,' .-.; -H. .' ..\;,. from $25.00 Weekly

i 1 Dri jour. In car In can 30 to b*45 oa 1l Its i Private; Math BOYS KEY WEST AUTO PARTS Open at7A.M.tolOP.M.Daily and Sunday j j'f:I Be Tagged NOTICE I PERKY LODGE)(;
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xcluslTly entitled
toe little about t-art mtrato program cltangw can. I Hb4ect- t* the right of the Trustees j t Hook I. Page Mainland. Plat I>-k I. Pace '
.- for reproducUon of all new rtlinir s credited granted. We talk good ... to Included. 'e/ the Internal Imprvrement Fund dana Mainland Plat Through This Daily
'to It 174, Section C. 114. Section 5-
: or not otherwise credited In tkia >
Bai> r. and
.:'Qo the local: BCWB pat ltohd H r times ,while; 'periencixithern( ; but w; discUSS ,.to reject any and all bids at Ito'clock theCourthouse 254 9 1933. Lot Sqr. :'. ... 1.13 1 33.: Lot 2 !*qr. 4*. 'r.ln- BIBLICAL BULLETIN
V beginning at : ciana Mainland. PUt Hook 1. ciana Mainland Plat Itnnk 1. Proc :
.t5CB.U"T10: RLTt.3 them: iqu Tiftfcfcrlhey:' are FRIDAY, JANUARY 9 A, JL tanS the 13th day of 174. Section k. .in-I 1,4. Section
.Vic, Year $1" S.S-$ February 194S. UH' It::. Lot 4 Sqr. :', 17 4 133: Vx>t 3 E=qr. 46. r ln- OPPORTUNITY FOR

.'x Months _ _ _ 1.00 thing of the past. VV : Eveulag I Outside of municipalities easement I cUna Vatnland. Plat H.iok I. Page clans )Mainland Plat Book I. Page LASTING PEACEIn
V : for road right of way 20* feet t
"* eo Months 2.75 t* -Xnr a Ke ert. IS Uta.-nbNevscaxt 174. Section C. 174. Section 5.
alb) loath L0V How often ,hve we ta1k4( about the Every Day-cb wide will be reserved from any 25471 193X Lot 5 Sqr. ::'. }>fln- h 133. Lot 4 S';jr. U. Poinj j
V ( Network; Silent Hour-abc-eact parrel through which there is an clans Mainland Plat Honk 1. page riana Mainland Plat Uook I, Pare ; ,
:'b: -- .25 boom, days of 1924-25! Until today we Kiddies Hour (repeat)-abc-wet existing state road. As to all lands I I.f. Section C. V 174, Secti&n a. these hectic days of turmait.

Network Silent fl hr.)-.mbs- atKiddles title to one-half of all petroleum 25472 In::. Lot 1 Sqr. 4t. Polnciana 21S29 1>23.: F...t 5 Sqr. 46. Pmn-. As we tn- to do what's right.
V .... Jtado- ADTOKTISWG RATES h ar occasionally Jremarksabput those Hour (repeiD-mbs>wet and three-fourths of other mistral I Mainland. Plat Book I. .'age dana ;Mainland. Fiat I-*;; 1. I'-r. I, '
wa on Application We met by clashing nt '".
.. *:1S-Sports: MUSIC Time-nbe will be rrrerred.9S3 174.' Section 1. I:f. Section 5.2547C V are .
years :when the "sky was 'the.limit". in the United Nation E port-cbs -1933. Lot 1. Contents Key.I 25473 1933. Lot 2 Sqr. 4.. Poin- ItU Lot I S
; V ....87ECIAL..ticCarda NOTICE! >: -To Bo Anu1Ice4-cbs-eaat s.-. S. Tw6 Re. 2S-14% Acre clans Mainland Plat };...>k 1. Pate riana :Mainland lint IS:..ok 1. l-arr V Yet Isaiah warned the faithful
of thaska, r sol>Uona of real estate.
All prices Lam It Abner I.f. Section '. fit. Option C. i
rea.dlnty repeat- DS-west 41St U::. Loin 1 to 4. Contents
t ;: 7Upeet. oWtue. ,.noticee.of = :- : e. will be Key West is now riding' on the crest 1:45 V -Newscast by Three-nbeLowell V Key. .Sec. 9, Twp. 11. Re. % -14",4Acres. dana 25474 Mainland 1933: Lot Plat 3 Sqr.Hook 40.I. Poln-Page, dana 25477 Mainland 1SS1. Lot: Plat 2 Sqr Book 41.1. P Paxv 4n- ,,' That a people free from !!in"
tMrg.d for Thomas foren'r.Comes '
t VoIti *4"_ t kr ck.trcho. from (repeat 11)-eb 'And a peace<< secure
174. Section C I I2547k
114. Section 6.
"Noticea ii, iriK" deriTed are 5 *nt. a 11_ of die wave of prosperity. That was indicated 700-Supper Chub-nbc-bartc 985 "3:. Lots 1 to *, Content 25475 1933. .Lot 4 Sqr. 4*. Poinciana 1'::. I....t 3 SofT. 41. Pninriana I from richteoucacMwithin
'A,& :cS"i"iS: S"" forma aD4 Jutt.. < Th. Benlab Show eb KeyS Sec. 1*. TspC 5. R I Tv.ion of public Lames J d.agbJK1s or local or whi n the local post office reportedin Ne... and Commentary :!. 174. Section C. 1... Section o. C

bat It w t11 IhOt p1lblieb o.7IDOUS Fulton Lowis. Jr.-mbs 90S' U:::. Lots 1 and 2. Contents I lt>73 1933. Lot 5 Sqr. 40. Poiaciana 25479. ISIS: lot 4 P ir. 41. P.ln- .F
: 1 =10j.ntereit. The Citizen that the sale of stamp stock hIS-News and C.mment-nbe Key Sec. 15, Twp. C;. Re. 2 5-22 Mainland. Plat hook. I. Page riana Mainland I'lat flunk I, fxfr I\ For Details Read: .
Jack Smith and Son*-<* Acres. J.t. Section C. 1T4. Section 6. |

... for last December was f 3945.02 in excessof X Daily.wo:ConnnealUT-abe Dinner Datm"- 90S7 19JJ. Lots 1 to 5. Content 23.01 1933. Lot 1 Sqr. fll, Poinciana 2549 153. Lot 5 Sqr. 41. Poin- I, Isaiah 32:17 (76)

the ceipis'in December- 1946. Ke>. See. I.. Twp. c 5. R". 21-122Acres. I Mainland. plat Hook I. Pare dana Mainland. na hook t. Page !
i. :U4PROVEMEIITS FOR KSY WEST r 7:30-The Howe Party-nbe 174. Section S. 174 Section 6. I
"; 'Overseas Road Bob Crosby's Club-cbs 25592 1933. Lot 2 Sqr. 4C. ....In- 14142 U:33.: Lot 1 Ar. :. 1>xed.. I Publishers-The Monthly Booklet
Now comes the and U:::. Lot !5. Sqr. 5. TuxedoPark. :
.. ADVOCATED: BT THE C1UZLN Loss Ranker tyrama-abHenry 1417 dana Mainland, Plat Itaiok 1, 1'dge Park No Name Key. Plat ,M...wV 1.
Toll Bridge District with its report of collections J. Taylormba:4SKaJtenbom No Name l'ey.: Plat Book 1. 174. Section C. lags 134.: i -Enjox Your Bible"
'-c' Comment'* Page 134. Tuxedo 35503 1933. Lot 3 Sqr. 46.' Poin- 14143 1;3X Lot 9 .* r. 5, TaxedoPark.
: Ed Morrow News-obs 1418r IU:. Lot C Sqr. clans Kook 1. i..ela. No Name Key. Plat HoOt
Apa.'teia1- last month compared with Mainland. Plat
: L gore HOtei3afld as Sports Comment-mbs Park. No Name Key. Plat Book I. Section C. Pare 134 TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS

,; X".-'Beach and Bathing l' .vUiaD. those in December of 1946. Last month's IOO-Paul Lava!!. Melody-nbo. Page 14189 134.1933 Lot 7 Sqr. a. Tuxedo 3554 1 33.: Lot 4 Sqr. 4C, Poin- 2062 193: :. Lot 8 S<)r. 4$. p. lDriana 1'1
Fanny Brie Comedy-ct>a dana Mainland Plat Book '. Page Mainland plat lOok 1. l (Know America)
3 3.A.lrP rts-Land and Sev4"Consolidation Park. No :Name Ke>. Plat Hook 1,
174. Plaza
; collections exceeded former by $5,888 Fat Mao Detective abc 174 Section C. Section
:- of Count}. andII Burl lre Recorded-mbw Page 134. I S. Tuxedo X5545 1933. Lot S Sqr. 4C, Poin- 203 132. Lot 9 Sqr. 4*. Vice Admiral Emory S. Land
: which is a,corroboratlon of the post office .:! -Alan Dile Sbow-mtf Park.Jute No 1932.Name Key.Sqr.I'lat Book 1. dana )Mainland plat Hook 1, Page clans Mainland. Plat nook I. poMn-1 retired wartime head of the U.
City.-Governments.S. 174. Section *. Ii t. Plaaa Sf't'tion.
I! Community Auditorium. report, showing that business is much bet :30-Danny Can Ton Thomas Top Show This--nbe cbs: Page 771 134.4933. Lot 9. Sqr. 1. Oceanheights 2 751 In::. Lot 1 Sqr. 1. Pcin- 2&U un Lot 10 Sqr. 4*. Poin-i S. Marine Commission now president -

." This Is F.B_ Drama-abc Plat Book elena Mainland Plat Book 1, Page clans Mainland. Plat Book 1. Pageli4. > .
No Name
Kej of the Association
j I ter now than it was a year ago. Leare It to Girls. Unest-mbs I 1. Page 75. A5-454. 174, Section 1. Plaza ection: i iTRUSTEKS
20752.. 1933. Lot 2 Sqr. 1, Poin- OF TUB INTERNALSJMPROV1MRNT ; born Connectieat'
of: the bridge 8:5S-FlTO Minute News-cbs 772 r933.: Lot 1* Sqr. 1. OceanHeights. clans FUNI, OP THB i I I in ,
Eveay department report Mainland. Plat Book I. Page
Plat Book
Silly Roso Comment No Name Key.
I 69 ago.Edward
17 4. Section 1.2075J STATIc.J. FLORIDA years
I in the 'rOO- People Are Funny-nbeilonranAmecbeLanirford 1. Page ... A5-454. RO&Sl'SVTYER,
showed gains >comparative 1933 Lot 3 Sqr.) 1. Poin- By :
MONOGRAPH -cb 77< In:. Lot l. Sqr. 1. Ocean Monroe County. H. Griggs. noted lee
Mainland Plat Hook I. Page
Number of 4iastmonth Break the Bank-abc Heights... Name Ke>. Plat Hook Trustees I. I. Fund.
statements. passengers was ,- Gabriel ... .'..fU. 174. Section I. Agent turer-author. born in Owatemta
Ueatter Comment-tnbs I. Page ,
Z .if 1933. Lot 4 I. Pnin- Jan'.Uf8
.Folks .:. 1933: Lot 16 Sqr. 1. Ocean Sqr. V Minru 80
Dear : lll: jnorte than in December ofhepr&ViOUS :15-Real Life Drama-mbs hat Hook clans Mainland. Plat Hook 1, Pair years age.Chic

I .::: is still popular and t JO-Lyman Waltz Time nbo 1.Heights Page!; 75.No Name.\_-44-Key. 114. Section I. NOTICE T->DKR nrriTion Young, cartoonist creator -
The Rain Queen 'year, and the 'number of vehicles Ozzio and Harriett-cbs 20755 1933. Lot :i Sqr. I. Poin- '
14193 1'=1::. Lot 17 Sqr. 5. Tuxedo
of "BJondieborn in Ch .
:. ,powerful as,the bringer of rain in South : p.ssing over 'the. .bridges increased Information The Sheriff. Please Dr.ama.-a-mbs Park. 134.1420W Xo. Name Key I'lat Book 1. clans 174. Section Mainland.1. Plat lOok 1. Page! the undersigned IS HEF.EBY desiring' (ilVENthat to engage: cago 47 years ago.

: jMrica. In Americave have dry ice and '-M-n.- Iilut. Sports-abe Page IU:. Lot 18 Sqr. :5. Tuxedo enC IU:. Lot C Sqr. 1, Poin- in business' U n d e r the. : frtltl-* j
clans :Mainland. Plat Iloak I. Page Walter J. Donnelly. Ambassador
-Marathon Trailer Part. I -
10:00-Tbe Theatre Book I name |
2,873.Citl >ljstfry -nbe Park No :Name Key. put .
: later we will have the atom bomb to zen readers should bear in mind It Pay. to Bo IJDorant-cbs Page 134. 174.2147 Section 1133.1 Lot 1 Sqr. 33. Poin- Marathon. Florida. intend to rrr- \ to Venezuela born in New
inter .aid with
Boxinff & Sports Show-abc 1421 1933. Lot 19 Sqr. S. TnexdoPark. firtitiouK name
take over the job of Jupiter Pluvius. that the talk about good times that are Sleet tho PrCl Interviews-mbs No :Name Key. Plat Ifwk I. ciana 174. Section:Mainland.1. Plat hook 1. Page. the Clerk;; of the Circuit Court ...fMonroe t Haven. Conn., 51 years ago.

10:30-Bin Stern Sports Stotbe Page 134. : County, Florida.CHRIS Lieut. Gen. Lucian K. Trw-
21"4S 1933. Lot 2 Sqr. S3.::; Poin-
3 THE ORACLE. past getierally concerns regr t over not'having.ta Spike:; Jones :Show-cbs 1422 .,:1. Lot I* Sqr. ;. Tuxedo listed I..m.r III. 1t4.
clans Hook
Mainlan.i Plat 1.
Page :: I Jr. wartime commander ia
.. ,- Date rtlxht Snow-mbs Park No Name Key. PUt Book I. X. WILSON cott. ,
ken :advantage of them. That regret 10:45-Pro: and Con Talks nbe Page 134. 174.2149 Section 1933.I.Lot :3 Sqr. 35. P.,m- 11.:511G.. WILSN.SO1C" Owner. I I Italy, born in ChatfieW Texas

11:00-News & Variety 2 b.-nbe 27422 1933. Lot 1 Sqr. 98. Poin- clans Mainland. Plat H..ok I. Page tiff U- C. 1S4T Jan % '. 1948. 53
has to do losses which occur News. Variety Dance 2 brs.-ibs ciana Mainland.:! Plat Hook I. PagelIt 174. Section 1. ; I years ago.

