The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 24, 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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night. I ARRANGERS OF A MEETING at which com 50 Southern Democratic congressmen condemned by Wall Street and that it
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All w wiliMv. were, closely: ,. President Truman civil! rights program pose on the roof r>f the new House office building after f t was a blue print of war. let ftw_ ***. f. l-
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F nq r 7:30 A.M. E.S.T. boulevard with the Key West PalevUne and thai Uva !
IhAkl street near lie beach and Municipal ; American injnev, that was fi- I I ROUTE OF ARAB ATTACK in i' deit.AN.. .., .
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Sr..f.MHI .",Inc !Is. find witnesses.Th naming the Arab armies. j northern Palestine toward I' .
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woman t.f the cu st at" herplr. u.r; I Atlanta Station- :35::i. JJi.>rtl ; The use of this photo by ,, Arab triangle formed by N.b- ",..d W. l..v*._ ....... ... es.
ltrldltd MitlT had stayed :: _r'. hinam'e' lus. Jepin. and.Tularm. (IbKk'is : ) ....... .
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t ,, e of u hnw khr went" In the 1.0Fur..r.1 > Billings: .. 'r 13 ing the Key West Gas Company today to be an excellent medium Physics Class Of marked by solid arrow. Tb. ,end ....... w .. Whl..1 M ,
Birmingham 42 tu increase gas rates 153 percent of advertising the Island Arabs claimed Friday that 1.. house ... the stllas..Mla .. .
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pri had identified the body Bismark 10 was to have been held to- City. 1 K. W. School 500 men! had taken the often- 1'reiN .... .....ala/. r Ns' .. -
TAI+ \HAMKrr.) :, r... 11 A that site Miller who registered at Boston 15 night, but the City Commission W. Graten Ladd. High give there and that the British R... ., t+......... rtt.Malhr .
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........ heir. hji and M will not meet tonight, it was an- West booster. is had moved in0 armored vehicles J aN ....' rt (tie ...
.rwAM M..4lwi't W ........* and her term.The until Burfal" 25 nounred todaIn >. a yearly Studies ElcclricilyIIisli I to stop the drive. II It....., .at Mn .. ., I. MI
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l .b. ...... INau.e. --d. whoI Chicago 't";' ij:1J. 31 for tomoiruw( mslit: although 1IIIffA"A'ff..d"Tenchcrs'SlriIic I altf .
lot .,....... ....& J Tnm Nat. of Dr... llrrnmn Mil. Christi ,: '-'' ; it is not definite vet if school phvbito ildoi>o., ait. continue to the sea; (open arrow Jwgd. ..siip '11I I.lriT ,
N. .. aw.I:+e v.t .. """wlUUy" I petfnrm.d autopsy on c nv cr'D one will be held then or not Chocked-partlv bele'ti'iril\ I IJ ) and poise a threat to Tel' : ........... .... .il
h r. M T .H....4. ....* lurid' t4" I.i. t..dy. Dctnnt'.__ 3JI And if it is held tomorrow night and partly by their rlatowork AVIT. (AI. Wirrphot'* M.p>. w- (,oils isms .

t......._...... .... screed that a ....-.-..- --.. _-.-_--_. I all that is scheduled to be dis- J They have been studying! elrctneily __...... ..krM. ...... 4is...
.a, M ---d had a l H WoithOalvcvion. 46'! cussed is the receiving: of bids and many of the. demonstrations Peter Ross Is, s............ slaw w a r M ,.
...k4La dI ivlar .hs....... Aulas' Late Bulletins 53 .: for a new diesel for the City Closes i 94 Schools are really sho kin!:. J. aim-teal of Mss Prr..AaO
... la ......a ...aT1tt'. : id.bonv'ille( Electric Company. When they finish electricity The WINK .1w d NisInarene
sb-'. .. .as-R4 !.s the ... Kansas City 43 : Rates have ri urn at the Key they will( be ready to study ra- ValdcInn h Buvcr KMT WBM .*..... .. w
p_ .............. .......Md. .It, TM -ee..d r....1 KEY WEST 75 West Gas Company. City Manager In Midwest l City dios. At that time each student ,, ;used ta (aP ftIp tJ MasH .. '4
.4 ...... .... a ( ,,,,...,,..t..,,, .......a.......... I Kcy West Airport 71. Ralph D. Spalding! told the will build Iii; own. radio or 1 I Peter J. Ros. lusts I nirrrliant hair .am.... III ____ I .
..pu. jH olmlr .tr hrrn THREATEN REVOLT [.tls AncclcsLouisville 55: City Commission a week ago: err \.ofK-mlri( Pm "> construct some acce sory to use '!'and a civic trader in the city Pr./tteM a4N' err .....
... .... J I It.. ."a.d tb .. I 36 because of three factors--cooler MINNEAPOLIS. Feb 21.--An. with radios such as \va\e-traps. has notified The Citizen that. be I way Nut !<>.*> ........ NM ...
M sir to r..M Matt. sat tri >(' WASHINGTON. Southern Miami 68'i: \vcaihcr increased rates and .\. F. of L. teachers'strike! ha-., line.filters, or clneition-il aeriaN i.. the purchaser' nt the" V..ldex I inc. .1.N4I r. .... Nd ...astir.....
,b dr.. .\61.i -.... fi#rlr.aI l Nat leaden .ro threatening an open I Mmni'.ix.lis 35 wore BTU's. heal units in the closed !91 sch iols in this cit\-". Twelve old radios suitable for Inn. United strert I ,....,
.re .._ MMd MM it elc'."" revolt. at President Truman':;I Memphis 4G gas put out by the rnmp Hl)'. Of tic 2200 Uathcti in thr ichuildm? or otudvina acre 'fln- : The property| adverti ed l in TbrCilien I Mm awe >.. torlrnniiK .a>
_< .... ..ta.krk l .-. 'rill" Civil, flights program. National I N.,w C):-Ic;uu. -1! The City Comnfi-oioii arms public sihools abiHil. half of them tri ull"fJ to the class bv Al, Music ba T.I1I1'| flU'"'1""v" re Mir Nit''l N.s a
.. .. hot\. Democratic Chairman McGrath I Irt'I'mim"ti nl"mh'rs of the A.t'. tif Luni l and Radio Shop on t.ton'ootrl"'t. ; .... .
t,' .% < I* 'Ii. r* Ki r t New YoikN 20' ( to pass th" oulmmericpi'ilmz are I : rrivrrl; | I'-lephotto calls fowl kit.. to t thn tajti Mw i_'41 .. */
!*+... .4 ..ur (.*.aM.. ib-al. ...t .... declined to ak the President I "i.folk 3h( the measure that wouUIallow <.nI'ukrls. A ral ton of dijtartlc-d: ::'f.m rVrxl: ifl..1 l other 'ail)'. .a' .... .. o'f.
tdyt. I bi I'.... Mars .. drop his program. Southern OKI I hum i City; 42 the company to make the I frill Hi tr,,,,'hHilton -'r,,' pails was given by the Overseas ;i I i ern HorHa area.> where TIN ('ill. f.'.. lw tl w a t11I.i .- I Nrks
tenders said that the Democratic i I i Omaha 37 late intrea:-' '. were |JI..ra nUtl not only; infront Heitrical: ) and App'iawvr 7.l'n .irMllitll" Ia.....a.t._
party's fight b "no longer ours".I I\n -- if the scliool, but also tiefor .mpanv With tho help of theseparts --- --- Un ........, .... P ayinM. -
I and few (they need J ..
city hallN't a home SEEKS DIVORCE tee' WMhartwgies'
NATIONAl CASH REGISTER HAS BAD SUNBURN RikinokcSt. Ixnus 37- l' ,ISS1tfC INonMuch ( at'ernpt was in!te to havethe soldering:- iron; and tool"). thr I A fxtition srrkinc It flmxrrwas ? -- -...... ..

