The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 23, 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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r Sunday 4 P.M.I t M Issued Last Year Ii

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-1T Funeral services for William 7
W. Demeritt. 67, who died sud- I Mean $7,500 Taxes

denly yesterday afternoon, will I
be held Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock in the First Congregational -I

L\ Church with the Rev. W Nat Airlines 1>C SAYS PERMITS

W. Iliffe. officiating. Burial will I
t be in the family plot in City I :
rfb Cemetery. The body will be'' Contends CAB CITIZENS L* cmr

placed in the church at :2:
p. m. Building permits Itrerref .... 1
Pritchard Funeral Home is in Blocks Service year represent about T I I Ira.

charge or arrangements i iMI cent of th* total asse.set .......

r He is survived by the widow, ak # ;"l'l:1: > : ir.1lines lion of all UM piop.Hrmunkipabty. h. tier.
Otj........ j
Mrs. Claudie Demeritt; one i 5 is contending that the i Ralph D. SpaUwc ansartlrsd I <

daughter Mrs. Alivn Moore of ? ,s_ i.; ;was a SCAB has blocked Uie improvement \today.
New Orleans; one son Dr. Will aa of airline service between< } 'The portion ofuued iMee t*.....
lam W. Demeritt of Los Angeles Florida and Texas to protect J j for rrpaw Ie pespuW )

; one brother, Herman De- r-- ... Eastern Air Lines and Delta AirLines j will rcMilt M tvastesmrnt .ki...... w .. :
meritt; two grandchildren w w ?r .? ft National officers said toI I j value aa4 ......... '

Christine and William W.. 3rd. t.. .. .r. ._---"- iYMIa .......:_,. .j 1t. I,day. I,no increa ia..... s
__ Mr. Demeritt was a memberof I National's argument was set : Dade Lodge F. and A. M.. tAP Wirei>lioto) I j forth in a petition for recunsid- < Manager Spaldint.

Knights of Pythias, Rebecca THIS IS THE WRECKAGE of an Eastern Airlines Lockheed: < Constellation plane from Miami. !I eration of tree Mississippi Valley "But the portion w4tea... .

Lodge, and a Veteran of World Fla.. after it crashed into a snow bank at Boston.: Mass.. and injured 13 persons. The 20 passengers J cae.' The CAB recently denied i venU new eonetn flies ..... was
1ir.phat.'>) War 1, and 2. and five crew members leaped into the snow bark just before the plane burst into flames and j II National's five-year-old application PATRICIA -6ATIFA- SCHMIDT. youthful dancer from Toledo. Military services will be held all escaped with their lives. j i for extension of its Florida- ;; ;sued last year will ..* ........

O. tit* im priiMi at IIn.... Cub and signs the sentence which in the cemetary by the Key West .... _. ----I i I New Orleans routes to Dallas by i inrera ed valualiiMi. acrd sal
- -------- -- --- - ket I* 1 IS yean Imprisonment for the fatal shooting: Guard of Honor of Arthur Sawyer and Fort Worth and to Houston' increase: in the rests.. w Mae

.I tot Job I. Me of Chicago\ on his yacht in Post 28. of the American Dollar To and San Antonio via New Iberia' i aty."It

....... Ile.... her are Detente Attorney C. Mend. Legion. CITY FIREMEN Topples j j jl land Lafayette. La. Beaumont I U preMuned tier die ar.w j jron.structlOft
Port Arthur and Tea 1,
-- Galveston
---- | wail.
'fcMO t ..4 Hubert W...... secretary of the court of Guana- I Iseel sisal .
Mrs. A. 65 Cents Now Asj as. i $750.000 and that th* smi iM III
..... E. Roberts f l( 1!I "National proposes: to furnish the work romplrte IM setae

I i the public direct one-carrier r- .
TO SERVE AS rrpretent' about a $4tRMN
Died Yesterday 1|:Inflation I Increases I II 1 i iUT +! vice connecting the Texas cities increase in atse.aad .........
ROARING GUNS with the State of Florida eliminating J -It must" be tea" ieMi>.i.< Mfcrf .
The AWMclaim Frrin) I{I the delay and inconvciiience homestead *xemplio..ia wall i* -

Mrs. Ada E. Roberts.. 85. died NIGHT POLICE I WASHINGTON Jan. 2J.o'lg- !|| : cf plane changes at NewI duce amount the easy mif w
yesterday afternoon at 5:30: o'clockn I !'I i Orleans or the circuity of travel 1 seal upon of about SMM. Tltat
MARK ARRIVAL the residence of her son, LykesO urea show how were disclosed today to' via Montgomery or Atlanta," the leaves $3 O. 60. what .....
the dollar
I has skidded
i .Turner. 1118 White street. Four Firemen Selected To I II since this: country entered: World, !petition stated. produce in excess of "JM w 1-
Funeral I taxes to the
services will be held War II. i i tsty"City
Saturday afternoon 2 o'clock in Run Desk At Poliee Carbonell [ At that, time the dollar ; Manager SjiiMix aaM.
OFADM.BLANDY he chapel of the Lopez :Funeral NowArranging I WiG jGood Progress that the ann*>al report' .f tiBllg. .
I woMh 95 cents but by 1146 it i
1I0n1(". Rev. G. Leon Wells, "I I I Inspector tnM Sewta twaresag
Headquarters In City: had fallen to 71 cents, and today j
the First M. K Church, will of- I I'I 1l\lade\ the activite t4 has .... is i ..
its worth is 60 j Repairing
only cents.
fif' ate. Burial will take place in For. i'I I I I rlanedar year IM? .. ..... fwd
C .in he family in Ceme- of .
plot City I extent to which inflation has set positive proof tlsertas.a.
AlUilJr. ., IliTl. llrr To |Bell tery.Survivors firemen were train; !I in. President Truman and Senator I I Resurfacing Sis. !I and the farth of maiy. ran..ts j
>' Telephone of the deceased! in. sworn in today as emergency M March Of Dimes Taft still disagree on some: i in the future of Key Wvi.petmH ..
elude the son; a daughter. Mrs. I Good is being made I I .Builchq Mi srlrt .r !
handle the progress
policemen to desk at
/lnlft: r Wild .1.1: lil, Ailfbwr points regarding the most effective -
j, To (Cables: In Margaret Brown; rour'J:1'anrkhi1!: Police Headquarters] on nights I way of bringing inflation loa J in the repair and resurfacing of $1,13UI& were are. ..e..d lanug i
.ul1- Ircn and three grcat-grandchil- when there arc no patrolman for City Commissioner Louis Car 'I halt then beginning its downward -'I certain city streets. Robert Dopp.I the year for acttalwdtaA4 sMM

a Ircn the positIOn Police Chief Joseph, bonell has taken over as .trend. i j du-ettor-of the, .Municipal department Some of lair ,

..! Naval' gum at 10 a. in.a Hawk's hone] I Kemp announced, today. er for free entertainment arrant.j' The President has specified 19.pointsand.'Taft .I of Public'Service. Said chased to 1MtJ5 mtf.
........... I hate Cl
ladal a.rlvalyJata..r5J1at .. .-- ... -- UnIter: :;w hmWtesllcHt+islitia. effercct-iMchtly eight: in the proposed i today. .
+-. *r9r W KaI llttndy.URN. '" AppiK e1 Ti has been to -- 'c"'JcrldllreS---.t'ted by City Manager Ralph D. Duval streets for the March of ; fight against inflatIOn. and.I The department isat present period of labor awl .**eao.l .

,the t INIW8Ck..hia.f. Army ,engineers in this district Spalding and worked out while agreed on some methods completing:: the work of grading shortages.
7:30 A.M. E.S.T. Dimes drive.
Sid In* AlUntk ana the U. S. At.I.Mw Chief Kemp and Fire Chief Le- are at odds on others, particularly 'and resurfacing Washington "But the last, ids. "I'
Ly Hell Telephone t The voluble and the block between Bled .irepfovemeM wwrfc
n-- Torres four firemen well-liked the Truman advoc.icv of rationing street. Only fir w
have I
A* Adm4tal i IM."'.,... hip. the i4 New YOlk for permission to Station- j 1 volunteered roy and have been se- Louis stayed on the microphone several comm"dillcs.I !| Reynolds and Grinncll street',!!t tirely fiiumrvd- by. ale crab
install temiorary submarine tel-I Other Republicans in hour remain to be finished. i I rests ax well a. to bsag.e-
Uttti |\wm.e, .ptM JM>bed l thehwlmvMtne { Atlanta lectde for duty. of the public address system for : I'
371 and senate. blame the I The workmen will then ano"rI local reWVnU ttt. aew tb-.
IUr It taws wireLltd t-phone cables **n the bottom of Billings They are Firemen Earl Inraham. several hours after- govern-
tar Uw Key W"t Naval and Hawk' in Birmingham .. ____. _- 261 Wednesday I ment for much of the inflationary j over to Von Phister street. The total value of pawsrs.,4
Ml'tuaS Channel,: : George Albury. Charles
taw. |..NI tram. ,... InCIt,. Bismark .-- ----- -- -7 i;Torres ond Jack Their noon and evening cajoling;, trend. Basing their argumenton : I thence into Whalton street. work rrpteeU ........ f 1 11 UH
the vkinity of Key West. Boston h_._ ___. _-_ 22 j Curry. pleading coercing 'and otherwise that pi emise. house leadrs favor ,i i The department is also engaged cent of the total Mae* trained
The ..ltoMMrduiUly, tte.pwitM1 The engineers announce that Buffalo ... -...- --- ._ -.- -51 work will begin law this prying dimes and dollars t I I lopping $3 billion off the administrations ;; : in filling pot holes in various property In .... ctty
wutii a hat. &u Captrul noon and end at midnight,
Grfil C AJ**". tfbN.r + -.mand no heating on the applicationwill Charleston -- ,- .- 39 second of the firemen will after-I; from passersby for the polio;: $a!)'/.! billion budget i streets. Tody they finished "Optimbtk. bee eoMaM hulk r
of be held but that anybody Chicago __ -1 a 1 but Senator Taft was reported j j in Whitehead street, then moved to the future. .. )I.p Wall is
$4 Kr West Nival' LL.*e, (Continued On Page u-ncl.
Corpus Christi _-_ .._ 51 H to favor a reduction of only $3;; unto Reynolds street They pre- most dett Me 'Out ta4t.r.1 rat
Mea gloat.I.wlwd.ielt. who wishes: tu object may send I Denver ____ 21 --j: k billion. ,j viously had finished Eaton talk is barked. up Ay arMasi ties
a1Rri. liar Pucunu his objection in Writing to thetngincers Detroit --..:._.---. -4' Churchill 'Showdown'Against !I I The CIO announced today that. j p!street. They also engaged today eficial to the gene.*! ..... "'
.....bat ., Bak.e. i Ihrk. in the. office in Jacksonville. El Paso __ .___ __ 40 Urges in its fight against inflation it ;i in filling some holes in Front the City and pooh wrttf ......
hula. 1"-'. tAJ". A..1. aetu.n Ft Worth ._._ ._ .. 24 has arranged to open a store in 1 street. proplr who Have a.. trslseaA III
pasted tyr Capri Wllltanl Sun aver the weekend to take part in Galveston --._- ... 50 I Michigan where commoditieswill I I Key Wrrt .,.rM a Itt1114a ...
.... Ut}*N rtHMtwiMimx ufficer the conferences: are: Jacksonville >. 46 I Soviet Government!' be sold at cost. lars a vear forthe arap.aaaN. M
.4 t*. S...*..itnr &... and A. Vice Adiarl Daniel E. Bar bey, Kansas Cilv ._-_m_ -41, ---- I 1 Marine Reserve City M* fwlwteaseured. pyrr ". ..
I CJ. W Mcf.44. .... l .N, n4 USN (if Balboa; Panama Canal ."
........... ........ the Fkftr. Zone: Red. Admiral Robert P. KEY Key West WEST Airport- ._-. 67 65 .", 4.w....." .. ,....... ''Thieves: Break !I III I
.I...., fwf-.a ht-. .arid! their Ill MX*. USN. from Norfolk. Va.; L-K Angeles .. 42 LONIK, Jan. 23.-Foimer tMugli with Russia: because s>l"iv.s To Be>, Recruited ----

l's4..... I. Atbaual. .Itlanol.. .,. near Admiral W. K. Phillips, Ix.uisville -- 7 Prime Minister Winston: Church-1' hardened against:; making. I :r Goes ToA\

At the tN ....,. Ibr USN from Norfolk: Rear Admiral MiamiMinneapolis. 63 ill. fully recovered from his recent 1 I any pgreciuenU: across the confer Into Residence( ( II A rrciuiting officer will heirnt Tug ()
.4 KMT WoM. Deal. live. -t..n. Carl F. Holder. USN. from ._ __ -18' i I 1 here on Monday to iccnntmcmlicrs
Mi the. fWwn I W.. met by Nurflok; Rear Adimarl John M. Memphis .. 14 attack of bronchitis, mail a';] .ce table. School Last : of the Marine Corps; Vessel ttt:< VM...rli. (MN, uwia.Mp << lloskin. USN from Norflok; New Orleans -. _.h. 53 45-minulc speech in the HOUM[ : of'Comnmns :'1 Churchill backed up the aoserlion Night 'I' Reserve it was announced tea> Aground .
n' "
Ia...i, ...twat. .. i4., .and tie dear! Admiral James Fife Jr., New York -_.___. ....m. 21 today, in which.: he for consolidation made ycs1 : I I by Patrolman Paul Stofer. Jr.
...,fi1rd lilt *. iu ducking from New London Conn.; Rear Norfolk _. -_._ 33; called for "showdown"Tot ween'western i't 1 tenlay by Foreign Minister Bev- Thieves last: night broke tn'"1 Stt.fcr said the officer would The tug<< ....*>.** *4 kr Mritt .>
Admiral' W. D. Johnson. USN. = a :: the Division, tlt'tt: :5-t.ol: and 1 1i be furnished office space at Police
.. __ l.
.. Oklahoma City ---- 8 Europe and Russu. in. who accused: the Kremlin of i 'h.p..a. s..M %elvaprtotlapny
fin MI....... A4m.ial. .tlat.lywa4tbagia rhkf of staff to Admiral Blan- Omaha -._ _- ..- -Ij He showed much of his oldtime j| fOll'ng: the world into anotherwar. j the home of Clarence Thompson.I Headquarters where he will wa drp.k I AN .tales
a seeks .c ........,rwltb ilv.' Rear Admiral Rico Botta. Pensarola -_ -.---- .. 47.:I vigor lie forcefully :declared 309 Margaret: street, ..11! was reported I he on duty from II a.m. to 3 p.m. day from its S11ba.ra... a._
... .. ... ... tl. USN. from Washinston.Arriving as today to the t.eriffs, office Monday to receive applications' . 2b
... /l i+ rThe Roan'Jke. --- that time thouid; be lost !! berth to a4 the AMM KM \n
no in Churchill cautioned against police )) , 1 I
and the
for .
I ho Marino Reserve.All
with rp.o Corps: .
....... Mtiiuimhn < heat yesterday I
0an P
U K Newel ti 3t. Louis taking a film bland against thv I i torv khip. A Hill i. I'.MU- aaground |
.. lirre Bear Adinwrl Fife's party wa 42 : any further delay in dealing A? Division Street School: the prospective reservists arc ..
... tr uat el.d In Francisco Soviets. I i new+ a ccrtwo'\ "sr.
uaesl Jd.ssar) b, wton >le teuvru ('apt !launders, who was returning San Antonio ,.. ._ 41 Some of his speech bluntly.' with Russia lie said the thieves, jimmird ..lieu a front!i requested to have their original! J; aU !>/Und. "uIM I
.. uiake Ida in f-(sin temporary duty atWathinetnn .. 4SFatlaliassee was ic-. western world is m a far better window and then p.ujied: entrance discharge i certificate with them 'j jI
Iair .t4at .- battle m.- -- i mindful of the one he delivered -
.......! all ,. rn.aK e: in Iron and New London to 44 in Fulton Mo., with President position now to act against thei the office of Pnncipal !, SEEK DIVORCESPetitions 'I!
'Tied to
Earl They pry ;
his command of the local 51Yashmglon i. Soviets than it would be in only
ftrtarrt ,ted here t I i Submarine Base.PREStRIPTIuN5 Tampa Truman seated beside him. in ;a )ear from now. by which time oppn the safe but it resist xl and I i I I seeking divorce* POOR OLD CRAIG II'II'I
Tea' ..btw.b Mta I, ___ __ __ _=1 March of 1')-16. when ho derrri| Uiiooia might Know the secret of, they left leaving a trail A malrhi -1:j i were filed yesterda in the ofj j I ftCBYlCC STATI9MCHAMPION
that the western world must get i window thc fIre of Circuit Court Clerk Ross
'lie! atom bomb. i from the front ; j iI j
i I jDiNion crt Fronds ...... tlM'
s '..trr.iM... ,".r...:;. ,. e. ... ----------| broke. j'!I C. Sawyer to John H. Bedford 1 1I I Ij
BOARD 1.a!IFi't;; : g;, i In the Thompson horntl -!j I against; Tertrude II. Bedford andI I