"* BIG WHEAT CROP AHEAD boom in News and Dance HourDIMiu..a. : Section 2-A. 2I.5. n::::. Lot 4 Sqr. 35:: P..inciana Lester Market editor of th*

after every particularly the : Dance Band 2 brs.-mbs ciana 27423 Mainland.1933. Lot Plat 2 Sqr.Book n.1. Poin-Page Mainland Plat lfa.ok 1. Page; :MJT1CB I N. Y. Sunday Times born in
12.00-Dancing Continuedabc.estSaturday 174. Section I. Tb. annual meeting' of the share- |
realm of real estate. A good thought to :
I ::: public as 111. SectionA. 21 Oil::; It:::. Lot 3 $qr. 35.::; Pomriana ..f a The Florida National .: New Yoi k, 54 years ago.
9*. Poinciana
: 27424 In:. Lot 3 Sqr. -
'Because the' stress in that regard is that V "the sky is Mainland. Plat Book I. Page Mainland. Plat.Hook I. Page Bank at KeT West' will ho belU" in I Byrd E. Henderson' president
the 174. Section 1. the directors room of nail lank In i
:well as. producers, are interested! ifI' not the limit." I Summary I 187 27445 Section 1'1:::.2-A.Lot 4 Sqr 9*. poin- 21652 1933. Lot C Sqr. ::::;. Poin- the t'jtv of K.ypt. Florida on i of the Household Finance Corporation. .
the next growing I Time Is eastern standard for I clanS Mainland, lint Huok I. Page the 13th day of anuary. 1,.). at i, Chicago born in Lotus-
for Hook I. }
clans Mainland. Plat ; Page
-prospective wheat crop I central standard subtract ene hour I .. 174. Section 1. %:" ..' I"k I*. M, for the purpose j I
/ to call attention % for mountain standard two nours.SATUBDAT U:. Section 27f5 \ 2153: 1933.: Lot 7 Sqr. :Ii. of electing director i yule, Ky, 59 years ago.
it is interesting l. % 1933.: Lot 5 Sqr. 9*. P .ln-
II I' l season Advertising is a good sales insurance, dana Mainland. Plat Book 1. Pa'gel clans Mainland.. list look I. Page; reports of officers director and) Gracie Fields English aetret
forecast J7 f. Section 1 rommittfeF and taking action
to the jsomewhat, but it takes an alert, wide-awake mer- JANUARY' 10 .. ti..nA.. 2154 1933.: : Lot Sqr. 35::. Poin- thereon and for the disposition of j jttnch singer born 50 years ago.A .
27427 U:::. Lot 1 Sqr. 99. Poiniana i
that clans Mainland Plat Hook 1. Page ether Iusiness a. may lawfully J
'D Department of
Tof the <<<' Mainland plat Hook 1. Page .
chant to realize this. Morning 174. Section J. -.m. before the meeting; II I IDec.
V next will likely ex-' IOO-Th. V 187.. Section 2-A. 2155 1933. Lot 9 Sqr. ::0. ....In- 1.. 1947 large snake will destroy
: 'th wheat crop year Story Shop-nbc: 2742K 1933. Lot 2 Rqr. ". Poin- V
(ciana Mainland Plat H ok I. Page Signed) >
Tommy Bartlett; Hoar it* ciana Mainland. Plat Hook 1. lags more rodents than two or three
t f "4. Section I. Tres-li'ent fc Cashier.decIZ1S2G.194.janlS.
=ced one V 1. VERY ':15-Soncs For rou.-c s f 5 187. Section 2-A.
; "THEIR LIVES AT STAKE" : t 2154 113::. Lot 1* Sqr. 35. Poin- i iUS cats. i

.,: V In only' four,yfear'S;*has production- 1.30-Coffeo With Congress-nbetO I 27429 Mainland.1933. Lot Plat a Sqr.Hook' 99.1. Poinrlnna I'arp.I clans Mainland. Plat Ihiok I. Page -- .;.
174. Section I.
JOO-Frank Merriwell Drama-nb e
ceededlthw: fa ure>jjAek5! appen to .be the U. S. :;avy Eandabc10:30Archlo I in 7. Section 2-A. 99 2157: 1933. Lot 11 Sqr. :.. Poin-
Speaking about the peoples of west- 27430 193X: Lot 4 Sqr. Poin-
clans Mainlaml. PIt hook I. Page
I Andrews Drama
< -nbo I clans Mainland. Plat Book I. PageIs
': l last foUt.yeSrs/From'1$36 to 'l >45rtheT ; : Mtry 1_ 174.. Section I ; f
Taylor TaU-cbs
:: 'ern.,Europe, who are willing to cooperate Piano Play"oilse--abe I .. Section<< 2-A. ?lOs 1933.: Ji..ot: It Sqr. 33:: '
I 27431 1933. Lot 5 99. Poin-
l crop >V4QY slightly upder 90tOqpooo 'withTthe United States despjte.Russia's: aversion uzark Valley I Fuikmb.i15OV1Iest I dana Mainland Plat Sqr.Hook 1. Page clans :)Mainland Plat Hook; I. Page
"" + 174. Section I.
; bushels//-! <" the MeVekSV.tIbVcCVeews I J\lhf i..ti: 2-A. 24937 1933Lot: 1 $ ". Poiryelana
; qr. -
to the Marshall 1 plan Alf M. Lan- : Lef Pretend-cbs: :. Lot I Sqr. t.. Poin- Mainland.I Plat K.->k 1. Pa&
% '' rrtlie.'op) ,yield turns out as well as Abbott & CoateUabc dana Mainland. Plat Hook 1. Page 174. Section C.

don, former governor of Kansas, says 11M-Smllin* Ed McConnell-nbo I 18,. Section 2-A. 24938 1933 Lot 2 Sqr. I. Poin-
the present forecast indicates,the country, To Bo Announced.-cbs 274IS 1933. Lot 2 Sqr. 97. Pom. dana Mainland. Plat Hook. 1. Page
"those Land of the Lost abc dana Book
people over there are sticking out Mainland. Plat 1. Page 174. Section C.
continue abnormal- Tsy It With Music-mbs Ill. Section
will be in position to 2-A.
T a 24939 1933. Lot :3 Sqr. X. poin-
: their necks" and 'their very lives are at Afternoon I 27419 IU:. Lot 3 Sqr.; 97. Poin- dana :Mainland plat Hook 1. Page
; .. lyheavy exports to ':shortage areas inv riana :Mainland. Plat Hook I. Page .
12:00: -Theater of Today-cbs 14. Section C
stake. He adds.
ought to know I 187. Section 2A.
they 2494 J9::::. Lot 4 Sqr. I. poin-
1947 it is estimated Junior Junction-abc
other countries. In 2742 1933. Lot 4 Sqr. 97. Poin- .
t I dana Mainland Mat 1".11. I. Pagel4.
what they can count on. 12:30-Tho Homo Program-nb dana Mainland. Plat l Hook I. Page Section C.
the United States sent abroad somethinglike Stars Over Hollywood: -cbs: 1H7. St>t'tinftA..
24941 1933. Lot :5: Sqr. *. Poin-
Mr. Landon is against projecting our I American Farmer-abe 27421 1933: Lot 5 Sqr. 97. Pom- ,
500,000 busheH_ wheat. Next year, i (light Into the Past-nibs .. dana Mainland. Plat Book; I, Page dana 174. Section Mainland*. flat H..k i. Page
assistance to Europe on a temporary or 1:00-Farm and Home-nbe is.. Section 2-A.
2494C 1933: tot 11 X. Pom-
but something like 300- I
ifthe.crop pans Grand Central Drama-cbs "I 2782 1933. Lot 1 Sqr. 34. Poin- .
clans Mainland, Plat lOck I. pare
? yearly basis. He wants I
Congress put U. N. Assembly Recordings-aba clans Mainland. Plat Book; I. Page .
-V 000,000; "bushels could be spared ,for ex I Luncheon Inteniewmba1:30Veteran. I 187. Section 2-A. 1.1..rti..n 6
the whole solid 26471 193X: : Lot IS Sqr. 13. Poin-
program on a basis to
: reassure erle.-nbe 2783 1933. Lot 2 Sqr. 34. ...tTI-
with dana Mainlanc Plat Hook J. Page
port. This compares average exports the democratic elements County Fair :btunts: .-cbs ciana Mainland. Plat Book I. Page 174. Plaza !>ertion2C472 .
of the
V.: of 100,000,006 bushels in the decade before nations Our Town Speaks-abc 187. Section 2-A. 1933. Lot 19 Sqr. 13. .Poin-
involved.We Band Show-mbs 1933. Lot 3 Sqr. 34. Poln- dana Mainland. Plat Hook 1. Pare
1:45 clans ainlan<1. Plat Book 1. Page -
the war. -News of Overseas-nbe 174. Plaza Section
'- agree with Mr. Landon but there 2:00-Music For Moment-nbe 1S7. Section 2-A. :264J; 1,,33. Lot 20 Sqr 13. Poln-
27085 1933. Lot 4 :34. Poin-
; In taking note of the present outlook Give and Take Quiz-cbs Sqr. dana Mamlant' Plat Hook I. Page
to be considerable dana Mainland. Plat Book I. Page ,..
seems disinclination in Metropolitan Opera 3 brs.-abo 174. Plaza x-tion n' : '
0:i one should not overlook the fact that Dance Half Hour-mbs lIIi. Section %-.\. 2 474 1S33 1.<.t 21 1 Sqr. 13. Pon-| ;
: Congress to do the whole job. Oppositionis 2:30-To Be Announced-nbc 7011' 1933.: Lot 5 Sqr. 34. Poin- dana Mamlanu. Plat Hook I. Page 'Cootl.J, ; Mr. Gotrocfr.; rm It< ; weather conditions will affect the crop. The Country Journal-cbs ciana Mainland. Plat Hook 1. Page 174. Plaza Section
'Trtamrt Top C.ncai.r
187. Section Family Suetp3ta\et in PepiC
rampant, among Democrats and Repub- To Bo Announced-mbs 2-A. 2475. U::::. Lot 22 Sqr. 13. Poinriana -
-* Severe winter weather might kill much 27087 .,::::1. Lot C Sqr. 34. Poin- Mainland Plat Hook 1. I'ape

: licans, and it will require a lot of pressure 3:00: -To Orchestras Be AnnouncedcbsTo of Nation-nbe dana 187. Mainland. .Plat Hook I, Page J:4. Plaza Section: a Look for hidden design under the cork in

.. gran. A Spring drodght could cut yields. Be Announced 1 hr.-mbs S..tlonA. 273: 4 1933. lot 1 Sqr 6.,. Poin- Pepsi-Cola bottle top.
V from the folks at home to get the Marshall 2784 1933.: Lot 7 Sqr. 34. Poln- dana Mainland Plat Hook I. Pace1S7 every
However favorable weather'and ample 3:15-Science dventuresb: ,, ciana Mainland Plat B.ok I. PagtIII. .
Section S2730i \ C Enter Pepsi's great$203fl.5"Treasuretcp'Swesistakcs
plan implemented.If 3:30-Cross Section U. S. A.-cbs V .. Section S"\. IU:. Lot 2 Sqr 69. Poincutna -
enhance and 27089 It::. Lot. 8 :34. Poin- and Contest e
rainfall might prospects pro- 4.-CO.-Doctor* Today-nbe Sqr. Mainland Plat K..ok 1. Page
*' the Marshall plan works, the combined Guest Band Stand-cbs clans Mainland. Plat Hook I. Page 11>7. Section :-.\. Every entry gets a Treasure Certificate for
:::- duce a bigger crop than is now expected. Sports Parade-mbs I 187 Section 2-A. 273w: ; 1933.: Lot :3 S<)r. C9. Pomciana Prize of
power of democratic peoples of the 4:30-Mnslcana nf Chicaro-nbo 2OIO 1933. Lot 9 Sqr. 34. Pointiana Mainland. Plat ltoa'k I. Page the big Family Sweepstake
world St. Louis Matinee-cbs I Mainland. Plat Book I. Page 17 ..I..nA.. $25,000.00 Cash.
will be greatly increased. 1S7. Section' 2-A.
In any To Bo Announccd-nJbs 2737 U::::. Lot 4 Sqr. C9. Poin-
MYSTERY OF THE PAST I 27091 1933. Lot 1* Sqr. 34. POln.I Collect and swap Pepsi Treasure Tops"..
test of 9.00-TomKnson! Comment-nbe dana Mainland. Plat Book 1, Page1S7. : GET ENTRY BLANK*
-:. CV strength, with communism or an- Philadelphia Orchestra Hour-cbs I dana 187. Section Mainland.2-A Plat Book I. Page S..U..nA.. ift font

..... other aggressive dictator, freedom will Tea and Crumpets-abe I 2792 U:::. lot 11 Sqr. 34. Poin- 2738: 1933.: : Lot :5 Sqr. C9. Poin- AT TOOII STOW .
archaeologist To Be Announced-mbs clans Mainland. Plat look 1. Page Long Island .V. Y.
An American returning dana Mainland. Plat Book 1, Page Pepsi-Cola Company Citf,
have its defenders and they will not all 5: -Chicago Orchestra be i 187.! Section %-.\. III:. s..U..nA.
: :.''to ,this, country after excavations in 5:34-1.. Herman Quartet-nbo 2793 1933.: : Lot 12 Sqr. :34. Poin %:341/ n:, Lot C Sqr. 6' Poin- Franchised Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Key West

be in the United States. To Bo Announced-mbs clans Mainland plat thank I. Page (ciana Mainland. Plat Hook 1. Page .. ..
157.! Section 2-A -- ----- -- -
Greece the discovery of the largest
5:45-Th. King Cole'Trio-nbe 187. Section 2-A. 2731: 1933. Lot 7 :;qr. C,. Poin-
Weekly U40 1933: : Sqr. A. Poln-
: circular building, ever found and cx- Commentan--abc dana Mainland. Plat Book 1, Page dana Mainland. Plat hook. I. Page
V International trade is more importantthan 174. Plaza section. 17 Set'tlonA.
presses the opinion that the structure uncovered TOIAY'SANNIVERSARIES 2fc911. In:, Sqr. B. Poin- 27311 1933. Lot (8 I Sqr. U. Poin-
international conferences and will <'dana Mainland Plat lOok 1. Page
c". dates back to two hundred B. C. clans 4. Plaza Mainland Section.Plat Hook I. I'agl"Ii 1>7. Section 227312 -.\.

do the peoples of the world more good. 26942 : It:::. Lot 9 Sqr. "'. Poin-
1933. Sqr. C Poin-
The building located near Corinth Mainland Plat Ifook I. PaKeIh7
dana ;
(Know America) dana Mainland. Plat Book 1. Page; Section 2-.\.

V was 500 feet ,long and 75 (feet wide. It 1724-Isaac Backus New "4. Plaza 1933.Section2fc943 = -. Sqr. P. Poin- Z7313 IS33. l...t 1* Sqr. U. Poin-
PLAN FOR HOUSINGA clans Mainland Plat Hook I. Page
I contains shops, most of which were fitted land Separatist and Baptist ciana 174. Pla Mainland.a Section.Plat Hook 1, Page 1X7 Section %-.\. '
27314: ::::. Lot 11 C9 Poinciana -'
I' Sqr.
-V with walls for refrigeration. In addi- clergyman noted historian and 2 442 1 33. Lot I $qr. 11. Poin- :Mainland Plat Hook I. Pa1J *.-

a.. plan to save veterans twenty per- champion of religious liberty an clans. Mainland. Plat Book 1. Page >7. Sti.n 227211 -.\,
\itidn there were sexteral taverns with 17+ Plaza section
indomitable spirit born 1933. lot 1% Sqr. C9. Poln-
cent on new homes is advocated: by the in Nor- 2 443 In:. Lot 2 Sqr. II. poin-
: dana Mainland. PUt Hook<< I. Peg.-
;- wine bars and marble tables, with "knuc- wich Conn. Died Nov. '20, 1806. l' ana Mainland. .Plat Book I, Page 17. Section :-.\.
American 174. I'laza.ti......
Legion which urges the government 1805-Charles E. A. Gayarre 1413 It:::. Lot S :Sqr. 2. Tuii-d.
.. kle bones", similar to dice. V 2595 In:. Lot i 5 Sqr. %:0. Poin- .
noted Park. No Name Ke> Plat Hook 1 I.
to make it possible for non-profit Louisiana historian her clans Mainland. Plat Book I; I. Page
Page Ufo
..: The archaeologist Professor Oscar foremost 174. Plaza Section
citizen his day. born in 14131 U::::, Lot 9 Sqr. 2. Tusedo
associations of veterans build 2fI0> U::::.
to or buy Lot 5 $qr. %:0. IVin-
New Orleans. Park. No Name JO-c Plat 4-Mk I.
:. Broneer, reports that an earlier excavation Died Feb. 11' dana Mainland. Plat Hook I. Pag
lo Page 134: Real
-cost housing.A 1895. 174. Plaza Section |
V 14132 n:::. lot 1 II) Sqr2.. Tuxt-d.
yielded the rostrum used by St. Paul 27412 .
1839 John 1933. Lot 1 Sqr. 9;.
bill has been introduced In Con- -- Knowles Paine dana Mainland. Plat Book I. Page, | ;ICE
when he appeared before the Roman Governor famed Harvard professor of music 187. Section 2-A. 1 U U O :::1. s s -1

Gallileo in defense Christianity. gress to authorize incorporation of veter- composer and organist born elena 23: "S 1913. Lot I Sqr. A.\. Poln- STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE | is
Mainland Plat Book I. Page
ans' '
groups'to finance housing projects by in Portland, Maine. Died April 174. Section 1. TRIUMPh I Guaranteed

If somebodwants to think over some sale of 25, 1906. 2306 1933. Lot. 2 Sqr. A.\. Poin- .
: government-gu ranted bonds paying ('tana.Mainland. Plat H...," I. page COFFEE3IILL I PURE .
the 1853
of the problems of past, he might -Carrie chapman Catt 174. Section 1. '

-V bestir himself in the effort to under- tax free interest. James F. O'Neil, na- pioneer in the woman's suffrage %20'7 uu, Lot 3 Sqr. A A. Pom- ,

tional commander of the Legion, estimatesthat fight advocate of world peace dana 174. Section Mainland.1. Plat Book 1. Page at I I Place Your Refrigeration I
stand how building of size
a .the described -
the program would cost,.the born in Ripon. Wis. Died st New 230 8 IU:. Lot 4 Sqr. AA. Poin-

by the professor could have been buried ment govern- Rcchelle N. Y. March 9. 1947. clans 174 Section;Mainland 1. Plat Book 1, Page All Grocers i ona

and undiscovered for more than two about $200,000,000' over a ten-year 1900 Richard Halliburton :99' 1933. Lot :3 Sqr. AA. Pomciana .Ra.uau..R ,i 1

thousnad years. What caused the buildingto for period its long-term andirequire financing.We a $2,000,000,000. fund born travel at book Brownsville writer Term.adventurer Lostat 174 boo Section Mainland lU::. Lot 1. Plat Je Sqr.hook 2.I.Ocean Page 1 REAL l ICE BASIS 1I

be abandoned, what, happened to those sea and adjudged dead in Plug. heights No Name Ke>-. Plat BooK!!; Bathtubs Lavatories Toilets j" and You Will Get
do not know whether this is the 1939. r- I. Page 75. A5-457 Kilcben Sinks Water Heaters < j
who used it in ancient days and how it was 81 113:. Lot 17 Sqr. 2. Ocean 1 GUARANTEED REFRIGERATION SERVICE |
answer to the problem that continues Heights. :No Name Key. Plat Hook Soil Pipe and Fittings i i
covered by the debris of the raise to The famous 1. Pace 75. A5-4'. Water Pipes and Fittings
years Chief More
Justice Economical!! =

interesting qu tiols. believe confront that many veterans or not but we do Marshall attended for a John few Heights 82 1933.No Lot Name 18.Key.Sqr.Plat 2. Ocean Hook e Plumbing Supplies I:-: R EA L I C Eis It Is PURE. g

the home shortage months in 1730. two courses of I. 83 Page 1933.75. Lot A5-457.19 Sqr. 2. Ocean BY TilE CARLOAD Healthy .ad Sal gH

