The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 6, 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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I LIM1I.I.. ttrfcval and ctoU about Gandhi police protection when Carolina. All are Democrats. Rep. Abernethy proposed that southern governors ask for a "5ho,,' :PERCENTCity Ilitgs. Oetae*.ra st T*, ..

t)4", a .**af knUe and various down" meeting in Washington with national Dcmociaiic leaders. bt, Joerph !BtntamOwtructww *. ...aa

k.r". M4 file*. IMJce Chief Jo- he held prayer meetings, but he ____ .L __ h_, _'__, ,_ -,_ ___ _______s_ __ ,_ __ Manager Ralph D. Spalding -, Ca .......
rpfc. Kesnp aid. the. eohwed man .had replied he did not want hismeetings today began an investigation! I.''''' ibM. rLi'de

tae. w/ld U quntiuaed. about the interferred with in any to determine if the gas rates paid I 4 : Bek. ('slh..hd lta>...

VatstMM rlMiirrt* and shoal bur. way and that he depended on Nation's Heroic Dead I Dave Sholtz the Key West Gas Company are I M __. It'ICIft'a &e'. aM tkpwrLkw W J .....Wwle.ltnq ..
grateS tfcal fear been .rwnraitTa -
God to give him protection. higher than the 15 portent increase r a plats m1Ive 141.54 e4 lire t .,

1M.. .tans Police protection was further allowed, the by I 1 ilydtal .
company t'wpswhee
fart that. f4arrwt,1.thu :
ailta ..*> M.I urged on Gandhi after the expiation "Come Home" To I Rest In City On the old City Comm 3Sion. City N...,.s' A..... .........

N ......... rsttvtvd the uua1.jr of the bomb at one of I "I have been given a lot of information f ti planned& hJ. amtttet ....... w the
....... .lr.M.. Indicate that hU meetings a week before he By EDWARD H. SIMS. The Citizen's Washington Correspondent: I th said 2 and. ...... .4.4 Ibl bat.

wy .. sloe ntan we have Iron wa a *;,inated. The leaders re. WASHINGTON. Side by side with the Congressional circus i Short Visit I II City Manager by Spalding: company.after a'' i 1t Utf panted sabredw pr...eM Modtern,. .e

aeejn. far UMcUfUlnj. & & sverl I ( irealed that they argued long and here in the capitoL another show is going on daily. But r r
.. ... I Kemp.'. I meeting held today with A. C.Peircc ::. II. Wtetl.... ...eeetattve ..
M N. am. I Ifrfcaal :ramettly with him on that occasion. this one is a somber one-it takes place across the Potomac in HE AND MRS. SHOLTZ HAVE; of the : / .. .... ......... .Lpesatato.
.. entered lJuuct..1 president gas com
but he still persisted in Arlington National Cemetery. I f rl woe. 111 M r .......
ny flag a window sash.,I not having any protection. Late last year the burials of Americans killed overseas began -j BOUGHT MAJOR CLSON'SMANSION t pany. "I was given free access It. awwmusmwir., ,. awl tar ..eisN
n... he W 4e a twk on the of. to all the company's books. I
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the hillsides of Uw iSe Iwel.r.t Meet
almost a
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Arlington. They on
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fir I wilL It wa explained that it ON ISLAMORADAf i "It is too early yet for me to
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.pars ..*.. .lie. t*** the. nvweyIn was not for him to Arlington's rolling landscape. Each time the band plays final make any decision. I will go tithe 1 prewol ee .
tram I necessary the delivers its and the bugler AS A HOMEFormer .hat all over tlke UelNasi. skN
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** the de k drawer leave one as all the money that music firing squad I gas company's office' tumor- He said hoe t warm

' a first eatunet. j jThe had been given to him was used sounds laps. another, group: Americans leaves the cemetery!j';! Governor and Mr:.. I row and on Monday. There arc : hire. M ...., howl.up-iy nut r ...

wan wtH he turned' over'to to help the poor.. sadly: impressed with the costf *- ,Dave Sholtz. who have purchaseda I about 3.000 gas users in Key : nW and. tluit Mie 'b.'

' the anertfra * Drruly. Sfcwtff I check all the bills.
Ouef fin1CrtswtoU Naval Personnel For these families the war .Rent Control :"Key West today visiting friends. job to ,>4> HftlU toral U*.rUy. eei111. err
WaBate aent tVarnm will 'never actually end. The J 1 Mrs. Sholtz is-jiow: a resident of I i "One .thing I did larn was! Wheal. ad4. Mw, a.w
M Wahtn:*' and will I boys buried within fight of the } :Monroe Count Mr. Sholtz said. :: that the consumption of gas in 'tie .lu alvajra .*.. earl. ear.
wart to. see U the. man U want I To Vole I VashinRton,Monument will be Bill Discussed i ioW..l !i "I came to 'Key West to slay .creases sharply with the cold 1 -,------- I r :hlie ob jft.... .. Meal 11s.
before dI.rIIn Urged I weather.: That; is it I
.d .Iwft : missed for many years to come. f fI a few hours" Mr. .hollz said goes upI *AI w.rO .r ,.... twines. nvitnjaa.n aarttlaeiratandrau.
..... oh. entertacSfcettfr DtntljIaallilt ..... .. I I I sharply as the Weather gets cold;; j
tell their familieswar
No has to
I one I and this is at lca.t one time that j FRITZ' KUHN (above). fanner 1p t 1
...l Witnesses I !so there" may,be some r.otlSQnablf"xplaDaion.'for. I .
is tragic thing that we has pobticalim-
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for should do uorJjest ta. uaid.J'Ar, UcU.up .cl am;nt.-runn ip;for .
' ...................J'U'' 'a'1 U. H. I Monroe jCountyiod :. has 1.a.a Lb !bills during lhewlnter ninths: Bund In the United States, escaped .
', .y uVgwd "airNavaf"prTsoiHic"n other-r And no one to preach I anything and am not supporting :I 4..... Pt.r We .awe an tartar.
HOT* ....... hi t. etItwi of a !j WASHINGTON Feb. ft -The II < The City Commission directed from German .Intern. I
rm'I I Key<< Writ to register and vutr ,, preparedness to some o fthcm. I actively anybody fur pny office. with' a live bmldin< 1J"If.... M IManfHir >
....... .by the Strong the city manager to c"nf , I j) the, next election. Simultaneously with many of i i proposed; rent-control bill was: :: Mn ShoUz' end I arc happy td I r i bills ito- f ment camp at Dacha Wednes I key men *tt h.. t**+... .*.
t...... t......,. Havana itreH. "* Peirca about the gas (0 .
Navel fie- these services, sessions are in i be back in town. I Weat ta aver 1..4
Irark sea "Mwijr of.the person consirfcred today by the senate 1 i it had received numerous cow- day. He is shown I. Jail at Key say
i Ws.Ib. filet the wa .re eligible "to vole in 'MonnwCotmly. progress at capilol hilL Sometimes witnesses ; lie added that he would return j I I...... There .hey man .al !*...
be Several that the..consumcrs: wen Neudec>. Bavaria Man
Jairo haw It banking comm.ittcr..i plaints afar *
.wtt d Uwytm thinks it would be i! here Elks convention 1.i.. I .. .. I
; ; England said. i1 UK') one I fur. the inA I 13; lie soot to ttwMl .wr
try tlr4vea' dneaoil .'...._ street. : tPs(9{ one of them billed more than the paten ich. after his arrest last Jill, ........ ... i
t wvr residett" one year in Uilate well if Congressional attendancen 31nd !! put, and will remain a :week month of Jan | 1.1d. Ow h: et ."f t"
(, ,..... th*.. In his tar tJwynn and have been in Monrw one of these services were advocated' (tthet. landlords and at that: time. The mansion: hand additional for [ for possible trial' as a Haul ..a.I' h.karrea4a le lw ......r carea
; ...... the tit tw the rut b andWattare I I Mrs. Sholtz at uary. 'I .,.......
(""ftt)'. for six month th y curute Compulsory. It might put a tenants"bepermitted to rouse to purchased t fender lam nile to
... The city manager prop'teb
!;, ...wen IliI1 ,..,. Iw. ,.. leer l ,. clearer) light on the shameful an agreement about the amounts I I fslamorada was constructed: b>t 1 I into several bills hr had received ___ h Ceeiwkaleaa fJ I... I 1M,r
ttwo e
t tel .rta enteredIK d.rihZ" "Naval' personnel should tal.dvs.nlge }.< actions of some: politicians and of rentals that will run to 1949.Objection : i I Major Elson.i .1 I go and'to see what f'.pliln'I-I III I' .f"'tI la's of thew diril.a ........

it let* latnau n,<.M .In were vattnta ...rl I k. .na ftI i>f" opportunity high!:; officers who are being immediately' was:I i lion for the relatively large ,Aroused( (Over) .vats"under euoaNeMtw ee Mwow. I
Ili' Ie.! onto in MiHiroe. Quizzed on war contracts, etc. I raised to that proposal. Because' ;; II creasems can be pi et
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ta. > r .
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the 1.M :Drought .
er ( .. ., f'-
I Naew.e ..
Three families are seen of the housing: &: r-hoitace, it was -s-
..sots the liiHurn pwkH of a vTV *- it Arlington daily would know I pointed out that landlords; whoso Truman's (Civil I -"* 'I...... .1....... .....

#*,. tttrf. rearfted thnwchIhe what sort of treatment some | desired could: resort to the California Resigns Job ToHelp I k avng a he sitm. w ........- \ .
owed.. l.. tet the nm*) a Temperatures" greedy Americans reserve-the: j jo'nues I ":,ky's the limit" rentals. 1 It I '..hH pledwett. a ,4tpps14 .. aiand
,>.... J. Hrt*kkert Manka' I ..
h ....... wl.. ..< ak..*Mnf .In.t 7>M A.M. E.S.T.: who put personal profits: would be better, it wa; urged, if : Candidale: Kighls Program paper. ee rskrlaAee At.lelr.eatl. 1
.. the above the cause of their own the former proposal of a 15: percent Ends' Today( I )
.t t.*arf .Ji1'(is.k.that ref a.ted thief l 0 sink country.:' They could say plenty I increase; be made effective. I I .0, TI. ....MN4 P..... Vl'hmI.m: TMi. ...... .. iiiatlye .. i
.netrfT* StatJoaAtI..u. I II ," ..
If bothered to ask them.A The bill should it become toframe twb.e. aa4tiatt Ml'narwrs
anyone a ... ... \\m li-rn I
Kb m.. alnuiMhtnf < .n .f. Prw/ Frank] S. Wrightvht
, trunk frwn ear __ ___ ., .t: I WASHINGTON h-b *- Sera .
art hT touh; .Iooking sergeant law, will be operative for 14 director fw. I th.- t a'at atrw4 eetaat typ dvewtrurt.a.
I : w.*th about UM. Tie pilings ._ ____ .-- -I: : is in charge of the traffic at I' months. WASHINGTON. Feb. 6-Be- public relations of Florida f',1f" tier i tor Riehald' Ru.* 11 of Georgia w. hlr/1t ee M,
'In the
beer industry
thteve W Ae a wuwfcrw 41bsnark lo-A-zero= temperatures extend 4 MuinsKey Acwse....
ltrin.nglaa s ceremonies. lie I sane
these Arlington ', .r said today firsidrnt Truman Musing I
t car ad re. Ked InMie end unk __. -Utoattun has seen a lot of tears in the across: the country today from last two years, resigned identified a Weator. AW At-.A.... r
the Hour I Advertise eastward February 1 to become I FBI Gestapo Urtic in trying .
ked northern
,- If past few months. is a veteran of City Montana to of of our attorney Mt Ht. ......
I r tat J llnnnettT. _t.enI- Ruffalo.u.rlmon I four service in North Africa Illinois. with a campaign our of Florida Jhr to put into efle. t Ins "rivalrights" Costttart Je 'Hnja "Ms*.

I pets 0 eaten at the rUminto }!- (-. 6ta.magu. ( and years continental Europe. i Kl'l1tt'd.yeported a nine-inch candidates for govern announced. program. Murh Key Wed ...Hr *. ym wend 't.

L tel MW. a '.crw steal h*. purse f _,.-,-. : Tm clad to see 'em cominR I AI l Fair, Show j snowfall. and a sn'w-bclt extends it has been I The> :nat'M ptrtlKtut that to ...0wCuSw.ab.iaw

, ewat.u. .>ii.. W lai en.n and MOO,.(;. .. Chr.. __ ._ n. ___,iJ.,, home," he said. "Phi; is where ] along! the entice Ohio valley. niiiiiy segments of .the I niio i I Ht.. "Wl...
to. b.4w'a. .....u lie gave;; 4enver ft their own countryTold very I j Her;; West will b? veil i"dverVcd I. TIle drought in the fmitero.vinc ; I Broken LejrNo. crated! puttto he Smith with .7aYalag. of ...4 lahnibe w.11 tl
I but he got at tli" Florida Slate Fair al f "
the MMI
I IN. I. l +lrratft. "n -- F : few people even here in Wash- sections of California wasI break away from the lievident m ""," u espkay
.... t F.I P.5u ._ 3' rcalil l these burials I Tampa and the Miami Baal! I broken yesterday. It. wa the I the coming election.Representatives w......$.... "taw krl 1.r5a wN t
I'' Mts. lbwwlly.. ".. tefuUZht. toe Worth '3CJalvevton f went ington.on daily at Arlington the I Iserceant Show, the directors of llw liesWet worst drought California had experienced Handicap from Mi.i.*ippi foremen. oat i

..... ha<.lgwnkta by tMu'.c, .. "65 said J Chamber. of Coiiaiieice di- I in 70 years. One and declared that Denci>-rats in Snn uw.: eoe ,. tta'ewg '
.. Ire' Baker to 0kw the 5r ; reefed 'f' terdav. one-half imhes of rain fell While We4 .. ...
tarty Jac-lt..yill ; "Yeah, the wr"::. over and ev-1 yes- BEDFORD. Lid.- plying that stae may put on indepenI ntdinanre Ni Key (
I gr. .. ..t-d l.w the. I>oMclI ... \.-.. ('llv 21KEY busy but if they had I The Florida Fair will) beheld ; tciday, and more u falling to- basketball' Marvin Bigh. I I dent' ticket in the field Minna., "-' tear ..rata M