UPSON ..) .;'I"'rl ,,.o'd TWINS GARAGE bUIld Low Cost Steel and '42 Plymouth I thief. identified a> a fJ" red man I II I I by Harold R. Archer against 1.11.l Outboard Motor\ f 127.OH (
,. Fh... IUD I NOW Concrete HOMES .1 FOR SALE !!! .
at- GARDNER'S"PHARMACY ISO Siren' Club Coupe I got into a bedroom and stole: ;i. lian Archer.PALACE

Mill 'K II \IIUUun: Auto Repairs, Painting, CATHEDRAL COKI: *. 41 DODGE. 4-DOOR few little trinkets nom of them of ---- --- I
1114. Division; SU Cor. Vnrrla Both Cars Include Radios value. Mi- Thwmp- !I
III Holly anti fender Work Office No. ID Lord's Beach Court particular
Phone 177 Free Ddi..ryAU'I'O ..i.e *... P.rt. r.r 0\11 l'.rsBRADY'S 621 South SU Cor. Elizabeth Opposite i son got a view of thin min and
-- .0<< OPEN EVENINGS= NAVARRO i I nc. Bus Station,(I furnished the police with a d -- THEATER ; Plastic <'SuFioj
...-ti IrI -- i iI scription of him. *kOrc;;on Trail Seoul**' I j AUTO PAINT II

C y.rrwlD' PAINTING and I ., .. .
I U)III 'I.rl') aadCIfAYSiS- 1 I BODYWORK z. -, -- Allan Lane and Bobby Blake i! Roy's Key West Auto PaM
-- 121 Dwval St ...... 4Key ..
News and Features
II seta ,-f>*f ..- .' Of Expert Factory-Trained MCI I r


WhM ., rUa ds'1' PlMM I IVAYAHRO, Iiirorioratctl 1 ti I

I .. Artny tUrracksCHIII --.... I'- --Opposite Bus Station Choice for Poultry I I IIAIIYVllrfNEY{ { -J COMEDIAN and M.C. :I Athletic t League West Outboard Club I

the inr of
mourns! Ira| ->


I I'lnxBOBBIE W. W.lemerill .
to the MUSIC of
i I Crip Lastres and His Orchestra atRAUL'S TODD STYLIST whose tlll- Sunday. January 25lh 2IKI l.M..

i T'w....... faaest- BATTERY-RAISED TWO SHOWS NIGHTLYNo tiring efforts in behalf ;I al the Seaplane Bate
: Charroal Broil** i FRYERSCUTUP Admission, No Cover No Minimum of the welfare of the 1 :I -.u

' I On the BoulsTird by the Sea IF DESIRED children of our 'eoui ADDED ATTRACTION
WEAVER'SSTOCK The Zest of Drinks at RouTs OhPiices. CLUB TROPICS
: SOc and 60c Tax lad 1214 WhitJ Street I iiiiuiity will ne>er he i (:u./' Prize tu Anyone' Riding.19u.lelune .a' .Wi..f .. t tI tI

)(: )ISI.e. .\>n Open 11 AJ*. to 2 A.M. Daily PHONE 540 Key West's Most Popular Nile Club for ont"n. I

...,...." Alt-sditiaad I PHONE 9217 or 113S-J I -- ---,---_.__.. -- .-- --- -- . I Entire Proceeds To Co To the MARCH or IHMH
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t 3Jre Ceu RESENTFUL _'; Jlind 'PeanutSeller -I--- LEGALS .-. LEGALS I LEGALS ,

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.. A ... .. ,..... ,. 'J.: I. Coker of Rock Harbor -In his 1 THE ORCIIT COIHT OF Tilt I-f THE ClRCtlT. COCKY OK THKEIKVK t SJOTICK .P PROIIATf1
.... .... .. Knows ELItwP1TU JIDHIAL. ClHrl ITOK .TH jrtnrni. cmrt. .
....... .. .T.4.. 1 THE rtlt iTY I <*l II',.
..... 'I'M'tU_. IMIU..cCWew etter'to the head of the Conservation Department THR' 'I""TE OK FLOHIIH.l OK THE S'T'TK OK onoiot'TI.. e'TtTh ... .
on... .a4 Ass 8u-.etll > ASh FOIl WO'RO" Ul\- If A>U F4MI WOMtOE .
TaI* IHAM-KHl. 1% "'n,\*'''R1'. FLUltlD"-1 LORI I*A.K.Male .
(' 3p &flI ... $ Xs7 WSUtMs. ... of Florida a copy of which was 'Berry MarketPLANT \ t I Caiw N.. 1l.44CnIIERr C'._ >.. 11-=:: WREXCK of K\\-FFTJS';.
.,.. c..U' H. PE:.TLANI.: i JRet al. TILLIH \NTOBEK:\ IM ,_ct.
published in The Citien yesterday raisesa Plaintiff. .!"*4"IT Te 0JCLlo" t>r.e ..
.t.r.i at Key ..... FUrU*. aa 4 due matter CITY Jan. 23-th13)r)._1 Q, ....-.. TITLEvs. vs. IH I OH'K | The Slate ..f Florida to Atl I'erInterested .. -_-talI.I..t

i question that has been a source of resentment Charlie Blanton, Plant City's T. ".._*. Ctowi fcSUIQt'rj. BOVD.OK I IOHU.R la the Estate *
.ociATKu!: PRESS KrtMu Till.1i1.LL4M .Jt.f.lMhnL
Bwmtn e r T U At notlfsM that U ,
I I, ,*. .._..* frwe to .MUMivelv eatltle* toM in Monroe county for a century.In blind peanut vender who has PATTOK. not known l'rlhl.ittTll.TO : .* written You are iHsirumrnt hereby psrpafl.5s t- TMa Ds.
OI Us telx.a credited to be dead or alive, et al, : i ; .
p*.--e.ffls & had his stand in the State Farm l.e> I be Last Will apxt T-.- <..
I .M .* .M ..fcors>tae rrodll 4 la this p p.r, and the collection Defendants.NOTII. Julio Knrfri'M* noysiRrailcnte | raid dseeleisI has ...-... a..taed '
: !-. th* Waal .... .Muae4 fcere.Year .. many matters accept ers Market for 22 years, can'tRe 'R TO JUPK.'R I'nkp..w.c.It In _ld Ce,.rt. W1UaICtt.dLUCTV:
but knows just how the IN THB NAME; OF THE ST.TCOF' is hereby ordered that von are I IrMiuirwl I probate rns.-d
.casaurriov HATM of taxes :Monroe: county seemingly F'LnRH'I I to spear 'n the Itta day I You are Ia-teby .
...y SI USOod
market is within six calendar m= i THC -
.$!.-.. strawberry going. of February. m%, Ief"iehe I' = '
DID *.s4.* --- .- I." has been step-child of the state of Flori- When things. are good he sellsa TO WILLIAM PATTOV. ant known J shove entitled "; She "I \ the dat* of lIe AnsI -
a .:.tln': Ij'.I1.: I I Ibis ...tie'p .. ..prnr 1. _toI ..... .
sIs '0 be dead ". sOre; | romplaint filed 'u4 .
MtaaI .
Ifcro lot of peanuts-when he'mar ; and show ..._. If ..J said Leo .be.aed .. II. ...
Ltt ; above entitled I cause the Key
.M...UUh.. .Ii da. Time and again. owners of boats in ket 'is, dotaujpeinut. ; ,sales. falloIL. The I'Dknown 'Si rtax* of the J \\rst CitIzen i* ..I .n't.: siKnat I| why the -tHHi Mid of WISh esidsdniitlsg .. I .. I Iee wi .. .......
:" S Mid \\illiam Put ton, if ttr Halive as the ncwttpat-r in whi"-h this '-- .
... ..
nS _
sid .
have refused to should RAt saiwe
Vest harbor a ..
Key pay aA married; I d -r i-hair h* pnbltslMd r k j1
aDvumstiaMaee R&TEI BUs ntis was bad (foe. Charlie for four cfMi,<-<-utnre :::kll./A ( ' '
Kftewa .* Application boat tax because this city obtained no resultant last'week'due: :''to'' d, 'ram .that M. e., aiORDJOC-1. not kaown t Witness the II'.nurably., ...'.qnilineLopez j Mos..niy... J i c'sansy.Jan3.3Cf.l.5IZ.)541..'... ........... ..I ...=........ .....
to or alive. Jr, all (m of lh Judges :
waricai' benefits whatever from the taxes. caused $lOo4wor;. 11 ,of damage :: of ..!:)>! trie iM-al of itus.J I I p'h .e.lS .

An tea41ar,. i ia, e re, *f thaake.DI. ete r,**will>*Uootieoa feerams to.strawberry: farms,,.follow- Th* lhJtM.wi. 'S Ou..,. of the t (""ut"u:: the Citv of HwrV.xt, i| ceo ...... .*. H'l'O"' .... .. ,
Cases of that nature have come lip Mid M''V.. Mordeeai.! if he HJive Monroe founty, Ptoritla. Ibis 14th : .
.r.M TKH' ILKNolle
oTuIIsp %
#. a< u>e r*.. .. leK _'- a lam. ed by .'sgveretod| wave. S and 'IHANNAH day ..r January IsIs.tsFL1 | i ..... _".
...... for aatcrtaiassoat ky ehmrches from in the local criminal court recurrently I : roarrif. ;. Is Hereby *.- e.., es- ..
.toF-A C Sits
SawyerClerk. A .-.- .
Vktrlt m. PSU e !. I. M ..,1." are S coots a. II... ." 6..A.. der and by vlrt.. 04 a esIm.. 0..1.r .. i
?_ rtua> U a. .... '.n", sad Invltoe dlstesstlssj and at no time has a jury found a defen- .a..a. to Ix deail A. now :. not known : Circuit C'.ant,1.O..nrtMonroe .... I and I Decree ..! Ira.-.S-5 ... S. wm .... ......
alive. :
.f 4iMIe !..... mad etiblccta of local orv.a1 .a.slay ....
: :Sale made suit entered sa -1ptwI 4SYI. ... .
By: Ale II Sal a .. ".... bat. U will at HibiUfc members the Radio *, iS
anonymousroa lant because the of Prograais1NETWORK of January. Ii. 15 s
guilty The Unknown of the Clerk. i
...........e_ 8poui I'vouy by the I irrull I t'l.Vfl .4 S NS.v- .... ........
saul Hannah .\. Howe, if one lJO PAt 14 K SAWYER.
jury were well aware of the discrimination &-A4.4ae_ C4aii.415.I alive 'and married; Solicitor for lainiff I i of cash Klorhla.Judicial In and ClmHi f..r Sis-mesa sf I. C= i ..... --...... ..lS ..

by the state against Key West in un- Jl'IJAVLt.. Jaalll-Ir..I. I,.. IH C*.lcerr. ,. a e*- ihei'slS Speedlng -- -
HTaMEJmI$ ,KEY WEST I PROGRAMS known to be dead HOWE.or alive not .......... Tkwllonal rirsa ..- Me ..... ..... ... ..IIt ..... ...
dertaking any constructive work but knew nHre'T f Ml ItT OP THK 'I Hank .* M.MMI y.- C I Iheekiac ...
ITIIK ... .. ..
ADVOCATED BY THE C1T1ZLM I Tim I It ...t. standard. r.P... i I I IUK rwrsnralh" ej'.4i US'
The Unknown Spouse of the I.":\ 'TU "I ltlL. I Illl I IT I
its readiness always in sending its agents I bal tadrd subtract. ss. ttattt t.4> I : I M. 1 IW.s.ha .
laws f
I ..unti. .<.... ird suMrMt tw4l I Mid Julia \\all Howe if nhe I is THE IF4TK OK ." .UH'..". I IIN tier She *> *