The wise merchant is the man who V can be relieved by faster methods than lectures in college on law and Heights. No Name Key. Plat Hook !

the "ad" in trade. V those now operatingsomething should natural philosophy; this was all 1. 79* 1933 75.5457 Lot 5. Sqr. 2. Ocean Harry Markowitz, Inc.

put be done to give veterans an opportunity to of ever college saw. or university- that he height 1. Page 75.No A5-457.Name Key. Plat. Book U. S. Highway No. 1 II| Thompson Enterprises Inc. i!jn

that the football acquire homes 84 I U:. Lot 2* Sqr. 2. Ocean at LeJeune Road ,
Now contests are at reasonable prices. Otherwise Heights. :No :Name Key Plat Book

over the sport fans will listen for the they will hardly enjoy the freedom It is believed the planet Jupiter I. HZ1S Page U 75.::::. A5-457.Lot IV Sqr. C. Tuxedo: PHONES 485821 40763 : (ICE DIVISION) i

4 ,from they fought is covered with a layer of Park So Name Key Plat Book I. Miami 33. Florida ; PHONE NO. Z KEY WEST. FLA. 'sIIIIIIIIIWIUIIIlIUUIIIJlIlIIIIIll1lIJWJUWUUlwlluumlllfU1l"
grapevine camps. .
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thick. 1
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t vlii; I AP Ntwtftdvrn By DON CAMERON Ia

Basketball Last Night .. .
Chapter 11 you. I swore off them when 1 wasa this was one more manifestation
ill an hour after Brant had kid. of the evil that had been loosed .
I hbn.s st-ohr! sitop tiii} *--, ,1II' H returned to his "Oh. yeah?" Quarfield's grin with the coming of the storm. -
inexpert typesetting .
He shouldered his way through

f II' krms AStt-7 IS" L\st.t eal Ccl'S the arduous, men task and machines of clearing began the was The suggestive."How rotary plow} gave about a sudden-T" the the snowplow knot of men and stood at tbe by.from Worth of -

lunge forward and its motors
the curious object
at pro-
CA3tE'r SCHOOL'SGYMNASIUM 0t streets of Red Rock. Out from the made-a deafening clatter drowning gazing jecting from the unbroken snow :
county garage roared the big out'the printer's words. Brant ahead of the rotary scoops. It tooK -
rotary snowplow trade named wondered vaguely what; the other realize thatit :
t : \ l' % Abiieaf In him half a minute to
Snogo. to form the mechanized had teen going .ta'say. doubting was the stump of a man's Ie?. ..
spearhead of a column of lesser whether he would have had the broken off below the knee, with ,i ia
I the. opehing game of the 1.111 plows and a small army oftnen nerve to mention Ella Macfarlane tatter of cloth! fluttering aroundit

! City- Recreation League? haskelba with shovels. A twinge something like pain and a jagged piece of bone j jutting '. -
New UniformssATtrabAv crawled went him when he
The through
rotary on caterpillar -
il from red flesh.
I League at high .school I treads thrusting ahead .of thought of her. .
There .was sickness in the unshaven -
; Gym last night, the C. Y. C. walloped f itself verticle knives that cut an face and in the hoarse
! eight-foot slice out of the solid had returned to the office,
incurs CHIEF THEY of Merton Case. who
the voice ybung
Key West Electric' Repair -
white. Behind the knives whirled had most of the news that He
had said.
I onerated, the plow.
by. a score of 36 to 11. TILT IN HIGH SCHOOL GYM steel scoops that 'chewed the would go into the paper alreadyin "I was backin' out for a fresh .
t packed< stuff into manageable type when the biggest story of -
Valdez start when I see a black thing .
with 13 points chunks and hurled them : all broke without
BETWEEN: LocALS AND MIAMI upward warning. kicked out with the snow..I didn't
Was top scorer. Ousterhaudt of and. outward so that a fat stream First came the sudden silence. know what it was till it hit that
\\he Electric made 6. II I SQUAD of snow arched constantly at the Brant had not realized how com- tree and stuck thefe. -
right of the contraption piling pletely the distant clatter of the Case kept the
! The Transit Pushers and Sonar i I The High School.Athletic association over sidewalks and against buildins rotary plow dominated other but all the others Watching lifted their ground fares!
; fronts. sounds until it ceased. For a sec-
School fought a hard game all I has provided the vnrsitj toward the ancient elm that
Starting at the west end of ond he heard plainly the ticking
the way through with many I squad with new 'uniforms-satih Superior Street the Snogo clanked of Carol's! typewriter in the front spread its snow-covered branches
at the of Mill Avenue. In
fouls called on both sides. Transit -l and clattered, advancing with office. then that too stopped, andit corner
trunks and shirts,; two sets and the main crotch of the tree, plainly
seemed the world
Pushers jl ponderous difficulty finding every was utterly
kept Sonar boys well visible. was a black rubber-
I Inch of the battle. till. I
warm-up jackets. : Way a Behindit
guarded so thta McDowall, high soled boot with three or four II
lay a lengthening corridor with Quarfield spoke first. "She went
The boys will appear for the inches of rnan's naked I
scorer for Sonar, i a leg pro-
only made 6 straight glittering walls that might but! he said.
points. 'G. Barber put 12 points I first time in be-new suits beforea have been hewn from alabaster.The But Brant'was listening by that truding from its too. r
The sheriff "Give ,
Key West spectator on racket of the labored time to the shouting outsidethefaint grunted. mea
through the hoop for Transit to group procession hand, will Andy?" -
win Saturday night; in the game in penetrated to the printing' hail from the direction of the you.
with a final They pulled and
score of 31 to together the
shop and brought Brant and mill, the querulous answering
the local against Saints Peter
gym slid of sheath-a
22. out
Quarfield to the front door. Carol cries. and finally the excited i tl, I .
and Paul featureless wStii:
In the last game Bob's Sport high'school basket was'already outside. watchingwith bawling up and down the street.It figure crusted
Shop and the ASR 7 had a close gall team of Miami shining; eyes. Brant put his went on for seconds before his snow white-and at their dropped feet.It into the soft .' I ;'
game all the High school gIrlS' varsity team hand on her shoulder. ears distinguished two chilling
The was .1
way. score
will play the preliminary. ; "You can go home tonight. words: was Charlie King.
tied at the half at 17 all. Much gameagainst Scoop." ""Dead man!" Quarficld seemed less concerned .
of Vie action was under the suitable opponents She pouted. What if I don't lie said. "They've uncovered than anyone else"there. He volunteered .
Sport Shop basket but the play The game against i Saints Peter want to? What if I'd rather stay something!" and sprinted for the "It was a bad night for
was too fast for aim and Paul team is expected to be close to you. where I'll feel safe?" door snatching his cap and coat drunks to go stumbling around. ... '
good and closely! contested- Thus farthis He locked at her keenly. "If a in oassing. Charlie found it out too late.
the ball rolled out. four hard-working newspaper gal like The steel juggernaut; had halted Something more deliberate thana
Many beautiful shots were I season the visitors wen out you doesn't get enough of a slave- in front of the milL A few men combination of storm and liouor ,
dropped by both learns to mawe ot five games. I driving boss like me in the courseof had already gathered around it had overcome the mill worker. ,
final B I 8 or 10 hours she must be and others were hastening towardit. however There were raw streaks
a tally! for_ !>'s .of 44 toASR's crazy." pouring out from stores and in his face where claws or finger-
total ot 37. Rieactor made She laughed. Tin crazy. Andy. saloons. Ed Worth was on his waY nails had ripped the skin His eyes
14 for Bob's and Huerta 12 pts. j'j'llASKETnALt (1 Everyone else has known it for there his short legs carrying hIm were ooen and bulging i his swol-
for his Navy team. Wayt of ASR years and it's high time you foundit at a pace just less than a run: he len tongue was visible between .
made several out. cupped his mittencd hands about gasping lips. and his checks werea
outstanding shots
SCHEDULE "All women are nuts" Quar- his mouth and bellowed. "Don't mottled blue. -
including one from back of the field stated clumly. none of you fellows touch noth- The sheriff mumbled one word:
center line.Referees. "What about Lola?" Carol ins! !" "Murder"For
: Knight and Sweet Spo 1: :red by City tlecreationDepartment asked. Brant started walking swiftly an'instant his blue eves no

ing. Scorer: Williams. Timer: "She's nuts. too. Worse than toward the center of interest. longer mild. met Brant's. Then he
that. she's driving' me nuts. feeling a dread so intense that ne turned and looked for a long timeat I
Tallon.. HIGH SCHOOL GYM "If you: weren't batty to start was hardly conscious of Carol the stone office building. of the .
EPC 618 24 fright with." Andy put in. "you wouldn't clinjjinT: to his arm He took it for paper milL
( Game ifJ
K.W. Electric ____ 22 give a woman a chance to bother 'granted from the beginning:; that ITo be continued)

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PCS 1386 _.__.______..-___ 16 7.00-prGirIs"B" Girls Game vs.: High Alumnae.School 1 Order Material I: Farm Income Up 19 I I iriu. i'ou SMILE. ? .

Naval\ Ordnance .. _______ ._,__ 16 8:00-Naval Ordnance vs. The i On Hand .
".._ _._ .._ I | ,: ;1. _
Junior Conchs n ._ 15 Beachcombers. Fo New Home Of Percent Over 1915 : i'

!>::00 CYC vs. EPC-618. J I New Boarder: By gosh,'this '

SATURDAY- WASHINGTON. '- Farmers in j ercellent hash. What's I t
VFW Last your
I The Weather 7:15-High School.' Varsily Girls Night i .
this earned ibtiut $30- ...
vs. C.Y.C. Girls. 1 j I recipe for making it? '' _'_ -=- I -_ v f ff
.'[ 000,000,000 in cash last year, ac-a i Landlady: I have no recipe.'It- ''' .
FORECAST *V.F.W. Post No. 3311 met!! at',tording to.the Agriculture Department _
1)NF.MINkfE accumulates.
'I s: 00 Duval street at 8 p. mlast which is 19 percent ,just
Key West and Vicinity: Fair
night with Tony Arthur presdi- more than 1946.Government I
to partly cloudy with slowly rising ,' SPORTS QUIZ ing as CommanderPlans I payments, largelyfor Panama has three Vice Presi I

temperature this afternoon, carrying out soil-conservation:' dents.
tonight and Saturday. Gentle 'to: 1. What was the score and who for the new buildingwere practices-totaled about 340.' .-
moderate variable winds, ,most won.the N.F.L. playoff? thoroughly 000,000, a reduction of about 60 I i i f
ly easterly. '2. What was the set score of 1 material was'ordered purchasedfor percent from last year when sub-

Florida:; Partly clopd, slowly the first JUggs-Kramer pro tennil : the laying of the foundation. sidies were paid to encourage "' "'

rising temperatures today, to meet? .tell beams and concrete blocks production of dairy products, beef 'q, t.

night\d Saturday.East 3. What boxer did Ring magazine have! already been placed on order cattle sheep and lambs. C3 '"

Gulf of Mexico and call the disappointment if 4 so work on the new home C i,, G V r Sed'
Jacksonville thru the Florida 1947 .w. should start within the next The vast majority of deaths .- -# 4:;\o 4.eo oe
.if 4a
4. What British golfing,great is few weeks. from tuberculosis white /
Straits: Gentle to' moderate among !$ v 4e.qs1gof .
planning a comeback? "T The post went en record as male Americans are among men <:-e'tbaoats.
winds south
easterly over portion 5. Who beat Primo Camera for 6. o. : .. .,
4 opposing the appointment of aonveteran aged 35 to 64. ....
and southerly over north the world heavyweight title? the II j o e4 4Sof .
over applications 4
portion today, tonight end Saturday i
." Partly cloudy weather. THE ANSWERS of two veterans for the Egypt has an average of about I : 4 O a4 9 4 000i 1 ,
Jacksonville to Apalachicola:I job ,of airport manager of the half an acre of arable land per y Ati: \/'

No small craft or ,storm warnings Chicago. Cardinals 28, Phil Key West airport.A I I inhabitant and much of that land 9 )i

have been issued. delphia Eagle 21. resolution was ordered written cannot be cultivated- _. t .
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I and 4 for --
2. Riggs won sets 2. I to be presented at a later I

three out of five victftry. date to the County Commissioners I I 1Y i

.. ReportvKey 3. Joe L uis. voicing the objections of the I
: 4. Henry Cotton. More flattering tknn citndteltgtit.. i'j .
:' West, Fla.. Jan. 9, 1943 5. Max Baer. post and requesting that in the 'j

(Observation taken at City Office,,, future some consideration be I '

8:30: A.M., EST) When a violin string vibrates given primarily to qualifications, .
t.: Temperature 260 times a second to produce 'and secondly, to a veteran in the

Highest! yesterday ._ mn ._ 73 middle C, it is also vibrating in 1 1I matter of similar appointments.A -I -r

Lowest last night ., nU' h -. 65 segments to produce overtonesat ticket was drawn and Michael jl

Mean ___.n 00 n h __-_ mn_ '_ 63:: 520, 730 and-rometimes bt 1.- White's name\vas called, but .

Normal _PrecipitationTotal __:--,-_,.'_____'_169 I 040 vibrations a second and he was not present. 1 \

last 24 hours _n' .00 ins. WILL Yob) SMILE?

Total this month ._.__nU' .02 ins. I j
Departure this month -.54 ins. It
__ .02 ins.
Total this year uu -
this -.54 ins. "
Departure year
Relative Humidity In !KansasThe j"j

\. at 8:30_T/A.M.Barometer. j": ...

horse ambled along for a

distance and then stopped. ,a
; (Sea Level) 8:30 A.M. short
t. ins. -. mbs.Jt This procedure was repeated sevelhl {t tr
: Tomorrow's Almanac times. A curious bystander J I

Sunrise ____,___.--u.. 7:13: ajn- > approached the farmer and asked" I '

Sunset ___d __' _-- 5:56 P-1- kindly. "IS' your horse sick?
Moonrise __ o.U'_ 6:48: a.m'': "Nope," answered the farmer; .

Moonset _..d'_. __ -- 5:49: p.m.' 1 l'he's so afraid 111 say 'whoa' and '
r : 1 he won't hear me, that he stops
.o .e every once in a while to listen." /Jl- '
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Tomorrow > .E Cannon were first cast from 11
9 (Naval Base) QfrfTRIFAHI i
bronze in
(Eastern Standard: Time) i i .

High Low e. Jl1 -
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10:11 a.m.
: est Your Grocer SELLS That Good i -
9:12: pjn. 2:30 p.m. if'

Reference Station: Key West AMERICAN COFFEE{ { '- Ckfi& Patent Priding
Time of| Height of! 1 w.L and CUBAN 'jI

UatloDTide thigh water L -.-..Try. A Pound TodayGZFTS '- For those after-five 1
r $ .' candlelight hours-a
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Bahia HondaOhr.' 10 miD. 0.0 it. 1 set of Winter jewels. Diamond-bright rhinestones 1J J t It I

NoSSmefoy42hr.. --- fein plat num-like Trifahium for a precious look I

loGeist side) _- 20 mm. (.\IVircphoto) with your precious dress-up fashions. Unmistakably '

Bbc ChicaObr. I VICE ADMIRAL BERNHARD I Tr !ari., t
Sandy Point) 40 mm. f
BIER (above), in command of We Offer A Nice Selection
+2hr. $15
Necklace Bracelet
Caldes $33' $25 Earrings '
the U.S. Mediterranean Fleet
(north end) -10 mm. +1.4 ft. GIFTS For AllOccasions .
Tax Extra
oOo I will have his command reinforced

by an undisclosed number -
tNOTE: Minus sign-cofl'f"e- I Also S
Uons to 'be subtracted. Plus of Marines who sailed from POLLOCK'Slllht4 5

sign-corrections to be addedJ I Morehead City. If. CJan.: 6. SOUVENIRSCOME \\\ ouirrf 9v .
and SEE .
the Navy has announced. The

While midst\ of the world's jute I Marines sail for duty ten \he J tfQSdraas _

is grown in Pakistan. it is sent 'Aircraft !Carrie+, Mid, 1 'TROPICAL TRADER : .
to Calcutta in the other Indian "at Naples. Italy and three light 718 Duval St. Phone 1000 -----
dominion for processing. cruisers. : 514 Dnral St. Key West. Fit.