f...ry ftervict WASHINGTON was revealed San iiantisoiSin 52 I Sd1'.,10; 11.'ma,,in "I"| eiiAdjourn students will lie pieparrd to e%- filed, s..tJr.ldv: l in tire "11w. I ('N$,. Tw"H* .. I-
.... A.*rf.M* TIt,..... March hero today that President t Antonio ::..-: i 1 Improved) ploi-e the mj teries <,( iaHi1nrthcr i.,. of Circuit. Com (If-rk Rc..s. (' I I.n. ..*... I.. Mir /
EAU, .IM 101 scnvicc.urrucs : :. I actual work lwwcser.will .... ..
DINT Tn*"nan was forced to remain beea : Seattle 40Tallahassee Ser b< Monna S: S tvw4I H p a elhMa1k
$ .. REPAlfl3. 1 ( I (CourtKarly :()! lie delayed until the HcIririlv ("- ... ..N aIn
i low deck on his yacht. Williams- I 40; lit lino" THSJ.IOII'31. inviitd :t I ll 'm\' SoHrrblom 7M vat1A W
I at the siliool i i: 1mn<-Hbark .........
.bur*, due to a severe sunburn Tampa 61 mn Iran. : C luiapo. who W. I 1raM .d1 s'
The President is on the Williams Washington 1 21 ;Hind 'tii' wounrlrd! on ';1 t>n. Tlie wire! was found i ..... "tiro. .. 1b. ,. .d/ .

.biro townn? Caribbean Islands.,; __ __ __---- Stuck 1.,1111,1 I February: !II. is n.iI uhri0rrO % I to lie inadequate bv irt-ent clae m-. i CEMENT $1.25 hrtr tlwwr;rr.A tb AI .
He will arrive. in Key West. Fla.. >iovcd at Mun'.,pal Hospital. acoidm "- rspeetors. Movirs in I I....)
Metal Roofings tomorrow afternoon at 4:50 ,. to lepoiU today. <'itv, Judge IolaivAlbury said I night practice in the auditorium elw i CONCRETE BLOCKS .25
.deck for complete rest at the Tassu.n; who is believed l !shot today that (i' ] adjourned I and other events requiring j
ot been temporarilycancelled. Kinr l lW
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Submarine Base in that city. CLEANEST CARS bv a Miami Beach patrolman t"wnorniw p. m 1 ;
Mill 1 NK II \IU.IIUU: ; during. an attempted burglary l of all thfYlIl"(' officers areneared : 655
--- Greene St. Phone 12 ... ....
TCITPHOMC: 114NOTICE a lestauiant: was rli-covere| to clear. the :streetto beu i I H .M .
i "'eat in" only his trunk,.. on the rd bv I'rr"I'n' TrUlllitf in -- --- W; M.. -! .*. .
Monroe Theater .Inncl bv Chief Deputy Sheriff passing flom Bma (hied Naval ('a'st hales b. I.Ibr TVSANOrS
TONITE: and EVERY NITE IN FLORIDA 'vloieno Wallace Air Field to the Submarine Base PALACE THEATER I' t..rco ........ Ns' .... ........

,, Presents I Laic Thomas: (Junior> Me\ Traffic rages were scheduledto George Raft and Claire Trevor in"i DANCETonight 10 a 'i1..ete .of 4..s'. ..
Of'molt of T:,OI rlnclci: a\enue nine before the court toinor IasJ.. ... tA.4. .1,.+,
VAUDEVILLE I 1 I7 (.I...., rol l,'I 1 I orilor who admitted ti\int, to Cut a tow ate today Judce Albury I S1OLK A MIIJ.IOiN"News : i I Tact. .4e. to "',.

t I CUBA .nd JUANITA : I Iliiilihi-hu. .. .i. .h.'i l itoi' fin Tassiono and Imvincome > faced a laice 1 men and Shorts /4.... t.R''. .. .. "
....... American Dance Stylists Iwndages was: returned to and women arrested : COUNT MAURICE I 'I|14 ;M<'> mlur I Miami. for further qu '...tioning. Friday.NOTICE. I AT CUBAN CLUB ..... ..... s-----
Juggler -- -- ---
Funiuring .
lit It .inlll.: \\lll" ill: EMILIA VALA I 'I!(> llinUoniul. '(>"* I Presentation i of Radio Qu ens GARAGE.

Spanish Singer and Danc I onJur I I ( i from Cuba .....t .. i ,
C :I.( SEI) ..OT|. *f .,W KHN\' n.
'I 12 I'Iy. ( .lulu! CouIt: ( Cuban and American
N/lne...I.n anal. 'I. .Illlr..1.) THE SCREEN I II I i 1/H" : ir. 9 bCALL 2 I 11"11I'.Itli.H; ")"... I*
......, uu ... tftlh "Lucky Terror" with Hoot GibsonMIAMI 'II llin.l hrur) MndI ) ;:r I I The Qwfeh sun W. .
I onlorMl i I I 235 for RESERVATIONSI ... rwa..1 ilk
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: \W; ;>.i-li, M 11/in' After 3 P. M. Tomorrow for examinations are for requested the positions I, Hear j GHAIE) : A\

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Hwno I I VIA 11I1'1'TK:NATIONAL I AIRLINES' I 30 Years: cf Fair D alina I UNTIL I'RISIlEN'1'and() HIS |'.\K1AKK1E \ BOOKKEEPER and I Louis 1 M. J. ;inner I i STEAKSThe

N .ill Hr4lrM ,tat 'rir I in Key West CLERKTYPISTApplication J (Candidate for City Commission!) WeeWa T
Entrance to the City of Key West (Stock Island I >t
,;..... I'ri.lsr' Blare $7. at
%Ie NAVARROOverflow I Bridge), along Roosevelt Boulevard Division Street to Duval forms and de I I ChMto BroMod
Plus Tax 7:13 P.M.
tiff :7th.S.H.KRSSCO. Street along Duval Street to Southard Street along Southard tails may be obtained from the t .