L lion Hotels tod Apartment here to pass around iht collection plate to I hour. *. *."'!. local .tit4sa* *''-e. alive and married; ."-\l. IOKHUMIOF. : ('01Tl.. |'I I I plaintiff 4mcrgc Slid a' Mi"i KM MI.r M...Hand I 4t '1 I...i1c.s ..
... lHtMrllt.
I M r Uy !. fit local j
M. l
b.1vl." a I ... .
*. Brach and Bathlnc Parili D. help pay their salaries.. I Last minute r.;r.. '."''IIM .... LOt'IK.JL: HOWE not knownto rnfTTnKIBL.I' :=::1 hand, are .f. .' F-rof 41.-ra I* (I*
0 $ Iss Ims1i.4ed. be dead or alive; TROY > 1' Ckaltrl *.aIse M>*M ---i.5 ,
a. A.Irporb-LaDd and Sea. JECtOAT. McCLKtI$j.4. Ilaindff. i mar numbered il-isi, t*>* cs.
That resentment of local boat owners .
lea r......,
signed Hpee-tal r
The Unknown Spoune of the Cs lhlbliIlH1ALhX I ru'IIwa .. tk__ .:...
4. CoawUdatioa of Count7 .ndCtty ;)! : S will offer fr sal* aMl wM saM mlpublic !
was similar to the resentment against JANUARY 23 raid Loui H. 11. We. If ahe I is MccLeNto : : ..
In *MMi l e>
GovcnunenU. alive and marrIed Oef..n.J..nL I .mlerfIle ees ..... .. --
I the and best lild*. aI t .
taxation without representation that eItHER UK PI < hia-hrst
I. Community Auditorium. eventually Iveaiag; EDWARD: CHARLES HOWE. TO Alex (' "RLU'"TIU'I i I i i1CZ2 .roeS d._r 0.f Ik* Onaty I
.:00-Vcws Report li illn obNewscast ... llouse of Mwarwv ('..ii.y. = '
led to the Revolutionary that not known to bot dead or alive Stonewall Tl> VVSPweftr aii1VH.. ...,.
: Ilacb"m..lIl Mfise.
Kwrjr l>run. lfk, Crorgia I IpeIUtoar"h..b" I| in the thy\ ef Key
separated the American colonies from Network': Hour-abv, at The Unknown Spouse of the rby required to ap- ;i> Kiddies. lluiir < "I"al-abc.w..t raid E'lward Charlew Howe. if Bill of Complaint f-r I I wit. ...,__. Iko hte "rf II I Ilurlock
Great Britain followed by organiation of NetworkSilent;.. (1 hr.)-mbe-easl. he in alive and married; divorce filed against yo .
MONOGRAPH Kltld.os Hour (eaU-mb.'Ulit above entitled caune on the 20th 1 'on .)I.......,. the led. day .* !>.....)-<
the United States of America. '.1 -Sports: Music! Time-nbc ALBERT A. HOWE. not knownto day of February A.n. 1"41t"| ar,.. A. I.. I 194s, the ftrilowMtc. ds>- i cia. .... r-u--
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To the Taxpayers One does not mind paying taxes :30-Chu-as": Orche"lra-cI..t Will: be taken a; cronf . ..Ijjm fe Abn ... .... ....... of Club (Cmip. Motor N... KAS1I44. .
r .1-,11. The Unknown Spouse of the This the 1-tth day January I I
of Key Wert. Florida when he benefit from ,, a... ...... .i c.v. ...
gets some them but i.4> .-Newscast by Tlire*-cbc xaid Albert A Howe, if he Ualiv 4. I>_ "4X. Serial Now 14 >3. Ttiatrd. .
Dear Peaple his blood If I..>....H.Th..uui.4reieat and married; (Circuit: Court I *kls nrd day ..f JaasHMT ....... .. "' f. ..... lPid
: warms as that of local boat Seal, Romt C SawyerClerk .\. l I'. l,4>.
/:CO-i Clul nbc basic OWOMMM..
>upi>cr >- .. mt
AMELIA: : ANS IIOXVE. l of the Ciru't! ("curLRv sill Ti'Ji"
Imposition of taxes are never owners has warmed many a time and as The-.;tas I'.uul.iii and C..mmenla.abo s>how-..bN tImes! dem.:rilfe.l ax AMKIIVAAN : nome- : .\Ii.... II Sal rai|<.. In. t I IJfUIlS Special' ;Matsvr! til lHsKT> ,... ....

pleasantly received but if we want im- Mr.> Coker's is warm now when the only tpllun. i-eww lr.mbs7IIwe .: or HONE'V alive, not .known to IMdead Solicitor K for. J-TONB.Plaintiff JIC. I Solirltor Jl'I.lfS K for. STtiNK.HtaiMWfNOTI4 : .". .. > JsWlHM K t. lhM >.>, --
: .
time am\ CoMnteut-tftbO., .. i ja..In-!":f hC.1'1S JsnU-. 27.21.lUO. 4.1 Civil A.-i iR
irovetnenU the money can only come representatives of the multitudinous Jack $njth-:&ad Sum,- .i-fca
{ L>..ailr .nlmenl.r-.bc: ,: The Unknown;' Spouse of the t ...... ..- 'r T. l. ))6 ..

from Uxe You can't have you cake state bureaus are seen in Key West or :O'e.': ...: Dinner. Data-mb3 5- ....i.. Amelia deKcrlbeil Ann a.s Howe Amelin. nomflHmen ..- ,'l> TIlE '('lilt'I IT ('01 HT OK '1'...: I K TO < KKI''TuR. .... ..... (............... ......

elsewhere 7:2 0-The llouxa.1''rT-, *4\ Ie' Hovey. if she I IH alive and :a.* KI.K\>T I .l 1)111th tllMlirK 4IS33: Pr.....(. .\-.t. $e-e. II.*. 1)51 M ..
in .
and eat It too county is when they ..
are liob Crosby t;lub f bloi r led; <> THK STtTK OK KUtUIUA.IN lTIIK Ul HT OK TilE ..lJl "TIH. \ ,I
bent >. Ranger \M) FOB 'VIOMCUl ('OIM,. ...:. V40NMO*. a-act wTb.l'LOlllJt. 0.N " ps..
TilE ORACLE. on seeing that taxes are paid. Henry J. Ta)lor-mba l\ ('''.%\( .:In'. .
I 7.45 J\N1KC. HOLMES not knownto lPHONTI. .. .... ... ...I.--r c. -1 4Juka.

We are amused when a man says -12d:Kaltcnborn Murrvur. N' -<:bb .be dead or alive.The ; UKr.ItKUTlcIIIUTKU.( axe: >e. II-2.U1. I In\\KENCE re: |Kslate of t l\\'IOTSH.: I ,--r ..... .......

something about nothing but are resentful |>,rta Unknown Spouxe of the pltlntiffT8. .. I J.... ...... ..... f. b.r. .
t:00-Paul l. valle )liMly-nba _1.1 Janie C. .holmes if abe Is Ill\0ltl K 0 To All Oetlitora and I'm-some ..., .
RELiEF PLAN REDUCED when he tries to get something for Facy lck-. ."'.: bs. alive and married EMMA McAIIIRTER, Inic Clalma ..r .imaads ts.i n.h-us., .." "US. ....
rat Mm ltt..<.ll._iTu.Iturl : lMfcniantOltltKK I I. Said Estateou : j, a.A. r..Ia Ce.susK ..
nothing. (vex Uecvrd"d-wb. JOB THORN JACKSON:" not 0V PI Rl.K %1ION and each of ye' eve hereSy C"__
__ bilcO
T authorization ':li-Alan Dale S>bow-mb* kaown to be dead or alive TO: 'Emma Mc\\niirtf. notified and re.uire.| t.. ..rrsestany USSI
While containing specific 't:30-Can Vou Top Thli-nbjl < Route 1. lt. x IX I|I .lalms and .._.... shah K-.. ,.,s ...s
t )auuy lliuuutx. ho"-"Io., The Unknown Spouse of the Ur.n ('Ity. N.: C I i vou. or either of y-H, may i 0a.rIIP .. iitbiiI
to expend 96.800,000,000 for European There are already many signs that This Is .h..I&L. l'rama-aocLx Mid Joe Thorn Jackson. if be You are "iereb", required to appear -I|i against the estate *f lotwreamKweelinK. !I .
!>". It tu Cir..... Ouest-inbs is alive and married; to the Hill for I Ivorcc filed Ills PelrMkte *, K.> I I IWest. I I....... .. Pd1bsia ..
in the first fifteen months the politicians have been bitten by the against in the ..t\I.... ... 1st. I.U ...
recovery ':55-Mve Minutes-.New.:. *-cbj you. .. I I )Florid d. eased. Asaid I a......... ... ...
> cause on 'r before th-s IctH U> .fFebruary .. .. .
> .
Billy i: };' e\n M i.\7. xnrs and ('nasty> \* IKe > l) J
the Administration's request for $17,000- bug that usually :gets: around in election 4". olherwHthe of Monroe County. Florida atffice its ''S Mw.. 0.-1 Jwss C ......
':00-People., Are Fdnnyab.lJreaIi .: nut known to be dead or alive allegations rontaineil therein will I .. In the snarl .....- IIr ssM S ......... ....... .....'.UI ....
to be used in four has been years. m C"nJ-Cb. l i.e taken a confessed. .
000.000 years I I County at KeyesU Flni'i' .. W Mk- j I.
the ianitatctabri.I ... .
ALAN M. COHEN.. and KIA7.IthTII .\- IHINKM) s'il.--n14I': at Key in eight calendar MMrfrflks "f'-iia Ike .
withdrawn. lleatter Con.merot-ml. \Vest. Florida, "this lilh;; clay ..fJanuary. .... .
It (".II-X. Ins wife not time of the firet p Mt "' .f ibln -
9.IS-Keal Life. lf'ama-mt-. known 100 be dead or alive A. It. l! 4HtCirrnit notice. Each .'Ia.. ... >.r .li.s iiml : ; .
We .al Oa.v.f.e.1 Aek .
the result of are against controls
r The. change came as an government t:SO Lymaa Waltz Time-nboOUM Court shall he In writing and shall. stalethe
and Ih&nit-vi KIWARD: II. (CRMN notknown Seal) Ross C Sawyer pla..e of resldesxe and post ..1!
exchange of letter between Senator Ar- except when circumstances make them The bliertrr. 1'ran.-abe I to .be dead. or alive Clerk of Circuit Court.Hy flee address of the ..._.... and -
Information L'Itase-subi : Aloe. ||. salptfli. I shall be sworn to by the. ..biMO w.1I I .
j Vandneberg. chairman -
thur of the necessary.
':*J-Flve-illnute Sports-abc The Unknown Spouse of the lxpiiiClerk. I his agent or his stisesas asMlsuch a.
Foreign Relations Committee and official -.S 10:03-Th. M>stery Tbeatre-nbo fiaid Edward II. 'Crjiii if he is WILLIAM: .v. ALItIRY.Attorney .. I claim .... demand not -4 'll..l S'eBatIthM e&n.ttMu, .,...
alive and marrieU.All f >r I'lalntifr.janlC31DfehC,151 shall l i.e void.
It I'aye.u Uo ignurant-abe,
I I. .. w- I-huM
K. .. .h. e
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of the State Department.. Mr. Vanden- Letters to the editor are always welcomed Ik>iU4r 4t,Sports :Show: -abo JAMES1l.l.lvM: II\XKIX. $
., Meet the 1'reas intervicmc-mbs. 1 Unknown lleirn, re\isee terf pointed out that the amount included ; sign name for identification .>ranteen, Aaxignrvn. Lienorx, I I T.slanc nt of law,. u. >w..i I
your 10 W
S. : -Bill burn Sport SpK 511)0N'IIve lag de<._...... I e W5451 ..... sod V4's

in the bill was only "an educated guess and make 'em short. :1Jat.: Mttit June hvw-"Ioa Show: -mba -. .. .. Paiton. M. *-'. MOTdecai. mIsT concern i is hereby hi given._ who.iIt lath |aa23: 1e feu. 1 '.'h' ; PIueq .......s

'O:45-Pro and Con Tatk-nb. Hannah A. Howe. Julia I day of Fheuae.-. Is154*. at ;::34;
of highly doubtful validity" and XSS.11 Iluwe. I uisaV Howe.Edward ,, Ifliiw: c\HCMe\oIf:
I' It suggested .,, ..'.'-Y 1'tetr'' hh._:"k>"" Charles How". AlbertA 1''s.abe, h5LA4FU sS5OUft7 'S'tSeSIhouse '

that the use of exact figures might incite WAR MIGHT BEGIN IN GREECE ; News X.w*.and Variety.Ounce! Uance Hour-abe i hrs.b : Howe. Ameliann II"we.Ofm"lIm.1II .of K-v(Count\UeM C..mminsionyrs, Florida. thei'oarl ofMonroe Your Grocer ed Harry MaA wik.U. 1M.
described asme- : +
; 5- :. ewJt. L ance band 2 b.-mu .i C.' will '.,.nCsyaitl BRAN .
a reliance in other countries which .liz Ann llovi y, Janie CHulmem .bidM for the purchase andleliwrs I STAR *

r' I would not be warranted under our constitutional The Communist nations of Eastern 2.O-D&aclnt Cuntlud-ab .w.2g Edgar M I.Joe Uizjrus Thorn and Jackson lannvII I. ,If"me.t..k. :;c.. the Inland:Monroe, K.'y '..\\ J', S. Hi k.*jr M*. 8

$ procedure. Europe have not yet recognied the Communist Laurnis his wife. Man }Florida the following arlit. len ..f I AMERICAN .I 1-IJSUS tW)4PHCNCS
t 1 Saturday Summary Cohen and Kliubeth: I'. "" COFFEE
his wife and Edward: II. (" I furniture: and CUBAN, 44MMI .**.
Implying. Under-Secretary of State "state" which was proclaimed Tim U eastern ctandard. For ... Six; ; t C) single iron beds I
If of the said
'f I central standard subtract on. hour. named any be dcaLAll T..nltilt f"ur, .lrj.'er ;, -Try A Pound Today- ....... 31. TnM.
Robert A. Lovett said that, "after con- sometime ago by General Vafiades but t.r mountain. standard two heurs.. .I cheut of drawers finished --- -- --
Four rskers
44) porch
ultation with President Truman diplomatic advices from persons having or claimingany ----
and Europe suggest One (I t settee -'-'
interest In the 1-

j .other executive agencies there was agreement that the recognition is only a matter of SATURDAY, JANUARY 24 .. i "and described. being lands in :Monroe, nutate Couutv.State lying. Two
with the suggestion made the Mora_. of }Florida to-wit. alpr.xinsaleisl".sur ''it I
by time.The 00-Tho feet by rour C 4 I feet a n.JTwentyf.ur ,
I : Story Shop-nM
Senator" and that the net result of thechange Greek Army has been somewhat Tommy Bartlett Hour-abo Lot One (I I. Grassy KevSection 424) shining ,-hair. TAKE A LOAD Of YOUaI
Twentv-four 424) cotton
; i <: mattresses ,,
?':15-Songs For Vou-cbs Thirty (JB>. Township I I MINDI VOUTOOCAN ttAVI
I wa to "recognize the reality that sucessful in its operations against the ; t:30-Coffeo With Congress-nbo mxty-five Thirt>-four (I4> East as recorded .1.1 I CAs.. LOAN
.10:00-Frank Herrtwell i ItKls i IM* sulsmils.i. l>a.i I
Drama nbo on
It is guerrilas. A recent drive may
impossible to anticipate what the on the part of U. S. Navy.: Band-abe ClS-'''.in of Hook the pulill.Rec\". at Page of furnisliinK all the aims. >. Hein$ :
condition of the world will be in the succeeding the "New State" to capture a small town '10:30-Archi. Andrews. Dm ma-nbo ords of Monroe 1 ountx HorIda. ..r separately .n individual items.
All .f 0. S
Mary Lee Taylor1 Ta:k-cb also described as: bidM must Inin the hjn:I< i,
four years." for its capital was beaten back by men Piano Playhouse-abe .overnment Lot One (D. on the e'.unly Clerk on or before 7 ::5. 1OOt3OOAutoandPersonalLosas
Ozark alley rolks! -imbs P.1.: .n TueK.lax. rebrujr Iltl I ,
the Island of (irK!'!'".\ Ke\.
Thus, the amended bill will author- and material from other countries now en- 11-00-Meet the Meeks-ubc SlIonThlrlY t'Il Townxhip I JI! 4X. h.1!I
New.; Lets The Commission reserves th.
: Pretend-cba
ie only the appropriations of such sums as tering the guerilla territory. The Greek Abbott & Costello-abe Range Sixty-five Thirty-four CCit:34)South East I right to invpect all. items prior .t'., i S -
final acceptance .r j..t\on\ f
11.30-Smiling Ed McCom ell-nbo containing; twentv-eiKht !!Hacren
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might be necessary to carry out the pur Government makes this charge especiallyin S Escape Draaatlc-ct* more or 1 lsTogelher ... *nand all bid made pursuant ItthU COA1A1ERCIAL I

pos of the Act. It would leave to Con- regard to the Yugoslavian frontier. 5- bay Land It of with the l.oat-al'c Music-robs riparian; with right any thereunto and all 1919)\advertivementKe WeisS Florid. January ::, I CREDIT PLAN .