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; : STATE PRISONERS PRESENT. FORMER 'Too Late To Classify" : '

Chaplain Leslie A. Shepherd Allentlrd Three Schools While Residing On Island -
When the snow and sleet be- advertising manager of the IV
: : in the north j rida Citrus Exchange. We travel.
: gin to pile up .
... ; ed in a :Model T Ford and I recall
'CHECK'ABOVE Florida tor-
.; "e thoughts of sunny the trip took us about five
I .r ment the minds of our friends hours over 9-foot roads that

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.. J. .'.. Floridians begin 'to get tele- were wide. This time over velvet -
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<<- '... .r ; .. .:t' ,, .... 'rum.. A, $41.ff .. ,. ..J4' grams from Maine Michigan, smooth in highways little we made
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., ,. : ... '.. ,,;,,.: ,';. Pennsylvania or some other less i the trip a over an hour.
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; "- .'.. } RA: lC UUt'i' ., .. Weekiwachee is a small
4' <. "Will arj sprieg
c. : favored that read,
".' ".J..ft.-. :.. .. ... lit. ., _' area j such
..4 to', .. t 'f .1" rive on the Seaboard Silver Me- i when compared to springs
;. <" : .' .... .." r.t, '' '" Q I 4 10m i. teor next Friday," or, "Meet me as Silver Springs, WakuHa
; ; .. : : ,/ i at the airport arriving via Na- I Springs or Rainbow Springs. In
': .. i ...! .; ; 'J view of this fact its surface
/ ; tional Airlines at 3:00: p. m. I va*
> : : : ; ; : dMzY j( But considering the kind of ters offer little advantage for
\ -"-*-*' 'i. '.' tneorder t!.. k tc ;\ ( J1gtihera : weather the folks have been experiencing :\ glass-bottomed boats. Newton

.. .,. .. -' L' IJ up there recently, '! Perry has cleverly constructeda
i '; : z t.7t fj / 8 K .; unique underwater theatre
'd\ l.' ._ DOlLARS you can't blame them. And another j ,
t : J e. sunken below the water on the
.' < /) too thing if it weren't for their j
., ,':, ". < ; ."t'0"r ., .. .: 'A4 .. .1'.1'f' visits we never would see all the I'j west side of the spring. Here
1 -. '"- ," : :- : rOR. .... .. c__ interesting sights and attractions j visitors are enabled to sit ia
.j ,-" ; that Florida offers. ( comfort as they view the entrancing .
: .,, .' '. ;, ,.t...,.,. "-t ,. ; I I'; = !', For months I have been try- j underwater scene. As at
i 4" \' i iI ii ; '"' l.. '!:'t: (-.'-....-.....- ,- --.__ L--... ..--Uli-: ---o I' ing to find time to get up to Marineland's Marine Studios,

(" .." /. .. .- '_ a.u._ : I Weekiwachee Springs where my I fish in large numbers swim by .
' friend Newton Perry has trans unconcerned in their natural element
: i
i a reproduction cf the $133.00 "Equipment Check": presented lo Chaplain Leslie humas
as gawking their
.! .; A. Shepherd. former Key Wester, by inmates of the Florida State Prison at Raiford. The formed one of nature's master-i
V pieces into an outstanding tour- noses pressed to the glass, watch
prisoners are trying to raise funds to furnish the
i chapel Chaplain Shepherd plans to construct at their antics.
I 1 \ the prison. The former Key Wester reports, a "smallest gift" of five cents. largest of $750.00. ist attraction.The arrival. of an aunt from Right now Universal Picturesare

Convicts in the State Prison.. Michigan! was excuse enough for filming a motion picture at
.... ,, ; ; at Raiford presented their-chap- the trip, so the 'day after her the Springs "Mr. Peabody and
1 ; iJJf I : lain with a unique New Year'sGift f people", the Prison Padre said 1 Dollar arrival we all piled into the fam- the Mermaid" starring William
..; during the annual Prison "Not having a chapel has beena Cuts ily bus and drove to the Springs.It Powell and Ann Blyth. A com
: ; Watch Night Vigil, when they a costly gap; in our institutional had been several months plete .movie set built on land,
'". handed Chaplain Leslie A. Shep- 'I program. The erection of All I .Beauty's Range since I crossed the Tampa Clearwater t has been lowered beneath the
': 1 : : herd a "check", for $183.00 ; Souls Chapel of the Tribulation :. Causeway and I was surface to create averitable underwater -
: marked "Equiprtient."* The gift | will uteerly change the com- SYDNEY.-AP-The United amazed to see what the road department fairyland, where aquatic -

,. : was from the inmates' Forum ] plexion of every sentence served I States and Canada are unlikely had accomplished in mermaids attired in specifically
; of Faith,, a teligiot-social brother- at Raiford. The presence of theCHAPLAIN I i turning this from a more or less made and amazing realistic
I to see>the 1947 ,Miss America"r20yearold -
: hood among the prisoners. The shapely brunette Judy bleak highway into a delightful. mermaid tails sport about before

,,:'4_. I. gift represents donations received 1 :i Gainford-because of the do- park that provides tourists and the camera.A .
I '. .. from friends in the "free a.r. : minion's dollar shortage. home folks alike with a recre- complete underwater showis
I world," by the Forum, to help 1 One of the prizes that went ation spot with facilities for all staged at frequent intervalsfor
.. furnish the new chapel, soon to ,1 with the title was announced as a. forms of recreation fishing the benefit: of visitors, and at
be built. r- five months' tour of Britain, bathing, picnic parties with convenient the time of our visit the theatre
I A group of more than a hun- : ,1t United States and Canada; but i sheltered drive-ins, ta- was jammed for each performance -
dred and fifty prisoners.-"serv Australian Treasury'officials an- I bles, outdoor grills and other with long lines awaiting admission
,. ing a wide range of sentences nounced that dollars would not conveniences which make one of for the next show.
for various crimes, gathered in i t be provided for a trip to Americaby the most popular spots on the Plans for the development of

'. the prison auditorium kep The Miss Australian Australia. Government I West CoastJourneying the Weekiwachee property call
the traditional New Years' : for additional improve.
eve 1 1I | has called a halt to all pleasure through the grow- many
t. "watch, with Superintendent L. j 'traveling to North America to i jing and prosperous communities ments. An underwater zoo is
r F. Chapman and Chaplain'i conserve dollars and govern-i of Clearwater, Dunedin Tarpon planned, bathing and picnic fa-
Shepherd directing the ccl bl.- ment officials have said dollars( Springs and New Port Rickey cilities, a modern motor court
\I r '- tion. Invited to deliver the seasonal I I will be provided only for the{we followed the beautiful Gulf I with deluxe accomodations, river
I : address was Dr. J. llarrit "very minimum" of business i Coast Highway through Pinellas trips from the Springs to the
l e' son-Griffin secretary of the Flo trips. !I Pasco and Hernando counties to open Gulf fresh and salt water

., : rida. Baptist Conventions Commiltee -.) I j famed Weekiwachee Springs j' fishing trips, plus an extensive
.. I on Christian Educatibo.r ,if JuS't'before World Wat II>the where the recently constructed beautification program.
The visiting clergyman spoke I' United States imported about Underwater Theatre presents, This interesting attraction
.' : : to the' inmates on: T"he Place of s four million pounds of ginger I an "Underwater Mountain." I does not conflict in any way
(. ", Recovery, and in a syrapathe- LESLIE A. a yean '' Thirty years ago, shortly af- with others in the state. It is
:.. tic manner led the prison audience I SHEPHERD ..ter I came to Florida, I made entirely different and will prove
i) t -To thinW- On the rettt'itf' I A snake's+ poison often erroneously my first trip to ,Weekiwachee j interesting and entertaining to
: following Abraham's example i Plans Cfcc.-pel a! raiford called Sits "stinger." I'Spr ings.I willnever forget that tourists ad home folks alike. Bf
-----J .t:{ .. .. in the Old Testament of returning I trip made with Edgar A. Wright all means see Weekiwachee be-
f ... I llULtO i r rS'- a TIplan.L.-i "- .. .s. to the original" altar he had I Church can increase the significance i- j{ tended St. Joseph's. Division then editor of the Florida Grower j :fore leaving Florida if you area
.., "'ci ected 'to the Almighty.' Themilfnighr and etficacy of every i j Street and MOIUVQ County High I. Ned Stewart and Frank Skel- visitor and for every Floridianit .
I s, >h. } : vigil V-attended: Bym&i single employee's: wui k in the schopls. ; ly, then general manager and 4: is a "must".
t prison. I have no hesitancy in |I ..... -
of- the Jewish Cath&lic and
T' .. V 5 Protestant Faiths., Just before saying that the entire; cost of j I j .. .. . .,. f . . rr . . . .
the stroke of mid-night the All Souls will be fully 'repaid'by j I
the corrected life of i
anyone j .
chaplain led the prisoners in a
II devotional services. ._ of hunger the numberless ft: ;'I'Jt/i; : nnd people love who and '|I II I. . . . r . . . . .
I The annual vigil has becomea I
cherished tradition among the n pnyon. jummiiiinifflHHimHainniininniiiiiMuiiiUKro IlIIJl IIUIIIUllllU1J{ unumuummumunnnunmltt tut IIIIIIIIIHIRIIIHlmlllmllll'iI / t> +i .
prisoners. Those attending each Chaplain Shepherd u. a former I
year are selected for their par- resident ol Kt-\ West naving at-

ticipations in various Institution
one "lifer", who said -Each
man present should have bene- I
t fited greatly from the 'food foi YOUR
thought.' Now that we have en- CARRIER BOY !

I tered the New Year, I make one '.
resolution; that si to make ar AVERAGE PER CAPITA .

honest and earnest endeavor t'. CONSUMPTION IN POUNDS His Future in the
make, this the best year of my

t ,. life." 1!
.The Chapel Equipment check Business World!! s
>.. z shown above, bears the name o!
the prisoners'- inter-faith forum.
'C Tho gift represents part of a
$15,000. fund which prison employees ,
j -. are trying to raise to furnish '
I'" the chaypeL Preparation. 1535;- :i i39 I The newsy oy who delivers .. MI

are under of the way church-in-prison to begin construction a; I your paper may be starting

an early date. The structure itself
i hit first million
is being provided by Prison every time

.funds. .
The equipment and furnish MEAT.. 125.6 you drop tome coins in his / -
ings donations are to supply, an ci r -
EGGS ---- 37.3
organ and ecclesiastical windows hand. And even if he's .
I as well as all the facilitie.- CHICKEN 17.9
: for worship and religious 'education \ MILK-CREAM-340; never a millionaire, he will '
I needed by the more than
\ FRESH( I FSUIT 138.5 better business
twenty denominations represented man;
among the prisoners.
Chaplain Shepherd. who has COFFEE 1 14 a r valuable member of

.. been planning the chapel during : his
most of his nine Rai- community when he's ., "r:,

t. ,ford, states that the smallest
: the '
.. experience "i
gift to the chapel fund thus fay An APNewsfeatures t:

rqccived was five cents; while Pictograph he9s gaining nOI .
the largest single donariorf so j "-
far is $750. Rev. Shepherd also
.1 revealed that the various Mis-
sion Boards. Church Extension i
) Committees, State Mission Committees .' >/\-"X :
.' and Diocesan Offices of /,

Florida Churches have offered / 1947
> I .+t .4r r
to underwrite pro-rata shares of Y / /,
the equipment cost. lie states ( -< f

that some gifts have come from fj Subscribe to the

Civic Clubs, Women's Clubs. j This simple tribute is published
and Women's Church societie.. : .. in honor
of the
while donations Key West Citizen25c newsboy
expected from Sunday School 7MEAT.. .. 155 brings you this paper-and in
classes Churchmen's organizations U EGGS .-- 47.2 A Week*by CarrierwmmiiiiimuiiinimiimunimiiimiiuiiMimimtiroHui honor of every newsboy in

and Church Youth groups. .//CHICKEN"-. 23.7 America/

Merchants, bankers various professional [(I MiLK.CRf, M 403 I"I

organizations men. and many have commercial participated -- ,; ,FRESH FRUIT 148 /II 1 1YEGETA8IFS *

., or are expected to con I 260 ] { ( { {lmllnlRlJlIIIIIUlmlllll l
tribute.In COFFEE 18 ppnillllnnn1i111111t1111 HiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiianiHt'

suming up the motives fin i . . . . .
his determined efforts to provid"a . . . . .
"beautiful and adequate place
'L': .,*.\\-o hpoJ' I '"
{ imprisoned
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, Magnetic\ Control i : .'JI'I'-'II" rd l".I II'III.4.ioesovs moors..s0i' oeria.-srrsrs. r. s essso w a

:For{ Trains In Fog v ....5.5.5..5.5.5555555e..55..5.55555.5.555.55.5TROPICAL When certain product or terrice Is needed ; i I

LONDONAP).-While Britain ,5 TRADER WHERE TO BUY. IT and there is Jo doubt bar it> to where THIS DIRECTORY WILL YOU .\

worst was fog covered early-morning by the year's : 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 .. .ee.......e5......555......................... ........ ........ 5ee5....e.e.e.............................a** -

ers buryness aboard, at a the train mouth from commut-of Shoe-the ,,S :: Plenty! of Action Toys for the Children :: .:If "I t Is Electrical yfifSPJl\\ ;; POOR OLD CRAIG ;.'

Thames reached London on time, ,2 : Electrical : : We Will Call For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERS' :
without hitch., Their
a train Service Station :
was Appliances Repaired
I \
guided by a new magnetic con S 30 Years- Exp rtnuo la Electrical Work ; : : .

the trol'device mechanism Impervious to frost ................. ... ......................... I. LLCQLL' 211 Duval Street : ,.' J. R. BRADY.Fraud Manager PHONE lIst :
stops trains : tad Diriiloa StmetsTires :
be-I 555.5555.5555555 : 55505555555555.5 .... Marco Mesa. Jr.. Prop. ; .'
fore they arrive at a danger :
nal by sounding a horn in the ELECTRIC TELEPHONE U : 701 DUVAL STREET: : : Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories : a..:.
en- '
gine cab and slowly applying the HOME SUNDRY STORE :............................................, : au SIMONTON STREET.:. !. Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer :
; ....... ...................................
brakes.'The new safety equipment has,, : 1207 DIVISION ST. HEAR COR WHITE ST. .........................................e.. DRY CLEANING ........e....................................
been fitted to 183 locomotives on : "Your Patronage InTite.d" I: : 211 SIMONTON STREET p. O. BOX 41 : BEAUTY
the) rail lines from London to the : : : PRESSING : CAROLYN
east coast. I ; Ice Cream'Proprietary'rfedicinaSick :. NEIL SAUNDERS and DYEING : :: Orerteas Hotels 313 SIIOPPE Fleming St :;

*': Room Supplies School Supplies 24-Uour Service' : ;

(Know America) II,, ..........Toilet......Preparations..J.......e..and....Article...........e....: SIGNS ,, :; DELIVERY FREE PICK-UP SERVICE and : :: We Specialize In : -.
1788-Connecticut the fifth' .... Scalp Treatments flair Dyeing :
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State to the ...... Sales-LICENSED-Rental
ratify new Consti- .. PHONE 282 : ALL TTTK9 or HKLKB CCBTUPER.MAMKXT

tution. I WmOW'anAWSS220 S... Outdoor Advertising On the Florida Keys ; S......................S. ..Ph...oos...175...................: ...WAVES.............. .:
:V1793-Historic first balloon as- : ........................................,.. i.
cension: in country, by FrenchW. I DUVAL STHEET- -. : ......................S.. ......................1S ...................... ........5.55555... 1
J..- P. Blanchard in Philadelphia ,kT., : 'Exclusive Monroe County lI'ibutor./or ;' : PRITCHARD : : RUSSELL'S ; STELL'S BEAUTY NOOK Rf : i"

1861-Steamer "Star of thelWest" !! Carrier Scientific Culture
Beauty '
!" Air-Conditioning i : 'I
fired on by Confederates FUNERAL : LOPEZ in All Branches : ,
in Charleston Harbor-known as DRY GOODS .
the first shot of the Civil War. I : for Domestic and Commercial Use : : : : : : Thoroughly Experienced : .l
1879-Cheyenne Indian out- ., : S33 PHONES __ : HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET Funeral Service Operators 'S ; I
break at Fort Robinson Nebraska. I, ...Y...e.....e.........e................e........ I ,, 1 a Soft Water Usd ExduslTlj L \ ;
........ ........... ....... PHONE 373 : Established 1885 : -
"1912-American troops ordered -- e ...........!........ ; Let Those Sf'rre'f'lw ; ; : : ::' Phone 637 536 Fleming SL \ / .: h:

from Manila to guard China's i : Serve Best ; : Licence! FuneralDirectors ...........S..........55..-...................'- "
railroads. L HOT :POINT S, S SpecializingWomen's : and : ,.............................................
'-1935-Highlights of the', WE HAVE NEVER; in : : : FOrTY'fOr Customers. Friends and the Public Invited ;
Hauptmann trial-Dr, Cordon ELECTRIC RANGES'and' APPLIANCES BETRAYED A TRUST- Entbalnters I :
(CMafsie*!) identifies Hauptmannas .., Repairs on Sewing Machines ft All]Electrical AppUvtcea a :. WE NEVER: WILL : :, and 21HourAnibnldncc Frances Beauty SalonFrances
the myseterious "John" I CALLED FOR and DELIVERED Park. Owner