Price ToursI Lot Street to Main Entrance of Submarine Base. 'I office of the I I Tlmrl'tla,. ....IJfttar' 2ftI WEAVER'SMCKX

{ Dtnal) and Eaton J. O. KEM1') CIVIL SERVICE BOARD WK\VF 1 \ : I M.\M
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: OFFICE. : Chief of Police. 11 City Hall Key West, Fla. I I .-
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I I, Of,* lty West (Citizen I It YOUR MONEY CAN SAVE LIVES .Radio.....___. .41. & IL -1 I: ]Registration BookINotToBeRemoved*',. Horoscope: .1\I STILL SHOVELING IT OUT R r. f ** 1 t.&

r******* W, Rapp "*. *rt. I Programs '
r. .nr.A w mm9 ". -.I One of the legacies of a warharrowedworld TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2-1.1|
a*... I*. 4.f Ma*. a.___ ....... -M- _____ _.-a.. I
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M..t. ttl. titsw is' 30,000,000 children on the edgeof I' i 1 1948-HEre is one given to strong I jj
ww ties.. w Au au. aIW .' i friendships and a lover of social !
another 100,000,000 j
I1sMr r.;;:;t' K., W.t d' starvation and I I I Daytime Summary. TStttcttd States Tom Watson intercourse.. 'O*'ergenerous and ,
.. underfed crippled and or- program lI.tell bas
-- ts. tT ntunted and
Sr. broadcast.t the .tams M.n (Special .. n. cu.. .) hence: probably not too well:
....... N NM w..l P1 .1M.. .. ..... 1 .1.- aa.ltM .phaned. "aF tkrsugk FriclaFo Tiaq i.esate,. i* supplied with the world's goods O ,, al
I I .tandartl. Fer ceatral atall4larll TALLAHASSEE. .Feb. 24.-Supervisors -! ] ..f'Do
raro.7 .. Recognizing this terrible fact a "."r, 1M' _lIni.. ... : you will have many supporters
..._. P tNa a..n1tt11 ewe h "re.FEI. of registration are not (
... .A....:::- :.....r..4 as. N-................1......aIU.A. eIsd...e.. Woildwide Appeal for Children is being authorized to carry their books j; and leave a legacy of remembrance i

r .I. Iki/ :c. S ...40.d I. ,.... A"'., sad carried under the auspices, of the United 23 THROUGH FEB. 27 around the county registering I if not of more stibstanj: : j "..,
\ 1a. : flea _.: .&M..4 hNr on j+*r prospective voters. Attorney General -i! tial property. It is tn: aspect for. r=te : r rd

f IINtN11'tN. R1T4.4s. Nations, designed to get help for the M.rn1y i j I. J. Tom Watson has advised a much-beloved teacher and one'I

,..- __ _- _/1N" no.Odn.OOO in direst need. The appeal t:00-non Tmooii la.N. Tw-nbo 'i the registration officer of Put- I j respected by the world. ;

r:... .i---=- =: =. = === ':n poe to the people of the world because : -Breakfast Oklahoma(Club Rouadup.-ebe sbo ) j jt ;,.J J JW nam county.' !j !;

.. : -- .:-::. -:== :;: failed to meet '- -<>ark Valley. Folks--tubs Mrs. Jessie. Tic'Sey Carswell of | LEGALS iI i ii ? i ij iv !
some gu'rnmt'nl'hn'c W.-OO: -Fred Wirier Show-nb J Palatka the supervisor bad inquired i ,II

.......,."" NIn:. their promises to the International Children iiy Music story For t)Tou r jn-_bs be I'I!: if she could lawfully carry >OTI l: I "%I'KR FMTITHU +
.... gals.. A/p4..sll.a. > ,. r\TI TKVOTHK
i''the registration books from her ti: >
= Emergency Fund created by the 10 J5-Betty Crocker Tatkbe !I IS IIKUKKIVKN: that
..;4i,.. h.TN'NAN 10.30-Half Hour of Seriate cbs: i', 'office at the courthouse into the i the un>...r..iJr;.<.... ...-.>irl...k i.. -ngar" l:
....... ...... __ .. Ih..1.. s. .L1/... t rite,I Nations.: I I Say It With Musi -..... h.I ;j j ]precincts :*o register people. The in l>.ui>in.-..x crulrr the' ..liI.. :...ns'ham. .
_..r. WIM ....., I wll a.t" .- 11.-00-Arthur Godfrey Show-cte IIf ..ev tVeI i'ovrrin. :; .... I :N :
&I ill Is.. ..t se _.. a lied.M Whit* governments! are still expectedto Breakfast in II.Itywoodabd | attorney gneral.said the lawrequired i basal titre,( Fey .
......._ b. ...r..... ,,- | the books to be kept in |Ilntends to; fI''r:; ;::'. : .:
....s..*. 1. .. .. 1."..... .r. 4 ..... n Is. /_ a:\ in the ere nn(l feeding of (children 11:30-Ben Alexander Sho.-m '! the courthouse certain times I nalur With tb.. irrk of !h. <'ir. 'nMirt '
t t12X at .
... .s s. .r.. ..IM ..dsells die- 11:4 Seriate JU hrs.-cb I 1 i' ,% ..f M,nr>.r ,.nni. luri.i.. ,
filii _... ... ..o,5 .( seat .r an effort will be made to organiz? com- and that a local law applying to I'alMl F.ljwar. ICih i 15|vil :
'..I/.$ / *M M .*.! ... *..W..k --,-.. drives AN.rsa. t| Putnam county seems to fix thesupervisors t: HTITV. '
.. initnitv action\ by private organization 0-Welcome Tra,el.n-a" 5..1wn.. ..r :
Kat. Smith Speakrobe office as the sole f..I.-.IIM'h.-'l..u. .
an I door-to-door campaign*; by individual I' 4
U:30-Words and Uucte: -Bbe and only place: where person I a s--
In countries Daily Hand Concerts-mt* lTHi.: H<" ? '
war > ir: ny people are may lie registered. | I IT Ul HT OF Tilt:
iMrftovexurrs ron KEY % I 1::00-Concert: Half Hour-nbo2OO ti.i\K\TH: JlUHiti. "H'"iirIN :
BY THC CIT1ZCW l eing asked: to give "a d.ij-'s i ay"or itse.laiVal'llt -Four Hours of Serials .nb --- 01-" wits: IO"T'! : iii' ....'..1111 \. : "- .
Queen for a Day-mta 1| Mush of Stockholm j.*. built 1. ''''U FUN. YH\HHE l ul ''rs.I!
,. "in profits, dividends, crops.!: Z:>>Bride and Groom- b i on IS inlands. I c." %\. I.K; >. i i
i Parrs.. u-:7"i
1. .... IMeb.. ind Ap rtmei U.X In due \time lh* mechanics of the cam- Mania Clock Records-mb rKrnu HU.\'-K. It i
SOG-Double or Nothing-ct: .'. '
I. Maetl a" BiibMg PnU..... Ladies Be Seated ate mplainant !
p.iYII will appear in Key West and we hope t ".-. IIIKIIK:
AMPata-.Lead. MIl s... 3 JO-The. House Party-cb. Political .. AXSKU:; W..*"F. I
that the readers of The Citizen will not Paul hitcroaa Kecords-at>4 i !I lM>f<>i> 4. CvswUbtfcw. .f Count/ ids 4-00: -Hint Hunt Quiz-cbs olllriR OP I1 HI.|<.%..|..\ I *
heMtate I to make a generous response: to TO NS.KI.: II.ACK.: I IKKSIIiKNCK l
01, G.*.nw M ti.ft. 4 JO-Winner Tale AU-<-b. : INKN4VV I III