.. the determination of the British and American officials 1 belonging or In anywise 1 I .-
... amount are AHeraooa appertaining.Government Rw C Sawyer !

from year to year. As Senator Vandea said to be in consultation upon the whoe >:)2:00-Junior Theater Junctionabc4:3OThe of Today-cbs ANt: S, Clerk.. Board.., Monroe of t C'., unt>''. C'.rnnoi..Ion..r. H..rida...- C21 n.a ;;StrHtI

Jan3.:0.ltU: : I IIN I'IIO\E: .ISi
berg' declares "This should not be interpreted question. They seem to believe that the Home Program; _nbo -
Mar Over lIoUywOCr'l-cba! : Lot Two (!). i --- -
as any desertion of the principles guerilla objective is the capture of Athens ; American Farmer-abe Section Nineteen IS| Pro Art.Quartet-mbs sls l Sixtv-five i (tt: South: I-:I,KI:NTH ... KI\I.. 411(41 IT'' : -'- iLOverseas
of ERP because the amounts mentioned and realize that to permit this would .- 1.-00-Farm and Home-nbc Range Thirty-four (34) Eas-t. OlTill; TtTK: IiiI'I.IIitII>'. - '
F. Grand Central Drama.-cbSi containing Sixty-five (*;5aeren > INNII I-'011.lU'IIO": 401 >T%. !
will serve as the background for committee isolate Turkey endanger oil resources To: DeAunounced-bbc more or less.Together liIitElt9.4sal. I
Luncheon lnterviewsrnbstlaoveterans with any and allriparlan ..
f :
discussion." Certainly if Congress: is and probably lead to the introduction of : Series-rbo rights thereunto II I'KI"F..HI'. Transportation
S County Fair Quiz cbs belonging or In anywise appertaining 'Ia lust if f.
sincere in passing a bill designed to facil- Communism into the Arab League. Our Town Speaks, -aba excepting there ,... IH\oIU'.: 1
itate European recovery, it will not hesitate Apparently Greece is one of the focal 1:45-Guest News Band ot Overseas Show-r.ib-nba* L.ood from the land to E.conveven T. .Adam by onFebruary J. ftnTRI'pt. IUI.t'.IUI.l>efendantOKUMt Company Inc.

this year, or subsequently to appro- points in the developing struggle be- 2Ofuslc for Moment-nbo' deed i.. recorded C. l 1' whith 1..1 l : lford\.TIONTO :}
Give and Take Qui* cbs .
Book ( :
-1 Pace 23 .f Monroe *
plate the funds necessary to carry out the tween Communist Russia and the free nations Dance Metropolitan Hall llOur Opera-nobs I .br*.-abo Count. Florida Records East:::: Parkentie orange. N J.. I Fast, DrtKTiJablc Freight Kb Spi'3.-' .

undertaking. of the West. Obviously if the free 230-To Be Announced-pba lou are hereby ordered and You to are the herein I:ill. toI reffuired l>is..'r.fil'. 'o appear .-.1s.gaiflt I t.... _

nations stand idly by while the Commu- To The Be Country Announced Journal-robs-cbs quired the lt to slay file ot<.'Appearance n, :A. l>. '1S4H r"-I: I II <'jue on vou or In l Itefore the. Hie ainvsI'l.t5. 2:;.rd da. ) I MIAMI\ and KEY WEST

IS MacARTHUR WILLING? nist countries bolster the Greek 3:00-Orchestras of Xatioa-nbo in the above styled cause now of 1"elsrt.ary. A. ... l ISIS. otherwise.
Overseas S
ReportcbsTo : pending in the Cir.uit Court of he the alUicationv containeil :herein
fall of the Greek Government is Be Announced-mbs. I Eleventh!: Judi Ul Circuit of the will IHtaken. ax ....ntesse-il. Also Serving ALL POfiCTS OM ffcCHIDAB ....
onlya 3.15-Science Adventures cbs: State of Florida in ant for Monroe POMAM; .: (iRlERI-li. at "e .twa.
) Miami
The State Wisconsin recently cele- matter of time. This conclusion appliesnot 3.30-Cross Section U. S. A.-cbaMacalester (.,unt In Chancery wherein AVeM Florida, this JJn-l Singers-mb* Robert H Pentland. Jr. and others January. A. I'. int.
hratetl the centennial of its statehood. only to the Greek Government but to 4:00 Doctors TodayabcGuest I are plaintiffs and the above Cinuit Court I
named pat-lie and other* are deXppiarance :Seal ROM .'
Upon the occasion. General Douglas Mac\ any other government which happens to Sports Band Parade Stand-mbs-cbs i, fendants. and In default ..f.. "u'h. I I Clerk of'lIil Sawyer Court. Express ScheiluletNo
a Decree Pro C nfeiwwill <> Sty: '-d) P'isre.sK.. I
Arthur sent a telegram from Japan which be surrounded by aggressive Communists.The 4:30-First. Piano Quartet-nboft. ; be entered against vou. saidtauae I l>.l.ulv Sawyer.'I.' 'rk. I ( Stops En HaaJtej.
Louis Matinee-cbs LEAVES
was instituted as aforexaid W1I.LJ.UII.BI'Po";( KEY WEST sMklLY (KX.
has been hailed by his supporters as pub- people of this country should not Hospitality Clubrubs15OOTornlth'son I for the purpose lot quieting th.I .- .ttorn.for- naintiff. i CEPT SUNDAYS) at *. ".14. A..
Comment-abe I title of the said plaintiffs to the .
jan2: :11 f. lot ,
1 1.: I"Ifo
lic notice that he is available as a candidate overlook the possibility of a general war. Philadelphia Orchestra Uour-:-cba: j hereinbefore described land lives at Miami at IfeM .'fact MM.
.- Tea and Crumpets-abo i It further Ordered that this i night.
for the presidency in 1918. While the bulk of opinion is against the To Be Announced-rafts' I( or ert.b published ..n-e. a w.-ek !

(.6.15-Swaae. River Boys: nbtt I for four (ft ,consecutive we..k" in I LEAVES MIAMI DAILY IIXT
The sentence eized upon by JIacArthura idea that the Russians are ready to precip- "t30-L. Herman Quartet_! bo 1 I The Key Vvat Citizen' ; IM wper tpo Ij SUNDAYS) at ILM ....... MIll.

supporters stated that "there can itate a struggle there is also a strong idea ?4 5:45-The True or King I False COW Quu Trio-nb.-mba I ed in of Monroe general Countv circulation, Florid1H :puMish- I j NOTICEI I j night and arrives at Ie9 .... ..
':00 o'clock
be no greater satisfaction than such as that the place to test Russian ambition is I UtiUr Cuiwuentarat.eIi t, AUeCt NE Monroe ANf' Countv ORPERKI', M<.n at
comes from the confidence reflected in in the Balkans. There is nothing to be ", I 22nd< ....uC':. January. .\. !>. J Ittx. I ami. STREAM HOTEL I Local Schedule*

the Seal 1J ROMI caw" v.r REST \UILTo \ T (Stops At AU Ist.r..iftiJi. ..
selection by one's neighbors for gained IiPolitical ...
pub- by beating a retreat for the pur- I I Clerk of the I"lr'uII "..urt.ionre Whom It May Concern: I LEAVES: KEY WEST ......Y fax.,
lie senrtce-no more challenging respon- pose of making a stand somewhere else. ): frloreme County t:. saw\er, 1o'I..r"I.By I Effective from this date I will I CEPT SUNDAYS) at siNs .......

j Ability than lies in the fulfillment of their! The issue might as well be joined now as 3!: Announcements I RAYMONn: R- t Olt' *put, > < .lerk. not be responsible for any debtsof I Q'c1CKk A. Me and P. No azyf,.. at )4hs.. .. ....

nature which .
any may be incurred
4 trust. later. Solicitor for Plaintiffs ,
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. I ,Jan: ...9f""Ii.I.; ..Ut- by any tenant or operator LEAVES MIAMI DAILY XCllP't

: While most of the Wisconsin supporters -' MAY 4. I of any and all parts of the prop. I SUNDAYS) .. 1:00 ...... .. M. sad
; of the General are. "positive" tha Those who drive on the wrong side i 1. . . I erty here-to-fore known as1 S ;;in. aI Xey Wat e. leN Vikt...

-IS.--" -1\ STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE GULFSTREAM and which is located M.

: this passage represents a tacit endorse of the highway should be put on the right For County Commissioner' I et the corner of Division I

ment of their efforts. ,Chief Justice Marin side of the jail. Fifth District I TRIUMPH I and Simonton Streets Key West II FREE PICK-UP and
IL Monroe Florida.
\ Ronberry, who read the messageto WILLIAM G. County.
t FULL '
the assemblage admitted that he MILL I Signed < CARGO IMH: RAMIK: : :
foundno By this time I
a forward-looking Junebride RUTH V. ALFELD. OW11er.I MAIN OmCE

more indication of the General's intention has everything arranged except the : For Supervisor of I at I jan21- -23.19-1a -AHEHOUS.P"O NES t 9Z ,. Z.... fc p...... ....
In the "Ten Commandments.. ". ceremonial details. : Registration All Grocer t I __ .AN-D

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I I :wJK. ) !W.r.k ._Fin UNrV'ERSITYAP (High School 1 1 r I. BOY 15,
I kaI AlWT T .., [ PTA Shown'Art : ----'F

II I ... .x \ Work Of Pupils Y;-'

: .7 f5 \ The regular meeting of the
'f ,
I 1 .!I ". Jf.-Sr. High School PTA was .
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: on Tuesday evening in the
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.,/ __ : : high school auditorium.
i .*f I Mr. Williams, art teacher was
ii ,.' '! "the principal speaker. She show
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;. ,:,:- ed some interesting work of her
I ; pupils and explained how they
I -' made the "Conch Banner" for

! f : i the Orange Bowl Parade. She ( s
showed some cf the sketches and sI
i iI large di'plays for the band 1u
I iI concert background. _
iI I j Mrs. Ruth Hig&s conducted _
v{ | the business meeting. ti _
I I Mrs. Louis Cruickshank was I :
i appointed room mother chairman -.
I I for the rest of the school
term. I
I Mr. Dillion. Mrs. Martin and !
Mrs. Morse were appointed on j j
the program committee and Miss i6 tI
Katherine Lowe was made
mittee.chairman of the Welfare Com I "1: ;

I Mrs. Hilda Salis is in charge i
of the Founders' Day and Fa :
ther's night program in Febru I ., -u-----

I ary.The lAP Wrrepheto)
highest percentage of parents I
present was of students in I FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD JAMES HARTMANN (left) is taken back
I APlr Mrs. Martin's 8-A clan. I to his jail cell in Chicago by Deputy Sheriff Walter Erickson
.... ADA LOIS SIPUTL FISHER (right) seeks ta enroll in Refreshments were served. after the youtht had been convicted oi muzdet in the knife slaying .
the UJeltr ., Oklahoma Scheel of Law at Norman and be- of Mrs. Cracelya Bush. wife of a minister on a parking lot.
It is estimated that 50,000 American
wan U. last Krcro student ia the il-year history of the uni- ,homes are broken every The criminal court jury fixed his punishment at. 2S ,.ara',
..:IItr. UM tffeniMa tnra&nent with Dr. J. E. Fellow (left). desertion. imprisonment., ... *
the .....&ty.. ..... cf ration. Standing behind them is ;year_by .. : ____. __ -- ...- -.--- --- -. ....".:... ... ....---:-
Aaaae T. Hall cf Tuba recldeat counael. the National A.*..
cUtle fat the Advancement ef Colored People. Later at Okla
.... Off. the Oklahoma Regent for Higher Education an- r
M..... pUna titablish a separate law school for Negroes. cmissfd yO.llate1
Tto acfw* ftUewvd e United State Supreme Court decision I
far Oklahoma to furnbh Mr*. FUher' Immediate educational O .
!gent.qual to Owe far white people. i : :: m3)'be your Watch was late
.y -- Our technicians are skilled in making

KEY WEST IIIGII SCHOOL'S 'I o 2..11 watches run on time and we can give you

reliable service. And after your timepiece
ANNUAL I has been corrected, you can treat it to a
., I J emart re-styling with a handsome new :

.-T JANET MORRISONTh .-. / JICQUES KKEISLEK jewelry watch band. ",

arises class of Key West IL''BASKETVTEAVE BAND (.*-) fl.50Olkee
high ""wont presents IU annual Receives Visit C Me '. B_J. IT.. ".9S.. &._'. Brace I... 13-5
jar bier Thursday January :tat All pricH incfads FH er.t
Ras in the high school auditorium. 1 I Fro/n DaughterMr .

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Dennis Julian and
A few ff the numerous acts POLLOCKSJEW
Michael of Macon Georgia: arnlved oimMTq
which will be prr. nt.-d fur your t 1
Wednesday for a visit to \\\11I//4
tntatainmmt areDrdice and .
Mr* Julian's mother Mrs. Harold '
OOrrry In an unusual dance E L.t I R S
Finder and her sister. Miss 7 ;
number: the pretty voice of .
Fay. DervaUi. the inimitable Florida Pmder. at their home a.saeasa: .514 Dural St" Key Wet-- -Fla.I ...

rvcnrdia*. ;';an ..,ruP. and the 1107 Southard street. ...
huhpuint .., Uw &how-Mr.4 I Over the yreek'nd Mrs. Pinder ..