Jap;,1943 installations-U. S. Marauders in the South bomb! Home Appliance 605 SImonton ; Ambulance Service : ; Children'sApparel : : .: 1010 GRINNELL STREET :

Pacific. Ph. 11 or 273.W : Telephone 548 : ; Service : '' Beauty Culture in all its Phases ; ...:
1944-U. S. Fifth Army advances -I ....e..........5.5.5555.5555e5555e5..555e555e5.5 .: Permanents Scalp Treatments

against German counter- ':e........,....."................., ......,.... Never Sleeps ;. : Phone 135 Night 636 : f Facials Shampoo -Manicuring ;
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attacks. i. ............: ....... ..
-.:1945-Invasion of the Philip-} .......... ........ .. .......... :. For Appointment Phone 1331Marion's ... .
pines-Gen. MacArthur, heading. Iii j! R. R. RUSSELLS" 55 e5 55 5..55.5.555555555.5 .5.5..5.5555.55.55.5..55.5555..........e............................5..555....
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the U. S. Sixth Army. lands ; 508 WILLIAM STREET J. A. MYERSLicensed : CASA CAYO :
along the Lngayen Gulf in Lu-I.a., S PHONE 831-R : \ HUESO ";\ :
mn. -
'1946-Gen. Eisenhower orders SETS ; : : ..
: BATH SETS BLANKETS ; "Southernmost House in U.s.A.. I ;
all G. I.s not needed abroad returned -I: DRESSES ETC.
"without delay.." e Call 831.R and Goods Will Be Brought to Your Door : ,, 1400 Dun Street Telephone 1311 :; .
,,71947 Gromyko Unit- PAINTING ContractorFREE Expert Hair Tinting Hair Cutting i1 ""%-r' :
ed States of atomic insisting upon a I .e...e...............e.e............e......e....: ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : Sizes ; Personalized Corective Permanents Facials Styling .
decison on energy control "

to delay general disarma- .5..555555.e5.e5e................................, :e...Telephone....e...3127...5 114...Dural.....Street......Jefferson.......Hotel.........!' COCO'U'SSPONGES' :....*...Exclusive.......but...Not...Expensive.. ..+....*........ .J.....A***.:

ment. I Save 20% ....e.....aa..............................". ....e55e..ee5e5.5.5555..e..5.5..5..5.5.5.ee555

.'The Battle of Nations was the on dwellings Fire Insurance : LANDSCAPING LAWN Mafnlenaan : ; :: For More Natural Hair
name the battle of Leip- mercantile : :
the Finest
; bldgs. household I Tinting or :
October 16 1813 between -
sig on .. :
FILL Top SOIL LOTS Cleared and HEDGE Trimmed.
Napoleon on one side and I and perAtlantic. Mutual Fire Insurance: Co. : Will Ship to Any Part : :: in Permanent Wave :
the allied nations of Russia venal All Policies : Marl Hauled, $5.00 for 4 Yards. Also Lots ; of u.s. or'Canada : : wwI
Save 15
Prussia Austria Sweden Den- .. : Mercantile on : Cleared and Marl\ Spread, Very Reasonable : .. Marcy S. Palacio : BEAUTYCOLONY ..
:.IPark. and England on.thqother..e ... t Stock / L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 ,

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5.>... ....55..5.5.. .555555.5..5..5.55.5 Next Door to theSouthemmo .

I. B. & B. CYCLE SHOP i.JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP r i Beauty School I :.
\ 822 Fleming StreetFor : : and a 1 LICENSED BEAUTICIANSI.
I"I"RADIO Open Daily Sunday, : 1
S the Best : : 5P.M.tolA.M.\ \ : S Appraisals :: Specializing. in the Most Modern Phase :

SALES and : : SERVING T|. ; Leases : :! Beauty Culture S '.
SS ;i S COMPLETE mners Rentals : :: Phone 206 for Appointment :
e : Also A La Carte and Sandwiches '
SERVICE .. Management :
; : SERVICE i '%o.. e.-..-..-..e.....REASONABLE............PRICES..........-.-....-..... Improved and Vacant : ............................................. ..

: 306 ; DEALERS FOR : ............55.55.55555555e5555555.555........1S Properties in Key West ; ............ .... .............

::: Margaret.. .. Cushman Motor Scooter : ROMERO'S ELECTRIC : and Monroe County Good Work-Low: ;Prices :
Dayton Bicycl. ; SERVICE :
Street : J. OTTO .
Q Steelcote Rubber Enamel : 2612 HARRIS AVENUE ; : : Daily, between 9:30 AJ4. and 3:30 ,
: I : PHONE 1301 i a a Rental Service : We Repair and Remind All Type oj :: P Appointments are accepted 5 (';
: : from public by Senior Students of f
411 Fleming Street :
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; 919 Whitehead Street ; : TheSouthernmost t
: : Bob Daniels Proprietor : l'l ....
: Deliveryeeeeeeeee, ; .. .......... ......... : WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED : Phones 124 and 736-R :
.............ei..e ee e a e .. School |
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SEE THE NEW : .ti a e of Culture
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1Ii : Auto MAJESTIC NOW ON DISPLAY :. Are You Covered Financially? ;' INSURANCEOFFICE 523 Southard Street l /1 '

: There are a number available with over 800 hours ; fe
Electrical Wire Recorder RADIO Phonograph ": : The Financial Responsibility Law i* Note :, ,; of state approved! instruction who know the latest
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*- C ; : An Ideal Gift Liberal Trade-In Allowance : Effective for All Owner of Auto and Truck ; -: : phases under expert in beauty supervision culture. of These a licensed student beauticians teacher of ;

Service : Bring Your Radio for Repair :: Drop In and Let Us Explain This Law to You Today'1 521 SOliTIIARD : : .Uauty culture do good work at very low prices. Although ;
BIG NAME to A Radioman : appointments are not required it is advisable. :
1 : Batteries "Slo" Charged : ,' I' Key West Insurance Co. STREETOpposite : For Appointment Stop at
Starters and Generators Bus Station : !
24-Hour Radio : 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE 537 : "-

4 LIGHTS and : .. .. 316...SIMONTON..........STREET..................PHONE......1371.....: ............................................
-, ...-........................................... PHONE NO. 1
IGNITIONMOTOR : r Repair Service ....5..5..5..5..5555555 5eee55e55115........
: TUNE UP ; : BICYCLES REPAIRED : : Just Arrived-COAT SUITS Sequin-Trimmed :
: b4 : ,. : I AM* : DRESSES..Lace-Trimmed SLIPS.PANTIES.GOWNS s
i 1l" FOR SALE .FOR- RENT ; : THEPorterAllen-- ; ; ...Lovely DRESSES for Children. Drapes.Curtains. ;
: R E.PLUMMER. ': i 'ffl AI'sMusicCo S beets.Pillow Cases...Combination TABLE and FLOORHAMitroNM ;
S : Our Customers Must Be r/AA fJ I :' .,; Cash or Terms .
: w. Have Authorized MAJESTIC Dealer Satisfied fjfi J : ;
: 211 DuTal Street : : The Latest 629 Eaton Street : 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE"1380 Company i : CO. :

S ..........PHONE......41........:4 : ......RECORDS...HIT...............PHONE.........1081.......e...;. OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE ........................ : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET TELEPHONE 1512 :
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'I PRICE TOURS :. :: When Food Shopping You Go '*- : The Division Street i' j GOLF COURSE :. BEAUTIFYYour

PassengerRcpresentadTes .,S .: Be Sure to Get,- S, BENDIXHonI I .... Entire House with :


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COAST ; BUS ., ; :
: CALL 1042 FOR i
Mow' Located Heart : N STREET xa I t : ; ESTIMATE

DR. COBO'S :.: The Foundation Meal of Today' ;, : COME BRING YOUR to bb Key West i I

OFFICE Planning ; "-n ; .

FLEMING STREET : BUNDLES up to 10 *, 45c ; ..
p4 : Rear of La Concha Hotel : : RALPH FARALDO PHONE ; : :: Floor Covering Co. :
: Key West Agent X84 Soap. Detergent and Bleach Supplied : Have Fun! '.
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< .' ? : .. STATE PRISONERS PRESENT FORMER "' 00 Late To Classify"*': !1

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.,.'".. ". By RUSSELL KAY .. ,,, '

< [ Chaplain Leslie A. Shepherd Attended Three Schools While Residing On Island -

: begin advertising manager of ,
:. f When the snow and sleet Citrus Exchange. We mjida '
: north *
; to pile up in the I Model T Ford
iIEsTERidll cd in a ad t J
{KEY $188.00 'CHECK' I'thoughts of sunny Florida torment call the trip took us about;
J >-',., t. J the minds of our friends I hours over 9-foot roads

r', .. -. ,. and relatives. It is then that we i' were just about as deep M ,
> .. i : .. ,,:- j ""-::'''. -., begin 'to get tele- were wide. This time owr

,.;_ r!f "' : Forum i ifB"-.J .,j:.,. I ... .:--:-..... .c i-5f '''t' Floridians Maine Michigan vet smooth highways we ;

? : : t ..::1'-<< grams rom other less 1 the trip in a little over an

; ; '" .... ', t t ) !r'.J.. : CFJDA std. .ft:4;. .j, 1 :: :.i : Pennsylvania that or some read, "Will arrive -I Weekiwachee is a MBaiI.-...
,, t .; favored area jI
.f .
t" : ; when compared to such
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fs7 "' ) ) < '" II $ <. the Seaboard Silver
i t on I
t.:1$4 W
; Silver Springs
"Meet me as
. C>: # '" : teor next Friday, or,
; : ft. / J o1" "'I''I't arriving via Na- Springs or Rainbow Springs.
the airport
.. : '. : .. at I view of this fact its surface'
3:00 m.
It'-\L. .- --;- -!:' ..:J : II, tional Airlines at p. little
"' : ," ', : : .," the kind of ters offer advantage
; orderjtpv.. k SJIC J1g.t! lera $ lBB c'r But"considering : glass-bottomed boats. NI ""
\ : : ;i ;: PAT the 1 1t weather the folks have been ex-
: recently, I j Perry has cleverly coastreefe
[ I t iRndi&it26 6 .; '/ & DOLLARS you periencing can't blame up them. And an- 'i ia unique underwater t&eafcti
below the water
1\ sunken OIl fie
v1"o other thing, if it weren't for their ,
.: J /) of the
...< <.' would all the west side spring. He*
\ visits we never see
-": 'J -" ..:.,- and attractionsthat 'I' visitors are enabled to sit ?
'; ...; .." interesting sights
ToR. orr comfort as they view the eat

.. .. f ,. .--;-,-.. ,:. Florida offers. trancing underwater scene. Ai>t'
It.: months I have been trying
t For
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.. r.' -. ..._!:: .ii.-: I find time to get up to Marineland's Marine Sta&c,
.1 I ) .. ... to
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..-. 1 llIT.Irrl .t--' --- where j fish in large numbers swim bfj .

i I" F' __ ._ __ __ -..__n_ ._ I friend Weekiwachee Newton Springs Perry has trans-my j I'' unconcerned in their natural d

; ABOVE IS SHOWN a reproduction cf the $133.00 "Equipment Check" presented to Chaplain Leslie formed one of nature's master- ement as gawking humas tfecf
t A. Shepherd former Key Wester' by inmates of the Florida State Prison at Raiford. The pieces into an outstanding tour-f. noses pressed to the glass, ....

I\ : prisoners are trying to raise funds to furnish the chapel Chaplain Shepherd plans to construct at I ist attraction.The their antics.

I the prison. The former Key Wester reports a "smallest gift" of fire cents. largest of $750.00. arrival of an aunt from Right now Universal Pier
: filming a motion picture _
for are
I ;: Convicts in the State Prison,. the trip, was so the excuse day after her the Springs. "Mr. Peabody tad
at Raiford presented their chap- "
1 people". the Prison Padre said 1 arrival we all piled into the fam- the Mermaid. starring WrSfea
lto ;{ :' lain with a the unique annual New Prison Year'sGift I I "Not having a chapel has been Dollar} Lack CutsBeauty's ily bus and drove to the Springs.It Powell and Ann Blyth. A con->
during movie set. built Jut
I a costly gap in our institutional t tprcgram had been several months plete on ,,
: Watch Vigil when they.
i Night The erection of AlII i since I crossed the Tampa Clear- 'has been lowered beneath tilt
I Range
: handed Chaplain Leslie A.$183.00 Shepherd I, Souls Chapel of the Tribulation !... Water Causeway and I was surface to create averitaWe ia-
"check" for
I ; a I where
: marked "Equipment""* The gift. will uteerly change the complexion SYDNEY.-(AP). The United amazed to see what the road de- derwater fairyland aqaa-
Y-v of every sentence servedat partment had accomplished in tic mermaids. attired in epetHfr
/ Irom the inmates' Forum States and Canada unlikelyto
was are
I Raiford. The presence of the : turning this from a more or less I cally made and amazing niMstie
; of Faith a religion-social brother-
seethe 1947 Miss Ainerica"20yearold ; about
,', ; delightful mermaid tails sport bciort
<: '.. hood among the prisoners. The ___ _____ .n_ i shapely brunette Judy -' bleak that highway into tourists a and the camera.A .
gift represents donations received Gainford-because of the dominion's park provides
i home folks alike with a recreation I complete underwater shev
from friends in the "free dollar shortage.One .
facilities for all is staged at frequent interval
world," by the Forum, to help of the prizes that went I spot I
for the benefit of visitors and iJ
forms of recreation, fishing
furnish the new chapel, soon to with the title was announced a I I
be built. five months' tour of Britain I bathing picnic parties with convenient the time of our visit the teat

United States and Canada; but i sheltered drive-ins tables was jammed for each performance -
of than hun-
I A group more a- Australian officials and other with long lines awaiting admission .
Treasury announced outdoor grills
dred and fifty prisoners -serving I
\ that dollars would not conveniences which make one of for the next show.
.. wide of sentencesfor c,1
a range g:. be provided for a trip to America I the most popular spots on the Plans for the development tithe
in I I
various crimes gathered
Miss Australia.
by I West CoastJourneying Weekiwachee property eal
the prison auditorium kep I
Australian Government
I may through the growl for many improve-
the traditional New Years' eve has called a halt to all pleasure
ments. An underwater zoo ii
\{ r. "watch, with Superintendent L. > .x. l r ing and prosperous communities
traveling to North America toj! .
and facilities
'of Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon I planned bathing picnic
F. Chapman and Chaplain conserve dollars, and government -
i a modern motor mutt
New Port Rickey
Springs and
,, Shepherd directing the celebii.- officials have said dollars
r tion. Invited to deliver the seasonal will be provided only for the'!I we followed the beautiful Gulf I with deluxe accomodatioas,

address was Dr. J. Ham- ) "Very minimum" of business!{t Coast Highway through Pinellas, trips from the Spring t. fee
trips. Pasco and Hernando counties to i open Gulf fresh and salt water
'son-Griffin, secretary. of the Flo !+I
famed Weekiwachee j fishing plus an extensible
Springs trips
: ; r ,da, Baptist Convention's Committee ;:
on Christian Education. Ju trbefore World War II>the ;I where the recently constructed I I beautification program.