..... ....,.." Khe could' nut WEST -. ;J75Key erybody's: couple of days. it I until February 14 and the Miami I day. 23-"ear-old World War II vet t I It was piedM-ted that tli* Preid -. your. figwfes are inlet vow sad

be rerta It waa the same iw-n. j I West Airport ,ge? my would job be a harder for them to B ial' Show from February 14 'lo I fell, at an angle on hi* Ml >leg': !! ..nt will be "nked. over the 1 .nut bo aM b .*..
--- I I..* Angele l '41 it easily.' His remarksn the 21st. An effort will be m"He. after he had leaped into the: air i coals'ail" l the roi/ereme that areav. for saw n .HCcwnmtsUener e5. ......
(j I".uville ,% forget certain so big-nsmc politicians t according to Han.ld Iju bfel>er I| Seek Divorces for 9 ball and broke hi 1..1'':. :southern IV-imx-ratic governors I hfo .............- .
I Eisner QualifiesFor of the Chamber, to attract '
Miami -- __(tsf who fought the war |: manager Companions lifted him into an t will hold, in Tallahassee. I lava 11x.1
,and brass. j | Petitions seeking divorces: were
Minneapolis. n' -,--JMMemphis ( clubs and |I yachtsmen to J Key We.: t. I automobile and took him home. question to. not. .p..NaM ..*
in Washington's night I in the office of
The Florida Greyhound Linl:;. fllesterddY "
: (:ros.ilHlssioIl :. -:. JT for it were'not' !: Within 30 minutes he was back! this tune.
f ere decorated ;i Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Saw- .
hits a large booth s>t the Tampafair .
I New Orleans 6' again. Mayor Adams ... .*>
\ in the
2' "quite printable. I I and in it will be placed the II 1 >er hy Betty L. Roberts against game broken vas PALACE THEATER .. .
had before .. dstknew
New York Bough question w s
... KttMT, wet Wthai under..tond.the !. The leg :
t a e. M .1I l, But the sergeant Key West exhibit The exhibit: i Kermit H. Roberts; by
.: horn .
... .. q".h Hnr'"k He had work- i wooden-he had a spare at type of f n.tioHaa. Stare
I served w e1.1 City !?' cost: : of wars. \; will consist f.f six photo mural.';. i! Mirth: against: Charles: Mirth and i CHARLES STARRETT ia ele. and .rb.4.lstie1. Ilan 409rant .
fwd a. a .nd".1 _(l it out for himself. The hero- ; showing various views of thc I I bv Iva Dill Collier against John
Omaha : "Six (;lrN LAWN to Mow an. OM* t. tasV
at arprt
H.. tN .'ity OMiNne sl' .f\\: "s? The sergeant said they were city. The same exhibit will hr r! M. Collier.America's. 1 witl.. .....
.'C"b21 : p/.s
he hrkt News and Shorts honey
: ,""i'sl the to ......, ,....s.'I Roanoke '2'';; ill\ around him. not the fellows I shown at the Miami Boat Show.PORSAEE' I NOTICEUsers There .. n. ...,... hi*.. mWe 111 a
M who used the war as a'
_t Heath of W W. SI. l lams ,11) t -- .t nw* Mattitud *.... w1.... a'\I
... y1. he recent :I San Francisco :-31 money making:: opportunity 42 of Gas for Domesticor ---I --a.e b1. .........
agreed with the i Plymouth MOTOROLA\ r
-It. J -2. cither. He t Industrial arc ... T k"Whal'.binlt
,. .tsf7. I.w thrGARDNER'S San Antonio Purposes Contra W A *
TM f r.l u words of W. James that.The Club Coupe .
2i: with .
.. Seattle 1 AUTO RADIORoy's communicate IIVMIIto oaimi. r
far oils" emnlnWI'41. f wa.4IriIl great use of life is to 41 DODGE. 4-DOOR Finest invited to BRADY'SLIVE .

rat F.. r. ftot etta. tanner city',Tall<.hawce' Sf 64<, spend it for something that out- Both Cars Include Radios i i Key West Auto Part city officials by phoning .local r m ra.*"thavr .
w. e
Tampa bills for CnlniMaei P"il e
elerttki+a lasts it" Opposite 121 Duval St. Phone 442iAUL's number 802 if their ( ) Poultry & Egg Market ,
Washington 2ti( NAVARRO, Inc Bus Station t January seem unreasonablyhiqh. i iI hnm.-- t-> .'!.*. f iContinued -...*
( On Page
I; .Honda Grade 'AA' Medico
1.t hkwalat.Iwp .r r1nIrtSatrl1trNS .: a. _..... nra.l l..rsr 1'. .. Low Cost Steel! and Information is desired as : EGIS; .Iu& (13e
Build New Concrete HOMES I I ------- well
II s...A .W Ua.r rN TWINS GARAGE i to meter readings as a3 I Florida Grade 'A' GRADE AA WES1EHSTEAKS: '
.... .. \ and the
.r.-4. CATHEDRAL (:ORP. Son'sLANDSCAPING the funds involved
PHARMACY IIS | .'"l ssr..4 .. I'I Cowboy & Dressed and DrawnFRYKHS
Office No. 10. Lord's Beach Court amounts paid in previous I
1111.. ...... .... c. Vanisph. I Auto Repairs, Painting, 621 South"SU Cor. Elizabeth months. : mul Suft.Ikmr

ITT fr.. DtliveryMOTORTUNEUP I dory and Fender Work OPEN EVENINGS I CLUBOn Any users whose bills remained .
......1A.... hr. far All Tim the Boulevard by the Airport the ROASTKRS
I TREE REMOVAL Rua tinp IIHISS Tka WafWs Ftneitrotted.

..................: and SURGERY DANCETONIGHT same or lower also than invited previous to I' Q a,.... I
OLD CRAIG I months are Our Poultry Is Received ALIVE
POOR Rich. Black Soil or Sand communicate with city offi
I PL PLYWOOD{ SERVICE STATION by Sack or Cubic Yard I cials. and Dressed Daily WEAVER'SSTOCK '

-.e-- .AY.. IeA--- Division at Francis Phone 9134
(Phone 503-R \ To the MUSIC of Siqned: 1214 WHITE STREET
I.halth Ap' Service RALPH D. SPALDING !' I IMAM I"I
LUMBER YARI BATTERIES Address: 1217 Knowles Lane John Pritchard and His Orchestra
.....0s.. at "....Army.. N.Battacbwvwww. '..... 1" TELEPHONE' 111 Charged Quick War-No Waiting I JOHN B, WATSON. Mgr. j J I PHONE 9287 or 1135-1 City Manager. PHONE 540 Ah ......i...4

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MORE AND MORE \ .." """...." """A A."&.t, Your *r B IJJOTMllr win -
; .wt1lj LEGALS LEGALS Horoscope
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$ Wr.t ffiitfentn ., i Kev West !I.
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-* 'z f :. *" Radio 1
A Xj. i| Ji.- ; ,\ Programs FRIDAY FEBRUARY .. IMa
Pt tk4 s a r Eaagl afhda, 1ri when the )|v THK cmriir COURT OF'THB IV THE. CIKCVrr COVHT. OF TH. *
J_ LS AM11Af..w: Ma hM1aM0atillrA ; Up in CadilIacfMichigan: r Kt-RVENTH; JlimiAL 'IRrl'.T F.I.K} K\TH. JL" iC1AL rinrt ITOF ,-With a proper treinin this day ,

.. a RtMaa, "'='.raaase1'Iaf '37 belo.x hero: and as ii a a or THF. IITATE; or. FI.ORIII. THK 'IITATE OF FLORID 1 will turn out t'.powerful B tur.5 f Days Gwic hAS
registered .. -
l'tttaew nercury. IV AND FOil MONItOB fOt'NTl.: IN A0 WIN WOMIOI, 1'111'can. \- i
s A/b1 QreeM farA fe atraaa drowsing t IN 1 THtNCERt.rame ". Tt. CH4NCKRI.-. well centered' ln'it action and
down in West with the mercury
Key .. ..nd
11-3W views. II the n
aa. NETWORK PROGRAMS \* 11nOnEnT'H. -:" with
..: tart Dash I+K pa..q nIt 1[1r MtYtxuae in the 70's above zero. is the Time Is eastern standard,rare**. YOUANDA RAYS I'IaintitL1YJiLIAIE.GiA.Y2i1J0.RAY PBNTIN1- '. JUt al should become perverted h *- :. lflttl11? PISIM.

trar standard subtract one haar f ermevntain 1 v.10. .. -; >I 'OI CH riatnlKTn._ '. ?{ SI IT TOt the impulses will lead ... f..l J .
11.114 .. ..... a claw wtt.rt ence of a Key Nester Who returned experi-I standard subtree twe'! .| IKT TITLKTR ever ...
rrarb -
ttAard M ah heurs. 'SfMi a iaeaT'Ftitio2i'tlttd6: ; liefendant.OHDRR ._ t .Te.a&._.. lanJ. extreme: TICTOMSTW**, fN d twMy/ ;
few days as told in The hour ef relay, to fit local sckattsles.. FrwH Ttrletl'Iid.1A31 heuMendeavor
: At..n4Tr.1' ntcaf.d ago, OF BI.K'ATION' to deliberate lust Parents .. Yl1.. 1
f rRtIKR N Y110 Last minute prteram cdangta ilo t I PATTOM, not known
taar.atN Mrua wdldlrp.ltb.atehdlted: terday. wet h Included, TO: \MLLIAM CHANN'lXtJ RAY.17S7 to lx dead or ulivr. ft al.I \U train and -direct' rtiechild's ..e
: ; a/ all .. Park Avenoe.Raitimore C'tteAt t A ...IIatllglall 'n 111r
Ia1 hla.iwrlM >*frnilantOTIIKTO*
N'M N N M ......... r rM..... .. lain sad. She spoke of'her> delight in being }back 17.llaryland.Ynn 1 \ 'PPnllIN mind into proper -.'.-.. .. T nO'
tea Iba Meal .... pItIN. .... herw % FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6 are hereby required to appear TlIK NAMK OK Tilt: CT.1TI: nel... until it bccf''neft .**e .*.. .. -- r -x.. .
in the balmy air and-sunshine apdndded'that ( to the Bill for Divorce filed againxtyo uF FLORIDA.TO -
1 '. chulnr tor itself. ,;
Iota/P'r1efl/lAtrf' In the ahove ptyled onor r
at .. -
t"f.. .. .- .+ 111.11r of Key West take: their Rrno before the 2nd day .f March WIUUAM PATTOX. not known kt
the'people .
1.11Ng .( -N>w U ill*.-ok* : I ..... It .er1Ma4tfL
otherwise the
ilI(7 allegatNnn
A. *
Wang __ L' deal alivr, I
i1l br
Mcwccait .r
-- L )0.1'7; Day-eta
..... ....... -..'----- a.. agreeable weather for granted Network Si tent Hona contained therein will'" taken LEGALS ba 1.rll --.........
.- ...... ---- :.z. Kkldien Hour CnpeaUbe-w..' all rnnfepned. The fnknewn Fpnrse at Ibrr.M t ,. ...
I ...... --- -_ 'But tourists, generally .are apprecia- .Network/ Silcftt 41 hr.)-int.-.aat Done and ordered at Kev Wet. William Patton., If .. (,, IYIO/rP aW TNT aalllNa't.: .. rw -.
: 1.41. Hour Florida, tAls" nth day of January.A. 1\ Tilt IIRCI IT .
: (repeat)-mb-w MtIi15 allvp and married. ,
M4T1>:a t pleasant weather and thousands of it. ms. tLIF.'T"- Jt nN911 1''T
...aaTI..tI iye.of. I a.
-!Sport-! atllale I TIm nta aT1tt: IIF 1'LatMlNIt trtpt 1
..... k.- AaNkatla (Circuit OourtSeal ll. C )J.nOf'A1. hot kn.... l. n. TIIH i
: them are coming to ,know that the warmest United NattoM Reporteb.1:30'Ttago IJ Ro!"" C Sawyer4T1erk I to he dean: or alive. ;A\11 IWN t/tltiN"Il ..I 'TL.1'ra. __ .

.. ....,.. ar atvllllatr...-- _.l1eTlclr.. etbak... ,taelulNMea city in the United States in the winter tm &: Abner Orchestra repeat--ctw-eaH tw tot ', Ry: (Mil Alice tvf H.Circuit!,:, ( Thet'nfcnnwn Sponw .f the t n nn .:J& tw1_ta1 i I: t litielt a-ta .NIr C briq

I .All....>.... ........ IM.aI.. ',45-Newscast by Three-nbe r epnty ''. '"nnrt'l ...3M M. 1:. Montei-al. If he )IF IIltJln.wn''mnT" I I a..w If .. ,"", II ....... ...
N ly.. N 1Aa11 .. &; ig Key WehttHeietofore; Lowed Thomas repeat II) ct* KXRIQrE ESQtlXALDO. JR, live and marrieil. ai. "
1Nr1..d @M ell.Ft' ... Attorney for l'laIA.Uf.ja"SOf.13. PU n ..... ... .., C"..+. ..
7AO-Suprwr Club Daalo
tgaipinw .tt.I.\\"IIIR"KR.
aMeaaaN .... lack of publicity held Key : -: F:111IA ... ... rtlali.rl
S. ;
.BMtI .. v-J-ir. The BeuUh Show-cbs: l HANNAH A. HOWE, >.t kn* nto 1r.fehYet. .
.. /adtaa "*- News and Commentary&b. he dead fcralive; ..
TI.tla.a rjrrJr .1 of total arMN.eal Nest back as a winter resort, but Presi Fulton Lewis Jr.-mbsi1S ORIIF.R orTO P' NI e. 111 -

i! ....... tV.JtXVr.Tw'w... aaeaaaaNararrMilr..a. / -: Xews and Comment m THK r.nn'lT f'O.'nT OF THKKMrKTH The 1'nknnwa Fpnase fir Ifce MVnr.e., ,... ,...... .... 04 ..., ...
/ ,.
dent Truman's three trips here has brought JtUilltt 1'Inr11TOF }tr.rf. |. .. K.
lark Smith and Son*-cts) THR' TTK OF FIORIItA.IV Mid llanuan A. llo..'e. If rAe I* 'tiry_. ('ur. ft. CYo .... ... a alra rla e...a rNtf

I ---- the city to the attention of millions of Daily hews/: :Cnmm."tary-a1le Dinner t> te-mba .*VU FOR O\HOR ('Or\TY. alive and inarrled; are "H.A y ....l.lre>< t.flt04 w ......... t llalllIttt

Americans ideal 7:30-The Hous Party-tbo IV 1'HA'RNY.wiLL1AM JrL1AVALL IIOWR.known wt pear Ithe lltll...fwrafro. ... ....
t climate.
WEST as possessing an ('._ >.. 1I-23O ir. .i..M y_ A. !
...noYtM MT>j rom )m Bob Crosby's Club-cbs C. HKAIW, to h. dead or allv; ra._ .... .... A.fwn. Ib...411M dp. ofall.aallnna 'ftw. r..... ........ ...
.. Probably the.'President's. last visit helped Lon. ttanavr Drama-aba ..'..,..,,.. A. I". !....
ABYOCATTD BY THE: CXT1XEJI Henry J. Takmr.bstItrKaltenDorn PlaintIff The Unknown f'pn..r the contat I..e.. t....rl.e '....rl .rN ...wlw ttflirl rtfiR itlM ...
-A ar Key West more than either- of the other Comment-nb. HKLK.X Y"* RITA HKALT. uitoncr old Julia Wall Howe. If rAe i taken as rnLM e* ....1 OlIae1R .... rt1a1 >MlrMt ..