Issues dam* troupe in an unluwal expects the arrival of anothe.* r-------- .I. .. ..... .""-' __"'-- __ __ ... _____ vt -__ ,.
nnrrtty, nOmlier 'eaHed diughte1 MtS 'O orge'Pol c=
Th lilac lJottom. i' ter of Washington. D. (X, whoM ,
Many ether Interesting act -ill arrive with her husbandand
will be put on aba. UeryU Dill'
their three children for a
a MW with that < .
Mit er *ome
ions vusiU .
king that put' a **< over, and, .
U....,. Truttreu who keeps you \ {
Uufhinc with her hilarious I" .
-country jar routUMi, Miss Mildred .
Joyce Williams put the Let Us Help You -
wrpioo in our < but to find out more about the :
htf "Senior Jamborre you will Plan Your '
hare to see the thow.
So come on out and show our I j I Free Estimates Given
high arhool entertainer how .Asphalt Tile "
tIMIdI ).M otsMeetto their effort Rubber Tile I
Cork Tile
A tiwbine ta. in effect a big .Plastic Floor Tile ,
windmill w..." around by I Plastic Wall Tile *I hae formally qualified as a candidate for the

Mam- or other Basra. I I i I Wool..Broadl.lts.Cap.U. Rugs office of Circuit. Judge (in Croup Number 1-"tuntimt the .

Acoustic Ceilings Hon. Rom Williams) in the Democratic
Hardwood Flooring l'riiuar>" on MayI
: Formisa for Sinks.Counters. 1918.
Tables -
I Floor Sanding andRe
1936 Ford Tudor I Ifi'fU.N finishingsMm
I I "I believe more than half of the law}',>r. i: Dade .
( Floors & If : .
0..1 111ssg27SO't .County wilt support me because they consider me hotter:. '-1 t ,e..:.

"' T- I J. L CATES ; W .-. i Unqualified for this position than mj opponent and I lune: ':' ..

TONy' Auto Body i iau I 1434 Flooring VIRGINIA Contractor STREET received considerable ('ncourageiuent from laviueu. .

10' c..... Street j -
_., "But for rraMitm Mhich you, as Key testers, will
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understand, I am more interested in the outcome in Monroe
County than I am in the outcome in Dade County.

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"I am counting heatil* on the ties which bind tin

together %here\er de!'tin> ma> take n*. I hope that my

I personal friends, former schoolmates ami rclatits, especially -

nill do eerthing possible tit help Ul" .

s k. 'When I visit Key West in the near future, to renew

$' old acquaintances and to di cm<"i my'.1' shall

4 make an effort let sec as many of you as possible' '.In" the

meantime I scud >'OU my warmest regards.: -.- ..

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a-e.1 M.c ri.. 4.'k r5. Pea.t T sew. T.p t Sincerej, *4 :I "
rat b.Jr.iu.. ei.. 4.J.tS

t. UlAM J..iss MMIM the cork iatte I
f P.,K C.U tweet(. Wo.aeat .
d | fsaofs great t3oa.72S"Trea weTpotear. ,

S aat .*** Tteem. CortAnte htMM'air"1"
S.eerstake. ftit .'

C. sd.w4 seer r.,4'Trwwr.T.p.. Oir LNTRY BLA StK*

rNi Gi. IMH I.leted City.V.r.ria .
.c4*.4 Settler Peptl-Cola Bottlls* Co. ol Key West

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I '.Gi"N"-Whitefor a Shroud I''CLASSIFIED Information a for A the AJitiliitriLATKB j1I--1

.By DON .'O* KSeCLAR ..* .'fLACKFACB 'st :
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cnapter 23 father at all the ensuing coris- of one window was, visible and .... nil.... a1 ...=-ilU.
lamplight'made( a A4..rU..t. .84. .Ie
RED ROCK was a man's town tenings. pattern of the.cracts in the drawn will *. tn..rt-d la Tk Otis. MtL =::: s........
else he had to face t.-
Whatever wfor .aca
t rat' f to a ts
that Saturday night The entire Mac: knew.he would not have to blind. behind the pane. irtlon.. bat tbS miaimam chrc feh rcaLK o
male population of the fate the loss of Ella and so be Worth outlined his strategy t first 11 words .r IM torord. to Ie It*a ..or... _

county and bordering areas was not going to die. curtly. "No noise. No knocking. ?b. rat. .. Ico
We bust If anybody sIlike w.rmds a -
right in. 41
seemed to have assembled from There were lights in the Urn 11 U *
want to fight hit 'cm
mills lumber camps fisheries sheriff's office in the north,wing they : ......tsi
first sad hit 'em hard. to amtt'd ssd. ike
and lonely) farms urged ,by a of the coirthouse. Entering.the Brant's confidence was oozir 'Tntof AU adv.r'Ustag rrr is ....n .i... tr.a.+. tt... :QI-
holiday mood. They had' money Brant found Ray Saunders Even if Ralston Crane had .pQ..ibl. only for tk* first laa.rtW. .
crackling and jingling in theirpockets chief deputy dozing in a chair away. Tucker's help in [)...1ay .a..rtWac for _IT tfc. ..*m*. nasal...t' 'It ..
sought Maggie .es.
with his feet,on a dsak. Saunders of the &cI..niH8..t wkr tfc* ens
and they spent .it in the hiding, he would hardly be fool part . .
whenhe . . .
saloons. opened a melancholy eye - - -
stores and the enough to risk being seen by the - - - -
heard Brant's footsteps.
Brant elbowed his way through I II Saturday night gang that came toicr HELP -V/ANTO I SAUE94t
I the crowds shortly before It. He -Howdv. Andy, What's it like house to get.drunk cheaply. =
turned the, nearest corner and up town?" It would have afforded a safe Stock Island wants !
went away from the noise and ."Like a wild west movie.. You haven.for a day or two, but_with Weaver's Phone 99:. a .........
brightness toward where the and .t(1 could till your jail in nail the blizzard over and tne streets waitress. I PriN4 lMsrtRske .. ;.
courthouse stood in the tenter of an hour. passable he would have been janli-tt cwa M.
its unprepossessing park. He Saunders shrugged. "Where'sthe wise to go farther perhaps to ,
walked swiftly.He good in that? The last few some d33crtel hunting shack. in J If you're over 35. own a car. neat
had reached a fork In his days have been tough on those the woods. and ambitious and can week ij
thinking. Two paths of action boys and' they got a right to And there was always this to 8 hours per day and writ M- > Ftedei.k dial awl
branched out before him and raise the eviL Them that gets chance that Crane was not aliveat low our methods well *h w I| .... .
their heads busted usually has it all but had died in ths-milL.., -tamlea
either led to a kind of hell. how to earn from 91 JO *. .... .lsesq
The smoother path went by coming; and if any damage is Worth went ahead of the you Nt<< S ....
way of the marriage altar. He done in the saloons they're mak- others. The front door of the $3 per hpur. Year-round. Write
could marry Carol and avoid ing the money to pay for. it." house was not Jocked; he turned or apply Watkins Prodwctc. ..
much explanation and in the -Where's Ed"Downstairs?" !the knob pushed it open and 3434 N.W. 27 Ave.. MiamL >
bargain win a better wife than tucking Nowka in I strode without hesitation into the I O.. t dll 1* il/0 3
he deserved. loyzJ and unselfish /or the night. room beyond with Brsnt and '. ,i J.W Jl.. cite CMiwwBadeK.
and responsive. But what "Does he expect trouble at Saunders close behind him. FOR RENT I
right had he to marry a girl like Maggie's?" The laughter and voices ceased. t Meant til.aad !nest
Carol under false pretenses? "No more'n the three of us can The only sound was of a girl'snasal :: ........ _
Newly furnished upstairs tw*>
There would be the inevitableday take care 04said Saunders complacently ,voice wailing through the w. '
bedroom flat, electric refrieN-i i ...wa.. a 'I
of reckoning when he would I radio. "There 1 go leading with |
stand revealed as a cheat and a Worth came up the stairs from my heart again. ." ator, electric stove hot ,.....1 I c.IIl"I
betrayer and she would be the basement jail His voluminous Five men lumberjacks from kitchen utensils linens. S..- crushed by shame and heart- mackinaw was buttoned and his one of the camps sat around a sonal rent, in advance. Apply I W....s Hew Y..Aar .... N
break. fur hat pulled over his ears and gallon jug of white whisky in 1508 Seminary Street I I -. Ctali .... .
The braver way would be to there was a glint in hiS eyes. the center of a table covered with jan284tz IllyI'I iA Mrsi ......
tell the truth however terribly it "You fellers ready to start? he peeling linoleum. In a corner of .I ......
might hurt her: to beg for her asked. the squalid room beside the flat- I
.. : topped stove MaggIe' Tucker sat :APARTMENTS FOR RENT I
understanding and forgiveness.
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a..w '
But remembering her shining went back through Court in a low rocker staring at the L :=1
eyes and later the joy that rang the way Brant had newcomers balefully out of et- Unfurnished one-bedroom apa4menu. >, to* .,. .... .
in her laughter he knew he come speaking little. Battlementsof black eyes. Modern. Phone 1.66 trr link .lwM.a filnssrl.i .
would sooner commit murder in snow rose higher than their Worth said. "Evening. Maggie.We 1035. jaa.-Mt I -".' ..
told blood than strike that blow heads at either side effectively want to look around some. ..
He had taken CaroJ to visit concealing them. Don't mind, I hope?" ROOMS FOR RENT IIM d.,w .........
Mac and Ella that afternoon. The I As they reached the corner of He had a flashlight in his hand .... ...
wounded man had looked at her. Mill Avenue sounds of revelry and he opened the two other I ill
and; known immediately that she from another direction came to doors leading from the main room Workers attention: ........wv ..-t .. .
was not a party to any deception.He their ears-three or four voices and sent its beam into the dark- rooms for rent Men ". .. it C.. 1.14 .
toad changed: before their bawling Roll Oat the Barrel to ness beyond them. There was a Phone 9174.Furnished )itR2,...." S.I.r. llreaar 1
eyes growing confident and the feeble accompaniment of a woodshed which served as a ....
cheerful and even somewhat ribald scratchy radIo. The source was a kitchen in warm weather and a for rctrt. IN .
bringing hot blushes toCarol's small unpainted house at their bedroom with two unmade beds.It room
took the sheriff less than Grinnell St $6.25 )saga!, $7.N 1141 titearirt 6see i.r ar
cheeks with his talk. He right standing by itself in the a
swore he would be not only best middle of the block nearly loot minute to inspect them double. ;.eII I c.-: ,-
man at their wedding but god- in a gigantic drift Tne upper half (T. be continued 1M '- III
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I n THE GCINEKAL GETS \]\ INI)EC1ED SLED RIDE I Apartment COUple.-lda. !.II*. -

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Plumbing ruppHc. complete ...
stock. Plastic tHe, paints and ____-- I
brushes. Murray's FtoMMac / ......... ttr/i =
1532 N.W. 62nd Street Ula..L ... ... r :a
Fix Phone 7-3421 ) *!..1 .1r -

Man's 26" bio wand "' W
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painted. ": 1 1 :
Park United. ,....itei --
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1940 Ford station ...... ..... -
.I lent condition. Prmd..... *..'. rt!lle..t.. A tI' .......
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Ks 1937 Will>s car. HMy C l wae. -
i' 1021 Watson Street .liar ...... I fl... tMM.t PftA .. .-
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1917ft.. Alma .rube,. .....- iit. .- ._
Y z* erator. hot water .......... ti.Me ANAAr &:: a.
: a and awning A ........... taeia' Ion file l> arr

wheek. A. C lrstllpai. -
t .A:: Mastic Trader Prk. United 9t
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1940 Chevrolet MM C.. W....... --. ...
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corner Dual and Hwrie.a GIs .....
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GEN. OMAR N. BRADLEY who will become U.S. Army Chief of Staff soon poses on a sled with -

children at the request of a photographer while visiting a New York East Side settlement houseon 1941 Lmcuta s......11"' .., reed Asa.tra. !teas waltbt
I hilly* ast 76th street. A moment later the sled unexpectedly began moving down the hill. condtt"IWHr M i WI. s ---1\ .. ..

The general let 'er go and had a surprise ride with Carol Van Overberche (left). 9. and William Phone 1146-J Ns N eaw ...... ;

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1761--Richard 'Vkop Connecticut tables cvM Me AW M Irrw. ......... .......,
'; wit. poet ami satirist, notedin white gkuties atad a tnpraw eaa- I ...... .
early American literature hoganv toMe. wnfc !seer s.ilees ....

ontot the few millionaires ol See SPhone .. ..-.. Cats.... - --
his day born in Middletown 36T .....> i iI : .....
Conn. Died :! 1815
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; pioneer, carpenter and sad le- ticallv new .5irtet.iy -/ -- ..... "-
maker grew with the city and Sunday unl ( ... hr sere .. ... saelp fir Ilrtil ;11

I A z3 34<. I become a capitalist born inI 1303 Simonton Street Apt.,2 i(l s.aA ... ..
Vermont. Died April 15, 1900.IH23Stt'phcn '4n .. ;.:

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bush noted naval qffirer. losinj!

S. S. r yam y. .y. 'a kg in the CIvil War rear ad- HINTING
mnal in 1834 horn in Albany. P
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t 1 1362-Holbrook Bhnn populai Ow' ,...... 61M i.latMeel>Iw

act,,r of his dav born In San .. aw
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Framusco Died June> :=-1. 1923 i
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Days i Gone By ; !is TROPICAL TRADER iS WHERE TO BUY IT" .JSy a avrtfcS: :: needed THIS .DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU J Ja ; f !;

AS TAKEN FROM FILES I ........o........................a....... ... ....... AA ........ ..... ....... aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa "#
or THe. .CITIZEN 23 .1104KT or 1 1.IAn. 'S S :If It Is Electrical WE REPAIR TFZ\ : T : iD. !
_Mi I I Plenty of Action Toys for the Children SELL I T : POOR CRAIGService ; ,ji

Wart ranked fifteenth in 1 Electrical : We Will Call For and Deliver : : WHITE STARCLEANERS ,: StationJ. :
UiiaiuK aclJYttr to Florida but I .: Appliances Repaired : : 80 Year Exparienca Electrical Work : : t

14 gOTTTfuncnt<< yember. actut ctatUttra ins to contained federal I ..............e.................................. : uca4:1.: 211 David Street.' a, ,, H. BRADT.Francis Managar and Dlrisloa Straati PHOHS IIM ::
M a fury from Waahiniton.pubtuted .. ... ... ... : Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. ;
to The Citizen today I I; .li a. : ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41: ,; :, : 701 DUVAZ. STREET ; : Tire Tubes Batteries Auto AeettaorIe/ : I:

:;- : : E. : .......................:e............... ,......, : S22 SIMONTON STREET Four PURE OIL and GASOLINE DeoJaraa :
Material repair. of streets ...e........................... .
I M Key West including 191tfnuna I : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. ............................................ DRY CLEANING, : .....a...........................*..a a.aaaaaaaPhone s r
tIC sttni-aoII asphalt. was.. I Tour Patronage Invited" : ; 211 SIMONTON STREET p. o. BOX 482 ; : f .;
received' by the WPA today. I In. S PRESSING ; : CAROLYN iffi l ? :
..... Heard: :organizer: of the Proprietary Medicine and DYEING : Orcnea Hotel IIS Fleming it. :
Bay ftrobU ot America, ia due : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies ,s : : 24-11 OUT Service : : -f: DONALD BARBER
to arrive In Key West on February I, Toilet Preparations and Articles : :
I. Vkior Lmn. local ......i...........,).............................. ; DELIVERY SERVICE : : v w. Spedofiw fa .
KWtma.ter, aid today ,I,, *......................a......................... Sale-LICENSED-Rentals PHONE 282 : : Scalp ALL Treatment' i ....Hair... .na1'l8 Dyeing. :. .