; The visiting clergyman spoke United States imported about i Underwater Theatre presentsan {I This interesting attractieai
four million "Underwater Mountain." i docs not conflict in
pounds of ginger any way
: \ to the inmates on: 'Tue Place ofRecovery" I
c. ,. ; and in a !'.Yrop thetic. : a yean I Thirty years ago, shortly after -I with others in the state It k
: I CHAPLAIN LESLIE A. I, I came to Florida, I made entirely different and will pwwe
the audi-
manner led prison ..
i1f Eri &'r think! On the net$>'}$ SHEPHERD I A snake's poison often my first trip to Weekiwachee I interesting and entertaining*

following Abrah. m's example. .I Plans Chapel cf Raiford ously called its stinger. errorie-I. Springs.I will never forget .that j I tourists ad home folks alike,tr

.. ( :' I trip made with Edgar A. Wright 1 i all means see W kIWil4M.
\. 7 in the Old Testament of returning -
-H. Church can increase the significance -t tended St. Joseph's. Division then editor of the Florida Grow- I fore leaving FIor-ida'if yow-we/
--r-- -- I ;: AU
the'AIarsnall altar he had i I I
".u ri plan; f to the original
.- : -- .'erected 'to the Almighty.' Thenlyd and efficacy of every :I Street and. Monroe County High ieI'. Ned Stewart and Frank Skel- I J a visitor and for every Florida

I t .. .' ? =nighr vtg'ifVas attended Bymei single employee's! work in the schopls. 'I I 111', then general manager and it is a "must". **
.... I have in
prison. no hesitancy I -
I' *rj ii of- the Jewish, Cath&lic andS saying that the entire; cost of . . .. W . . rraAlllUIIIIIIIAlI11111111NUIIIIIIIIAllglIIIIIUIIIIIIAHIIIIU . . . .
Protestant Faiths. Just before
; I
All Souls will! be fully 'repaid'
the stroke of mid-night the
( by the corrected life of anyone !
chaplain,, led the prisoners in a
( devotional services. of the numberless people who I I . . . . . . . . .
hunger forit'i: : -mo love and I
I The annual vigil has becomea "
redemption in on-on. .
) cherished tradition among the III lmllllftHlHllfHIIIIHHIIIIIIRlIRRIIIHBBHHHiIIII
Chaplain Shepherd i> a toimei I
prisoners. Those attending each
resident ol t S v West oar iDi at-
year are selected for their par-
ticipations in various InstItutIOn.

one "lifer", who said, 'Each ,

man fited present greatly from should the have'food bene-fo YOUR CARRIER! BOY !

thought. Now that we have en-

tered the New Year I make one '

resolution: that si to make ar AVERAGE PER CAPITA His Future in the

'OfT honest and earnest endeavor t< CONSUhi'PricWNPUM'S. i .
make, this the best year of my
-' :
f life." I Business World!!
.The Chapel Equipment checK\

r "... shown above bears the name ol 1I

the prisoners inter-faith forum.
< 'The gift represents part of a a I ,

,- 815,000. fund which prison! em- i f

; ployees are trying to raise to furnish I s5 39AAFAT I The netftooy who delivers _
I the chaypeL Preparation- I
arc under way to begin construction be
I your paper may starling
of the church-in-prfson at:

an early date. The structure itself i I his first million every time

f is being provided by Prison: I .
I t
.funds. drop some coins in his
you ,
The equipment and furnish- .. 125.

ings donations are to supply an
EGGS37.3 hand. And .
even if he's
and ecclesiastical
I organ WIn-
CHICKEN 17.9 i il
dows, as well as all the facilities
for worship and religious 'education l MILK-CREAM-340 I never a millionaire, he tcill '

needed by the more than FRESH FRUIT 138.5 be better
\ a business man; N'
twenty denominations represented -
1 ; the prisoners. \\VEGETAaLES Z35 }
among CCFFEE"'J4 1 a more valuable member of
1 1I Chaplain Shepherd. who has
I been planning the! chapel during his community when he's i. :

I most of his nine years at Rai-

t3 ford, states that the smallest grown for the experi '
gift to the chapel fund thus farrqccived An APNewsfeatures

tI was five cents; while Pictograph ence he's gaining notif. ''

the largest single donatiorf ?o 9 It
far is $750. Rev. Shepherd aho

I revealed that the various Mis- -- ,
sion Boards. Church Extension r
... Committees State Mission Committees / >" /
and Diocesan Offices of /, \ /- X .

I Florida Churches have offered v 1947 .et. %\ r

to underwrite pro-rata shaves of Y '\.,/ '\......
the equipment cost. lie states t tI tI tI
that some gifts have come from tI Subscribe to the

Civic Clubs, Women's Club .I.IMF I This simple tribute is pubhshed

and Women's Church societies. K t Citizen .. in honor of the newsboy who
while numerous donations arc I eyes brings
I iT 15S you paper-and to

classes expected Churchmen's from Sunday organizations Stho"-! EGGS 47.2C1aiCI 25c A Week by Carrier honor America of every newsboy ia

and Church Youth groups.: .EP1 23.7

Merchants bankers various piofessional ''MiLK-CREAM, 403 "
men. and many commercial 1 1YEGETA81Ei .
organizations have participated ;- I
: or are expected to con I 260 / 'tIIlI\IIIIIIIIIIIUIJlllllllllllllUllllmllllllullllllllllf!\ { lHOlAllllOlllAllllNl0Al111111llIIIUIIOIA 1IIIIIIIIII
tribute.In COFFEE 18 RIIII.II11

suming up the motives for . . . . . .
his determined efforts to provida . . . .

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:LONDONv For Trains(AP).-While In Fog Brit- I I TROPICAL TRADER : WHERE TO BUY IT Whoa .:::..product u.:om:.: DOododTHIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU

ain was covered by the year's 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 : ..............a....e........................... ........ .......e ."...".............................
worst fog early-morning commuters I
aboard a train from : If It Is Electrical WE REPAIR IT! : '
Shoe- Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : POOR OLD CRAIG i'
buryness, at the mouth of the W E SELL I T 1 .
Thames, reached London on time, We Will Can For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERSI.
without a hitch. Their train Electrical Service Station :
was : Appliances Repaired .j
30 Years'
guided by a new magnetic con- Experience ia: Electrical Work :. j :

trol device Impervious to frost, ..............................*................8.. / : .; : : J.H. BRADY. Manae PHONE tlM : i
fore the mechanism they arrive stops at danger trains be-' ...... .. .. ..... .... ... .lLCQLL. 211 Daral Street : Marco Mesa Jr. Prop. ): Francis and Dtrisioa Streets :
a signal ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41e.eeeeeeeeaeeeeeee. : : 701 DUVAL STREET; : : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Acee orb :
by sounding a horn in the
cab and slowly engine I HOME SUNDRY STORE : ..................... ....... : S22 SIMONTON STREET ::, "Your PURE OIL and GASOLINE DeoWCAROLYN :
applying the .. ...........................................
brakes.The new safety equipment has, .: 1207 DIVISION ST. t NEAR COR.WHITE ST. .: ........................................... : DRY CLEANING, 4 ............................................
been fitted to 183 locomotives on -. : Patronage Invited" : BEIU'fYI
the rail lines from London to the : PRESSINGand .
east coast. II fc? : Ice Cream'.PrOprieltlr/M dicm. : : NEIL DYEING : SIIOl'PE :
Overseas Hotel *
: : 819 Fleming St.
'.: L? : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies, : ; 24-Hour Service : l:;

(Know America1788Connecticut : ) I s Lj S.....'....Toilet......Preparations..Ia......*...and....Article......,.........o: i SIGNS ,,,, : DELIVERY FREE PICg-PP; SERVICE and : : v We Specfo/Jzv la : .

the fifth 1 .......................... : : Scalp Treatments HaJr Dyeing :
State to ratify the new Consti-!'! ...................... Sales-LICENSED-Rental* PUONE 282 }".1ALL.... TTPKII' OP ..LIC.. CCBTU ; .

tution..1793-Historic first balloon as-I i MUMFORD and ROSS :.......Outdoor.......Advertising.........On...the...Florida......Key..........: ...................... .i...Phone..................rCIUlAJI&..........wa\i............. ". i

cension: in country by Frfinch I 1 220 DUVAL STREET- : .....................5' '..............s...... ....................... 5555........................................S 'I

W.phia.-J. P. Blanchard, in Philadel- S J Exclusive Monroe County Distributor, for PRITCHARDFUNERAL RUSSELL'S i : : STELL'S BEAUTY -,

-:1861-Steamer "Star of the t I!1 : Carrier ; : : : Scientific Beauty "
West" fired on by Confederates I J Air-Conditioning : LOPEZ : 1
: : in All Branches NOOKif'
in Charleston Harbor-known as] : : 5 DRY GOODS : : J ,,
the first shot of the Civil War. 1 S for Domestic and Commercial Ute : Thoroughly
..1879-Cheyenne Indian outbreak I e 333 PHONES 9150 : HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET :: Funeral Service ; : Operators ; I
at Fort Robinson Nebraska. 1 ...Y.......................................... : Soft Water Ucd. :
"191.. American 1 ................................................ :: Let Those Serre :: : PHONE 373Specializing :. Established 1885 : : Phone 637 536 Fleming SL :
troops orderI
ed from Manila to guard China's I 1 : : Best Liceiiwtl Funeral .... .. ... ...................
railroads. : HOT :POINT : S, Serve .5 Directors mill : ,.............e.............................eF'rmpr ..
"'1935-Highlights of the WE HAVE NEVER inWomen's : Customers Friends and the Public InviUtl :
Hauptmann trial-Dr. Cordon ELECTRIC RANGES APPLIANCES' : BETRAYED A TRUST- Eiuljalmcrs24Hour ,

(CJafsie":) identifies Uauptmann Repairs en Sewing Machines ft AU Electrical ApplUncee s WE NEVER WILL s S, : Frances Beauty Salon
"John" II CALLED FOR : : ..
as the myseterious and DELIVERED. : Frances Park. Owner :
",1943-U. S. Marauders bomb Home 605 SImonton Ambulance Service : : Children's7'elepholle : Ambulance : 1010 GRINNELL STREET :
lap installations in the South!, Appliance .
Pacific. Ph. 11 or 273.W 548 ; : Beauty Culture in all its Phas : ..:

:1944U. S. Fifth Army ad-I,. .........................e...................... ; Apparel .: Service / Permanents Scalp Treatments :
vances against German counter- /, .......e.. .... Never Sleep : Phone 135 : : Facials .
: ...
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee5jj .......... Night 696 Shampoo Manicuring :
,... ....... .. ..... .
attacks. e .. ... i i.: ... .........i ...
.......... .......... ..... .................. : For Appointment Pllon.1311 ...
"1943:-Invasion of the Philip- HOUSEIIOLD : ...... e ..........i ..................e.e..eeee..e.eee
pines-Gen. MacArthur, headingthe I'i RrR RUSSELL ...................e..........e........e..... I
lands ... GOODS : ....................... -
PHONE : Marion's\
along the Lngayen Gulf in Luzon : : HUESO a \ ;
: S : BEAUTY ;
%1946-Gen. Eisenhower orders LUNCHEON SETS : Licensed : :
all G. L's not needed abroad returned -I : BATH SETS BLANKETS DRESSES ETC. : : "Southernmost House In U.sA." .1.1.Expert ;
** Call 831-R and Goods Will Be 1400 Duval Street Telephone 131 A .
"without delay* : Brought to Your Door : : : .
.>1947-Gromyko accuses United -I.." : CASH or TDIE PAYMENTS : : PAINTING ContractorFREE : CONCH SHELLS Hair Tinting "Hair Cuttin / .I' '' '

decison States of atomic insisting upon control a ................................................: ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : : All Sizes Personalized Corective Permanents Facials Styling. V;b: \:
on energy
to delay general disarma ,- ................................................. Telephone 9127. 114 Dun Street Jefferson Hotel .: : ExcIusiTe but Not Expensive ifeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 1 :
e........... ... ..........c.. COCOAlVISSPONGES. ,. .
ment.'The "|, : Save 20% e......see* ..*..............eee.............. ...e...e.....................*................

: Battle of Nations was the :, l on dwellings Fire Insuranceby :' LANDSCAPING LAWN MafntenancS : : : For More Natural Hair :
'name given to the battle of Leip- mercantile INSURING : PRUNING-TOPPING. :
bldgs. house : the Finest :
October 16, 1813, between -
sig on a. : :
hold FILL-Top SOIL LOTS Cleared and HEDGE Trimmed.
Napoleon on one side and and personal Mutual t I Fire I Insurance Co. : Will Ship to Any Part : in Permanent Wave
the allied nations of Russia, i effects. All Policies : Marl Hauled, $5.00 for 4 Yards. .Also Lots S of u.s. or'Canada : i
Save 15 Non-Assessable
Prussia, Austria, Sweden Den- "hK Mercantile% on : Cleared and Marl Spread, Very Reasonable : Marcy S. Palacio BEAUTY : ,.
:,lJ.ark'and England on.theother... ,, Stock J.L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674eeeeeeeeeeeeee: :
.... .......... S ; / ? ? 1021 OLIVIA STREET : : 401 South Street COLONY r
.......... .......... G WEjEjlJl :
rlllll'-'II. PHONE 801 : KEY: WEST.: FLORIDA
.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeI ....*.e.....................................: .:...................../ 521 SOUTHARD STREET: : + ; 1
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee* : .....................M...................... .......e........e.....1 Next Door to the % : .:

J LOWE'S J: I B.&B. CYCLE SHOP E JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP : : : SoutbemmonBeauty School .: 1 1a
; A : : 116 DUVAL STREET : ALL ARE ,

: : .... 822 Fleming Street ; Open Daily and Sunday, : Soles '- .. LICENSED BEAUTICIANS a!1

:1 RADIO : For the BestSALES : 5 P.1\1.\ to 1 A.M. : ; Appraisals : Specializing. in the Most Modern Phases :
: SERVING > : 1I
i andSERVICE Uinners Leases : of Beauty Culture :
S .
Rentals Phone 206 for Appointment
: Also A La Carte and Sandwiches :
: 1. : .. Management SE HABLA ESPANOL _
; SERVICE : REASONABLE PRICES -.: : Improved and Vacant ..?.......................................?

t............................................1 ', Properties in Key West .._... ... ......eo0 .....
: and Monroe County .d.W ;k.L: .1 I
; MargaretStreet ; Cushman Motor Scooter ; ROMERO'S ELECTRIC S ow Prices
: Dayton Bicycle SERVICE : : J. OTTO :
Steelcote Rubber Enamel : : Daily between 9:30 AJ4. and 3:30
: PHONE 1301 Rental Service : : We Repair and Rewind All Type of : : : P.M.-Appointments u. accepted "',- "
: 411 from public by Senior Students of 6a.,-

.: : Pick-Up and 1 < I; Bob Daniels.PHONE Proprietoreeeeeeee.e.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 1013 : ELECTRICAL MOTORS ; : 919 Whitehead Fleming Street Street : TheSouthernmost ,. 'll\

; DeliveryAuto : WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED : Phones 124 and 736-R '

i ......................- ....................................e........... ... ,,PHONE ll -Just Ask for BlUr!"W : ....................... School : :
............................... ...... .
i ...................... : SEE THE NEW MODELS OF THE : .......... ieeeee.................ti............6.... /...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeINSURANCE : 1 of Beauty Culture : 4,
: "Monarch of the" :
I t : MAJESTIC NOW ON DISPLAY :. Are You Covered Financially? .' 523 Southard Street l /1 -

: : There are a number available with over 800 hours :
i Electrical Wire Recorder RADIO Phonograph : I: The Financial Responsibility Law is NowEffective :. : of state approved instruction who know the latest ...
: An Ideal Gift Liberal Trade-In Allowance : : All Owner Auto and Truck : phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians g
: :
OFFICE under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of i ?
ServiceBatteries : Bring Your Radio for Repair : I:: Drop In and Let Us Explain This Law to You Today I 52.A Sot+'I'11.1IIU : : 'beauty culture do good work at very low prices.. Although S
\ : : BIG NAME to A Radioman s appointments are not required, it is advisable. :
"Slo" Charged ,' I' 1'1 Key West Insurance Co. ; STREET{ : For Appointment Stop at .
Starters and GeneratorsLIGHTS : : 24-Hour RadioRepair j : Opposite Bus Station ; : 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE 537 : I
316 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1371 ............................................ "-
: .. .... ...........
and : : ....................... .
.; : '...-........................................... PHONE NO. 1 .
: IGNITIONMOTOR r-x Service ...............e...............e...e.we****
: TUNE UP : i BICYCLES I REPAIRED :: : Just Arrired-COAT SUITS Seqjjin-Trimmed :
;; RENT : : -THEPorterAllen- : Lovely DRESSES for Children. Drapes.Curtains :
i R. E.PLlilMER -; ,.. ; _
AI'sMusicCo. heels.Pillow Cases...Combination TABLE and FLOORHAMiLTo :
; J : Our Customers Must Be fJ. RADIOS Cash or Term
\ S : We HaTe Authorized MAJESTIC Dealer : : Satisfied : J

:' 211 DuTal Street :'S : The HIT Latest 629 Eaton Street 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE"1380 5 Company :, : MERCANTILE CO.

.f- ........PHONE......41........ : RECORDS ...PHONE..... reeeeeeeeeeeeee 1081eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei *. OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE : "eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*i : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET TELEPHONE 1S12eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :

; .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee... .............................................. .................*...........eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee............................... I Ii /,.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 1 :.......*.................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee......................