CMttfBwnlty Auditorium.A I Isoli tai: heriit-mo\ing appeal. Surely the little IOG-School Treasury ff Band the Air Snow-eta-ab j AnnouncementsSPECIAL In lircl>y wrdurO bat.I you Sr.required < | 1 1
io apj ar .u for i ili ii\ ,
children of the worl I de.-erve= some attention Kiddies Hour (west repeats 1 hr. of \Ian h. Isis l I..f..r \hv. alr.rrtitled ,._
-- -- later/-*bc and lobs CITY ELECTION. rout l.. the Kill uf <'.nii>Ijiiii. ,[
from the adults. Their plight gives $:45-Lura and Abn.r-ct.-ean: FEBRUARY 28. 1948 filrt against T'HI 'in the at...Vf u' !
titled ruu-w and lh. K* \\'.. I!
} sl .1t1-
fall tit t ti-s an opportunity to express::, in ,
MO'iOGRA): 11 den if' hrrrbjr designatet l as ih. I
n<-... pan.r in w" hkb this .ird<>r .hall ,
fashion some of the religious principles I NETWORK PROGRAMS For City Commissioner IM pultlivhr! <,!..... a "' f..r fur .> 5 r ri

he's.. w.... Ta1PaYrre. that we glibly} and publicly espouse. Time U eastern standard. "arcell LOUIS M. J. EISNERFor e.nserutIve tVl.ness' the wlI. .. I

) |'-' I I* tow flat'. ....t fir the cityILibuMelrM The appeal of the United: Nations for tral standard standard subtract sustract sea l-r.; two formeuntam I ...".... Some Iscal eta,..... chants this .'.nrt and .h. K cal ..r Ihh. f'"r'
tat Hi 1.-. I IVttrr: pay' n..wtlm money with which to feed I:angry children I hour .f relay to tit local schedules.Last City Commissioner in. the /'itv ..f Fey \\ .._(, KlorrItuv .'", !r at.
minute program cnangts ca"- IClh .lo .f I-.a. )1541.
_.1. ralr. |I.rnalty. Th* city 14, not$ throujjhort! the world i is based!' 1 upon the net be uictuded.TUESDAY HUNTER Rosa I' 1".I.'y..r. :
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(Sonny) C! o-al "I..r" >r.-uil r. irAI <
....... 0j fact that there is danger of starvation in at I.."..... '-.>untv KiorHy ":' I .
I FEBRUARY 24 K.thl_n :Vuiiait
Tilt: OUACIJ-: lea. twelve countries.:; :Many needy children i For City CommissionerWILL 1. John f. Sawyer, lH-r.nt ..>

j in Eastern: Europe including some Leaning6:00New E. P. ROBERTS J'o.lid| ii..r For I'uintifi
: !, Report. 1j: MIn.-nbo f..l. 1724m- :." .4"I. '
+ -- in Rumania. Bulgaria Poland Hungaryand i Nea.uat Every Uay_.twNetwork J
CONFUSE PUBLIC Client Hour abccartKiddies
IN Till 'IIM I Ir 4 ill IIT fll' Till:
Yugoslavia I aid : Hour (repeatabcwestNetwork .
are getting from the .. .
Silent (1 I hr.-mlo..a..t ':'.1':' INTII: JII> %I. c me i IT .
PoliticalAnnouncements or THI: M'.%TI: or I'Lu1IIH1.
Hourrepeatmba\ -weal
Children's Fund. : i
..... fit th* ri a.m that th.a.ra Emergency I ':1S-!Sport'; *: Music Tim -nbo !!I I IN IN I\'II\N NU roii<.':11\MONIIO. : <'01 \T .
n. M. Lubbock European representative : Science Iroadcast-cbs I .. ..
4 -r N 11-::: iTRIfK
.\.......(. .H*. difficulty in makinjr up, hire I for '.30-Chk-ago Orchulra-ch..ea.., !'.\ JOHNIH! I.r. I tom"
the l"nitE'dation!:, after a tour I I iMm Abner repeat-ct..-..ttt l laint.0. ?

fSliiwl. ...".I ,pubis geirrtiunr I 14 the ..1iJOtrt'I"y of' fourteen countries to organize fundraising : .:45-Newscast Thomas by Three(repeat-nfcc 11)-cbs iLowell DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY.'t 1;y1'Sl.. 1nn 1.1- Ills olt/.t:

that. .db among. Fincrrr offirrhi'Id- campaigns, says that there is a 7:00-Sapper Club-nbc-baiic I' MAY 4. 1948 I. rf.ndinlHHi1Fai .
1.l' P.III.'TIII" '
The Ufiilnh show-cbs

.... .. t.. the fu' (nvo1YrI.Yhi. great gap between the needs of the children News Fulton and Lewis.Commentary Jr.-mba -abo Tn: :.\1..1_Illh\1. Sir I L.ylr....-lH !I _

I U H. +.....,.trar lM>.I km.b rflv NV''''reuir.-'I Jrr. \.1 I.. ;."