/. ..*r. IloUU and: AptrtroenU.X. two or both combined, .for it was, during Fa Spoil:: Harrow i Comment N.t-rob' OF HI.IC-ATIO\I wfendant.ORIIFJt alive amt married.;. not kno n \Veot.|MK.,..ANI...... tiltllinKI IhNi. !-... *at.. Ke*.iJrnun. I'1 ...... r .ellllg a Iw pB1

.. 1.00-Pant La valto Melody nb LOt'ISA t'n I A. Ik.'Irrwll diirlliwA !Merlitf'f
ravllioa. '
. BMrikd B+tAiBf his i last stay that he spoke of Key West as Fanny lk'.... Comedy-cba TO:ADOl'It'R HKLKN RITA TO HF APPK4H SLY. to he alive. ._rtva" n-. .. ....,..
Sea Fat :Man
f. AkporU-Land and hw "LittleVhite House:' Hurl Ices l'@tectlyabe Recorded-mba 4 Althea Place The t'nknown 8 on..e of the : Clerk: .f .'1"'" .'_,e w.e ....... r"aM.. ..
Countand "\>Ktvrly. Rhodr Inland.Too H. Howe. If ehe In
Mid inaira
totlA.t" The reason for that designation is Key slfc-Alan Dale Club-mbs arr hrrrhjr rr jnlre
CAT. Govtnuaeata.I. 8.30 Can Ton Top TD1rnDenanny the nwnrti Kill of Complaint i WILLIAM V. .4I.HTHVAttorney l9Mtli1R. tit ..... "M' _

I Ca CammiialtjAuditorium.. I Vest's excellent climate. Inferentially, the This is Thomas F.B- Drama Show__bn boIvave fi1M can aKalMut**, nn or TIn before above* 18th. Ftatrd day- KUWARD not known to CHARI.KS he dead or IIOTVK.alive.. 1 for 1'laA.Uff.I ja.IC-Z1. ;........,.. y ......0I -.. ...... 4'fttll.tMw

1 e millions who read about the "Little White It to Girls Guest-mt. of March. A. PJ 1tU; oth.rwlKr the I '"' .i'i' J1 1
8.5S-Five: Minutes( News-cbs al1egatlonii:: IIf MM Rill will be taken The Unknown SnoM,.* fir the I
louse" know that the President thus referred Eilly Rok Comm.nt-mbs an ....nfp"fie I 9.00: -People Are Funny-nbc 1X/\K and >RI>KRKI: > at Fey he i* alive and married.ALRKRT : .'\ Tilt: 01T ji ....." 1' MI ""'. MIL tatlatl/r __ rIRlMA ..

MONOGRAPH to Key West because he had theopportunity Morran-Ameche-Lanirford-<*. \\>-t. Florida, Ihix :,t h day of MOHOR'u11T1.. TTr: ..Y'I, tllwhr. ....'..... .
I Itreak tbe Uank-abc January A. l>. UI!!. A. HOWE not known FLOHI)11.Prtale '
.. e while here, of going aboutin Gabriel Ileatter Comment-mb. seal > Ilos C bwy.r j I lo he dad or alive: wf1.11YIFXCF 1n.uNR w MMllf ., 111I

.. -T. tW People' of Krr.t.. his shirt sleeves and going fishing and I ':1V-News Broadcast-mba rirrk Monroe of the C'ountv.Orouit Florida.fourt. The lnknn.'Ipnu!' of the : 81Yk1d1'1'TA. tI.--+ ..... 1f.aMMfl a1M tr11a111rh

: t:3C-Lvman Waits Time -nbOzzie Kathleen raM Albert A. Hour. If be I a.. Slate .f Ft rt4a. M AHlittere rw-
Hy Noltase
Ir.r Folk-: in swimming. Tbe and Harriet Hrama-cbs nbc epnty Clerk. alive. and married.AMELIA ..lrd In Ike Kirtate -* astM. I a1Rll1 )..... t11N. I1N9 .... 'i

TAe Mil drive U the Community While :Miami\ :Miami\ Beach and other lorormattoa SbfTiff. Pleacc--mbs TOM IX T\-for.\TKIVS.Allortify Plaintiff.!;;. ANX IIOWR, .......- 1t.rea.a1'or are/ kereh, eMblirted lisa* ',; tea. ash. Jr11N, a1f 9- 1 1ltlle .

.e Itrh' followed shortly by the !9:55-F're I ( -lllnale Sports abo JanQfehi2! :-: ..194S.IN times tlenorihe a" AI JoI.IA rlteew I: la inii .f i grpnrtlat aLe /j ...... Jilt aaM fir.INN ..
n..t e, east coast cities in Florida are cbmplain- 10.00-The Mystery TII'atre-Jlhc ANN HOVKV, not known tmb the Ij-t Will sad Teetan e>. d I
; them In mind ; It 1'avs to Ue 1Faonnt-tbr dead or stir.. raid, dee.d.aMr _beta ......... i.Maa .....wwNaw1f4 __ it
: RnI Cm*' Ilrire. Keep ng about the lack of tourist business, Key IVjxini & Sports Miow-a be ... 1-'.... a. _... _It. rAtU tiM Myttrw. M
upnort. Meet the Press Inteniewa-mDI The Unknown Spouve ..f the 1'rr .r. ...,.... r..N/.weirrl
worthy of your .. lM I.1N..AfA
1. ,t.Wy- .iWli. are Vest> is taxed to provide accommodations 10.30-Hill Stern Sports Spot-nbc K1.K\KNTII: II ulr.% FI.4IHIIIN 'IR'T>,. aid: Amelia Ann II.-f'! ..ometimej within six ralevMiarthe IaurIaerr i1NatIaNM
ORACLE : !* .l.."..rlla a*" Am.llan" rtjl ..f the fHltai poblkattww 04
THE Spike Jones :OI1O.cbsT ., .
who wishes
to here.
everybody .. .
stay the I alive and mar n llee to apsvar Kwh -.w r\wot
Beneke Band-mbs ltoPY.If *
I ( H'N'( KlfJ. ried.JANIR: ..... "... ....-. .. ..., .... ._. K tlfal. Alt, Chi
From now on our accommodations will 10.45: -Pro and Con T.lks-nbc 1'aaew.. 11-245JOHV ) the >...|... of -*... r+wrrl lit MI"fOI" a tlllll/fM Ilt J >r'faA' 1.r. 1.I

.-fOL 11.-00-New-s ft Variety 2 bn.-nbc II. IlKPFORIt. f*. MOI.Mnrt, not known admlttlaaaM W'' -... ..... JsJsWsssl sssfe
(fens st .
DELAYED continue to increase and more and more Newsariety, l ance 2 b.b. Plaintiff.CIKRTRrDK to he dfad or alive.: xM.atd and Tuna : *!*
CENT New* and Dance Hour-nbcNews. YII. nn'cnrF .:. .. RAYalrlAn K IJrtlr.1lwarw. af11A11 .......
tourists will come to Key V est. Dance B3ndmb.. II. HRr,FORI>. The I'n known !Spouye;; of the .......,,. J..... -
12:CO-Dantlns ContlauedatrwestSaturday : ; I Defendant.OliDKIt raid Jarle ('. Holmem. if rAe I* ......,... FI..Rk1ajan:3 .
1'rot.alot Aef-'te Plceard. who took Gertrude OF If.PI'R.1'ATIOTt1 Hertford, \ alive and married; : .:Sa. .....-U.It.. "'- .... II
: flt941a1yp........ .... 4'
What has become of the myth that 1:7 Park Avenue.Kaxt ,
a kttkMMi teta the Jtra o*|>h.r* fifteen yearsars orange. X. J. JOR TIiOP.JACk9n.. :-'. not IN THK f'INt"I IT MT MIr TNR ..!' ...... ... *>> !.!...
belong to the weaker ? SummaryTime You to known to l I.e l r alive .:'.1-:% ':'TII JIIIMML I IN I IfF
hU projected 14.000dlv women sex are hereby required. appear 9iAl.u ,..... .* .* ..
6as called off is eastern standard.! For to the Kill for lvorce l filed .. TlIK *T,fe: (IF 1'IOHIH. .
Gulf of central standard subtract .... hour .l) aln"tnn In the aho\e rty1M The I'nknown Spo of he IN' ""'It ,'ON 1u\M4.r: ft' Nt,. 11M11e.-
Hart Ulnw ..a levrl in the UNTOUCHABLESThe for mountain' standard two '"ur.. sure on or l>ef rr tile 23rd day Bald Joe Thorn .Jarkrrrn If b.- 1111\I'Y.M1.. -- -
of February' A. ir. I"I. otherwise ix alUe and married 1 avw 11 su
; (j.l/lea. the allegation contained therein I TH..V Cttl'1t'ilYlkt.lrllra'LF .\ TT t'Irw+a sal It.l.aittrl .
FEBRUARY 7 will Ire taken confe..oed.r nnoAn:: M. L.Ir.ARI'1 andFANNY :S Irr.N. ........" !
,II The Profeiwor exrlain a ship. argument between the >OXB AM hPnPRn at hey II. I.AZ4ltr:*. hl. wife. ; ,,.. i.i4 MiKor ] .... --lttlrl WI.......

.k4vli. 'M Iklfiaa Covemment placed! at representatives Morning We t. Fl;.cida, Ibis .:red day 1 of I not known to he dead ..r alive. .\..fX )f"-S'w'S. .+. ae111 rINIt1A IAlw rfa1'Mt1 ..
.. of Pakistan and India before the 1:00-1Te: Story Shop-nbc January A. P. IMS. rf .fwN'N' II
ALAS M nnfF.anoJ: at1Mat1
1 riwin TIWT >
ttvr dtp. .,Ml' of th. x|>edition. wax delayedVr Security Council of the United Nations has 9:15-To Songs lie Annouoced-aba For Tou-ibs ... Circuit Seal Court) Rwrs!" C Sawyer 1C C1HF.Air: ..If.. n.t CtHln."lei MIMS ...,-..... % WIN Waala ar p11 .. f

atcUent and by trike and that the :3O-Coft'. With CongressnDc10:00Prank Clerk of Circuit 4'ourt- known to l Ire drad or alive 1'.!_... ..... tltitMt. Ira 1q1 ..... .. IraM. tt1'era1a1Nr1 ..
set a record for lone sueakinir. Ry C..d Florence Sawyer, |tmnx ". <>ef U
'N tornado seaton in the Gulf of ilcrrtwell hepatYr'Rrk. PoIJ\\\p.n H. rn.-\Is. .n'" rknwwn 1..r are appear "- ....M/.
!tat of The Foreign Minister of Pakistan U. & Navy O Land--abc '.. WILLIAM V, .\LRrRY. to be dead err all.; |o the h.nAOwljiMt f..; ,, Tw ......R ..... Nr _
iliaiRea mad (it impovible to proceed 18:30. -Archie Andrews Prsro\-nbo Attorney for Plaintiff. flitorre' filed, ....... taw bal <..
area poke to the Council for five and a half Mary Lee Taylors Talk-....s n3.f": rAIl7.1tiR, 'Th.. Unknown Spoo_ of the. >ove entitled Naw "r..r.e" rM Isl -eo'' ....... ...*>.V IKY
4tl.A dU decent. Into theea.. Piano "layhou"e-abc '-:0.: ; said, Kdward II. ('raln. If he da> s f Fehrvarir. A.ft ale trt"sf
.' alive a"d married. ... .
hours and was followed by the Indian Ozark Valley mbs wire Ibe ..lkM ii >f .aNMh
that the :NOTICK TO CRKUITOR will IM taken .. ....,.___4.TK --
In tier of /the fact } present! H00-JIe t the kleeks nbo *
delegate who spoke for four hours and News: Let' Pr.tend-d, (1933: : ProhattArU Secx. Ill. 1ZQ AU Unknown llrlm.. Hevlneellliani r.rrantrer tb. I.a..,. W J.". .. ..
drv4. word U 2.071 feet held by Prof. Abbott .. Coctcllo-abo IN Tilt <'01 IIT OF TIFF, : ('III'>'TV* : .'...i........ Irrwora'rediUrr A. I 1 l4I4lrrtilt '
r fifteen minutes, to set one-day record. Jl IM.R.: MONHOK" l'ttl' 'NT ) Trarteer of fwr veld fVtirtX >1lttlhtea f1aTNa1+MK1111Nit ....
iVWUai Beeb of thU country, the 14.000- I 1ts30-Smlllnp. Dramatic Ed lIconnellaDoEscape. Kbs ." .OHIU.%. IN' 1'HOR'Tt:' \\' Patton. M. F. M rdeoai. X.. !| ROM f Nrwnl'Lrk ftlyil. IW1a
Meanwhile from New Delhi, India, 0 land of the I..cst-abe In re. Kxtate. of Hannah A. Howe. JtlU, ,.f tAr .lr> J'I t'.> ,.rftv <
.; |4M| >r-.l of ProfeaAor Pirrard, wan not an i ::ay It \\ .h Music--rcb. LAWRKNCR 1i.\\FTDU1.. '.. Wall )lover. Loni i..a .\. llo.P.Jd..rd Alb II ttalg.4 tF. e x01/ t
comes the news that the Hindu Government jArtemeen ",*. l e -eaxed.To CAayler Howe, Alfcert !1'1.1131 rr.xit. ..... ..U. .
aildtrtttfiat. t. b* rtared without cnrefulRgil4 All Cre.litorx and Pawns Havtntc A. Ho... Amelia Ann Howe.ometluira tIool..h.or for |t l.trrrJau'w .
has decreed equal rights for untouchablesin : Claim.or emandx Afrain derribM a*. Amelia .1)1'1.1< i ; ...!_
12.00-Theater of Todav cb -
ration of all the factors involved.U'iWtR : Said Kxtate.: Ann Hove, Janlellolmex l'
Junior Joinction-abc TIlE: CHarry \... ...>
a small province in Rejputana. Discrim- Yon and each of yow are herebynotified Joe Thorn "Jarkrrrn .,, *
.. ...r 'M decent would add much to 12:0-Tne Home Proffram/ -n*>c and required to present ":fllCar M. Utxarua and FannyII.
ination against untouchables becomes Mars Over Iloll>wood-cLaAmerkan : ... hm wire Alan M.
: a any clalmx and demand which sawn Your Croctr Srt.T.S: SAtt Qee.j. MHMwtk .
I Mm 1l .wIN,. of the worltl cannot he anw.tfd Farmer--abc you. or either of you may have.aKainxt t'ohen and Poliaa1..lh l'. foren.Mn .
penal offence and the class of untouchables Pro Arte (luartetmDs1:00Farm the estate. of LawrenceSwectlnir. wlf-. and kdward II .'r."...
natil tINt Irofrimor makes hide, : and Home-nbc 1419 Petronia M, Key if any of the aid indirfdaalr STAR BRANDAMERICAN V. L !N 1F..y K4 I
i is given "legal access to any river Grand Central Drama cbs "'P! :. ..... probably! t-mnetime in the latter parted Luncheon Kroadcast-abo said County, to the Count v Judgeof at a.MM ..!
well water tap, bathing place cremation Luncheon lnterri.wsn.bs1:30Tn Monroe County. Florida at hi- .ill nvrxonn havlnif ..r elaimlnK COFFEE
tiU. ,..,. Be .Announced-nbct'ounty office in the court house of said any In'.rert. In the follnnlntctlenrrih and CUBAN P1441l1M Haw 1M1M
ground hospital, dispensary, educational Fair 4)ur Town l'f'akal.c -Trr A Pound MieeaI x. P1tt1W
eight calendar month" from the and Acing In Monroe %> nf)
TOO SLOW institution, or place of public amusementor Symphonies for TOUtAmbs1:15ewa time of the first publication of tbH.. Stale f.f Florida, 1'-",,: ..
of Overseas-.bc notice Rach claim or demand. --- -- sTIIF
entertainment. 2.00-Music for Moment-nbo Fliall he in writing. and Khali stale Ix>t one (II ;raF.!"y Ke<'.
In addition untouchables will be (live and Take Quiz-cbs the place. of re"idrnce and post office Swlion Thirt) C-I.: > Township -
"ta" -I-r llaruld' E:. Stamen kicks up a entitled Metropolitan Open 1 hrs.ab! adilrexx!" of the claimant, and .Sixty-five. .*i it. Itanitr
2w0-Yeterans nhc xhall he xworn to hy the claimant. Thirty-four t:4: "Kurt an r. -
Hindu and B-
to enter NOTICE
.U .f row,, llut in the opinion of Capitol any The Country Journal_bt his agent or hire attorney and anyrorh ...rd..1 m lfc.ok \\'. al Parr...
.. in the same manner and to the same Guest. Uund Show-nib* '. claim or demand not xo filed fill-II. of the I'ul.lHl l: -
HM. ., )Ir. ftlaAtn cannot !he refrardeil. asa 3OO-Ohutrnll of Nation-nba hall he void ord of Monroe. County.. FHn-
JAM KM WILLIAM 11ASK1 S. Ida. alrw ed asiovernment >:
ef.a I Uck htrM. candidate fur the extent as Hindus in general Ta Overseas Ue Announced lieporV--cbs mbs As evecntor of the Tjixtill A andTertamenl lx.t One. 4 IK ..n JNMfbhRIr. : .L. Iki..litr MIM I'1Kl1" 1NM