Sam Goldsmith has born ad. : Outdoor Advertising On the Florida Keys :..........175...........vreasaias. ......>ia.*............ lit;. j
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Wd by the. United States MUMFORD! ROSS ..................................... a aaaaaaaaSTELL'S
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Weather Bureau that he has : STREET : S : ............ ...aa.a............. .... ................ ... e
been advanred to the puitkm ofaaUftlant : Exclusive Monroe : PRITCHARD : : :
rnrteerk c4t at the local County Distributors for RUSSELL'S :
bureau.Jamea : Carrier Air-Condit' R ., : Scientific Beauty Culture ::
oning FUNERAL LOPEZ in AH Branches _
: ; "tmay" S ; S
for Nw Namr limW Key Wt.. vUit.' friends ,. for Domestic antI Commercial Use DRY GOODS : : : Thoroughly Experienced m": : Ilk..
Ure.Mr. .. 133 : : : Operator : ,.'
at ta*| | PHONES 9150 HOME 1106 OLIVIA STREET Funeral Service
I ...1/.....a....................................... S S : Solt Water U.*.. ExdualTalyPhane :

.a4 tw. and. *'.lit..***.t.. AUml*. Mrivtxt Knowfc yesterday .............. ..................................' : Let Those Serrc a 5IPho PHONE 373Specializing : Established: 1885 637 536 Flcminj SU .j

froM Plantation Serve Best : Licensed Funeral ..: ... .: ................
..... Ibey [had br rn YbaUna".wlal K.y'1,1Mt. i HOT POINT : 't : Directors and ....a.a.a................1.......a............
-.. Booth. I WE HAVE NEVER : inWomcits a i Forms Customers. Friends and the PuWic .......d
.Mr. and. Mrs. W. L> IVrwtry of Repairs on Sewing Machines & All Electrical Appliance s :. WE NEVER WILL : : and : Frances Beauty Salon
AtUnta aitftuMiev the rnttate'ItrrN CALLED .
a* their dauchter Mary, : Frances Park Owftft' ,
la AHw.t |II.| Carey 01. ,* { Home Appliance 605 Simon tal: : : AnibiiLiiicc ServiceTelephone ; S Children'sApparel : Ambulance : 1010 GR1KNELL STREET

Xry Nest. ,, Ph. Hjji cr 273.W : : 5i? : : : : Beauty Culture in all Its r/t.H. ..:

4 frank PtoJria, .ho hadvfcttin bm\I,. ...............................................: : :. Service .. a Permanents Scalp Tr
I. :........... ......... Never Sleeps : Phone 135 : Facials rMulNltef
hw IN"'ftt... Mr and ...... ....................... i........... ........: Night 69& Shampoo ,; ..:
Mrs J. a.-.w. kit setter* .. ....... ................... .....a................ For Appelnrmemt Pboa 1M1Marion's ........ .
JaetenvtHe. RUSSELL'1J LD : a ... ..a.a....... ............e....................... a
day far there. hta.. R. R : ....................................a........
t. aww snaking hi home.atMMtM GOODS a.... ................
tlmkwe he food for;! IIUESO :\ :
r : Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS : : i1t
raiptaUfi In'rants wheretk i. : BARGAINS RUGS LUNCHEON SETS : BEAUTY SALON :
cabiaU Licensed
chance -
gawetiMnrnt : :
BATH 'Soutbernmost House in u.s.A-
__ I,J e, Call 831-R and Goods Will Be Brought to Your Door : 1400 DuTal Street Telepboaa nit t; i! :

,Your Horoscope I J, ; CASH or TIME PAYMENTS : PAINTING Contractor : CONCH SHELLS : Expert Hair T'tnting'Hair Cuttmai/ J'- .

_1 ...................................a............: FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : All Sizes : Personalized.Corecnve Permanent.l.Stylin9 Facial -.J;. ::

FRIDAY. JANUARY 2X IMS '' ............................ : Telephone 9127 11t.Dun1.Street. Jefferson Hotel, : a. : Exclusire but Not Expcnslva : .
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Tats at a drgree of perveranrelk, aa a .............a.......:.................:.... COCOAKUTSSPONGES .........e............. .......................
st ids ".... Ywi will be intellectual J, : Save 207o : ............................................. :. .....................a........................
sad taehned to b* ai tittle in : 011 dweniags F. e Insurance : : Fe# M.ea .*...
LAWN MaintenancePRUNING .
.teratitf*. Thte will be many I.." : LANDSCAPING : : !"' ural Mato T..
axtd never.' tltfM. .. fortune. but mercantile. : TOPPING : a .. iq M
tiwre to a Krtt .f re*,.natlon ., hold and peronal : FILL-Top SOIL.LOTS Cleared and HEDGE Trimmed : : f ; fa P ra aa M ;
that bran the' aeul up till .ucU effects. Atlantic Mutual fire Insurance Co. : : Will Ship to Any Part : Wave*
.. a.. Marl Hauled, $5.00 for 4 Yards .Also Lois ; of 1/J5. or Canada : :
c* Save 15% on AU Policies Non-Assessable ,
.. I,. :. Mercantile ,- : Cleared and Marl\ Spread, Very Reasonable : Marcy S. Palacio : I "'. Beauty
ltul .tihe The CitUen. .." Stock J.L.Cfusoc.lgt.; : rhone'674 ; a +a .

rlllll.ll" ..................w............................: GW/iIrn: '1021. PHONE OLIVIA 801'STREET : : 401 South Street : a t t Colony .I
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i B.&B. CYCLE SHOP JEFFERSON/ 1 COFFEE ; : Next to ft*.***
LOWE'SI ; ; rtnnv I..t .. .tlt)' .
:: : 822 Fleming St. R. M. Daniels. Prop. Phone 1013 : : 1 AH Ltc..t 4d.a.tMMaa
: Open Daily and Sunday, Sales

I RADIO I: Cushman Motor\' Scooters : 5P.M.to1A.M.:\ : : Appraisals : ,. SpecMtriaN r ht :
: SERVING T ; Leases : Met Mega .
: : Sales!! and Service Immediate Delivery : : COMPLETE IJiimcrs I' ; : Rentals : a s Pfcoa o/ ro
Also A La Carte and Sandwiches Be vfF Ctrflw.'feIe :
I SERVICE .' 9 Seal -- Rental Service .: : Management\ : ,'lntnt. 2Of. fur ApHiiitlitirutSEHABLACSPANOLaaa, .
....a.......................a...e..e......... : Improved and Vacant : :............... ".*.aaa. .'

!Ii : 30834atgarst : : Parking Hags ; .-.......a.....a........................a...... : Properties and Monroe ia Key West : .............................................

.: :: litt.t :: Windshields d : ROMERO'S ELECTRIC SERVICE :: : J. OTTO County Good Work-Low Prices -.

.: : 9 1'oolrcsls fJ: : \- : 2612 HARRIS AVENUE : : KIRCHIIKINERREALTOR : Daily between 9:30 AJ4. and 3.30
&' PHONE 1301 :, -0;: ,. 1.. .d'J ; We Repair and Rewind All Types of : ; : P. -Appointment are accepted :
: AUo DAYTON BICYCLES and ; 411 Fleming Street : : from public by Senior Student of y]' ,
: "c-.u.t" andIelhery : STEELCOTE KUDHER ENAMEL : : ELECTRICAL MOTORS i : 919 Whitehead Street ; TheSouthernmost .
: ; ................................................. : WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED : : Phones 124 and 736-Ri School ; f1""
:....................: ........................a..........a.......aS ... DlF"InO E 1181-Just Ask for BRITT' M : .a..aa.a............i :
....... ........ = THE NEW MODELS OF THE : .........a....a.a......ala............a...... ...........a.....a...a. ., of Beauty Culture ..
Auto;; :,, : MAJESTIC "Monarch ON of DISPLAY the Air"NOW .:: Are You Covered Financially? : : INSURANCEOFFICE : :: 523 Southard Street 'f\ '

: : There number ... Vatof
EJeclrical Wire Recorder RADIO Phonograph; : : The Financial Responsibility Law is Now ; : : state approved a instruction available...ho wi knww i ewn the h hMai---s
: :. An Ideal Gilt Liberal Trade-In Allowance : : Kffcclivr for All Owners o)Autos and Trucks : J.lad's in beauty culture. These atuitnH .hrnutiflcr ..- ., b.

: Service : : Drop In and Let Us Explain This Law to You Todayl I IKey s 521 : .: !>tI.ty expert culture,supervision do of a Immrrf... tv. i-h..t .f Ii
Bring Your Radio for Repair : SOIL t HARD good work at very w .r.r... .Al..
: : : A Radioman : Uiuugh appxintnicnU are not required, It is svI . s slo- ,. to West Insurance Co. STUEET{ : : For :
sod c.oeraton : I" I [ Opposite Bus Appointment Slop at :-
Station :
24-Hour Radio 316 SIMONTOII STREET PHONE 1371 : : 523 SOUTHARD ST.. or PHONE S3T .:
I.IGIITS anti ; ;.............................................. .............a...a........................a..
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IMTIOY 14:1i: ( Repair Service i 1 : .............................................
ti I\-\ I h g a FOR SALE FOR RENT- ; -TIIE-: : Lovely DRESSES: for Children. Drape. C setaia..

ILK fJu 1 AIl I $ Music C o. Our Customers Must Be I. : S. PorlcrAIIenCompany : beets.Pillow Case RADIOS...Combination. Cash TABLE at Tena and n.eea'HAMiL'ro :

IJI.mIMER 1 1tit : We Have Authorized MAJESTIC Dealer : Satisfied ftlJ"T i 1111
.: nnal Stu.tI ::, : The Latest 629 Eaon Street 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE; 1380 i : MERCANTILE CO. I

........PHONE.....:.41e ........: : .......RECORDS..HIT...........a...PHONE.........1081......a.....;. OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE ........................ : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET TCLCPHOMC Htt ',
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: S. ; t : Ride the Bus to the ,

: PRICE TOURS : When You Go : The Division Street : GOLF COURSE;; BEAUTIFY ,

: :. Fowl Shopping ; : S

Paucuaer : Bo Sure to Get : BENDIX Entire House trith
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: sotFLORIDA : : ,
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EAST Home Laundr ,, : or ASPHALT TILE

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: The Foundation of Today's ; to the ,
f DR. COBO'St. : : GOLf Key West :
"Meal Planning
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,. I'UNDfQ' STREET BUNDLES up to 10 Ibs. 45c :
: : : RALPH :>FARALDO PHOrfE : : : Floor Co.
.. : .5.t .. La cc..u Hot" : Covering i
: gay W..t Agent 284 : Soap. Detergent and Bleach Supplied : Hava Fun!
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I II! \* : Sonar School Wins From .Boca : :SUSPECT'SEIZED- IN NEW"" ORLEANS-BANK, ROBBERY- .- 7' .1[Judge Caro Traces History 1 1i -nurrCOftItllfiTIU.'t Smith's In the Croe'..4.y....11'4.....Ac I.:

'lets' ..'" Safety Matches aN *...s -

: To Constitutions Thursday 52 pKk...... ff .Wni M.ra
Cliica Marines Last
I Night i 23c.should" have read "$ p.rka

!. City Recreation Cage Games To Members Of Lions Club.CLUB Subscribe to The t......-.....

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TIt 21. KitiTKoi: KIN.IS1IKS w I (Continued From "age/: One)

BASKETBALL MARCH OF DIMES AN. over the duties until 8 a. m. t.morrow. >.
1 : AIIKAII OK Jit.mNtrtis tts I .

6 T. S. Caro Judge of the Crim- city manager sail the firemen no#(
Tli* .lint (am* Urtwt 'n the Sponsored by City Recreation inal Court was the principal are to drop their police work and PI' I"

ftnar ftr..bait. acct th. urea Chi.r Department go t-> the firr in the usual way.
: speaker at the regular weekly
Marfcw to IU City Item't HIGH SCHOOL GYM : : tl j meeting of the Lions Club held Chi f Kemt saiJ he had inttrur Z flights>, dally

.4i lUtkHUtll. .. league bat i= ed Police Lieutenant Hairy Ire
(Night Games) in the Den on Seminary street Baker to drop cvrnrthin. ell! MIAMI
tutnt played at ,... I lift to 8r 4WM
fMt.1 1 I last evening. The meeting: was anti l rome ti notice hcadquarteri .... ...tinA
IR ....p realty a lID lawmh.t .-. S M
SATURDAY I presided over by Joe Allen with ;: Th'* assignment! : of firemen tn PNadMA. ..,... $IwMde4ih....
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eels.Ihhk I I do the work of the police department ..
7:15: -Girls Game: Alumnae vs. Professor Earle E. Hamilton .... P.ataaal ianM ..saw
hd the flrrt half. Thenttr I t C.Y.C. was made ncvesaary by t"o ...... --
M.rist*. writ ahrad and in I chairman of the club's education appointment of policemen: t.i aid! .....
t lr.. IM tw. .*....*U Kuetar tied. Club ts __... ....., -- -- committee in charge of the pro- '. Tax Collector Archie Roberts in Yea...,.s.attwI"' W t g....n.Im., .........
H up M 37 ail Th. t.a* .had ao CfifVfft (Al' Wirtpn..t, gram. the collection of occuttk: ; 1 license $. .....1M rM.rI.e4I .. ....