that in Italy. 500,000 out of 4,000,000 I'aily Smith Cnmmentarv and Sons-rb.he j| EDWIN G. FRASER i.. tttf (Kill for I l....rtfil.. .l .,i1.tgnu ,
reluct' ion. pays -a .. .. ..
f..r a"d l ayaki t tax News: Dinner i>att-ml/s in ih- al >\ "lil. l a "i r
children who needed help received I( in-f.r. Ihr IMh dab ..f .\l.irn. .\ !I. _
....q'. I fteMP t. r?"..r'Hr npH| ", injr tax n- as- 7 0-Rob-The t'1'rovby House, Party Club--cbs nbo i i I For State Legislature M4v i.lhf-rniM.. the allffdii--. ..n- I eoczoo: '.' r,
IlrrNoN. M' that the Gnrtrnmrnt will :"istance. In Poland the figure was 700- The Green L'roadcabtmbs7:45Harkness Hornet-a beNens : MILTON A. PARROIT lainnl r rrsr.l.Iaine]. therein mill hr inhrn as, -o,,- v... .... .. ...

ooo( out of ;5.000.000.) )( In Greece. the help and .Irderrd. at K."t..
.+1,4111. .hi tK* tl. rl year I Wjfinnlnj July 1st.l <*omroent-nbc (Mickey) Kl..nda. this lath dj. ..f I-'hr''n.;! 1 PLAN
given was even less in proportion to the KU ilurrow Neaacbs .\. I'. mix. '
a ....... ..,-in ..f I1MN//0,000< ) / / Aclvo4 Sports Comment-nibs R"rs, C Sawyer.
need- :-OO- Milton Eerie. 'arietnlC! ) For State LegislatureTOM ."lrO'ni1.,1< ..r On'uit .*,nv.urt S-Fl --
.--I lmreduction.' f.n the other hand I Rig Town .c".papol'r". May-cbs lit : KathlMn.t lateral ; I' 1LJeAT
It is estimated lout (toterement-alit O. WATKINSFor .. .
that Asks
nearly $2,000,000- > I. J -. .1} 1lsik.
.u"tlue..iII br 'IO.GOO.HOO.I 1( I
N**H tKat! th' Mjsterlous Trael.rmL.1:1S illiJtn V \lbur\ M
<)OO.. will be necessary to bring relief to theworldos -\%eekly News ReTlew-abo Mt..rrf..r l'!a mif I If.
...... Sheriff .
1:2D--Date With Judv-nbMr *- .1 IT-r; war :*-'.*t| '
WMI..... are i4"aM. to err any ju-.ti.. : children. The governments of the and Air.. North-cbsAmericas JOHN M. SPOTFS WOOD 1' I.k.. 'Jr
world Town Meeting I -abc IN THe ......n f.r tax .htftlun l under present: are expected to contribute around l>ctectite Drama Timemba11:55Fire KI.KXr.NTII JlliMI\l. < Ills'I IT =r-r-FTIR::::: r--
one-fourth of the total and the United Nations Minutes NewscbsBilly '; For Clerk of Circuit Court or Till: -T\TK or '' .onlll\. '
.-IA1klNe.. eif r.ri-tr.| rprcUly! in view Hose Comment-nibs I11) i'lilt "" [ I
Appeal for Children is designed to '-00-\inos and -\ndy-nbe FRANK BENTLEYFor IN .11\1\ _
..( .... $&MMMi.tMMi.fMto ntiun l debt we We" the I'eople. Guest-cbs I.a..r ,.. 'U"I.O''T\.I
raise additional funds by popular subscription. Gabriel Ileatter Ct.mment-mba .F""!-: K. .\1:11\: :'. I L.J
8fIP ...... rule that 191. t "inr a political 9.15-News.; Broadcast-robs County Tax Assessor 'I ..'flD
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...... wIN. .rv t.x<* MiMantially reduced.thrr :30-Fibbe and Mnlly-nbc CLAUDE A. GANDOLFO ,'.\nI."T.\ R\Ml.llo RKiK.S rL
Cbr.stoph..r"ellllCbs hrfrn.lanr.HltllIt i iT" i I KrT/.th
..*. ..." <* Amrrkun. we would Boston sjmpliony Hour-abo ()I' 1 I ill.l/TIH% .....

.lap ...... 1. par 1.! .<. 1axe.. I,..t. de'j'ite i i them, Few individuals are more ignorant I 10:00-Zane Boh Grey Hope Story Comedy-robs-nbo For County CommissionerFirst 11.tlacr'.iri1. B..malh.Slr.rt Ar.Ir.-. i: I
Studio One. l>rama-cbs, District l..wrn. I IY..u II .
.irl. 4r_ ...... think it vitally than the man who knows everything I Sias.
.... % | f Cull nights crie.-mb.;: JOE ALLEN arc hereby r".1 t.. ap- {
about I 10-15-Scout About Town-mb* lrar I" the 1i1: f..r 1..1' til-d ,
only subject. d
I__' +rr 1W the t'ttited. State4 to put it.* one 10:30-Red Skelton' Cornedr-ube m against .'U i'l the al...,. styled. : CAtlPOIZTh '

Al.1 .hn... to ..,.,.., )<*)>t a< >*K>n us It's Dance lour Orchestra"ss-abe: -mbs For County CommissionerFirst .f rau";.lar.ii..n .r.t.I.rO.rr I 154'ihr, .ihrrain.-11.1k day 1

ptaa1b11'ith. the peigslr. of the nation. SHOULD EXTOL DEMOCRACYA 10:4S-It. in the Family-abe ( District) the I all..gatina!.. taken an',.mt.ined.afess.d. Cherlawill i iI' L'V".

unawal. and the 11.00-News Variety :: bra.-nbc W. C.SUGAR( ) SWEETINGFor '" 'M-: .%XI 1,5,111>KRKI at KeytVet. f ; L Aa.
ayllPialc ftrnnfM-ritr nnm -
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Newsarwty. Dance :2 tirecbsN4as l-,..1'...... tin lath .by ..fl ;
-Ir.I .11111mfiltf Aft .a ..Ha1 I inrnme. the time! drive in the schoolrooms of the nation News.; and Dance Dance Band Band-abc Z hrs.-:mbs County Commissioner to-":'ir-l'r<'nit'ar.'.'...nrt%. J.. .'''. I

diltp/lill t.* .IM |*" .t.| .rti...H. to rf lii<.,> the in> to resist Communism and Fascism! will 12:00-D ncinz CoollaurdnbewestTO1)AT i: Third DistrictCLARENCE Hail I'lerk l i.:.f.'sa 4ir r wit Sawyer I..nrt. ,: i -:

(1.1tak 1'1IjI .*.| ,the Government.of +t. This jl bo laiimht-d Ithe U. S. Office of Education IN HISTORY I HIGGS l...npwrlh' 4H. ..rk. j jlwpni ; r I l l't

..... L.I I.W, itt view" ,the.. un. ,.,.....inti"j4 by the time the next school year }begins. (Know America) For CommissionerFifth J.xrt'.1"I-.Xlf-rn.x :for KKQT-INI.I i'Uinurr ji:.. i I: I L... __ ___. _

f31 .br. ......,....t".I't..ti.' ..tI s.tmr year'brfilr. 1779-Historic taking of Vin- I I I County District f.l. 1-atmar: .'.".!"Mv 1 AP Newsfeatuies