: : -. t Ride the Bus to the : ,, 1
d & PRICE TOURS : When You Go :: i The Division Street i' j GOLF COURSE : C BEAUTIFY
: :
Food Shopping. :
i : Your Entire House with
.. PassengerRepresentative : Be Sure to Get :: I ENDIXLaundry
'J e
: : :
: foxFLORIDA : :
: dkeJ.
r I ,, EAST "IIAAJI,." ,. ., Home : or ASPHALT TILE :

: :
: : 1012 tV1S STREET f0. I
Nut .
Mow ,
: The Foundation of Today9 to u. -
,i. S DR. COBO'SOFFICE Meal Planning ,: LllfJtS GOLF n : Key

BUNDLES to 10 Ibs. 45c j
4 FLEMING, STREET Hotel : RALPH FARALDO PHOrfE : up : Floor Covering Co. i
: of La Concha : :
IUar Key West Agent ZMteeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Soap. Detergent and Bleach Supplied : Hare Fun :
124 : OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY A.M. to 8 P.M.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. : KEY WEST GOLF CLUB 118 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORIDA :
,' ......PHONE................, ............................ ..> 1',.......e............<.. "eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*

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volumes and costs 415 kroner I -
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4 !t'_ : 'P. Y 1 1r of Bible Ttl 3R Vftls. glhahad Braille Jn Bibles Nor-I Ir' j
than 100
-'Johnny Rehs'At '. i irl' for more ycars

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1925 and in Sweden since 1937. ,
first Danish Bible has .
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; *bGY TO ROOM MOTHERS J KATK P'tsst KICQ"LAII &.. "tiesal,t '

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: /By MRS. S. J. LAWRENCE m-J tamblabt, Ja adrsarr but
j A4h.rt'.*...* u.. tt.4tfr thl ..ef.4u...., a1yt.rU..n. WI10000".r_ l te_'
.3fies: Betty Joyce Adams, rill b* Inverted IB Tb. Clt... teth count tnay bash b ir aavertlraent ,
county truant officer was guest < rae vt .Zc m word for<< wwb laiwrtlofi. charged. ,
but the mtflniam char** for ft t3Llt'tIIO" IiAl1/.1 N
speaker at' the Poinciana Room the firnt IS .on!. Or !.... to 2eTu< IliKUit. puMuailvo. ro\ij ro.aiL
T Ihe rate fur bUtrtt-)" I* Se. In Tl...( 1t.&.. office t..Cure "II
Mothers and Study Group1meeting word. anot,lfc. mlAtntam th rfc. '*.r clock tn tie onir6UC.. .>.. the <>a' 1
held Wednesday at, 2 be first 16 w.rd> Is Iftc < j
f ix;nx, in the school auditorium. .
Miss Adams has studied child adr.rtlsing 1. aeaepted ender tb. hdlowlaa: e.astitoa. 1k aI:: i
.Yentl fall a
y of error la adrertlela*, trali.ieat ur Coetraet. Th.Iised
t psychology and spoke on the are: # r..pu..tble only fur Ill,. tint I.t' I. Ilawttwa a.wnu..dE. tad Is.Dhplar i
4 Adrertidaa fur only the aetual &m..uat ..t ep&"e upied by II. I i
tide "The Promising. Rebelli-j ..trt .I the .h.rta.cmt where th. error flour.itetlstr u
on." She pointed out that every _ v r . s I +!
normal youngster is at some time FOR SALE r1>

w or other a, belligerent "Johnny ... .......... -1 1I. e
s r,- ::: 'PV", __ _--.....-r:-r:._.,, -- ;:::- A.L"4 : t
Reb". He may rebel against his White outside house paint, white I] -
( Waitresses wanted. Phone 9292
(AP \\ irepbotob UaJ. :r- ci fl.u.e' ..
parents his teachers or anybody ) after 3 p.rn. janB-4tx I f I enamel, floor enamel, $2.75 gall; f 1YSrPr
) else who restrains his expand-I! RESCUE WORKERS dig into the ruins ef a section of the Semiramk:'Hotel at .Jerusalem: search I. Ion up. Large electric heater', THE :NEW YORK DAILY NITS. in a eoFTrignted story id-ntf-

\} ing personality.f j I cf victims after a terrific explosion. Responsibility fer the blast was taken: by Ha acs. Jewish defense EMPLOYMENT WANTED 1 $9.75. Doherty &: Co. 345 Olivia f fies Alistah-e Nicholson (l left) as a former British unan. a native

\ No: one denies that all this i J force which claimed the hotel had been used as headquarters for aa armed Arab farce I corner of Packer. Phone, cf Glasgow Scotland. who the newspaper says was "hustled"

may be abeit hard on his elders i| fighling against partition of Palestine. Experienced, settled housekeeperwants I, 1597. jan5-6t I Ii Into:: the U.S. Army at Southampton. England and 'shipped

: yet such freely proclaimed defi- permanent job with living home" to the United States some six months later. Nicholson

ahce can bring promise of study ;; -- -- quarters. Write Mrs. Helen i)k i i Plumbing supplies complete is visiting his aunt. Mrs. Kenneth McLeod (right) in her home at

independence and stability 'Comdr. ARABS BURN) JEWISH TAXI Storms Gen. Delivery Key stock. Plastic tile paints and I Niagara Falli. Ontario.Gentle .

1 i Mrs H. C. Tims, Room Mother Yankey I .... '11' .,. .. A. West. jan9-ltx i I 1532 brushes.N.W.Murray's 62nd Plumbing MiamiI I .
1 Street. ---- --
chairman --- --- -- --
I presided over the,bus-J, .
iriess,, meeting. Plans were discussed -; Is Transferred i.I w 40rf.. FOR RENT I Fla. Phone 7-3421.: janl-tf I i
Art Of
: for a future variety show.I !
*"ln q w T K p,, ,"v Downstairs' office at 611 Flem-: Fredritk'displajr t ; and storage box, SUPPLIES
: to the
of appointment Lt. Comdr. W. R. Yankey. j| ing Street. Apply Citizen Of-j adding<(machine, meat, slicer: l
Mrs. Fred J. Miller and Mrs. USN. CEC, who has been assistant fice. jun5-tf I t cash register, overhead fan,!I Boy Meets Girl [ 123 Duval St Lopes Bid!?.
Chester F. Tingler to the school
: public works officer at Key i i ( produce: scales. Phcne 15C3-J.:: ; '
board, Prinicipal Albert Carey West Submarine Base for 26 ; APARTMENTS FOR RENT I jan6-6tx j PRAGUE. AP). Walking' See Our Line of

said "We of the school system months, expetts orders transferring : L .i i'II I through a park in a Pragaa sub-j

think very highly of them arid him to Kansas City Mo., Modern spacious, furnished apt! 1941 special de luxe Plymouth urb, a 20-year-old girl was assaulted -, Greeting Cards

expect to see wonderful results.", for permanent duty next week. ; Twin beds sofabed, near ocean.I I", sedan. Apply Gulf Supreme:,( recently by a youth who i
Mr., Adults. Seasonal 811 United 1: hit her on the head with an''
Carey informed the group NORCnOSS and GIBSON
Comdr: Yankey said today that : < .i.irr Service Station carne Eaton:
that new books for the school he will' represent the Department St, Apt. 4. j h5-6tx I{ and William Sts. jan3-3ix empty bottle.
Navy ; '
t library" had 'arrived from the International in' the Bureau of AeronaUtics x !I _._ I II The assailant fled when the Eaton:: Stationery end Notes
Association. > For Rent-Two-bedroom apartment I girl started to scream but WlS'
Library DeSoto Excellent Cocktail Napkins Bridge Seta
,1940 coupe
construction program I!
Seasonal. Available Jan. caught by passersby. i
that is forward at Kansas ., : condition. Priced: very rea- 1 l Plastic! Badge Cards
going dl. i I 15th. Apply 419 Division St t'j sonable. :Monroe Incjan6tf In a statement to the police
,-- ,, POSTPONE DATE, FOR : City. Comdr. Yankey has also} I rear downstairs. jan6-6tx I the youth claimed hs attackedthe :!
served here as housing officer of girl "because I wanted to get
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West Naval Base. 1 v.ith her:'
ordered Key : Newly-furnished two bedroom acquainted :
for distribution al northern 1940 Cadillac coupe. l-c" paint
Comdr., ,Yankey, his wife and 1 apartment, including Fngidaire,
,_- points in addition to tourist 1 i de-rust j job 3 new tires. 45 -
three children to leave electric stove, linens, hot water. '
:: in the Miami area.. Some expect i' 000 miles on ensure?, Etcel- I
p"centers,of these offices, presentedwith for.Kansas City after the receipt! Available rent January Apply 15th.1508 Sem-Seasonable -J t lent condition. Call 15;)'l9-R ASTRMA ,

an attractive photo mural'. of his orders. i 1 jan7-3b SUFFEREFJ: FIND CURB FOR MISERY I,
inary Street. jan6-6tx DUE TO ASTHMA ATTACKS. RISKED: HaD .cd' .
to feet by three' feet l in slze|i. Physicians under 45 old '' dll I New bcpc for rel'ef from asthma par si j ;;{
-showing a scene of Key West, : year i, 1937 pick-up truck. $125. Can he Jams M..ea today m rrporte of succcw with
have much lower death rate HOUSES FOR RENT formula which acts to ;
a t i a palliative :
which is expected to be of tremendous a i: sego at Tony's Auto Shop. 603- _..-1ioD. Urn and women who foracrly Pf l/4nJ1Y4
advertising value.A than the .general U. S. pop: la- Y i i 05 Greene St jaa7-6bc suffered with dread toochiitc chokiat ;.
tio, of the some ages but later t ; tqit Spacious two bedrom home, f vhemaff asthma attark* nnw tell of blessed .
breakdown of the cost nf,' d,11S I furnished. I relief after, H. MOUETIM Costs$r.buti
these above' expenSes is as fol:: in life i physicians have a higher I beautifully Largelot Store equipment-One refr gera- i I roandenmi rnulta. this la not exnen.i.a 2 flights dally
;: death rate than the rest of the with tropical l fruit trees atI amounU to only a few pens* TW 4'p. '
lows: 1 tor display 'R. C Allen '
case on j (Caution-us* only as directed.) PROMETM
Billboards n._-$1,530 population of: the same ages. r I North Beach. Contact owner.t i cash register and adding ma-1, U sold! ttith str:et muney-baiJi xtaractee br I, MIAMI
---roo 1319 Olivia St, Phone 1164-W. I eatral Yaaratae ('.r. tint. ....
Neon Sign and Tourist cen- I jan7-4tx 1 dune,, one 14-ft. vegetable ,bin'i I IJh lal.. 0|.. Ma'll Orders ..01..... witJa aeeenieat coan>> .clioa. t. KMiV.%
.>ter -. .__.__,_. Rod chance to assist and have an opportunity I | one computing scale: (capacity: R delpltb. ttetttk. OisrlatM.Jackass-
Folders -__ ,809 of winning a new J J'FISHING LODGE Fait RENT I 6 Ibs), one hanging: scale (capacity sOs Paesacota! Tawpo. .New Ria..a r.ttta
Photo Murals __,_ .._ 100* automobile at the same time they; i 20 Ibs.), one meat slicer. I seating cities

All profits from the automn- added.,' New, beautiful fishing lodge, six grocery store gliders with Yov cet.yeryt laiag wbenyou AyNstbnol

bye) contest will po directly: Into l i "It is, regretted that the con- i pecky cypress finish inside.i baskets high-grade shelving in II IIBICYCLES speed comfort CourtOMservice.

the above advertising program test date must be postponed" one I completely furnished Located I,8ft. units. All equipment new All recognized air travel car A
(\1' ff'Irephut")
Many Key Westers have long of the:officials said today, "but I j two weeks ago. See Tcm Reid accepted. Se. your travel aent *col
i on the ocean at Cudjoe Key,
said that we should advertise as in order to achieve the advertising IN THE SHADOW of the old wall of ancient: Jerusllem; and Justto at Reid" Grocery or 1020"( Georgia ,I Also in Stock-NEW
I twenty-five minutes from Key
other Florida cities do if we wantto program decided upon, it is the left of the famous Damascus Gale, an any Arab mob I Weston U.S. No. 1. Has elec-| St jo.n5-5tx; I I BICYCLES TRICYCLES ,II 1094cor

1 get more tourists here Cham necessary'to raise the funds with watches a Jewish taxicab used in an attack on the Arabs Dec. trio lights, hot and cold running I I

r t her officials' said. Here is_their_which tto carry it through. 23. as it blazes after being set afire. Cab was capturcJ by pursuing j water radio-phonograph,:!: 1940 Packard convertible. New I SCOOTERS

--- Arabs and brought back to the scene of the attack after ', swimming pool bottled vas! top motor perfect condition. t I SKATES

I ,COST $10,000 rQ r R MoDE one cf the Jews in it was killed. The attack and subsequent stove and refrigerator. Will 1 Call 742-W. jan7-3t: Overseas Cycle Store

fighting brought death to 15 persons. Arabs. British and Jews. 1! also furnish small boat for i
j i fishing. Will sleep seven. Complete new bathroom set in- : 920 Division St. Phone 1389
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,A I IMPROVE BE lOADWAY STORE -- I Phone 548. or 661-.J. 1 eluding 5-foot left-hand drain.
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I iron bathtub. i -
RjointUse CITY SEEKS PERSON J jan7-tf'i cast Also lava-
tories. Telephone 781. 512'i : iI '
Broadway Super Market bu-;:Duval street, instead of crosswise I (Continued From Page One> :
i Street
WANTED TO RENT i iLl. Margaret jsn7-3tx |
.tral and Petronia streets is com :. of the buildh-g. j gas vapor. substance or material r I I
pleting remodeling and extension NeW To Aid Farmers '
material has been 'Ii
installed .
I Comdr., wife, baby desire two Bathtub and lavatory for sale in'
,--'or of its store at an expense in the counters, and the'!' WASHINGTON REA has 1! "In section 23 cf the same; code I or three bedroom furnished i good condition. Call 266-M -
approximately $10,000. Ernest shelving has been '
improved, so house. Permanent
apartment or jan7-4tx : LOAN
provides follows I Get CASH of
Rivero of authorized borrowers of as : I a
one the that
: of
partners customers the store can agency duty, Key West. Reason-
announced today. serve themselves bttter About funds to contract with local tele- "Gaseous or explosive substances able rates. Phone 790, Ext':,! 1935 Ford very good condition t Qua urns !(- 5

This is the third time the Mar-I 75 percent of the equipment is phone companies for joint use of I shall not be connected 361, 8 to 4. jan8-3tx I Apply 316 Southard. jan7-4tx i iWANTED CAsa b.utweaeats ri to300 i

!ret has teen extended. In the Rivers said. t I. TO BUT GLUT ,
new j 1la.s. Irws
with the
) facilities for carrying both electrical -] public sewer without Auto and Personal Leans
first store a small one. at Angela On the Petronia street side of and telephone service to. first being conducted through a FOR BALE 1 stools ) ;
and Duval streets there the structure are a combination Wanted--Old rags. Call at The lo.or 13 Is CONI.M.ERCIAL. (.
: or basin contracted to
sump so as $1501
was barely 'room for the stocks) vegetable and fruit self-service farmers. intercept detrimental ef- Duro water pump capacity 350 I j 1! Citizen Office jnn7-tf I PLAN( I"
of, Borrowers will be allowed to any gals. hour. Used washing' 40.01 2536 CREDIT
groceries and meats. Then the stands, with a total length of 42 I 1 fectS. Novaste. materials per Sion .INCORPORATED ,
ptesent building lease their wires and or machine. Apply 1314 Pine St,, Single-burner kerosene heatei!' 4 r
was built at the f j feet The customer will find the poles to : other substances of kind 421 Fleming Street
corner: of Petronia and Duval.' fruit and vegetables either frozen telephone companies for exten- any jan8-3tx J j State price. Box X-43. Citizen I rnof i .
shall be conducted into
an .1 j FIIOISE 778
) public Office.
I jan8-3tx
of electrical
t St\'eet.; or cool sion facilities to ,
by reaching into the
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i sewer which may cause clogging 1934 Ford V-$ excellent ''
-This" building, which was first! bins. It is not necessary to open rural' areas. or damage to the sewer." condition. Apply coupe Island City MISCELLANEOUSNationally .- !' < .tr ; : -= _::- -f ,.. __ :. =-- '.
"The contracts make ,
constructed with a width of 46' a 'drawer to reach the frozen possible i W. C. Tims superintendent of Schol of Art 2nd and Flagler. I
I certain the
feet and a length of 100 economies in con- I
feet foods.
has been struction of rural power and the sewage department said that jan9-2tx:!: organized company Overseas
rearranged, so as to Associated with Ernest Riveroin i
telephone lines" according to: the oily substance at present will build modern type of

give about ten feet more room. the ,market are his father. An- 1 REA Administrator Claud Wick- i reaching the city wage; dis 1937 two-door Buick sedan, : home, fully approved in Key ,
The counters now run toward tonio and his brother. John. F-4. Ft I 30'; 40', less
'u ard. posal plant is gaseous and high- $600 00 Apply Taylor West at to than Inc.
---s_ Navy Housing. jan6-4tx 1 conventional cost. Example: Company
------ -- ---- ly inflammable material and 2I I ,

. FOOD FROM 'THE FRIENDSHIP TRAINS clearly violates;; the provisions I bedrom home. fully equipped,
House and lot at 1125 Packer. i for $3,975. Easy terms: $25 I, Fast
: of the plumbing code. Dependable Freight antI Express Service:
Enquire after 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. per month. We build homes on
"We have already traced the jan66txCollapsible I the "production ''me" method, -between-
I substance in part and hope to I I I
t tr and save you a great deal of
a chase it to its sourr-o', said Tims. baby carriage and money. Write CC, c/o Key MIAMI\ and KEY WESTAlso

"We have eliminated several I 66-1 Poinci- jl West Fla.dec3112tx. '
mattress 1500. Citizen Key West Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
f sea filling stations, but it is certain ana, Phone 1564-R. jan7-4l I I' Between Miami and Key West
someone is wrongfully dumpingthis

oil mto the =sewers. 1937 Pontiac. motor perfect tires I I Washers irons, vacuums and :

; '- .It has not only clogged the fair, fair battery. Applv 1707 I fans reoaired. OtJnant Phone Express Schedule:

t r disposal plant, but stopped!! the Von Phister Phone 858-W. 1164-M. jan2-tf I (No Stops En Route)

f 9Y pumps. The stuff is clearly ex- I jan7-3tx ,!
I Fred Ledford, and
expert painter
plosive and it l3 dangerous for
r r) Man's bicycle. $20.00. 1307 Pe : decorator. Apply at 728 CnitI j SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
men around the
rives at Miami at 12.00 o'clock Mid
tronia Street jan7-3tx I ed. jjn8 CixRIHTINC
pumps: I night.
ar .., -
dT Famed Americans who were I I II l SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid

once t"hmakers: include Paul night and arrives at Key West at

Revere.. St:ohen Girirxl. Robert 6:00 o'clock A.M.