1 elf HO. a, > .sntiMit overtimettmi Of JAMES F. SMITH (center). 24. is under arrest in Chicago as a suspect in connection with the SJ 14.- Judge C ro's talk centered i I' ; fees and back servitv .septa. s.. r..., ..It A'"1
e/v..tM IMa arsmm) and Scene Party around the Constitution of the chat res. City Manager Spalding!: SMktoc .... only' hula 000 daylight robbery of the Mid-City Branch of the Hibernia National Sank a* New Orleans Jan United States and in tracing its said. 1 W'1

H el ,... **\* put HM. KunarWain I In Dunes DriveKey uary.9. He is In custody of Us. Deputy Marshals AI Wohlers (left) and Benny Goldberg after his history1 from the Articles of Confederation :
: scud to win 29 ta Z7.Tfc schuss by FBI agents.;. Charged with Violation 1 f the national bank robbery act. Smith was held brought out the various ; Subscribe to Th- Citizen. /

EH I" and Jr, of La- under $50,000 bond pending an extradition hearing January 23. I I freedoms and guarantees !!
CGnrNj West's younger set .,. I
4arrt err....... fait IM I I --- --- -- enjoyed under it: These he compared Negro, Allan Hompton an Everett .
tin-American extraction are due 'WHO STOLE MY HOUSE?' ONLY FOUNDATION LEFT ,
Ira4 wae rositumMMljr switchingMr with other forms of government ; Rivas were named as a committee
a cassia of clew Ie two potnU.llw for a gala night tomorrow when _' _'<_ __"" -d'h.Y''h' _''' ,)...H ..<. hauler wa a retail MM with I Juventud Alegre. the social club and of the present day.; tainmcnt to raise additional

th Jr ttvwtn put'tnc on their made up of young Cuban-Amer Honored guest at last night's 1 i funds for the March of Dimes.
brat. ahww U" th* peseta but they kant of this city hold a dance at meeting was Miss Yankee Carl- I,! .
..*** lunblo Wt tup a* unbeaten 1 son, the club's candidate for(t
WC TW B"C'd,. I I the Cuban Club for the March: Queen fo the March of Dimes. : .

*a *. u. of Dimes. Through the efforts of Lion :
The Kry W.rt RWtrkRtpair I I Tourists and winter visitors Louis Carbonell and the tall$1 NEW STREAMLINED UttlllS

Wai Uw Naval Ordnance in the who have never had the opportunity twister, Lion Bill Curry the
lust caar Jl t t. n Naval Ord-I I of seeing dancing for members contributed a total of I BALL POINT PEN

mar- .Had a MMM. .C dcfrme. But I pleasure by the highly rhythm r,. $64.16 to the March of Dimes :i WITH A Ifr TEAK WRITTEN OUA1ANTSI
tNr UbfM* .* Octrrfcaudt's. 14 conscious Cubans are especially fund to go to the credit of Miss .

|.4Att and VitUrraf' I ,points invited to attend; both to participate r Carlson's candidacy, Miss Carl I I -
.W Its. KW Cfertrsc kept them and as spectators. son thanked the Club for its efforts -' =- c= --
ahead all thrwuh the play.Toi04s I Music for dancing will be furnished in her behalf. I
real Cuban
.MOT* for the .bene by a Lion Carbonell told the club .. .. ...... ........
willi .tkl. w .M r. a4r.r.1.aI
Tropicano. and | 'nile ne 4 .wit t -
fit .. th* Man .. Dmtr* will I tan; Cojuno of the success; of the March of I I I IB rrrrfeM new tall r>..t .ssa..s..,. -e. __
t. pt**** M t.J a PL m. between I be of the type native to Havana r Dimes Campaign and announcedthat i =eLs.Ca:t .cr.t.A, t'a't Let: I..taM.. 4.fw pr.A....::- ..==
atrrtatl..d .4 r.-S. Si
the .Dun Cfcara ftttftnra sad the. and Key' West. The dance will ]1 a check had been receivedfor rear wnttm. t.arat.pla.tu-NrM.. M a M...- tlW4.nee IX n>'.. .-. ...**.
i lbtlt a llpat Ek p t....... .hapesd I run from 10 p. rn.to2a.m.: | $100 from E. H. Gato. Jr.. end Ml .,i .*. Amk a r r..ri.,. p.. .:
.*.... at g... will put the Ji. another for $25 from A. R. Wol- f..M.Central Pharmacy. Whit fc XMvUlaA KU.BBBKSAINT

elltlewtem rPC CIS I Maimt. thelracur koff, both of which were credited .
........ ilhea > The Weather ; to Miss Carlson. :i -- -
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.m the eye Lion E. R. Rivas urged the
---- r < club to support the concert to be

.Outboard) Club FORECASTKey _. .. -_ ._. ... _. .'. .. ----- (\\trephotol) given this evening by the High I: tOLlEOf
of whichare
School band, proceeds LEO
West and Vicinity Cloudy C. PETERSON.: foundation from which his i
: JAMES 38.ear.old war veteran sits morosely on the to be used to purchase needed : 'fJRlfARAlVty StAtUI
(f.elehrales! FirstAnniverrarv with rain this afternoon; partly 'dream house" vanished in Detroit He completed the frame world-three; Of the walls and half musical instruments.

body tonight and Saturday. of the tough flooring-and then went away on a brief vacation. Here's all he found left upon Lions Delio Cobo, Albert DiOFFICE I "'Ia Land ef Hick '

Warmer today and tonight. Colder his return. i sad likes'i'r
Saturday afternoon and night ---.-- '- ............. ... .--. .........
Moderate east and southeast: I j ..,.. . ._, I ..p...... .... ., ... ..
r--- -- -- '---rrt' -=- :-- -- Roberts .. .._ ,
The snrohUrt ., the Key WestOwtlward winds shifting to west and north- (Know America) :I SUPPLIES AC .".....11 r.1I...'. ..... ,. ......_....
CM rrlrbritrd their west late Saturday afternoon and 1V90-Mutineers from the P 121 Ducal St. Lopez Bldg. 1 i..1400.... ..h.,1 ... ....
British setui \ .....,. .. .... ,. 0'-
fin Alasivet..ey Tucadjy nightat night ship "Bounty" on : .
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anti Gibson ..
the IhfaikMtir- Restaurant.TW PlurkU: Increasing cloudiness: Pitcairn Island in the Pacific, intermarry -i Norcross<< ...I..p...-. ..... ....-...
new affirm far IMS and warmer today except occa-: with "the"'natives;.for !t Lines of i ,_. ........1- .. r -
west .la t..tW by Pact. CMnmo ional rain Tallahassee area this ing a curious'isolated-eommunityl i i t. Valentine CardsROYAL 'It..P". I.,_.. "....II... ,............

\{ dare Jay A........ who erred a* afternoon followed by colder of interest ever since to stu-. : ... .
Ma-tr af c............... New of. late this afternoon. Cloudy with dents of cross-breeding. t STANDARD .

fir.*. foe the earning' yean are: occasional rain tonight colder i j 1845-Congress enacts act TYPEWRITERS and

Jon tUker. commodore; Dr. F. north portion. cooler south por making the first Tuesday after: ROYAL PORTABLES
"-. c.tbMwI$1. ranmodofr; tion. Saturday clearing and the first Monday in November i SAINT LEO.7E&ida,
A. J ..........., rear f law ............ treasurer and East Gulf of Mexico and Jack- ;
bray ..611...,.. arrretary sonville through the Florida 1849-Two New Yorkers issu-i s v aiaJa --
r.tWwte. < the. Installation of Straits: Moderate to fresh winds ed patent for the first envelope-i}'
folding machine-all envelopes
ff erv. a banquet was liven to southeast to southerly over south '
the eua> by the wives. of the I portion and south to southwesterly previously hand-made with most CM EVROLETand

.....>Urs .. the. Key Wed Out. over north portion shifting Ito mail only folded so the unwritten \ 0.
t side could be used for outside
iMard tjub.& With the fun of out. fresh to strong northerly over. 1
...... Kttjtif during the last extreme north portion late this address. ;
year Ull frtUi In the minds of afternoon and early tonight and,I 1855-The Panama Railroad
art the Key Wet Outboard over remainder of the district tonight opens facilitating immigration'to '
CKb will etatinue with real and Saturday. Increasing California. i ONLY Chevrolet

.amaur* for water sport activities. cloudiness with rain beginning : 1869-The historic Massachusetts !'
over extreme north portion this I Bureau of Labor established j .
afternoon followed by clearing: I -the first State to have such i .

Sf'l' Srriff Met conditions urday.Jacksonville'. late tonight and Sat-1 I 13 bureau.1907-opening of the Harry K. j 3.

to Apalachicola: '' Thaw trial for the murder of IS !
Ai Yacht Club I FRST
I No small been craft issued.or storm warningshave l'I', Stanford White.

1909-First S. O. S. of the I
l sea o
The Kea scouts held their! rrs> e tt
attar. ship's meetinc', Thursday 11 I The "Republic" collides with j I
a, the, Yacht dub. Present at theSlMp's ReportKey the "Florida" off Nantucket
t-\I' 'Ylrt'pb..w)
wanting were thre ditm *. West. Fla. Jan. 23. 1948 Mass. Jack Binns of the "Re- FIRST in PRODUCTION in SALES and W riot t64 CHfVltfeffFIRST
public sends out historic "C. Q. JAMES C. PETRILLO. bad-cf the AFL musicians' union testifies ,
..>ihrd guru: Mr. Brick of (Observation taken at City Office. I ....DIALER--wd fawn..aA.w
". before the Lab' Committee in Washington Wed. .....
D. 'Hotisej 4 .....
the .. deride Council Mr. 8:30: AJ .. EST: ) I -w eau
aUttinet of Troop $3. and En- Temperature I 1919-United States officers nesday. He was called to answer charges thai he is attemptingto in REGISTRATIONS of cars and of trucks : w.r:: :: =

.... Webhe/ the U 8-! Navy. Highest yesterday ._ .--_.._-.- 73 arrange truce stopping the Ger- throttle the American.; entertainment industry through a I A.kwwq. bey.. r.pu,. .f e.0.e.........t.d........

The offkrers and trees of the Lowest last night -- -.- 65Mean t man-Jugoslaw war. _monopoly_ __ _on. music.. : __. At_ill '..7. ....e.d
ILH.ll. Oonrh. ship 250. derided n' ._m......__.. 69 1933-The 20th Amendment u IDIot __ .... ... ....
an .holding. future. ship's meet, Normal __ __ _. 70 I to the Constitution, the "Lame FI I 9 I my ...... --.. ill tile ...... ...
---- in Car Production tn
|Irate at the parish halL at T:3a: ( Precipitation Duck," ratified by the 36th |% Passenger 1947-according ..0........ ... .... ... taw __
., m. on Wednesday nights. I State. to published production figures. curt ..d .we ..... M1e
p Total last 24 hours .05 ins. wow tw .... w..up
lira Hcwut Commhsianer' Da.. Total this month .24 ins.I 1941 Lindbergh testifying ( ,,,, ',! IIlIuhlnlflll00lnlWIf '- ...4 d.twe bra la.a.q.111tete' s
Ttd ... and Mr. Brick dtsrunrd
Myers in advocates a ne-
this month1.15 ins. Washington =
Departure I in Truck Production in 1947 I ...... .......
further" plan for th Total this year .24 ins. gotiated peace.1942The r"-m" -according la pub. :t: ,::to-*;

.Ijl fee) fcVf.,rtt .let Key West. Departure this year1.15 ins. Japs land on New fished production figures. ......,..- .... ...... ...
1 1I ftIIea Malec .
Relative Humidity Britain. O.w.e. .4 -w.w
Il"d A' at 1:30 A.M. 1944-American forces pushed FI RST MoIors we ...../. ........ ..e j
Stilly 92* back below Cassino in Italy. In Passenger Car Sales fn 1947-according to T*"**"* ......... ......... err

'A' ; BarometerS4a .1945-U. S. 7th Army withdraws incomplete but conclusive sales records. :- t n..d Ia.aA.S
"" Saturday I i and w dww.ire I
h ( Level) SM A.M. on the Western front to M! r E ... w .w .... At"a
2948 ins.-0000.0 mbs. a more advantageous position. == FIRST "-... .. p.. to w r.r. yin I
Nt .. .. '
H fa .
w.Ke I
internationally .
Rand '
Brotherhood of Truck Sale in
Almanac 1947
.. Tomorrow's 1946-The 'I according to incomplete. w A.tile p.rpaw. ..
known. dannee. will make a peranallppeatana Sunrise 7:12: a.m. Railway Trainmen threaten to E l -' bat conclusive sales records. w. __........ .... .. ....,

at tomorrow Sunset n'_._-.' ---... 6:07 p.m.g strike. Real,Iw tatIp.4. )
sucht's dance and. naino ben( Moonrise _. 4:23 p.m. I 1947-Government asks that ., aid ....... e. awaa..w .......
American.. the March Wetor of Dimes.UvUfkrfrt tal-pay suit be interest.rejected Former as 1 l=- lJi g= postwar year, 1947-according to published pro. pwa/a... .. ..... .w... ., ..1....r..e./...
TIDES against the public duction figures. brew 0.c .:...
ia .
Maw. Rand will augment Uv ma .
Tomorrow Congressman Andrew J. ,i 15 Guaranteed __._... j ,
Mardi .. Dimes talent" groujmade p i es .... ......
up .. local and profession (Naval Base) May from Kentucky and two I PURE = FIR ST epwdAen.-t.ld; .n ...... ..d
Eastern Standard Time) others indicted on fraud charges. d01Wy I I M
( InTofolPauengerCarl'rodudionandSalesforttte .
at entertainers who have bi Ire% pod ==; :: e..r

a. uniparingly of their Urn an I High 2:33 Low Sunbury. Pennsylvania, was I Place Your Refrigeration =_= total 17-ymr period, January, 1931 to January. "..... w ... ....... ::..:
effort t. make the Dimes Drir : a-rn. ajn. 1948-accordinjjto published nation-wide fitu..... s....0.-.....
'.O$ p.m. 1:23 p.m. the first city to be lighted by on a .....
a wwre. w "Y. .. ... .
Uwr / .
The big affair will start at I I I electricity. i FIRST I .. by, tile ........ M y
B. nUWreral. features have beeifirwnbrd I ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA REAL ICE l BASISand (In Total! Truck Production and Sales for the total ".':' =o M..4 ... ...
West .
Reference Station Key
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legion officials f i 17-year period January 1931 to 'p ..
by I Tim oil|Height ol January, 194 ..... ...:, ....
charge .. the, dance.Watermelons. ItatSoaTWe [thigh.. "' ,. tJ I 1. You Will Cet 5 -according to published nation-wide figures.n ..aMpwwdwaw...wa..n, ,. ,

Bahia HCJD4aobr.. Q" Q .c- = GUARANTEED. IGERATION SERVICE = MI+ to aw w a .. ........ .......
# 5 .. ..
blueberriei 4e... ........
and u the fescue grasses thrlvi. No(bridle Name) Key_10+2hr.miD. 0.0 ft. oft. y .., .?> I! .Is Mora Economical!! c FIRST Tote! Number of Cars and Trucks on fee read 1 ****1?*. >**s......4.. TJ.7J.

best. on arid soils.Kmdnry .. (east side) -20 mis ",-C 'e r c.- ,REAL ICE It Is PURE. loaay-aecording to offici-il 1 nation-wide reaisJTI. iim.!. "***Mwtlla.y
Boca.Ckica -Ohr. ,.r.' "C'/ 4eQ aoti i Healthy and SafeIi trations. aiVl i.rjt......**** "* *3

beans. that have biname I (Sandy Point) <40 mm.I J. ". 4.. M
.rooked. are excellent in j j Cables Channel +2hr. ( '., ofI''f.f.. I

hearty salad if they are to arced (north end) lOmla +1.4 ft. c. ,pi. 9 Ii| Thompson Enterprises Inc. MULBERG CHEVROLET COMPANY
with an equal- amount of tulle I oOo Oi. cP ,
tiny and then moistened wit]I (NOTE: Minus sign coroctioni -
tatad drestn, and flavored tri th to be subtracted.: Plus '6 6 Ati | (ICE DIVISION) I 319 Caroline at Near Street PHONE 377 KIT 7 r.t, I'Iurltl.
gltiaJ -- tifa correction* to be added. t H PHONE: NO. I KEY WEST. FLA. s

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Jayshees To 'Stage Event Key West High School Band 'Fun Night" At I by Captain Bill Kroll managerof CARNIVAL INHAVANA 1 I val b the AfOan parade qf atypical

the City Aquarium, will be FROM I. A parade of ...... In 1MB
YMCA Tonight heard, regarding sport fishing in FEB. 7-MAR. 11 feature is srhedwte* fc.. every
local waters.A I'Saturday fiwM Ftfcmary 7 to
I. Tonight For Benefit Of And Chorus To Give ConcertIn Havana has made more cxten-
Tourists and winter visitors short program of musical en- :March 14. The parade w* Ma*
live for its carnival
will be entertained at the YMCA tertainment will be provided by 'place on El Trade ltnikvardand

l March\ Of Dimes School 8 o'Clock auditorium tonight in the second local artists, and in order to permit -I season this year than ever before Matecon: Drrrr
Campaign,! High TonightPROCEEDS "Fun Night" of this season's sc- the audience to attend the the local consular office reports.A Ii
' ries. The entertainment will several March of Dimes benefits special feature of the carni i Subscribe to The CMa.
1 IT .'UJ. UK: A ICE* FROM SALE start at 8 and will scheduled elsewhere in the city ----- ---- ------ - -
'. o t I consist promptly of a program p of m.particular tonight, the show will come to a . . . . . . .