Wo hope that the (,:1.mpaign'in de- cvnnes Ind.. in Revolution bj I I Norco is or INTKN1ION ;
ote Col. George R. Clarke bringing I Itoday's WILLIAM G. CURRY 10 '. %.': %.','I.1/'t-s lil\ tI | AN ALUMINUM HOUSE show whet ino-t ol its efforts to teaching the .
'4IK IIN %". lll>.4 IIIK.K building materials without pglrpra.J: ..
Illinois and Indiana :>
into I I
SCONES A PCNTii \outh ot the nation all that i is known about the United States. For County CommissionerFifth 4 01 UT..I.JI.leT 01TIIK Uiw f .-4|.01 NT' i I IIN appearances. This tw3-bed,... -- d.egloj ... ,t11 11 aq

the. soiirie and development of our conception 1855-The U.S. Court of Claims. ( District) I JI TTl IM.I; III'MONIIOI..-... ". 40INT l\ l'Iti-1%. :i iII Ferar. industrial designers. 31.ifMch 0.d..... Qlt.... ..... .

\\,....... ta. 1/tIN1f/ |>on the merit of thetltr of fr'>edoni. It would be unvvNc. it Washington retabhshed. HARRY L. HARRISFor In r.s 91 the:. : .- .>( and covers an area cf MO !qw." IoM & .. ..e mpg
_" referred .... Mr think that Mr. F.ri: semis: to u.s. to devote much of the effort to 1863-President Lincoln signs CommissionerFifth it 1 riM.i.i: : I the requires no Unw1..4 ("III(tls.g .f Anylp alt/.
County entrance .
i I" j.i porch pavement leis ... palq
Act the I.a1a I. 1usi, i
J............ | .-Bt of the Motion )PictUP- the denunciation of ConimMnism and creating, by dividing Territory New Mexico.of Arizona ( District) T.. All..tVh:IH-.h..r.... It...\.\t.1.<\"'.<'-n..that rnS..1u. 'Iva- hearth. Open planning me*?** .balks a4y dIigtdg a51 M Qs

.\ _t..n. *if .\......ka. r..... ntly M-ore I .1 Vu'+'ism.Democracy. 187-1-Historic crusade 4>f women EDNEY PARKERFor .Irllin.l f-"i.: .-r f.l..i'Io.r..f Ih. , r.1.11.10.p...rtas I rocm 23 feet Ion?. Vertical! ...... ..klatp -, -I tgNt .....

....... .II.... .)...,,1" Innoteii' l h}. everAmri- ) cannot win the hearts of to stop liquor selling starts in Ii. 1 infer,.not;:;.' Shat .hr...f a.d1:::: J aluminr-n is applied direct .. 5... .......... Da 1 r 1.11 ..
lr wtiti final Ohio and spreads to other; states SuperintendentPublic .. painted maximum ittulattttf ....... Ilwf 4re. .......
..... young or old by a negative deni'nciation I that stir will|| apple |. th. H.n..ni1'aynnnd !"- !
1912-Striking Lawrence Massachusetts Instruction It ljiT\ ..nntln.le.- ..( i i1. by a pebbled finish which d*.. clot IM'.s I'.5 ___
U'hrn a .I"| >k' fmaH for the National of other forms of goveinmeiit. II we make textile workers prevented HORACE O'BRYANTFor day\1........f..- Mar-h. ....-lh.1-.4X Floruit f..r, .n'h.- 1 ltd.r j I Costs compare: favorably with ..........l. ..... w asile.ertnri .i."f Amrrirun Siviot 1 KriftuMiip} sure that the people of this country under- from sending their children same amt for final .lin..rr i. :- ;: -
Kxw-wtrix ..f thxtrft. ..f Hal.h I
......?.,... affiiirMt the fili.i. "Tin Jnui Cur.1k1 stun] the ?Tt'tt'irtu of democratic government Ph.ladt' noting Supervisor of 14 o1..a....... on lb.4th I
nsues.: dui..1 I Frhrtlar7. 1l1' .
.. i," *'N..ring that it would' "impair relaiiaiisii there is little ( halH'(, that Communism 1933-League of Nations in Registration /Srgn.d., i\'.-M>II.: "riM..ICKse.'Islri :.: I t
+ of .h. .rat.- .r
** with. 1:1.: **... Mr. J<.liii>.ni made! aMii.alrlr or Fa-ekm will win thorn. Geneva passes judgment against JOHN ENGLANDFor Kalr.h K 1'.I..r. .1.! .. .. -t-. '
rrfily.Aflrr Japan as an aggressor; in China. M. l.-!"-:"mar :llt! *. j jMlTIf

1938-Hitler demands buck all Justice of Peace j jfItss

ilrrlarinjf. that t the sren i i-. A one-track mind i is not a handicap if Germany's former colonies. I (Second District) : : I......"i:...ll.frt.f IIKIMTIIKS S...". II",. ,lei. 1 i iI.

1 fww {let" this r.i utrv. and that h.! intendiilI I von MO on the right track. 1042" 750 Jewish refugees die MYRTLAND CATES \ Till: <.iii ITT or Till: 4 "i M tjitn.n.
MOMIOI: 1(11 "T' .
.kr. .*|i it frr.*. )1,. Johnson |IHlint.,1 l out\ I in steamer explosion on the Black I I. 1'LUItII)5..,. .. IN rii uiriu =
Sea-had been waiting outside' r K t.t..f ::: ttont-Bu1ft1

r Mot a I.1.! !. "Th.* ltu"xijtn Qufi"tion.;. in BALANCE MAY KEEP PEACE Istanbul because of no entry papers For Justice of Peace ..Kt.l.JI All in....h.-"-XKIIY....' p..r"1..1..nKjinM -, i I :

,i sail. ...j.Hfinw , ''M.p"Juit In Ruia.T1w for either Turkey or Pales- j I (Second District) Ilatiny f' alm.. ..!" IhR..I_

|...*.. hr ,.1.1.I ..with it* Mi 'erinir. lyiitturk General Dwight D. Eisenhower who tine.194-1-Allies raid Axis heavily j i I ROY HAMLIN |! .\ \'-> wn.l-nil Baal M h >.f-\;-I..-., |>.or.i> ...pat h. ..t Y 1. 4ETIANBLI.N'7wl1;

lair un the I'nitrtl Stair t H and its recently retired as. Army Chief of Staff for the fifth time in week For Justice of Peace !I i ..loins.and l fi..niantl, nhi< h t.,.i ..r.,
; <-ith -r .f Y..u. may h."*- .< .-. fc-i 'li. ,7Tt+ irJ,
r.. ...*....... i I. an nMn| did to Mir, tlnh'mlt| and does not think that Russia will "deliber 1945US. Marines on Iwo Island 11 (Second District) 1 j ,,tat- ..( Ella M. fjrn. .1 .ate.-.l I l.itr
f .alli'.Iy'. '. ..
l widen their I" lb.i .nn'Ioy i.ln
Ilalrr.1 l fur ArnTira n. the part of !In: < ian ately: provoke a war at this time." reduces German beachhead.rGtn.Patton : j, .SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN I Slnnrr 1'.nnty 1'I"rid... .'1 hanrfirr NOW AVAILABLE:! I

..........M..... The General points out that Russia j is Luxemburg's fronter.191iBuffalo. ; Bi t on j i' (SAM) '-'.nnt" in at. Ile K.->"e\WVj-t.IIrt h".f Flt.ri..i! with,.u.l'. ;I I 'Ned...... ll.4.l..r..4.was...(_..4. ...........