It is difficult to understand exactlythe of I..iwrence Hweetinpt. the bland of Cr f>H> Ke..
wR ..plWkta aanlnatitln. S:1i-Science A4"enhnecb.: ;. deceaxed Section Thirtv, Uort. T......iFhip rloM+ II l IIP na ipili .1 at K a///.. I a11a1.
I manner in which India's sixty million 3:30-'rocs Section U. S. A.-cbs<<: 1an33: ;::drent-13,191x) : S-Tt,-ft>f tail: S"utti.Ranpe tn.rrp. .p.ll/
Then therv &U )Ir Wallace whom we Macal"5ler bingers-mbs : Thirt\-fonr ,2" Krt.containing : .
6 lail llirt ii:1i Frl 1. 1'1111 I .....l..rto
( ..
untouchable.:" have been the victims of the 4.-OO-Doctors: Today-nbe4uest IN Tilt rinri'IT roi tiT or T...: twenteipht. .?> raarr I p.m. > : riH r* .
calf tU4fy a* tho man who cuts nn figure Band Stand-cbs: tnore or !I.*".
1 hereditary curse which, it i is held, passesto Hospitality Club-mbs F..t Tilt:"TII!TTK J1111'lll.: 4>r KI.OIIIII 4IK4IITOF .I I Together with any and all l niakr. riiirntriiry rrwir| ..
b..a.o. iiWr t U no probability that he will 4.30-First Piano Quartet-nbttSt IN .'NI FOH MON.ROR ('II NTt. r'i'P.:: : rirht th -rrwnrw I
their children and their children's chil- Louis, liatlneecDaHone or in solve}>e
:. fH a a*.*? tear (rum any source. lie i ito 1It! I'.ace.: Dance-rats 1'111\I'IHI'fa_ ,.. 11.232 appertaining.Jovernment. STATE ROAD POA T>4BHT tlf' ftA"....

.. wNdasllr. injr ground.TK dren. 4-00-Philadelphia Tomlinxon Comment Orchestra-Hourwtbs nbc TILLIK 1MNTOHHK. KOI Plaintiff p. ASH: I J. M.Overseas. w....., IN...._ .........

Robert Trumbull, New York Times Tea and \."rumpetabcTo V*. UI\'UU'R
the Pres..
real Republican for
race .
lint Twe III.ctlnl.
Announced-mbs .
: ItOYP.Itefend
.lL'LIO.nIQt.Po: .
..... ..1 .....J....... *4.nd. at the .prenentHat correspondent, says there are still schoolsin S:15-bwanee Ricer Coys-nb4 "ntOHIIKII >..- > >.t. T.....wnvhlf .'h.- > ,,> .

Hindu India where untouchable :30-L. Herman Quartet-nbo OF rl'nUC"TIO'TO > -
pupilssit nan e Thirtv-fonr (111 rla lrnntaininK
about. &4K&J: between Taft and Dewey True or halve wuiz-ml>s Sixtr'flve" Itarrer. .t I

outride; the classroom; and write their 8:4i-The Klnr Cole Trio-n hoefklr Julio Enrique liordRcxiden more or le..nTogether .
-aa.|either. vela. of thuM men will he sutMo \\" Commentary-a bo *e t'nknown.It with. any an l *llrlparirn orlalionCompan
lessons in dirt at their feet. They are not i*" hereby ordered that -von ..r.rPfJlllr.eI thereuntohelonfrina Transj> )
.. ISth rmhtu
.l.ry t. tKe n".MlMIc.n'ot,1'1'. t altos nn she i.iyof
wl A
.1 ; or In an) appertaining -
Fel.ruar 194X.!! before the
allowed to have paper or slates and in'' TODAY'S > there
.lmW. .Rt Truman seems to be about above entitled court to the Kill of rxrvptinir
such schools the caste Hindu teacher disciplines i ANNIVERSARIESKnow Complaint' filed aKaint' yon in the I from the' 1. .nt convened; l.y.;Jf I Inc.
vernal ;
,. .. dally tuciVal" candidate for the Demo- shore entitleil caue and the Key ,
I 1!*::i hi.'h )
untouchable pupils:; by throwinga WeM Citizen I.* herel) dexiirnateda I ,
erne t. ....IMt even ,thouith his populariljr ( America) the newxpaer In which; thi. 4>rricr deed .. rer .r led in. led

.1 cane, against the boy, thus preserving rhall he publirArd purr a ,,"t'.1; I n..k1.. ("' .,.pa. .r Rertd lt..anre -.. Fart l and iii .
...... to .be ,UI. lnw. I 1756-Aaron Burr, Revolutionary for four convecuti\e w'iekjiWitnei.x 'lInl OcolwlI.laMe.1.1 >.Fptr. et h' !

literal untouchability.In soldier, New York lawyer, the Honorable .'')'Iilln.; To are hereby ordered and r..- -Mt.-
Lopez. Jr. ax One of the JudKesof
view of the distance that India U.S. senator 3rd Vice President, (Air Coart and the Seal of tin i 'I II I rood to file :your! Apirraranrr ow
'f WE CANNOTI! historic thtIK| ill.> of >t.Mh. .%. I', I'M, MIAMI\ ndKEY)
tragic figure in American Court in the Pity of Ketfct.. .. WEST
in the al.ore otvledan e nopending
has to travel in
respect to the abolition of history born in Newark N. Monroe Conntr, Florida.) tin. 14th in the Circuit Court ..l tKeKleventh
11 Ala its caste system, it is absurd to think that J. Died Sept. 14, 1838. day ISFALI nf January Uox. .' 3=twyrrClrrk. JlKllrUil Clrrnlt ....r ihv Ala Korvlnff ALL POtHTV G* FtJ' IH&AB RIM
tbo it.pubtican'attonal' Com- State of Florida. In and f r )lonore -
Circuit Courtllnnrwe .. .twt.a Mitusvl isrsi Mall
the Indians in 1806-Henry O'Reilly. Rochester Connli. In Chani-er. wh rtinKoliert Kf
are position to cast C Florida.P.y .
e .Htt. Held rU inWa aspersions unlr. II Jr. and other
pre-convention meeting I'entland 1
,-N. Y., newspaper editor, tele- : All.e H. .l ado.IVpnty ,
Mcct4Ni recently Ston.tnr.illiam upon the democracy pf other peoplesin graph pioneer always advancing Clerk.PAFL are | laintlff* and lh- nh.ce.!..
F. .. named partie and other are -
: SWTKR.Solicitor .
the world. frndant. ind in flefanll ..f ..u< hAppearanie. F.Jrtartia SI'bnlNl.Ne .
K.......... .f California, in "little some cause born in Ireland. Died! : for Plaintiff, I a l>erree ITo CwntrrroIwlll
Aug. 17. 1886. j.ln I fit:8ft'h'.In'OTU't : 1 l.e entered atain'"t ton. Sjirtan ( =tN1 r..

.; .... addr.*l V. tare une |Ui-ocal "rY-1 Superstition never contributes to the 1807-Hiram Sibley promoter- .. war instituted ax' af..riuidfor LEAVES: KEY WfJ TCCPT "F Y

abM11 ,U ,Ik.. fikreiim aid policy of the United financier of early telegraphy, co- TO 4KK: OF'PIM INTR.14'iTIONKOIt 'TMIN ( title the of Pur."p..r the Old plaintiff nuietlnic lo tlx Hiehereinl SUNDAYS) .l .N:I

1 Nlf. unfolding of truth. founder of Western Union, born >-|\.'L UIS ll"lkM t1','Ibf>r 133)IN : : Ordered that thHOriler .
---- (Probate. It i A" further ifht.LEAVES.
POLAR TEMPERATURE at Adams, Mass. Died'July 12, I'01 IIT or THK (' 0.- NTYJl he lul.lI.hP4 on.e a week
land did not go *. .
1888. IM.H. WONItOK ( .I''T'' for four f4t <- .n..PCo'hp weeks in MIAMI "
.tM. th' technical' details 1818 "T'TK OF .'LOHIIl1. IN PHOHtTR. The Key \>'ext Citizen. m uewxpjpvr SUNDAYS 8&T'It. .
of the .program. -William M. Evarts famed ..f general rlr. <,ulation pul.t..,,- ) at .

..* ..M not _fteoitate to : Off the Knox Coast, between Bunger Ne"w York lawyer orator U.S' In r. the Kutale of ed, in :M..rroe '-nan.". Florida.iMiNK aiclht and imtm K.* W.H M ,
ear M4tiveIy
very :
senator born Boston. Died ('. TUI"iX"1.I.tlX"T.: .\M olsUKKtl'' al KetWrxt. 1.00 'eUck A. t.
,**, ".. eMH..4, w* dare not. turn our I Bay and Little America if you know the i AIKO known, axKVTIR Mo'.roe "'..un'). thttClrrwit -
Feb. 28. 1901. : M.\LoVEr.nix: ::nd day nf Jannarr .\. I' lof' Ultra Si'he1i1N//11
1.e. .* .. the tot Of the world.- Ife warned Antarctic Region the Navy reports "one 1833-James E. B. Stuart fam- A>";J'. fvurtSeal
Ro C Sawver (Mop AI AM
To All Whom It flay ComernNotk'e : ) Eaif.MeRalr
taat If w. did. -the. !Iff ht of human free of the most remarkable regions on ed Confederate cavalry leader'I i I. hereby Risen that Ruth 4lerk i.f tht Clrroit. r on". LEAVES KEY WEST Y
born in Virginia. Died from injuries M Pierce. .Administratrix filed her Wanrne: Countv Fiord -.t:
.....i will' to out and some day in the not earth-a comparatively ice-free, unex- received in batle. May 12, final r.IK'rl a" A !mlnl: SUNDAYS .! .
the ....tah. of Catherine Malonev.alxo Ci rkRAYMONi. A. M. tUMl trrt.* N >M.MH| M
vdUant. future, from out of the en!'u- plored area with abundant bird life. 1864. '' known a* Katie; Maloney, .I.- : R. L.ORHSolUltor e-clocb P. M.
1867-Eldridge Reeves John teaxrd. that the has file her petition 1- for Plaintiff .
**S darkneM.. ., would come the knlfe Two ice-breakers anchored in jaIlU-::: :fpb'-':.. '
-thrust the son, founder of The Victor Talking -I for final dixcharge.. and that .1"I LEAVES> MIAMI DSUMDAYS \ ,

ta* alMC to duke us down. area said that the area i- the will appl to the Honorable I ) at t.M: tF41eeY A.!a
was surrounded by Machine, the famed "His Raymond R .l,,>rd. ,oitntv Judge of I i
barren rock hill islands and that Master's Voice" of his day born I Monroe County, Florida on the firm 1BBHH.lHB.1HaHSTRONG -rriges at >Kry w... N lrM
the temp- day of ltarv'h. IS4*. for approval ARM BRAND COITEC s RKI
Illadlap' one's bu-inesj eratures in Wilmington, Del. Died Nov. .>f and for final di,,"harice adminl I
never were comparatively mild.
any 14, 1945. ,\ >tratrlT of the rxtatr ofCatherine TRIUMPH I
MarOiey. alrr" known a"
The news is interesting because it is FREE PICK-UP and DKUVHHYFVLL
Katie ;3lalnaey. Icea >somewhat unexpected The island of Cyprus in the aled fn thl" :5th day. of Fel>rnar1941) \.
General despite the previous Mediterranean, a little larger MILL .1 CAliCO l:\;+t.1tA11ia.: I
Eisenhower i'eb discoveries of the area. Nevertheless than Delaware has been in turn RtTH M PIKRCR. I MAIN omec.. WAfItH@tf1 Oe/. .
.Id. lminitralrix of the ertate at .. .. i hearlf w
NI a hlxh level as an army officer there will be no rush of immigrants to the Phoenician Persian. Egyptian. of Catherine Malonev." afro. PNOnESt ..! AHit .