AMI CAH: \HKTTO& lie.:I OF TICKETS TO HEI. Apply To Wed interest to visitors in the city. I.close early.

.siKU:. : ) ATimiiTwooiCUIK ) ): JEWISH USED TO BUY INSTRU-j j An application for a marriageI what in In gand addition visiting a contest lady to community will to be determine elected sing-:;i and In produce general,best most when crops the grow soilis : Eastern Auto & Home Supply, Inc. :

ARBOR DAY I i I licence was filed yesterday in of the Island", talk slightly acid to neutral. Tire
MENTS j "Queen a Formerly Pan-American Company :
| the pffice of County Judge Raymond -
Aftothrr I II -
cptrtel -- ---
lor -
pant th --
benefit <4 the March ..f Dunes!* BTj The Key West .High School R. Lord bj+ Donald C. Hill .....-.-.-...-.-..-..e-.-eee- -.e..-.........................eDO s : 1101.1103 Division" Slrrrl Plionr ,118Jk1ZEIa.
41, of Opa Locks and Wando > .
will be aUxrd tufctfht .t taro: j I RABBI A. SCHWARTZ I band directed by Earl, Dillon Smith 4f\ of Miami. : YOU NEED AN :
School chorus directed <
and the High :
soak 1-:
by the J y hcr It millIIP I
by Marjorie Cobum, will VISERAiitonio ;
a 4U MV and rabarrt .t the> I .g,
:' Jewish Arbor Day also known present the following program --carl Dohm, and "This Is My f ElectricalPORTABLE : II ,r .
Dfiflwnod Club, with a wellrowttaWd school auditorium at
at the high I
as New Year's for the trees will Country"-Raye and Jacobs I_ !>ilr a t\ulu.uhil. .
artfc4i| til art. .8 p. m. this evening: j J
be celebrated by the Jewish PROGRAM j j Band. Descriptive novelty "Ai Pay Only the 0- :D-, NO .
Charley VftHrt. f RKO In Hew Ynk whtre lie WM faith aU over the world Monday Alma Mater Key West High 'j 1m I RegularEstablished Price ... .

.111 !barge of eudtUen and worked January 26.According. SchooL ; Grand Selection, "Attila"Guiseppe ,- S .
MI .*.*. production will gene to the explanationof March, 'Spirit of the West"- Verdi. : Visit Sears Order Off ice Today; for Complete s

.a ....tin of cvntnanitw. Villet the Talmud on this day in Hummer. |I The Star Spangled Banner. S }' : I- (.onte In and See T"rstt.ns..- :
itltl A Machine to orcrfwy
Overture. "Princess of India", Information .
S tw-.A.f to Key W"-.. al. The proceeds from the fOlic of ,
Palestine Jew
is requiredto the
every -Karl King. : "rice Either One! Then lUll lie Jud lit e
ready brrome fvitc popular 1 tickets will be used for the purchase Account : .
tree and treat I'ayment
plant a i Concert piece "Dream Waltz"W
through hu trash and zntful of instruments for the ,
timi-ty .in upprcrancM he has trees and make. program,! C. PowelL band. I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I
....... giving prayers and songs and i March "Thhe Thunderer"John C&T

Orrry Finder will brine a ct* praises, to God for the good and I Selection Philip The Sousa.Prince of Pils- kwzd1 o- Dayton Tires and(I Tubes I I
frntn the rat of ha new Little benefit trees humanity. t
give I I.

Teftrr.brtfi) auginc thaw rUimrat.TM. Kruup musicals has Jewish On this faith day go. all out folks in their of the orchards en"-Gustave Paraphase, "Taps"Luders Earl Dill- S CORNER of SIMONTON ORDER L OS?> Phone* 'CE 1560 : : Exidc Batteries : j je
In Key Wtrt for M-vsral) year. with their children and on.Chorus ,
With Ihnuaands of acrticrmen friends and rejoice, with singing "Calm As The Night", :.... ...................................... ... .
... The Famous
and riYil a* their audienm.Dntvm
all kinds of
dancing: and eating
kt.. will offer Crui.vneral'popular. numbers song art in fruits. 'e : JAMES\ MOTORCYCLEallon (: :
the torrhy manner that has en The Buckser tree (called, St.1 GIFTSWe THREE HOTELS in. .MIAMI} \ at POPULAR PRICES 1,, .
John bread in English) takes 120 Miles to of Gas
rfcrrd her Ie the ynunicr set of to bear the Buckser fruit. Offer A Nice Selection r/ -
the rily Deatnce' Moreno willniep.n years Located in the Heart of the Ciry .
This kind of fruit is particularly GIFTS For All I
An authentic her at hula the dance piano. will eaten Sunday on schools this day.usually Religiousand havea Occasions Reasonable Rata ItV'wlliO for Writ.Rasarrations ow Win I II AUrfOCESSICII.s: () : :

be performed. hy Ilelen Brown. least, eating all kinds of fruits, Also with BATH and TELEPHONE I, . . . . . . .
...0. cf llawati. who studiedthe --- .
dance In the ....nch: from as a symbol of thankfulness to SOUVENIRSCOME --
God for giving us this great food and SEE ,tJ 7 :
ehildhond until she came to the Ford I I
United State sa few ytara no. producer the Buckser tree.I i' lJnn. \ Pershing Miller For the Brandy You Know *
Albert Doz.'s rumba danren.always would like to suggest to all TROPICAL TRADER l
people of all faiths to plant and Hotel Hotel Hotel) I
a high spot on any Key 718 Duval St. Phone 1000 I
west show will he there 'In their doctor-up all trees everywhere r 60 NX. 3rd St 22S N.E. lit AT. '22? NX. lit AT.
in the world.
lay and picturesque costume. 80 Rooms ion Room 80 Room II
I would like
will be for Particuarly. to V
This an opportunity
e ElevatorSolarium Elevator
winter. visitors to see Latin American suggest' : to our good American Elevator I
dances. as performed natural (children our future coming citiZt'.os STRAND THEATRE I Heated
I p [17 and perfectly I to be constantly on the Now Showing, I 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION'viwiBELDNER'S 3
lector Darmm and his. orches alert of taking good care of the "THE BACHELOR AND I dMfe ills
eta will furnish music fur danr. ores God's gifts. .
lad between aria of the big May God bless our good Cary Grant Myrna Loy I %%%
Ih w. country with all its good trees of Shirley Temple-Rudy Vallee I With VENETIAN BLINDS!
all kinds, so they may grow together Starting Sunday
successfully with our THEY WONT BELIEVE ME" I Venetian blinds lend enchantmentand T
I good country. I Robt., Young Susan Hayward i captivating beauty to your e
I Rabbi A. Schwartz will speakon windows.regulate ventilation...
:I the topic of New Year's for i I MONROE THEATRE I I control unl pnvacx. ; '
the trees at this coming Friday : Now Showing o
----- i
evening services, at 8 p. m. All I ROBIN HOOD OF MONTEREY r! .
(1) : ii
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.ldaaa Bar. Daughter t i arc elcome. All-Star Cast v\\
Ur and Mrs. Josrph Soldano
Starting Sunday I Q
III Cathrnnc street announce -..<.r..e*JUtrtss. .!MONTHLY I "CHINA POBLANA" 120 DuvaL,Jeffenon Y Hotel Bldg .'

the. birth of a daughter at Munici- FEMALECOMPLAINTS Maria Felix v Miguel Inclan "I" CALL 1042 for EatimaleaPEARLMAN'S \
pI| lloapiul at 2.1S a-m todayThe Spanish; Picture ., I %% ra
girl weighed eight pounds. yL -
I t s r
The Burmese name for Ran / t 1Dr.
/ x
goat ""Van-Ckm. means 'endof Arc JOG troubled by distress of / t
renal. functional periodic dUturb-
war" r seer.T Dot tni make you suffer 1
t front pain. fret M nerttnu tiredat Vt
\I PlnktutoTs such Unm Vegetable Then BO Compound try Lydla to E. / INCORPORATED t 3t s. %IIN and HO' 'S: If r Iliire Eterylhhtf: ;-

J.URMOMA LIQUOR STORE rrUev baa a (rand web soothing symptom effect Plnknams: on one "THE STORE OF QUALITY" t 3t a4 for the f tdd, .M ealher !!

1114 Dwval SUset I| ./ trommn'e writ Important organ! The Largest. Exclusive LADIES' MISSES'and

A Complete Stork .>f ,i LIUTAL.PINKflAm.cwostOwa1lcanc CHILDREN'S Store in Key West
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gall: 13 US Jew Last Call For Cold Weather ApparelAt / .

,'marsh/ iEK:.: IMirrryDtXIVCMtCS t # I 'tt

Will Ba MAd. Hot Weather Prices t 'f t 20 OFF
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Mf ....... the Hour I '
t .I 4 PJ4. sad Mldalgat 1 ti '
k We If
r air to DISIrOSIi I ALL
1 w. Rnmr the Right to Refuse / of On \LL of Our Fine;
Dr'.Jvmr: t' Aujrtme 1 l
> I fl1iifaWlcfwicI. I COATS, SUITS, Woolen and t I ,, : Leather JacketsZIPPER

I Ii Gabardine DRESSES and AH : !

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WHAT fytftY ,t / Clack and l Dark Silk DRESSES : t/t\ < and BUTTON STYLES

I FORD OWNER In Order to JlIll.fO Room for Sprang Goods i t Save On
a Arriving Dnily' 1 f'' ,, I
I. l \
2-I'j'e Another Group cf / 4
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SUITS 2"jJAfIE1'S t : Yyt
;r 1 a Values to 519.75 S6.Un. S I n.Hn( /10 11" 11 511.15 Values' S695

/ 8973 HElH.'Cl'JUN) ) Cif(}(()
I From Regular Price ) 8793 ic
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Group; nr UEYS

e(I s i new See patterns these beautiful. You / All$3.00()Silk) $1.00 DRIVES. S3.IIO: ()and and Sfi.OO Wool( Urd'lf"lifJll II nESSE.' :i j SWEATERS fy

will know that one i is ) FROM REGULAR PRICES _

yours for now anc Original Price Tags are on all garments-Take Advan1 :i
lc : S3.50

JDDnWrrJn / --- /II .r. j,ooor, A IVicr Si-|.Tli-.ii .>f l nt.:( \ ti HulliMi tHdM. '
50 Cases of I Yu' esocasM
J perfectly designed for / :/M A'IH.' ,_ 1'lIlIu\'r SI'I.I ;1.",'\.-I k... S\\K\IIKS.: I t r

traditional or modern SPRING and SUMMER :
1 homes. / SHOES I n
8rlnsi your Ford back 1, EXTRA SPECIAL r

"home" to us for fl11Jrlinn ells j ARRIVED IN THE PAST FEW DAYS :/Ic Retry Barclay coaxes:: shoulder-bows, scallops I":d: _

periodic ., j STROLLERS, KEDDETS, PLU SHO1''.. DRESS( I and whimsy pockets into dress Friday, Saturday 'ill"' Mridn\. OnlyMen's
inspection a with the
: new and disuncmevuh k SHOES in All the Season"* l\e\ "> .l Shl,.., in tll|. / C I- r

delicate non border / While, Multi-Colors, Red, Gr-i>ii, Blue Mai/e, Tan, :/ quaint charm of a miniature-the freshness SHOUTS fancy with ZI Pala.ra icaa r 69eMen's l tb I

Rrovtii, White and Brown, White and) Red. i of all
White 1948 with its new ballerina skirt. The d
Pc.S.rvica for k and Clark, Gold] and Siher. -tc c lindcrshirls l ,1 ALEWINSKY'S -
gK.UP OfTEN PRE. Io.: uw Y.r.
Haling Federal Tax /; pre-shrunk gingham plaid comes i in combinations *
Cotienirnt Credit Terms A Shoe for EVERY OCCASION :,

II J I VENTS A BREAKDOWN I Flat Heels. Cuban Heels. High Heels of blue-brown-green or blue-black-wine.
i Also New Shipment 01CIIiLDRE1 Sizes 9 to IS $9.98PHONE I 51109
i I
f / "S SHOES IVlrr, Sundial, :

e1 i j Robin Howl in Black, Tan, White, / The IIome 01rwl

BEACHCOMBERJeMelersIni for Play and Dress Harl, Srhaffnrr & Mar (3othlaa

Memoe Motors:>> Inc. porters / GET THE HABIT of SHOPPING atPEARLMAN'S 1 I BELDNER'SI 526 DUVAL

ritoxE: rxsIIIt PHONE 532 /I 1133 I STREET Phone 116
w.1. ... Key West /I I,
|btu Du zl St. Key West. na S28 Duval Street Opposite Strand Theater
w s'k*. -, -., .- -- ,II For the' IlrnmN You Know *