Then came the $G1 I question| : "Havewritten not in a position to fight a global war and N. Y. teachers: II I i i I I inirht..f lb.-aln mon'tiir
paralyze schools in strike over For Constable n.."..v.. I-a'h ..larm ..r .1. ",,..n.! "hull'I : .Al/ o \1.1\ MINI M .
tn that until HuWa: .protesting her differential of strength becomes Ilie I l in KntiriK andhjll d.<'. th.
pay. in greatest teacher strikein I (First District: ) pi...-.. ..f r'-i.I........ and I"| '- 'rn.l:1 II 1.1'It S .lre.IMM.Fr. .
.w. J..n.'at.un( to create bad feeling: so great as to think she can win American history. INGRAHAM I, addrrs..1. the ..I.aim...... ,'''n. .. ,
J. .
** | IMv i> to i bt th .I..i, i nit hag '. Cttifna. f' 1irflstlrt
...iiNst. for country t ? quickly. "Ru ssia won't start any war de- 1 .-tii. ..rnh altort.. :t. 1.1; !; :;n. -u i i;, I.. < Ill n>
liberately." And Used So Little I 1 For Constablei t 1 ,'Iam..r. l l n-.I o I.b i ..I) v.i, ,.' .
h. ,d.
I Careleiw' ...IitlnR This "You know women's minds are i i' First District : N iAV \\. < \l'l:'l:v. 1
tYI' Adds
many new means, if it means anything, that cleaner than msn's.: .\- ..f .I.! h:_ ,'. ".

i a...1 l ..umf'tlm.IUot'inu, worth to the lan- the United States should keep a careful They should be; the '.re | HARRY H. JOHNSON 1-:11.\1: : .r..-.rrt..1.!' :-1.-l-i, .i-1..1.!.1' .

I ........ tab on the Russian war potential and balance changed more often." For Constable ,
it with an equally strong potential in In some places in the Aleutian 'I (First District) Your Grocer SELLS That Good I 309 FLEMING STREET !8ty YM M-' n

I \Vhat hall InTome of the colurmmtUMI this country. The Russians have universal Islands there are only 26 days \ BENJAMIN J. PIERCE f PHONC tM

Sill/' | 'til juike fun at the country new.pNprr military training which might explain the throughout form of the year without (Bonnie) STAR BRAND :

litor for reprinting favorable anxiety that our military leaders exhibit some precipitation AMERICAN COFFEE i 1)ralt.n II.n/i.g.: .

.*.mrflent ? Well. l.oy'. h..'" doing the same in connection with the establishment: of About 18.000 Americans hunted For Constable and CUBAN | 1J

.tMn.. universal! military training in this country. gold in Australia during! thatcountry's Second District ,-----Try A Pound Today-----!i
: big strike after 1851. CHARLES G. PAPY

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-.- MATK RUN NKHI'lAM '..* "A.11I' !: 'tRLAC."l.1