Fulton. Otto Mer::enth->ler and / Our prices are consistent Local Schedule:
Henry Ford.
< s with our quality work on (Stops At All Intermediate Points)

_r_ all types of printing. Pablications I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT : -
--4 SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock
1. CARMONA LIQUOR STORE i stationery, office A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00

o'clock P. M.
d N a 1114 Dun StrretA /'t forms invitations advertising

Cbrrplett' S'",k of others. ; LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

.tPit WINES. LIQUOPS. RUM and SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and

; ; eta, GIN at CUT-RATE PRICES I Ii arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
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"x Yi Call 138 for I '

.. Prompt FREE The Artman Press .
Made Greens hud Ann Streets -:
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,CHILDREN at the departmental school at Vitry. a suburb of Paris eat a warm lunch prepared t| of 4 P.M. and Midnight Phone 51 r... !, OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton & Funds Sta.

'frem; food which was part ol the cargo received from the Friendship trains which toured the. :.j We Reserve the Right to Refuse .,;;. '-'-"_ PHONES: 92 AND 68
attribution of Friendship Train Delivery to Anyone ; : J
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Players. Solve I Your HoroscopeFRIDAY 'I Vending t Machine I :> :4

Problem About ," JANUARY 9, 1947- .

Russian Role\;'Those sive have and a born tendency rather in the to early be aggres-I hours. I Trapped Boy, 6 .. lIe's just a lad with a bag of newspapers slung :

By JACK LOCHER (little dater hour modifies this I VENTURA Calif.-Peter Orozco --
his shoulder basket full attached to :
.Following in the unsteady :;into self-reliance which with I 6, dissatisfied with the amountof over or a
footsteps of the United Nations J the originality of thought will popcorn he got when he de-
the Key West Players these last :'enable you to stand alone, posited a cojn in a popcorp vend- : his bike-but he's a success story in the making. f fr
'weeks were faced with a grave against opposition. In many ing machine, shoved his hand
and unpromising Russian situation !cases. there is an undercurrent into the slot to get more. t Because he's about about finance ''i
However in contrast to the of an artistic sensuous temperament -l'l Firemen called to the scene learning people,
'rest of the world the local dramatic that improves the mind. I to help get Peter's hand loose,i
:; group has settled the I''I'' had to partially dismantle the : and how to conduct a business, through .: .
problem that confronted it in a are once, again in full swing af- !.machine. before they could free
most satisfactory manner and ter a holiday layoff. The cast is,[[the boy.let -
his alert he will also
all now is peace and content being rapidly worked into shape'!I -------- t newspaper route. Bright, i--
ment in the vicinity of the Barn under the able direction of: -
Theatre. 1 J Frank Ramsay and assistant di- '! Us You / become self sufficient and well poised, so have l l.t
The crisis was brought about'by j'I rector Ann Carleton, with even Help
the Navy's imminent transfer more rigorous preparation being<
e Gregory. Folley, a stalwart I the"forecast of future operations.The E Plan Your Floors .t a friendly word for him every day. : aI
member of the Players !: actors !have not alone been I I ,) 4I
last fall, i busy, for the stage crew have I 4
since joining the group I J .Free Estimates Given : '. .
and one who will be long remembered devoted much time,lately to the l! Asphalt Tile I .
I for his performance contstruction of ase' for :of the} starring role in the local play a production that promises'to t Cork Tile '.
presentation of "The Drunk hit a new high in hilarity and t .Plastic Floor Tile : pi Encourage the :
' ard" last October. lie had wont popular appeal for the far-famed, .Plastic Wall Tile J! .
the role of Boris Kolenkhov, the Key West Players. .EroadfeltsCapello t + = boys know to 1
you ,
I Russian: dancing master, in "You j Wool Rugs 4
'3 Can't Take It with You", forthcoming i i Acoustic Ceilings
K production of the organization Mv' AUTO and Hardwood Flooring : t earn by selling this< :
I Formisa for Sinks.
his withdrawal cre-
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BODY SHOP Counters. Tables 4t
;.. ated a large and threatening j
void in the cast. 603-05 GREENE STREETWe Floor Rcfinishings Sanding and t ii1 newspaper. on a

.For days the search went on 4
.I' ,and no one could be found to SEWLAC Have PAINT A I Modern Floors & Tile \f regular route u e'll :
play the Russian, until someone 1 Iy I/:
suggested we wire an offer to
,Molotov. The emergency was finally We Are Equipped to Match J. L. CATES t assign.Circulation.
resolved by the opportune Any of the Various 3.500 Flooring Contractor 4
Automobile Colors .
return to Key West after a hol- 1434 VIRGINIA STREET
:. iday trip of Josef Lazarovici, Let Us Give .you An Estimate cn PHONE 1539 1 4
Painting or Retouching Your Car I I
whose name is nearly synonoJmous /

and his with acceptance that of the of the Players part, I, ...................._........_.................. -.................-.....--.....-.-.--...........-...........,......,..,-..,'..,-..,.., I : Department /:
of Kolenkhov. :Mr. Lazarovici is I / r
a welcome addition to the cast : Announcing the Arrival,of the First Copies 4of -

f.,c\ -and to.:Reheasals be his'interpretation an outstanding of the one.George promises S. I i.I. that Much-Talked About Book- I 4< 1 t West Citizen

:' Kauffman-Moss Hart comedy I.It SEARS Spring and 4I 1 The Key I I

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Medical Test Proved This It, Summer Catalog 1 .
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if Visit itfUO ORDER OFFICE 4 4 I
Are you troubled by distress of female -
function monthly disturbances I !
) Does this make you suffer
from pain feel *> nervous, weak TODAY! :
htgh-au-uiig t ucn tlmca? Tbeuo
> try Lydia E.PlnUkUn's Vegetable :
Compound to relieve web symptoms Phone Phone
In a recent medical test this SIMONTON:: STREET 1
proved remarkably helpful to wom-.
eo troubled this way.Any drugstoH.YDIA .. 1560 At the Corner oJ| Fleming street 1561 4 "

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: : nmmmImmJ: ,Fleet Reserve ''Mrs. Vera Wood ted to membership,. Mrs. Mamie -
BLESSING FOR RECOVERING CROSS Morgan, Mrs. Veronica Dunna- For the Brands You
Key West In Auxiliary To Help New President Of vent and Mrs. Olive Curtis.
I The club is arranging for a'

Days Gone By! March Of DimesAt dr I Navy Wives9 ClubAt month.Valentine party to be given next \ ,

I their regular business the last meeting of the
:AS TAKEN FROM FILES meeting! Thursday night, the 1d Navy Wives' Club, Mrs. Vera Enginers estimate it is just as
JOF THE CITIZEN OF I Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Wood was elected president to easy to see a white thread on a
JAN. 9. 1938 I Reserve Association Branch 56, succeed Mrs. Eloise linger, re- black background in very low I
.: BtonnnnnmniuiiwuiJuauuuiuiimuinHuiunitiwnState : voted to hold a Tacky Dance for signed. Mrs. Edith Clark was I light as to see a black thread ont
Attorney George Worley, the benefit of local Infantile named as vice president a black.background when 2,000
made the chief address at the' Paralysis March of Dimes Cam }1 t r I Three applicants were admit tunes as, much light is used. f i41\ .
I..L Jackson Day dinner held here paign at the Fleet Reserve Clubon o
J i -r last night by local Democrats. Front Street_ January 24, 1 j & a
SER F'zE' -I
While in the city Worley was from 9 p. m. to one a. m. rr kIr :
the guest of Judge Arthur A prize will be given the man 14I 0
1 Gomez and Assistant State Attorney and the woman judged wearing Automobiles X3-4 Aulomobiles"I I =
1 J. Lancelot Lester. the tackiest costume. I Pay Only the e 'NO. ...
I After the meeting, the branch A i:4: I RegularEstablished TRADEINNECESSARY = i

__ Funeral servicesare being and the auxiliary met for a social 47 Price = .
hour, with refreshments
conducted this afternoon for i
I served by the ladies. 1 The FAMOUS EMBLEMS Pictured Here SS
Curtis Watkins, 45, who died __ pd c
I The auxiliary will meet for TwoAutomobiles ,
Saturday. afternoon in his homeat ; Identity That Are =
at the Fleet Reserve '
I.Club. Thursday, Jan. 15 at noon.tertam ,, ws w. YS f
\, t If You Are Interested In the Best Possible Investment of
t; I 0i
_Dr. Allen E. Hadley. representative the Ever Ready Star Your Transportation Money. Come and See These Can!
of the National Associa-I Club tomorrow afternoon in her Drive Either One! Then You Be the Judge
tion of Audubon Societies and home on William street. ;y s
the Florida Audubon Society, ; :x IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ( *"
i .arrived in Key West today to I Miss Lois Archer, daughter of
lecture in the local public Mr. and Mrs. Wesley P. Archer, m Both Cars Are Serviced with'Genuine Factory Parts
schools about wildlife in Key and Delmar Eden grandson of e by A Thoroughly Experienced SAVE
West today to lecture in the local Mrs. William McCook, were -_ ------ -----'- : Factory-Trained Mechanic
public schools about wildlife married Friday night at 8:30:
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IIi this and other states. His lecture o'clock in the bride's home at
will be illustrated with pictures 1015 Fleming street. (center foreground). 18-year-old Greek sponge Daytou TIRES ami TUBES
of birds. He recalled that direr, receives the blessings of Bishop Germanos of the Greek Guaranteed<< RECAPPING! REPAIR;: Service 20%; OFF ,
Audubon spent many happy t Oliver Griswold publicity Orthodox Church after recovering the Golden Cross from Spring
days in Key West while paint-Oman for the federal..picture, bayou:in annual Epiphany Day:ceremonies at Tarpon Sprnigs. JAMES English-Made MOTORCYCLES Terms,Arranged
( ing the Geiger tree and the "The River", left ,yesterday for Ha. -In keeping with ancient custom the bishop threw the cross -ExWe BATTERIES eAuto ACCESSORIESasteinAoto&tioni&SuppIyJnc., On ALL of Our Flue

Kvhite-crowned pigeon._ New York with his mother, Mrs. into the water,and 18 youths of the town competed in diving for *
Mabel H. Griswold. it.; .Greeks believe the cross brings good luck to the retriever. Leather Jackets & CoatsZIPPER

Overseas Since.the Highway upper'bridges were open in the to Today The-Citizen says in an Mike retrieved,it once:-before... in 1945... -- ---" --- [ } $ and BUTTON STYLES .

traffic, 367 passenger cars have editorial paragraph: -C 0ti
come to Key West WPA officials -I "The silence about Santa S ,-
announced today. The traf- Claus in January is appalling." THREE: HOTELS Ice..MIAMI at POPULAR PRICES I I Formerly Pan-American,T"u.-Company- Save On j
fic also included buses trailers 1101-1103() DivMon Street Phone 418 >r
Located in the Heart 01 the City o rp
sand motorcycles.Mrs. + l lan
Annie Sharpley will cn- "BUY IT IN KEY WEST" Reasonable aatea ROO 1IS\' 'tor Write a..n.bona.jlb or Wire I .. II . . -. .-.:-. .--"-.--. .-. .. TROUSERS f.t :

Prompt Delivery BATH and TELEPHONE J : Leaders"Terms In Arranged"Low Prices ::11 L FLANNELS and TWEEDS: ;. I;

STRAND Showing THEATRENow t CYPRESS Ford Pershing Miller\ : Phone : = Regular $ 95 =v, I;

"CROSSFIRE"Robt. IC a $11.15 Values U
Young RobL Mitchum Hotel Uole) hotel 344
: SHADES : -.- '
60 N.E. 3rd St 228 N.E. lat ATe. 22P N.E. lit An. and- 0
+ O'Brien-Anne Jeffreys NOW AVAILABLE 80 RQoms 104'() Room 80 Room J LEWINSKY'SThe MEN'SSHOP
i t To Shade That Elevator Elevator Elevator : >st l BEDDING)
i Solarium Heated
Showing: t Home of
"BOOTS OF DESTINY"Ken Porch -- -tJEINTRODUCING- --- ------ -- --- ------ rJ:
Maynard I : JUVENILE DEPARTMENT : Hart, Scliaffiier & Marx Clothes

-KEY WEST- (4)
Starting Sunday
Sara Garcia 120 Duvak:Jefferson Hotel Bldg., fl r .
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Tito canta Tarias canciones iCALtr62. 'for Estimate .
Picture cr the Brands You Know j:
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t: Saturday Is The ... .... f PEARL INCORPORATED A N I S l r

a. DAY I /

Largest. Exclusive LADIES' MISSES' and 4/ I'

-"oJBElDNER'- CHILDREN'S Store in Key West / I

r.J I like achange r /. 4 I I

; ___ t.q t. =. Saturday and Monday / I

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: HALF PRICE 1 I7A ..B. ..... 1 1 CLEARANCE SALE /

ddb i f ff
ri : tin COATS: JACKETS: 2- mill ';-19jf'f'iUITS.! ,

J CLEARANCESALE ,9 .. : Gabardine<<. Wool and Dark bilk HbWEATKKS /

ami SKIRTS /
II : 4
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i ) .. : Values I

a 1 .. to 321.50 $975 i I

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I SRtN : $2.00 Off from ))nl. SES alue!*!! 0.75 to S1O.75 /4 I

PRICE PATTERN IN $3.00 Off from DRESSES Values SI 1.75 ioM.75 1 I

HALF YTt : 81.OO()Off from DRESSY Values $15.75 to S21.50 /4 I

ONE GROUP of ONE GROUP of NATIONAL STERLING. _" N Of likes course variety a young. so fellow the .: 55.00) Off from All DRESSES of Ilidicr _Prices J

I- stf'r handsome THAYER HI- /
: BATHINGSUITS SWEATERSOriginal CHAIR converts instantly /. 2a' 2"" 'r _.)a-,I( I 4
Prices I24. ,5t, j to a low ychairnd t REDUCTION REDUCTION REDUCTION 4
l ; .. a table. And now thai aa On All On \11' On AIl 4
$3.50 to 88.98 a719WO5Piece II. F beautiful,enduring Tkt-Lt. All-Wool 4
tray .its super-hard / Coats an d
HALF PRICE HALF PRICETHANKS ---d;, plastic surface injures per. /

:I feet chair sanitary wheels cleaning are Thi-Lit Play-*, : JACKETS SKIRTS TOPPERS
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) too Modem removable: :
Place $15.97 Open Stock Price siding! tray Velva.sheen
I .- wood fmisK; in Waxed ( New
I Setting $17.75' t 8i tat or Maple.Lowccnter (t Spring Arrivals j

r of gravity and 1 famousM" .
To the Hundreds and Hundreds itf I Richly and strongly designed In the Danish tradition ,4 's f THAVK e6ns Our Customes for Their JTonderful I INTERMEZZO now takes l Its place among the great sterling r .b. safety saddle' seat fort 4
comfort 1 1By II Dresses Hals Shoes :
Response in Turning Out for Our patterns of Its time.Magnificently executed and delicately I. f Sportswear
i balanced, INTERMEZZO Is a pattern for gracious living or II.I- s r
Annual HALF PRICE Clearance SaleIn I. Beach Wear Swim\ :
1 4 : Suits
luxurious giving..,and you save by buying place settings. ::0 T the of -
II cookers
Appreciation* Belduer1 Will Continueto f Complete assortment of open stock pieces Is available. .
.Q he famous and
Gire the Best Possible I'qlues tit All Time i THE 1& Thayer Play /

!. 11 r folding Carnage Come In and See the New Things As They Arrive 4

BEACHCOMBERJEWELERSIMPORTERS '. geay.,rp? e i Colorful Spring Dresses-! Colorful: Spring Shoes, :

LONER'S 1 I. t Blou e+ ami Skirt /
528 Duval Street Opposite Strand Theater I up
614 Duval Street PHONE 532 Key West. Florida gt 4si :
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