ta ani.iM.MJit& tnat he Jloman,. Venetian Turkish and known a* KATIK MALoXKY All Grocer* :
&U not a politician.* "remarkable region:'' drrwwd.teD.l13:92,1IF3. ,
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Y Ii..>i..fw.
Chapter 4I shamus cant do for you.I what a I take Fowle- yearsto work off
J. said "t hat's the whole of lawyer can't do for you. what you fifty G's w ith me."
DIXIE cant get done for you eU-.Jig-I Tnat's-your beadicbe.k&n: -
J it Jiffw- It's your show from ger can do'." Dixie put it to him while a dead accounts receivable
v here on. Spring Fowler and the squarely. "There's your. adver becomes' a live one. I want my
r f tits tisement. Is it all a lot of boocyor -
# thoucand'a yours.I ten G's on the line if and when.
can we do business?" "
Take it leave
or it.
What makes think Fowl
you "The advertisement left two
I is innocent things out. Dixie. One-I'm no- Dixie thought a minute. "I'll
tack on just. condition of
Just a hunch. Fowler could body's caUpaw. And two- I never one "mycwn.
Jigger and it's a d make deal the
a until I'know
rebuilt "
but I
ate a brain don'tthink the condition
other fellow's angle
he'd be dumb enough to "Meaning what" "Fowler miutnt knew who
kill because a dame soured on "Meaning that I want to know you're representing. As a matter
him. Where's.the percentage what your interest*in Fowlct Is." of"fact, I want nobody to know-"
I| "It happens Dixie. There are Dixie thought, yielded "Okay. rhIJt
II I 1 I two main classifications of mur- Fowler owes me fifty' G's. Gambling want to be mixed
z II der Murder for profit and murder debts. If ho fries-I'm out upDixie stopped then, said
1 for unrequited love. I that much. The fifty G's la justa angrily "Can't I even lay" down.
I l 1
a IMaybe.. Anyhow the Dela- lot of fancy paper. If be goes cne rule for my money?" ,
corte dame business that Jigger 'ielded."Okay.. fit keep
ran a free-hell pay up sooner or later. )
ta I| just that for Fowler I'm not interested in the case itself your secret." He stuck ha hand
,I wasn't hungry a buck. As or whether Fowler's innocent out. "I'll take that grand now-
1 far as love concerned-Marion or guilty. I'm })ustf.interested for expense You can keep.the
Oelaoorte was just about one old- in stickpin."
1'I time waltz away from an old age my money Dixie handed it over. and withit
home. She was fElt worn-out voice sounded 'sincere and a slip of paper. "Here. When
,. ... looking, with a.face like a butcher THE explanation had all the it's over you can buy yourself a .-
\1't"1r r .NtNcu 4 1 I fleet of cabs.
shop. From the pictures I seen appointments of a legitimate My private number
IS TKC Airy TCOW KO9CL HAT which mr_ tXa* a 1 I of' her I don't see* how Fowler story. At the base, Dixie was a on that slip cf paper. Call me

M fca .... will fetrtduc .In stores could even bring himself to fay business man and his ruling code when 1ou've got something to
*f ib* Mtwot Many ?t t 1 hello to her let alone turn on the report Now his voice veiled justso
hri... p....... h. n.a, N ... I" b.'wr... by *...... fe.a.tfct | heat.' Christ, Fowler has enough and was credits.a simple Justice auditing,was of a vastly debits much menace. "You come high
arty ..... | ... I al r..... ........i sal display : of what-it-takes tofu a twenty- inflated commodity at fifty thou- as-a troub!f-shoeter.' Jigger and
.. ..* .. **. y..*. TV taUea kt a urrowtr brim that room house with glamour girls-" sand dollars. results.rm uillinjf But to pay the rememberone price -for
"But suppose Fowley'is _really just you
act... t/... fa |*... M! crab M te tock. r guilty u charged. What then?"I business Dixie said Jigger briskly?" "Do we do' thing as- we go along. It

Jigger said. I "We could-under.certain-coa-i. might've cost me a grand just to .
--- "l still want him sprung ditions." talk to you-but it won't cost me
"What's your- est'.In FowIcrt" "N SJrte.them." ] more than hundred to have
-1 someone shut your mouthtight.So .-
""One if Fowler' Is ,rfauy Innocent. -
Dixie st nwh.r'i cthat mind jour .p's and q's and
g The I'm'
I \ ,moment. : convinced - with it?'- You-. ,'justggt him I 'Fowler is guilty 'as i icharged"I'n keep remembering that I'm a guyyou
." always want to be Yble'tosnake
sprung.: {.a'_ ,' ,. drop the case." 1 '
: hca the. '...ndbanknote hands with.
Jigger > sti&pin Dixie 'pondered it. "Oteay. Ifthat's ''banknote'
out of.'hU pocket,end. Jigger pocketed'the
how it's'lottabe Anyhow ,
and the
I handed tlicm to Dixie.."No sole, =I told jou it's my hunch Fowler slip of paper.The
Imperial backed of the
Dixe." didn t do ,the killing. 'Anymore out
It A mighty deluge of indignationf'oured.out conditions' and parking square forward., straightened out.
II of the gambler. "Yes. A bigger ante'for me." I The crept
t Jigger asked mildly "What "Isnt a grand enough?" mileage needlejumped to
forty. Dixie leaned .
into the driv-
U '
'L made you think I was the' right '"A grand is two per cent of I cr's booth.
party?* .! fifty thousand Dixie., Standard I "You're
-4'I D.xie looked uncertain. "Ev collection fees begin at twenty a smart baby Jigger.
Maybe ten G's isn't
erybody's .buzzing with< 'Jigger per cent. Dixie began sputtering I to at that." too high a
t Moran's the guy' to-go to when and Jigger concluded.. "If Fow-I price pay
Jigger offered amendment."That'sifI .
I need done. lie's ler's
e you something sprung through my -
got a brain he's got 'drag, he I want a full twenty per cent -or I, he's innocent"spring Fowler. //
1 knows the town like.he x-rayed ten thousand dollars." -
every inch. What* .a private Dixie prctc.tcd. "But it might |T. Ye ..Uoa It
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Daughter ta Bethels

A daughter was born in the
Key. West Municipal Hospital at ,
3.44 o'clock this morning to Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Bethel 610 Wil-
s .:.t liam street. j
-" .- Daughter to Domcnoch j
'.' .,
.. .. .. Mr. and Mrs. l\1anud
!.., "'- ,'- och. $U? Division Domcn-I'
.. nounce the birth of a
i iI at 3:57 p. ro. yesterday .
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Key West Muncipal Hospital

SRIIIf IN f tANCIumt..** U. *i.i... _. eUfw. The baby weighed seven pounds
I .* AIM ..* w*f eft* NtM Misty H tale aM tlttl ..... \ ,1

-- Mrs. Perez To See

(4nrrtit ."/"""''/1' 'oman Killed
SOil Graduated -
A""H"I Kriiitfin7Vi Saw Blade s
Mrs. Grace Perez and daughter,
Occur In May Margaret, of Seminary street,.I
CTtAtGSVILLC. V*. While left last night for Gainesville to
gti.w .ttR A...... ............ I trlpwig her husband operate a'| be present at the graduating exercises
...... yr. W......... Malty 8t 'w.wd.*.. Mr. Vctuo Katherine of the University of Florida -
....: ei...... I. ..... ,..... C m .... .. iS. frU face forward i where Mrs. Perez' son 1 3
....... N...... v.a..i .1.... I IK blade ftf the caw and |Charles Perez is a member of the
.., .... ....... ... l J IU .. ,... ....tMstl, killed. graduating class.sratiiKattl. JJc (
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521 Duval Street Opposite Strand Theater
It Dan St. Key West. Fla.


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Combination ..clerk and AJ *maA New If.few* Mel M.IM.

,Ambitious. Good proawtton. raw end sul I.....
; .. Apply Cabrera's Whotesak wood ..wa awM.wl .....
: .. .. Grocery, Inc. in person. DuftoxyTWO ..... ..-& -
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i ; FEMALE HELP WAKTED .. .. .2' "
"8 ell ..
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< i t'AH AVlrcpbolvj Waitress. Apply Ponce's Bar

',MEN AND CHILDREN in the tiny Tillage of Makkovic. Labrador run toward a %bundle of B-Q. ttb4-its
I ;emergency food and medical supplies dropped to the fishing settlement in a parachute after th* HELP WANTED tali P...a.trM .. i

isolated hamlet's winter food supply was destroyed by fire. Two C-47 planes. ODe American and MALE OR FEMALE ..... ....

Bone.. Canadian flew to the relief of the Tillage. I --Hied wa0it.:

___ .. ___----L-. Full or part-time. Earn $75 weekly. ...., 3Ween
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134-E, Poinciana. between :
U.N. Facts and Faces PHILIPPINE:REPUftUCjzo 2 and $ p.m. :
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't Baby sitters. Two High SchoolCirls.
Good I ( "nces. Phone TWO CVI"'r
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b1ANILA ew ..... ......
.... : h WANTED TO HEHT eels.! and per*.
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About April 1, 4-room house or ITW".R_ "

-l apartment Permanent Phone ....
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IAA- ,\ a os ciosaN 92S7 or write 141 Trcakle SU
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Portsmouth. Virginia.
.Tpen-cgers and Mom and b2.I2\K DVPIJBCWiet .H99Q9b

POP are always at odds about ': Permanent couple desire unfurn 1MMrt .. .....

.. every little thing. Parents can ished one or two bedroom
at.....eim' .
fihd scads of little reasons to houseor first-floor apartment .. t

criticize their offspring and the Phone 56S-J. b$4u six .... ..... ....

kids have plenty of qripes insofar ao as ..... Oi* ..-- .
as .the actions of their; |
parents AP ....'" .........
goes. w..1most 1r
Large rooms in one of Key
nit'l 0w ssrw arrayj ...
'.Pa ents who constantly for. Some 7809 islands the largest 1* tk* picturesque hoe.... Dame I to Mw .... __.
bid their kids to do things usu- Malay Archipelago, make up the 115...I or weekly rates availabtew 00 -

ally have the worst kids how- square miles of the Philippine Republic. Southard St. feM-. i I I HeME slnt.s, .....

ei fer. This probably is because 71iif I Made a Spanish colony after its discovery i t4rw.e isiajw aliir W 41

the kids ocnsider ita l l by Magellan on his globe-circling veyafe, Light housekeeping twins from ..... .....
challenge to prove Mom and. r i 1 ,I I the area became a possession .f the S10 to $15 per week. 411 William -1 r :..::

Pap are wronq and besides .United States ia 1898 and gradually wasgranted Street fefe*'2FOR Ht -

thy are "old-fashioned." On aa increasing degree of self-government until it became 1 I BUYM. .... ........ -9

fhI other hand when the child independent in 1946. With a long coastline dotted with barbers, RENT .... ... -(, -
is:given free rein often she can trade is important to her 18,000OM people. Sugar coconut products, f. e4.e11.0 M aiiilsots .
decide 'the right and wrong tobacco cold and materials from her dense forests are the backbone Furnished cottage couple soil. -

f herself. of the Philippine economy. The Philippine Republic's permanent no pets. Apply Saturday..... arlliFlLka
SPI couple of Extreme instances representative to the United Nations is General Carlos P. R lnuie. ing 1128 Margaivt ." .
.illustrate the 'problem: Her flag has blue and red stripes and a golden sun and three star Phone B40-J. toot-.t :

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r's mother loves to have;a -- .---- -- --- & .. \Ala .

clink, smoke and occasionally TODAY'S IURl'IIUi\'YS. STEEPER CHASE > FOR LEASE. iwg arse w .... wiw+liwt.D...
mikes a complete goop of herself .1"" ferMfe W1V. -WIVW04M .
when Mary's company is (Know America) | ASHlNGTON.-AP-Eddic Lease new furnished ,

do you think Maty Dr. Walt B. Pitkin of Santa Barnes was chasing a thief who lodge on ocean. Phone' JW or CKyT M\tIIIIa
i inBut mother? On the Barbara Calif. noted had snatched a pair of new shoes 067-J. JanS 9- {*, 11M eVHWCI ..
psycholof I1'I under his .. ..
becomes so arm.A .
annoyed gist-author born in Ypsilanti,
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with her mother's antics that Mich., 70 second thief grabbed him aji d FOR SALE : _
years ago.
took $1 item his pocket. ', i4+.s l4tidasiw **
sKe doesn't even like to be Gov. Ernest Gruening of Alaska r
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supplies complete -
around members of her own born in New York 61 yearsago.
j I FOR SALE stock. Plastic tile paints and \ % ....i r-

crowd..;' .,1 ..f who.... 'drink.. or. smoke. Dr. William P. Murphy of Boston -, brushes. Murray's Plumbing. .... ......... =a.-
physician Nobel prize win-i 1946 Ford convertible. Porcelain 1532 N.W. 62nd Street ).I*wag I JuIalwtiw ...... ...

ized tailor-made scat cove Fla. Phone 7-3421. febl-tf r
nero born in Stoughton, Wis.. 561
Complete extras. 1950. .Uer. 44M oe.s .... ..... ...
years ago.
Gov. Millard F. CaldwelL Division and White, between; Folding carriage and bathineHe. I( RMI .. .. ....... ....
of Florida, born in Km. Jr"l 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. feb4-0tx used 8 months. 110.00 Mdt.I I I I ..... ........... ...1.&

Tenn.. 51 years ago. 1604 Washington SU garage i W.A.H. Crtwm.i .
Ex-U.5. Senator Robert M. La I 2.1-ft. Duo house trailer. About apt feM-3lx ---- -

Follette. Jr.. of Wisconsin, one-third new price. Sleeps 'He. Serve Pile ... 5.4
in Madison, Wis.. 53 years born. 1 four. 3535 Avenue D, Poin ci- Sapito's Restaurant for sale. A M i"l< aw wistWAKTS
Prof. Thomas J. Wtrtcnbaker .I ana. fcb6-2tx equipment included. Apply alt s..d .awtaWtia w4I
Whitehead St Jeliwww A ii.artra4
noted Yale historian, born inl trod-6t
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Charlottesville, Va., 69 )" House paint enamel @ $2.75 per
gal. up. Pure white lead in 6iL Baby carriage 1-year ue. Goud :i ) TO->1Tx

ago.James Rives Childs of Lynchburg 50 lb. and 100 lb. cans. :Toys condition. 1024 White St 'i
1 W. Va., U.S. Minister to electric heaters. Doherty & Co, ft'W-! I; I ...... ..... ........ Ist
Saudi Arabia born in Lynchburg 846 Olivia Street corner Pack I 1 i.va4w3r Piwws lift 4
55 years ago. cr. Phone 1597. fcb2-6 Choice lots. zoned for hotels or !1 I ........
Dr. Hugh S. Taylor of Princeton apartments. Block next to Caaa |
University, chemist dean of Man's bicycle overhauled, paint Marina. Phone i9$. lebfi-tr j j REAL MTATBI rH .W-

the Graduate School, born in Eng- ed. Electric stove. Reasonable "
land, 58 years ago. Petritz Mastip Trailer Park. 1935 Plymouth cued tra purta- or any tied WWe .....-. is ..
United St febd-3tx tion. $133. Apply 2003 *., Iw it AnAM' Ktat
I Icr. frh Ft.1'1 I coM.. ='wilit. ....
Though Mary's mother offers More Valentines are sent in
Radiance roses. Freeman's. l Aaa. .
Year than in other Ph.
her a drink occasionally and Leap \ears. Five-room house at 2003 nail .
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would permit her to smoke if Landscaped. Apply within
of the fun .. who read i janl3-tues&fri-6tx
parents I I
she wanted
to do so, Mary has fcM- t NlSal.l.AIfIi8
the kids' maiL ." i
ndd desire to partake of either. 1939 Lincoln I I
Zephyr, club convertible .
She will not even take a holiday It deveolped that the youngsters coupe. Overseas Garage Four-burner table It-p gsa stove w........ yaws. -- gild
drink of wine. really want parents who Stock Island. feb5-3tx in perfect condition 1329 Dun I.1 htM tmP..d. tP 6ebwt .....
Other kids in the group however are interested in the same things can St, Phone 817-R. 1 li4.tits ....

really go to town-especi- their children are interested in. 26' boat 110 Chrysler engine. ftWI -),. I ---
ly when If Johnny wants to know a ;j 1119 Varela St D
they away from home. '
World 'Series he should be NEW STUFF for the little BIG : ;: :;
Sibb whose mother and father score | I Ma i .,, 1
aid tetotalers, drinks and smokes able to ask Pop who won and j Advertising ash trays, 4<4 x 4t.".I SHOTS in your"f'OIoshirts. 1 ed K.I.wtts *..**...
fit'every opportunity. Her get an answer. (Even if Pop is with your name in gold letters. sizes %-18*, blue .\ tr a\. "" ...v .

mother and father not abaseball fan, if he and Pu- Send lOc (stamps or coin) for I grey, green Girl jcraey .IMn".1 arp Si..el. .
; punish her for blouses sizes I. 2. 3. in
sample, John F.
disobeying them and nior are real pals. Pop should Blavka. P.O. T
Sibby just listen to his son enthusiastical Box 1281, Trenton 7, New Jer grey pink yellow. Ltd
gets' angry that they are "such sey. fcb5-6tx I gyms seersucker paiamas. .MM I
old fogeys." ly.) I 3 to 8. Warm-footed
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So what's the solution? They want parents with a I Lady's bicycle. $20.00. New Cues- i I size 1. Children's JiIilR\iI6.I ......... .. ....-.'. =
of humor, who find
Anna W. M. Wolf writing fora sense can I Cola box, $25.00. Show case. I Simonton (next to Sea ........ BI
magzine (Woman's Home time to stop and laugh at small $35.00. Apply 936 Unit ud. fe'b6--t. ....... ,
jokes. .. who accept them as .... .
Companion) asks -What kind of I Phone 1137-J. fcb5-3tx '- -- ...w.w.
parents do children want?" Miss they are without trying to make

Wolf replies that in a town them bookish if they arc me- A complete modern coffee mill I HINTING _

where "grown-up iticism ofyoungsters' chanical or nag them to be party equipment. 1304 Grinnell St. '
behavior had reached mixers when they just aren't Phone 1137-J. fcb5-3tx F

-an all-time high" the Parent- that kind who let them be 7- Ow pdcs. asf tadaMM

Teachers' Association at the tehir age. whom they can be I' Speedboat. Cloud". all mahogany with out .,..... w..t M
school arranged proud of before their friends. 40 m.p.h. Neat andiporly. oil
a meeting so ., % lypM Ot priatofThe Pus
that each side would have its who are nice to look at .who First $1,000 takes it. Q
day in court so that children run a home that is attractive. I Phone 1342. feb3-6tx aie I..", .Nlee

and parents could leach some who arc interested in affairs outside 1947 2;' : latish "y ad..t.
Vagabond trailer.
agreement their own homes and Inquire f ia9. -...
Jay Henn Gulfstrcam Trailer
lies. and
The who rami-I
parents complained about Park. fcbo-3tx
late hours bad manners the nuisance toddler stage and stop I

of the radio and telephoneand over them. House. 1123 Packer St. Call 6:00 Artman --- .--" .
lack of o'clcck Press _
resort ibilty for on premises.

school work. \S; j.m31-12tx aM. and Ama ....."
The kids objected to a "mother -n. .
who's Beautiful hotel site on Garrison Phone 51
a perpetual iceberg. Dad
(You may write Vivian Brown :
Bight 80-ft waterfront. Riparian 't
barging" into the room and turn- in care of this paper about news ."
in1' the radio off lights. Bargain. Write, .
at the..height of _
your own ;an. .
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Wt.LOHDO... tt nra jn. Ar.lirlWer tls_aa1".. 'Abu. I : ?STREETTRAD.E. WHERE TO BUY IT"1 v::."pr: yssi:: "" mis DIRECTORY WIll- DIRECT YOU fc i!

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.. ."....... tfw.. ,.t .......Am.. .hidupg I6katbMe Is Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS 1000 2.ii 'Tt ib Electrical WE REPAIR m! ; ; POOR i LD. iWc..l :
.* M4 n A Ma .A db play wE SELL IT : .
M tt* T-" ..11MTh ........ Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : We Will Oil F
Deliver '
tap tjs... ..4. WHITE STARCLEANERS
; ,. ,h. kwe4 wrn aa.... wM In Electrical Appliances RepairedSMislL : 90 Years'Experience la Electrical Work : : Service Station : .
I...+ rwwwUw .| .... : !! : : J. H. BRADY. Minsper' PHOJ tlMFraada :
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K"'C Uwwg. VI. .. ....... .:....: ,Uca1, 211 Duval Street : : tW DtrWea Sta.t : i'
1h.. .a.4i4. .........* -Iudft ..... ........ : .Marco Mesa. Jr.. Prop. :
i ELECTRIC 701 DUVAL STREET: s Tire Tube .. O4tterie Auto Ae essotlts i
: Uat'A. ""ea/ srt0atr. which TELEPHOHZ> 41 : -
arrtra t. .M* W4 u.. Star .| Ry.sT "l ............................................ 122 SIMONTON STREETDry ,, Your PURE OIL end GASOLINE DvfrT .
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V***.' ... tevettr* atftord 8U\*{ =: 1m D ff4f.. .IOxsT., NEAR COR.WHITE ST.K. : ............................................ ; Cleaning ..................................eeeeeeCAROLYN .% f
...*.. *"* .* n.H*....... .: .,tour-tt' Patronage InTit ted. : 211 SIMONTON STREET P. O. BOX 4S2 ." : and Pressing : : ;
||U0.. Uw .. : BiOreneaa
twfieTUI .1"1 24-HOUR SERVICE : .
CMT**). Wtttrti -.p. !i K : Ice Cream .Proprietary Medicine NEIL SAUNDERS : Free Pick-Up and (). ; '
all.. .... .awsws.114 traatara1.1M : Delivery Service : : Natal Sit rtoeafa* 4. ; j
d+.aratdq' m....... Idr : Sick'Room Sutibliei School Supplies .: ; err 5
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= ..................o......pna....and....Article...............:: i SIGNS :: and..WOMEN. : W.'Speda.rbe la t!
.......... S 1\Iad. Io Mea.ure : : Scalp Treatment Hair Dyer J i
tier,.,. : ..... : S 1eIUCElED.Rentala.: S. "'PHONE 232 : 17- ..... .r ........ ItTI$ : !

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"r"'H'1f; ()II ,j : "- ; -220 DUVAL STREET __ : S......................'. :,...................... ....................... ............................................I i

Vlnvm llll : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for : : PRITCHARD i i RUSSELL'S ;: : STELL'S BEAUTY NOOK Qf. a 1

i Carrier : i 7 Scientific; Beauty CttltVf ,
.f Tkt K-Y..r.Wel. Cant.*.T.,."k*.'It amahvrentk WtthVMM. Air-Conditioning FUNERAL i DRY JOPEFuneral S in All BraocUcaThoroughly ,, : J;!

." ..UI t. pre..t..t In three : tr Do .e'lc and Commercial Use : : GOODS Experienced. F t J
.dd4...s1 .h ....... M.wnd.y, : IM -_ PHONES __ : 1106 Operators : ,
HOME OLIVIA : ..........,. r.fcruMY < ..._....................... .;............1159eeeeeeee ...... t tt.. STREET Service Solt Water Utd. ExdntmlyPhono .
ft. I I..M .II. H .M MMWMMTdt ...............,.... & :. : PHONE 373 : Established 1885 :
.4er, T1. ..BwfkBNl tun was, ................. Let Those Serve' : : : : 637 536 FUmiaf 5U .L. :
a ji4..4 I**.rl'lV tI..ho' !\ ;' Who Serve Best :.' ; Licenced Funeral :........ ......aa.. .... ....... ..aa
eta*. ** .* M"1' ..!M h.%. Era HOT POINT i : 5 Specializing : Directors amIEmhalmcrs : ...............eeeeeeaao......eeeaaeeeeaCustomers. .S
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,waned .way tram lit. parkedIHr > S WE HAVE NEVER ,: '*." : For or Friends and the Public Iaiaris1 ,
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Sewing Machine
aalr1Tb. It xu Electrical AppUaaew$ : WE NEVER WILL : :. +: Women's and : 21llonrAtnbnJuiicc :
................sat. al.y baa1O t, :It : CALLED FOR and DELIVERED r .. ? Frances Park. Own
_. ... ., lit. _.... sue.eya !Ii : Home ; : : : 1010 GJUMlfEU. STREET :
.. It. Lra. .....1. ........ ,.. : ApplianceUSSS&teeeeeei Children's .
... ..... : : : : Beauty Culture m ai! its & ;
. .rt I**. H far the gtauo s ******.................... ....... .S Never Sleeps :. : Phone 13S : Facial Maniouitoj ,
e ...... Night 638: Shampoo
fl start nag.enf.tu ......................I i.......!.............. .....
t I. DM ...* fcw never Kip, : HOUSEHOLD : .e.....................:..s.................. 55555555 SSSSS SS.5 5555 :..................For...Appoau..aI....i...........IM1.......n.1
LaMd, ........... Tt"Ruth | R. R. RUSSELL ................a.........s..................
t...I. J4h l>.hT Rllhrr1 .\ GOODS : ....................... CAS"'U :
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DevMt towfe. J..*.n {1 : WILLIAM STREET PHONE I3IRK : J. A. MYERSLicensed Alarion\ s IIUESoBEAUTY 'p :"" J*bra Ja.k.... Gutter'I in SPREADS CURTAINS Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS 1
........ Tbwa.. H-AUlK.. (!.....J| : BARGAINS RUGS LUNCHEON SETS -. S S SALON: ,y.c; :, ........ Iaa.nn wi. Mary |fe : BATH SETS BLANKETS DRESSES CTC. : : : "Soufhern/nost House 1 In.V 3.A.- : J
Martha / ,",. IMm Jwik.nA.,1JwfeMk. +, S Call 131-R and Goods Will Be Brought to Your Door : : : : 1400 Dural Street Telep.aa* 1314* hair ,:i) :
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PAINTING ContractorFREE Expert n Tinting Hak Cuttin f/ .
awttbl, rrn.t atfc and GmtgeTW CASH or TIME PAYMENTSeeeeeeee. : CONCH QUELLS : ; .. .,. :
Personalized \ .
Whrtaaag. "S....,.....,.........aeeeeeeeeee.S ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED '. : All Sizes : S .CorectiT PeraaanalaStyltaT Fociola I : 1I 1

.laU .Urtttilr* Durrtorfi ...................... Telephone 8127. 114 Dural Street. Jefferson Hotel ; S Exclusive but Net Expensive ..J .
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Ana CW*. Urr" l PnrfucTKk Save 20% : ...................s.......................... .5.555555.........................s...s......
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IHa Fire Insurance : --IFS ff Mar Mat :
. t* an- Ml Mir. at "Paul*. .. house ebldgs br INSURING with : : FLOOR SANDING .., K 1 heath
........ ......Her Catu: and Si i i iMrreU I:It hoW : : .:
..... and at ....duur, !aad affects.perSOSM Atlantic'Mutual' Fire Insurance Co : '.: On Old or New Floors-CALL. US FOR AN ESTIMATE- .. : : Will Ship to Any Pad : : '
"All Guaranteed Work Modern Methods : : of u.s. or Canada : .
: Save 15% on Policies Non-Assessable : :
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l4/wueal I : MercantileStock : Marcy S. Palacio Beauty i
/. L. Crusoet..4 Phone 674 .
Tfcelr Quinine" TrrrwCUw *, gt... : i \ J. DOUGLAS TREVOR

( IAI". Natural' I ...............*................................. : : 401 South Street : Colony : tl
1829 Harris( Avenue Phone KEY WEST. FLORIDA
...... .. aurae pnaMrwt la the MIff ..a 1 NNN.......... .....w...............N.... :.....................;. 121 Swhad :
.Va...R M4,,.la.RM 1M*.MM hark....tIUWId.d trtea I I :! ............................................. ................S.....1 .; j StreetNext ;.
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I B.&B. CYCLE SHOP LAWN Maiat.naaa
,*S aMMMirnMM: htst.d; i LANDSCAPING eromwllkauty:
I *lt ..' ...1 ka-w a that the Ul-' ; PRUNING TOPPING : REAL ESTATESales jS : Srh 4AH I : I
Nda.Inch ..... .* IH. tr..iralfkU I 122 Fleming St. R. M. Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 I FILL-Top SOIL.LOTS Cleared and HEDGE Trimmed. : : Lk Med .

...,.'hplanti.4 tt...M.IM h AJM-rtra.-.....arc..lhq .... Cushman Motor Scooters Marl\ Hauled, $5.00 for 4 Yard. Also LoU Appraisals : : i i Spciohsiaq1n Beeutkiaas :

......let.....agr......vb..1 M. beta w..fker..........aM.... i Sale* and Service Immediate Delivery S Cleared and Marl\ Spread, Very Reasonable : Leases : Most Phase Modma of

..."'". M ehaas. .at 'N atrurFAf BICYCLE S 1021 OLIVIA STREET Rentals : Beauty CuJrtu. .
M .lee .... Ir- wn deptnd G WEECH raoNE 801
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Rental Service ; Management 206 Appointment
(lot. M awy ,...a Iraath to lire Huilily r Seats ..................\..- ..................... : Improved and Vacant ......Telephone....(....'SE HABU ESPANOL..............
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W..U f..< tlw .K-U. .W.kl lunal 1'arLing. Hags ;.; ; Properties in Key West ; ................a...*..**............*.......
..atnsa ... Iha..a ?Mgt 'fur list t .i : : JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP .: and Monroe County Wofk-lxiw Prices
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4..urMwa tat It....1..uis pudataI : ,lid ) DAYTON BICYCLES andSTEBLCOTE ; : SERVING T : 411 Fleming Street : from public by Senior Students of 6I: :
? tnftal Ir-s beater than : COMPLETE Dinners : 919 Whitohead Street : TheSouthernmost .
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MAJESTIC\ i ROMERO'S\ ( 523 Southard Street :
I : ; : : 2612 HARRIS AVENUE There are a number available with over .ea Mart
: Wire Recorder RADIO Phonograph of slate approved instruction who know the "t *
An Ideal Gill Liberal Trade-In Allowance : We Repair and Reuind AU Tyie pJbi: : : S in beauty culture. These student Ix-auticMiM. _
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.1 "! : : The Financial Responsibility Law is Now : -TIII--: : Lovely DRESSES for Children. Drapes.Cut..... :
I 1301 i i 1I Al'sMusicCo. : Effective for All Owners of Autos and Trucks : PorterAllenCompany S beets.Pillow Cases..Combination TABLE" FLOOR ;
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,- Wins FrOM Independents I i- 'Final rehearsal 'for the Dark-!; Vice.President I ,

town Follies Minstrel Show will j !
t I' I be' held tonight in. the Harris J Mrs. Lorraine Schuhr was
At Basketball Last +" !' School auditorium. ,AU members: voted' viCe- 'r ident of the Fleet 1 ... kI "
: Night att. ,'U: cast'and chorus'' are ''requested I Ito Reserve Auxiliary' at their regular -I
'attend, Mrs. Edith 'SW tiBg. t business meeting Friday :
t | publicity chairman, says. > night, at Fleet Reserve Hall on :
1 JfjMOft INCUS: ): (: KIWI R-- \ Front reeu Mrs. Schuhr will ,I

1 I 1 i replace Mrs., fteba Robinson who I ... _t.-
"1'J"T: KUCTKICIXHOT : : : :.iVidal I ) Leading( resigned as :ivice-president "\
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, ; : Ht\lflI1\:. 't: 11, 3.1:!) Hitter 7Winter Island I Henderson to ,the.. Vera Auxiliary Wood.: :Marion Dorthy.I

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: FORECAST Woodworth and Doria Slate.

11tw : League I Key West and ,.Vicinity: .Partly It was announced by President: I 1'
sib. flit the CUrfc4Mi
fafte cloudy and continued mild this I Bessie Picker that the- National
JtaMTUMrfttt it..kttbaU .i Yt 'afternoon, tonight and Saturday.I President: of the Fleet Reserve:
L a.. tad M..M pled a* }hr I. In averages compiled through Gentle Auxiliary. Mai gut-rite Mullins of
.Itch. Ki+i...l gyre ... ww* .by like.. S ndjy* fame. George Vidal; ; winds. to easterly r Seattle Wash.,will make her official ,
Ke* WrH TraaM acawwt tfcefcafrae San Cart hard-hitting<< first- visit to Key West on March
Florida: Partly! cloudy and
..!...>.. ffce twit quarter I bJMoft.*... .b banging the ball at tr continued mild over south and j 11th. and plan; were made for v
tan lately the. ., I* %. II, terT a .413 Hip to hold first place 'central portions today and to-1" her visit Since the visit of the

<.... ,among the leading hitters of the night. Increasing cloudiness and | National.President of the Auxil-
'.*. after brat the Tr a.H. Island. City Winter Baseball mild extreme north portion followed iary 'will coincide with the visitof
nwetf fct gatn Ire** U we. tw by occasional rain and,I the National President of the
..t>*. will anwv *l 44 U 21.I Mama Uauldin Blue Sax out. cooler late this afternoon and 1 Fleet Reserve .Association, Fred!
4 O., Artl t. ffcetr _" an. aiaatraA. f wkkr. .is in second place with .i 'tonight Saturday partly'cloudy, erick C. Grammer tf Bremerton .
f....t .*...iM with. .Ilia a .44! batting average and close continued: mild south portion and Wash.. to Branch 56 of Key West I
...... Kaaba. of" lsdeytahnUa | behind him is DcWitt Roberts cooler north portion. a committee of three ladies was 1 1 --
.... WiTW Ale ........ San Carlo catcher who. u slam-{! y < East Gulf and Jacksonville I picked to work with the men on I ; : :
i WEIGAND (with 14. .1 The Bronx. W*<* *. a4
JIMS** r *sr**brat the Key mine the apple at a .430 clip. i thru Florida Straits: Gentle to entertainment of these National : DOROTHY
W..t ate ftraair M .a tl Inthr Following are th* ton leading;Ij I moderate cast to southeast over Officers. Ruth Graham, Mizpeh i i I Barbara E. Hros.nchick (right). 1$. of Byrara. OMM. *4.w4 eMi
arrieai gtMe T1w..t I hitter of the league: | south and central portions thru Pierce and Cora He-iron are on i the stage after winniaa national chmpio *M.* (Is the Wtotet
Player-Team- AB R H Ave.I, winds this committee. St. PaaU ....... Br .
law |>.H **. 14 to 13. The Conrh Saturday. Southerly over Carnival Drum Majorezi contest at bf
ptrlod w*> tilt t<-. dud ajuaiterto ; Vidal San Cailoa 33 7 16 .483, (.\t.-. .,,u) ,; extreme north portion shifting tot( After the meeting the En jch I I I won the junior division title and Barbara the ...**, elms
....uld Blue Sox 34 715 ..441fUberts. and the for dancin
n. Auxiliary met -
21 toM. they txUyS4) northerly tonight and Saturday.f
Ma* N M to EARL BROWN (UeftJ.) newly elected head football coach at 1 pkouhip.
) aM..4. aa. the. last. q *rtef. : S. Carlos 39 7 17 .436 Alabama Pclytechaic Institute arrives In Auburn and talks t Occasional rain extreme north and social, with refreshments .
D. Bun 23 7 9 .391 : served tht ladies. -- -
Luim. otherwise by i
....taeie funwr hieb I A. Atonzu. Pirates 19 5 7 .368! 'thugs over with his'star back. Travis TidweU. Brow got his I portion tonight partly 1 .......... -......*......
_.. *.***, bw whu. has I cloudy weather.. I I-
.. JrMle.. Duke. Blue Sox 23 3 8 ..348Zacnaizuk. first lock at his players ;In a workout on the campus Feb. 2.
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ahra1.81. fciama l-r hM .....C'uIiwhI.I' USSG 29 7 10 .345 -- -- i Ii Report Nlll'y.lf'ives' Club i i BUSINESS !1 I -BICYCLESRepaired -
A. Arevedtt B. S. 33 7 11 .333 JOHNNY LUJAC'K'AND; :E :
had l I' tor th* *>vtrtrwa _
ay ttMal I tl..tpl! ?, Gilnhire! '24 4 8 ..333StMltfig. y----:; ---....- -- _VV <" ......-_. __ I Key West, Fla. Feb. 6. 1948 \ Vftlentitle; Dance OPPORTUNITYExclusive and RentedAlso
1 IL Sox' 18 2; CPeace .3331 (Observation taken at City Office, I I
Th* 4N ,awe *.very ..eweair. I t.. : ; A. I 8:30: A.M.. EST) The Navy Wives Club, at a !. franchises now avail (la Stock-KCWISICYCLKS
ib.J.'e $4d1 lwlr p tart the t L/ J4j J4jt. Temperature meeting field in the White Hat able in the State of Ylorida low "

y,* tW by fMkal Ullryksfcl 41 I Highest yesterday 79 i clubhouse Subtaarirc flue, made i iarrangemnts I, America's newest low priced auto- : R TRICYajjfi I : :

11 M CkMfM)n. Mau.14 fcsr IMMryen 21 pint., Promoted() I Lowest last night 671 for a Valentine! i I mobile. $595 FOB factory. Writ WAGONS StaIU: iF 1t.K
I' I Mean at once for full particulars.BOX : .
....... !. > V* IW Icy I In Schools Normal --- 70 '. i I I K'nOverseas
High I Mrs. Sue Smith \va adinittttl t
-. e I I Precipitation to membership. Mr<. OMvt-r! Cur- 'I t t 437 I i
ftrtctrea !MMneN and '(*. I Total last 24 hours .00 !ins tis served ielreshmer.ts.MRS. :I Cycle
..... .. N. wvk.rp..r W.Uits.Th. .\:' MOUNT AIRY. N. CAP) i Total this month .00 ins. CHICAGO 90. ILLINOIS, 129 DivUoa St. PMM 13M Talk.. II A growing movement to get highrhol I Departure this month -.23 !in:., APPEI.ROVTII/ I I ........................
boys and girls to talk and Total this year 1.12 ins. --- -- ----
thank abut pear and a world I Departure this year1.07 ias. AT FASHION SIIOW..
government has entered its second Relativ. Humidityat ,.
; MIT." Isadora Appelro th is ":
I year. 8:30 A.M. tending the fashion show in at-I ... )
I MASKETRAMSCIIEDULG The movement 'was originated: ; 8SVBarometer< I ami and has. according to word I De4SS S. r
an din financially bucked by Osrr C
I from her, selected many beautiful ) ..
) I II K.-Merrill. Mount Airy lumi- (Sea Level) 8:30 A.M. dresses for Easter and Spring W36 Ford Tudor "".6 ..
hire manufacturer. It functions 30.12 ins.-1020.0 mbs. wear. -
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UIII'uuthe University of North V '. Almanac II IITND4Urow. Some of this new merchandise SEDAN "\ A i, 't".r
,. "" h T cur ru ,"UeIt I Oruiwta extension division. Sunrise 7:07: a.m. arrived this morning. Good Mechanical: g (bCondition ,.,P / ...
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'-riM year more than 200 high Sunset 6:16 p.m. e .
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erhuots in the state took part. ; Moonrise 4:06: a.m. .
HtiH :HOOL C\"M II Some 1.000 students made 'talks Moonset 3:10 pjn.I I I .. ,'ti. .
(NrgM c..a to at feast. 100,000 hearers. |, )$ Roberts OFFICE TONVr Auto Body g.. .9+"
a This year's program will dis- TIDES SUPPLIES Shop :."
1ONIUUT.-{ I tY a.tnaig. "Haw) Can the United Na- Tomorrow I 126 Duval St. Lopez Bldg. ,
I I. (03-605 Green Street
T,11H4h. Mhml B vt. AhnaClan Be strengthened" (Naval, Base) Norcross nut! Gibson -- .- <--
(Eastern Standard Time)
Arnie'GMW *. I 4)r Lines of
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... l4rir4. pnp ,,,,\\'irepi..t.,) 8:59: a-m. 2:21: a.m. Valentine CardsROYAL
a+gtrNyh JJ t3retRrtHt hIkt..t MAKES: FURNITURE'fUVERTON. ; .JOHNNY LUJACIC. Notre Dames great .quarterback. end his 7:50 p.m. 1:05: p.m.ADDITIONAL .
.... ...- Conn. (AP// -? 'fiancee. Miss Patricia Schierbrock of Davenport. Ia.: have let I 1.-TIDE DATA' TYPEWRITERS STANDARD and J. C Higgins BICYCLES

""IIIII Furniture designs originated by it be known they'll bs married after his graduation next spring. Reference Station: Key West ROYAL PORTABLES
.hi ancestors i seven generations I j They are visiting in the home of his parents at Conntllsville. I
Tim oil I Height 04
I 'Nf"f'' Look III. are used by Lawrence Rob- Pennsylvania. i CALL 25,0 !t \01 Just AvailableIf T
StationTO Ihlgbwatat
".... who has developed a small I Ibt I - \
jire; .. Smart profitable business here. He' V I I labia Hondaohr._10 rain.. '.0 ft j
Is I a. engineer and has lived all : (bridge) jI ON SALE
hi life in a home built by Lambert Political to Name Key + I
Hairs ..hrttkr t llitchcok and Arba Alford i II (east side) -20 min.

I in in a IKST booming when they furniture were plant partners ..February 6th 12th!. ; Announcements. :I loca(Sandy Chicaobr.Point) to tn1a.. ICaldes f Let Us Help You i', (SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 2ITH)

G 17t't ua Roberts use native woods PROGRAMTONIGHT : Channel42hr.. Low.l>rire.I STANDARD HIKE "I7..>fiSTANDARDEgUUTED
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. i I (north end) _10 min. +1.4 ft Plan Your FloorsFree i
plat, eherry and cedar. There is MAY 1943 i I HIKE: 81&2 I& :..
a growing demand for his highboys Vistation of 4. oOo Estimate Given Ft'LLY-EgUlPPED! !>*"LI'XE: HIKE.: Kl.:.J5
lowboys, corner cupboards parents to sons troop. Parents (NOTE: Minus *ign-- rv.c- I

1 s ,an dother pieces. His power ,ma- are urged to attend. this For State Comptroller tions to be addedJNew Plus .Asphalt.Rubber Tile Tile Its Money Saving SALE Time at SEARS 8.
ehinery would have startled his meeting of the troop. sign-corrections to
tIf t-: sea I aaceetors, but there U still much'htind TOMORROW For indi : EDWIN G. FRASER Cork Tile Buy NOW-Pay LITER!
of'| York City's exports total .Plastic Floor Tile )
work in the production vidual troop planning. t
,!! beautiful furniture he says. ; For State Legislatur'MILTON \ 'about $4,000,000,000 a year and Plastic Wall Tile.Broadfelts.
; Sunday1.: Feb. Church at- A. PARROTTMickey imports about $2,390,000,000.TOURISTS. USE SEARS EASY TERM PLAN
"-L:! iADGUITA. llndance for various scout Capello Wool Rugs
1 SNAKING A SNAKE troops. ( ) Acoustic Ceilings

{+b.-iAl1.- Tiiiiorr.ii CUSTOMS Monday. Feb. 9-Scout Day .Hardwood flooring .EQ"JmD IIL"Jr nlldCa
$..* Wan ek *aM** Uk. I SlHOAroRE.APcustoms'CIIa" in the schools. For Sheriff Fonnisa for Sinks. ew'.7rO
MlUM ..,..... ever.-Gave ) Tuesday. Feb. 10-:Scouts in JOHN M. SPOTFS WOOD We Offer A Nice Selection Counters. Tables W O t K o.'CI
the shock of their
..... Municipal Government. Floor Sanding and & 1)llne
JMkeus t* .live here when they discovered, "Good FLEMING STREETS < () 15
...-. Wednesday. Feb. 11- For Clerk of Circuit Court GIFTS Refinishings
....... 11M. hidden in a cart-losd of vegetable Turn Day" for scouts. For individual FRANK BENTLEY !

i livatvrbai.......wpJh. vet ..... foot *python, a crate who containing was sleepily a 25- f, troop planning. I for All.Occasions! Modem Floors I & Tilt( .- -- -- .
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....N Ik* knee." Thursday. Also I -
.... W sane ........ reMiI digesting a pig he'd swallowed' visitation of Sea Scout Ship For County Tax Assessor SOUVENIRSCOME
whole. '
4 tbM lee .... ..... It (Foot of Duval street). CLAUDE. A. GANDOLFO J. L, GATES
....... bar was admitted free of duty- Friday. Feb. 13-.1oint meeting I Flooring Contractor NOW\
an after the Chinese cartman had > For Commissioner PKALTRADlR I LIMITED ENGAGEMENT ONLY
........ ..*.l UM torau been cautioned against of all scouts at Bayview County 1434 VIRGINIA STREET
tkb attempt-, Park. f First
wt.N District
taHia4 al klftwa 718 Duval St. Phone 1000 PHONE 1599
A.wl Ibe* ....ur 4*. I lag python to was smuggle sold to pythons.Chinese merchant The- Bayview Saturday.Park.Feb.Contests 14-Field etc.Day. i:; JOE ALLEN l TROPICAL AMUSEMENT PARK

who believe I iI
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I First Time In Anicrini!!

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Third DistrictCLARENCE I I


For County Commissioner

yt K f Fifth District : JUNGLE RATS

rates [z33 County CommissionerFifth I llrungiil llrrr frs.... Saiin|

( District) by a Member of the Armed r.....
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yea' kR Supervisor of t. I A Menace to Our Boys in the Swab Pe*c
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; .< k M JOHN Registration ENGLANDFor a,(..,. I Most Gigantic On Earth!

1 % a.ira a _Justice of Peace '1 I er ; j / '
R---: (Second District) "Hale, net I'm net forma anal you. I Just inane uip some ODDITIESAs
MYRTLAND CATES I I Pepsi Trtaturt Toft teith you-eftryboJyt colliding titan f* Cat ooa.d by I

II Kohrrl L. (llflir It or Null: ) MItJ.-
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/'r'' (Second District; ) I every Pepsi-Cola bottle top.
ROY HAMLINFor I Cnt rPeftM'.great$203.725"TreMureTop" YPSI: V6 I -_lists!/ 21 Ht-
and Contest.
[ Sweepstakes -
I Animals Birds
tr ,, ConstableFirst I II Every airy gel a Treasure Certificate for I Reptiles

1; u I District I I I the$25,000.00 big Family Cmh. Sweepstakes Prize of From the Far Corner of UM '....

1 HARRY H. JOHNSON I Ii I II Collect ana swap Pepsi Treasure Tops"... GET ENTRY BLANKS II

.6 51 t c s a A T 51' N M E R-Attta4lag. a dinner al i For Constable *.*""' AT YOUR STORE I I NO TICKETS + NO ADMISSION v !rmg lhI CIIAdtell
to right): lira.
Jrileabe.u'A erg rn.w.a' Frank .atlte.'a'' or C.lumbis University Dwight I Pep.i-Col. Company Long Id i Second NOON TILL 11:00 P.M.p' .
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Me e .*. fry UM thetnuen .| the beard ef trusttes that under-graduat. Negro.student P ,
w..t4 MM b* t...$.. heaa.. .. tM.!!tcieJ fa rill..... With the groupii Harold Flowers; J ,
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Kiwis Cur InLittle I .\u.lrtilia. *. 1'ro-IH"C't r siderable building in improvement 1947. and FLA."T: I 1 : newspaper always ready in democracy's behalf j

Forouting(! RrlirfCANHEJIRAU there would be increased r .
-an unwavering champion of Inter-- "
s, I Pieces - 1 I for lUMtsmi Nelson Lemmon den .
CUVILANU: a Afm4dUMl dared rrrrntly' the acute homing sible for ayoung married ests. Read it, respect it enjoy it. .1
I to get a home built *
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......... keys KM IM7 Okt. relieved, within two years lay as in pre-war days. ., ,
.... >I.*.H Ml IkWier 13. had I I Lrnunun said in a statement :
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COMMISSION : r :I .-or is-ittupto- 'you1 t "Mitniction. -'f'l Troop,253'To .- I. pptY-.To t. Wed BAER'S MARKET PRICES I\

.,Kfti tkMts .'band rant II&.I'.I'.I'cc (The question :'jC'aiaddressed). to i I CQOD FOR ALL WEEK., THRXX HOTELS Ins I.MIAMI\ M I"OP'JI.U itMM I
HIM by Wheal on Hold An application for a marriage
TM H the. only .yroU that" ire. :Building lospettor Sawyer:. "A It Outing! Ii cense was filed yesterday in the' The new policy at Baer's Market Locotaxf m gaga Heart #t UMmi 4itlrRate.
Given jislis RyL ran ."".... The effort on a err.Um I rantractors Brtitje must be'taEcB: j" 'Saturday. 'February"7, -Troop 0,fice[ of County.Judge Raymond j effective as of today. is that
group rant tie C"OIUidert4I Xazt"Contractor Jr.' all prices in their advertisementin MsM e W
Lord Ernest C. Roo'lS
I out before eonstjruqtion can 11 by Chancy
No. 253, sponsored by St. Mary's
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cal ServiceA J. Austin Taylor.*Tnis i, of the U.S. Navy, and Louise; iomain | The Citizen everY >
Church will hold
Star of the Sea i ian
.hoMM entfilujrre and. prutpedi\ type S of .construcfloq 'should be- 24of, Jefferson Hotel. aie effective throughout the BATH cod TOXfHOItS
Uuikirr' "I going to put all-day and outing on 1 Weu-
am .Ypa camp week?or Thursday through
..... .., tai ..'. ..... were duplex aiiaitmeot.' This t)'pe looked.-.into It''.!iabt* "structuraaly1fight. : : Stock Island -for troop "mem. 'Subscribe 'tb The. Citizen. i nesday. }
,e.H aa ...... **.k .. J...... uf remit ..... la prod Thtfmmdrftiun ,Dion- 't : - .- t Ford Pending Milkr i
el The buSd.'' Commiaaioeer?, : "The bers.Plenty r.
I.' the Key tint titan- ,....... .ut L.sp .,ieeattkrvare lag that Cathedral Corpuraipn|I board of enziiteei'S.of* '-..".' Miami' -*ap-.j, i being provided for theirenter are! 1J 1 Hotel llotrl He* *
; a4 tAw fatal 8 mM will (build 1 I. rouib stronger t anranttrt .proved it: .I| is 1I
... w. II .......... rsrl twit a bk.k ./et'. The *trel.b| Mayor' Adainsf-::,'"SOO, 'homes'tainment.held In' connection.The camp with'being Boy I M 1I.I.t a. NX.: Ut At* If ., M A.aV
wsr A..lir..pad hfl Kaatht.J ea.trd and the (UtUdiag will l tail; fiuld be rented.Situation --mt-:, Week. j I 80 Rooms 10"** Rwnr .. t..
*. ....... .. tW ...., ,..... 1 keL*,Navy b ao/badly=congested]!Scout The troop committee ai well HOME Elevator: KlnraterSolarium. IiwMM.
"_.. t.layKalmanit C7'GIIF".er DiunI also] In housVxiv4hat-l.arn sure (h'at) as the troop-officials: arc joiningthe heated.
,....* I* prwririctut .. .... to pW iw'trtte of the ebuiMiac .. If'suitable' housing 'were available .scouts'on this outing. 3 BLOCKS< FROM UNION BUB >aftAttOi
rititI4.eta ***** lot talctvwltvri *." ; -the Navy;would. increasetheiR ]1
a sweet peel' ..... eVetotrt Cuntrartar.Siru: n: This conUuctMm > activities here-.*"* I.. Britain's i portion in the budget -,-', .
...... auatataryMMS Contractor: 'Taylor;* "If the F.lIL OWNERS I .
aa1 a will l hurt the econoihiejWe of the International Refugee Or.
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'ft9, ..t **.. epnstinwb. of Key Wn. .We ran produce A. approves' this type of construction -' =ganization' (IRO), is seven times i r r rP rrrri
#. ft. (... >Uu.>n.ii< acthrv brew ai cheaply a* they caiiJ : then'iUUs'ill right- I less than that Of the United HERE IS ONE POST-WAR FROM .
tiM '"" rrtwsaKl from tt* DrftaHawM but our bicxevt worry Is (&inancfi recently 'wCptte(( C caiGab: { ei!, States. C REVOLUTIONARY HOME PORCHES i I i:fastein Auto & HOE Su ly lie. :
.e{ Asite.lhsre t. th* We ran KM no institution to fend,, relative to bprrowmg. moneyfor IMPROVEMENT FOR YOUR
fci .iig>*..i >trrats at January IM immry here in Key West. : constructionIt...\\was'' thumbs : WINDOWS e PORCHES DOORS i IMr
d.w>i on Key; -Wcst:': '_ STRAND THEATRE TOG j. ..
I.Mr. KSMCM aaA.CT lliwIkf I I Formerly Paaa f :
Mian and
.*.ir ..... a4 Uw Wai. )nit arto ale-" you Comm start ctxtotructlni' << homes in have Commissioner one lending)' Dlo1i)Institution: "We1 and, Now Snowing ,. L After 12 years more of research than 100.000 and installations development we ,. HUM) 103 Im ioii i Slrrrt .Itt. **... I Ml Oufttrn
Ptirt ells Key Wm how many orders Ito "KILLER McCOY"Mickey 1 now are offering the new and better ,. ePEX -, a
..... .Ii7Wit1. iiim they want :"cbUateral! of.59. per. --
ii4 V Rooney-Brian DonltryStarting
.hate to haver r ** : : original patented .
...tall i B...ftt* through' the you crot.: w' : Suriday WASHERS and ri
Iky,..*. .c,ie.. Mr KftUM MJaswary .... WhralfamOur. tint quote Krl _Mayor Adaoi5The; -mattercboukf TtJhT AND :FANCY FREE" E i 1948 MODEL A A :
.tatssdu p.fwMi fen Uw Neckuu4taa at l" CamtrucUoo time will : be teferKpdtoQilv: ; Manager Disney's Animated Fable \: VACUUM CLEANERSHousehold
Si .mauntMl. to be from four to six weeks." ,J. Sp Idlo5"wljoyii: aa'epsmeer "(Better vThan '"Snow_ White") J PERMANENT ALUMINUM
n.l tM ...| was made to Vft DanieU of the Reynolds Qoritmtiun 16 ascarfain"tt 1 he' Structural, INTERLOCKING LOUVER : Supplies' :
.......... Com..bfUne yvw strength .if,'precntIn.: lb"\\S.."newt 1 A ADJUSTABLE 5-1 N-l Y
Tltcs fagwa ds ant hwhak auld ten noutesT", '.? pe of duttU )oa.'*- C," v\ ; MONROE THEATRE COMRINATIONR"
.......... Whealton: --CerUinly.w .City Manager :.:,Spaldiog 'to' .-'"* Now Showing. \ .Outside Venetian Blind \: e Dayton Tires and Tuba I :
1 HI. ....ll..1 ....4 "vtetaa* .front ,,-"." After' the meeting Wheal- Whealton vCa/k'you:: furniih- nfc' "BULLDOG COURAGE" b
Wdete. ,...... rbult> ors tabu.I ton told a Citizen repoiter thai with pbotoata\' "ol the,Miami" Tim,McCoy t Full-View AwningS .. K I a* ttr uhr a.fci "i"?'u.. the re f>ome from The Citizen' approved,on5trutftjonj? 1. Starting Sunday Storm Shutter e Exidc I! cries
b a.4 ..U.r4. .MM4AaMMMry .....itC ad were "tremendous 4, -Whealton>; VVc<*;.I'WilL. ; "AMEDIALUZ": .Ventilator R : nit :
I t Comm kNier Jtiec(. : "They .The informal meeting was'then I .., Hugo del CarrillandCarmen .Prowler Guard .
p,._ a.ktrt. JrA*. wwketa.UUw ra. put up 60 homes In twoftir'! adjourned.i. >: >?,' : \ "t Montejo Installed outside on screen frame and :
.Mari month Local tvntradw'aahardware ''i'' -t'l v Spanish I. : Aulo Paris and 1\'r ;
iota .... w marlirt lime H 1 !Picture adjusted from the inside with windows ..
...... ...... ttwtart Utr ".. .. mmpMtiai an4. ..oltjenh ". 'Subscribe,'t9-;; bri't'.ttiie. ':. !-.... '. .. .. V opened or closed. O .
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.. ...... CiR/bh1MMI hrnw sit. .wld be protectrd. What 'i4)Hbe ---"Y' "" : -<- -' -; Na
I pie .! Ill .toi Mm ......... Ji dine when there Is no more-- 10 % DISCOUNT FROM yz-, .
cadres atwy br t oar h-Jc. tank to be harfr fjWhealton : .-.l. 1.ISERRJJZRI(-
. 4aHH _. pie (4 Key West: "Is an It up decide la the whe pfo-her ,P .) g l.; MAN'SINCORPORATED; ; I JUNE 1 11947, Price List O N

t of tj aMOWBOt t \ Phone 1042 AiitonioltilrPay 1whseissie'e. N
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I lbMy to .J1ItC..1. emit"M ,t.t.-.18E Itl. ...,.t,t>.nHml .f Rmtth'sGeassy up-v -T ':Largest &Exclusive'LADIESV MISSES*' andVCHILDREN'S -KEY WEST- .. Regular :aA& r
( to. tl* T...J.v. tow tal >.; .,- ; Stoir -in Key West I Established PriceC.tunf N
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u,...* J.... MM. stir. "4tlr 1 Ir. CALL 1042 for Estimates : IMMEDIATE DELIVERYLEWINSKY'S :
Rvlt ( ....tJa t......... pit. s y.OeCl"Y.U Spring( : WEARING APPAREL I
.e. rt.. EsHa ....,. SUlk f f '/-- ,*. vCOMIKO.rH'DAiLTJrT tII . . . . . . .
4)) Ida. cetrry etirbk, } ',,EXPRESS-E.err Day We Receive: -- - ". -" -- -
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tl a Map I.WUyt.n Drvt :' 0to"-' .. ,, DnESgiES.-j ULPUSES SKIRTS SLACKS -
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T. al ereaart wb..asi eearrtnall] \et fFHCpxt o In FaeiAnjr',Everything_ ; You: Mar Desire _
sad ks.Aty ......vl w thltawE SMD i N ""* ',:tn DRESS or BEACH WEAR 4j iDi
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tuna' .. Liateirtw Mid fnpr I
Mr ......... ......... e.. .. MwiM 1 ; : OE Shoes ,,I
f eJ gasr/by use ftf et.t>. mrs Largest; Showing I
elrryti .r.4* 1llti "i'l >t **dr dsjo Cases of,New Spring:Shoes I
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Heels. including the ...
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Whit. and. All the Leading Colors such as, Blue. Gr* n. :

I 1W'Y. -e-llow and Multi-Colors :.:.. ,. even a steak fry

Gttt.wSliet11in1 : SHOES::10t.SPORT WEAR 1 .

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