CMptor. I.J It r..Jtf'd aM for the life of him hel minced in wearing a look of critical !- !: TIP''
t.- M k..... a C-"t hi ItIIwaII. \ .- uUlnt .help, fe.-Itrtt| a whole. lotbMTd. suflering. She stopped dis- bad '.1<"161' adrertwrv wttb i.d..r _'
... ... |c distance AdvcrtUemaota aids thia bmciilr heir adrrrr.e.-
.en ..w: HirwTW I tractingly a hip's : away will b. Inserted la Tb. Cltuen at count may
.... yw .$4. air a gill 1t"fITLi r.>. D.f fcfirlrlr, "Ifealry<< you're from Hzalev.Ilealey ] the rat. of 2c a word for each !.- cbargm.ft .
', ''''1 thQ s4 tC, rj ,y or just crafty. *t looked hurried. "!Till ertlou.. but the minimum chaiv fur lIa.... 41MM UKAHII ";
'vr : ....... .. .'
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1 1 "' the drat IS word or !I. I. puo.i..e.o.I row
p I i I, Miry crntuir-l. the (ln.-ult with you take the job. JiggerMaybe. ? ,. Ie. b. In Th. CitUau office t."f..r. II'
1 '4y sMrgsL tVc 'a 'rot.Ut'' unruft1t>d. prtpo -: I'll think on it." :':'word Tbe rate and for the Wackier-minimum >baric r* fvr ueiork, I. .... .......n'.. on the dap.
....1 I a 4.1 fair ..* .... "* 'M """u ly sunny Then "Will you Lt'r-1 I. *'Ok.y. Let me know when tbs first IS ....d. !la 15. of ..abU...".....
N.r..rt.d I .. ..., t'ittlft AnJ for irKT""; you've made your mind up. Now \
M .. tbM ...... .lIP"Ii ,ucriC'It-u.I ly."F.'t. '1 beat I U: out cf here. I'm in confer- All adTcrtlilnc 'la aeaeptod anger th. fvllowln* _. eli i.LJ I 1..... ; .1{i ecG' .. .. ..,'error in adrtrtialad< wannent or ClI.t.1'b.. :'U_.. '"lit ...
.... Ia.... ........ .. slid
mi i in
"""'Y aM "Tb ;, reapwnaibl only fur tile tint ib.ert.oa 'In l-I.If. aa >
.1.U.4. ,.. f I t Ihreatenin. note In yourJw I i I Jigger went toward the door Display ad.ertr.ibg l foe: only the acta-al air.vunt of pac. w.-cupird' b/ tl.
N ''k.lfy heiN/.i.etu.t. .rIwli tle*. Knd out who. wrote. it. Illliterally. ,,, thinking. A grasp away from the part <*f ttia adT rtlaemebt wb.... It,. .tror oeare.a . .. .. ..,..Ik.l.y. site W.1...y."gets' ctarvd.." Ills mood I 1 docrkncb last question he turned Healey.: calling** "One I I . .- .- .- -. -. ..- -. .-U -. -. .- .- -. -. r -. -- -- ItU
... .. ..... .
sad. Pis a L "Thoueht death didn'tn "Let's have it." HELP WANTED HELP w A )};;FEMALE
drawl old sLaii.ftl .is 11Ift. .- a UHnc41 >'o tu7"I ; !I "There' a guy tagging me. MALE OR I
I This minute' it doc %*-nt theofc" Tagged me here. Looks like across FEMALE .
Waitress. Ponce B..rBQ.f"l
ltt..rk, ... ...k.d Iftt. : I between King Kong and Apply I
.w...... MM '1:%ti> etl.. TrrhatM.. Ill lot you know.,,, Uaris Karloff. Recognize the guy ):!1-3&-:
.*, t ha.. *w. MW *ft..... Jiotau l..kcJ'rpl.'xt'd., "Were I from the de crption; ?" THE: INVESTORS SYNDICATE
....... iRs/ ..... ...., .. >uu rktwmnc: w hen you confessed 1 1.Trd :I.I, The answer was prompt. "Sure. < GROUP Intelligent. neat girl. Must apiny:
tI.... UM...1 1. a lit pl.yer I INf. V ln...;?" j i Fits every leading: than who eve ,I in person. Good hours.; Even-
... 1. .... .....ka .IIP. ",..." Th smile was. faint di- I worked for me." : .
!! Pilkington Studio, 509:; SouiL-!
i with assets of half billion dollars '
wssr. M.1.rf u..PyOr th TI. brunette
a appr rim qutcklr. "I'm ? origi- ,,f : slid closer to Hea
S.44.4. ..... I Iitht I .....r'J her n*tr .! the t hundred per cent ley as Jigger slammed: the door has opening in Monroe County ard. Cl b..-.t'ft MJii.t Alit a .... .---c. Or dry.IWy r*.4i." i I i; behind! him. l I for exclusive representative ,
I I "Whllt'. that?" I I i I man or woman. Applicant HELP WANTEDMALECombination
ftr""' .Ytw *.I! tN'.-hundrtd rer rent of 09JTSIDE. a light! rain blew ob- i must be permanent resident I'
*.*) **air !:- wWTtnt f.. a a fl.t> tw w to tn,'.tinjt ana?l II.! i, into the faces of I I i well and favorably known and clerk and salesman.
/t.Kwf -... TW shoe tolls and 1 make a big pedestrians. In the corner store Ambitious. Good promotion.
Uaan.4ftUr. W prowl. :1' Jigger slithered into a phone i j earning or capable or earning: i .
KM! fire frtl.l .1.N Apply Cabrera's Wholesale
Sry *.& .rMriil. ...1 a rU.Jn .i SitfipM the how a a hit-and booth. ( substantial income. Might con i ii
.....9 you hive to pjy oft" j I I Red's measured amenities i i cider part-time repll' ntation.I' Grocery Inc., in person.
The. faint ..n..1.a.* on and raftagain. changed abruptly. "You trying; tom ; Outline fully education business jan29-tf
Lt a.1..... -0.. want ta -
TK l lands fused at the "
neuver me up .the river!
.... b.lln' > ctuntarh. Hc.lcy re- ,!! The vigor of it snapped Jigger's I end sales experience in Young men ((3)) under 23 to travel
.u, fceJ1 make the how letter to 412 Olympia Bids Miami .
sure! flops. fatigue, made him alert.Now i I locally; also New York. New
fled .r n .M liven if I have to keep the theaterrtiausftty Fla. feb23-3t ;
whaddaya about i
; grousing ?
< ifl. Orleans Texas California amt 1
IIi s-1t ,.U. wb.lai ... and bring: the whole; I "Fowler. He phooed." A calamitous : ,
...... 'hwA W I return. Permanent position.
l HMJf rat down with pneumonia wail. "Here." :
a% >.ark" Ottea- 1| ""Swell. What'd he ?" JU:1fT good pay, rapid advancement
**.* 94r. *MMM 4y. 1ft. \a/l. 'hlt" .-"4l 1 me you're till get- I "Swell! The guy's say retrial i with leading plastic cote Sec
lid. .f Red Crick Garage, 40 x 120:
sr.Im ttiif by with if: 'I I I
away from being a condemned Mr. Currie Paramount HI.le1.
1 : I tII a fhnk. 1 "No. Uun't Vied to any more. murderer. Available March 1. Phone 798! I'
Will you consider now' If' out of write.,
my town
..... ,
b..g. '
Fin ctuikmi. r..bnd. the' douah & Mr. Herman. febI4tf'
i ..... .. .... .....'" -1 11M 1f r>nK in I pcit hell ion do- A "Where the : : Can also. place (experienced)
......- Mien you get giving a guy crew_ and district
what the managers
.. I *i confession. 1'ke that my phone number! 4-room furnished house. Rcsponsible I'
i.eWb f.rT. I "I just gave him the adciresf. managers, organizers. Miami.
Phone 478-W.
.M Ma couple only.
.. f1\i you an idea how I lie the Fla. feb7-7t
........., .... ydf _".M'" l loOmka.J.J er.eiv.u-s. the got book. However phone number well, out into o? Afttr 6 p.m. feb23-3tx
..... N a l-- ..." We.y guy w rw pL -el dol.Idr all go 1
ever )t a that later. What'd Fowler Man for part-time survey xvorh!
'"/ alAr.. Then with me r..tiM be behind the4.k44 -ay':'' APARTMENTS: FOR RENT .
N for national organization. No ,
4t.ct ayw. 04 my life. Ort it. I!IWe'I gq into it now!" Anguished -
: :' .wIA t b.l.ef "L'h l uH." Jltfrr: rorhti.livrrl., tones. "My phone's been New", four-room furnished selling or canvassing. Good
E Ray it k t steal.y .... .. lull' diRkul: totUir. tapped!" i large pay pleasant work. Give back-
Maid new ** a t type in 'Tapped?" The significance of I apartment Vetrly lease $100 ground and state hours .nJ!
aa.w4. I... /M1a JV e fV m>.t-linite: 1 experien-e.: it n.n i j per month. First and las 'I Ii
.. through Jigger's conicioui-; ; days available. Write Bex
!:ElM AF.s........r. I.' M ..d. tTbre w re horp rjip, on the fleas The IFNS phone had been i i month in advance. Phon- 1t.!I: !
'N ...... ..... ... MHS, c/o Citi/en. fib21-3tx:
t art *. Y. ..-.>r opened toil a tapped, was! I.pped.Vas !I feb21-3t r
*. piw..4 ..b H.. .. |. a'"< in IIf d tot iM> >*r ..... .iTi.Xiit. MIi alertly sullenly 'creamingUMneljr. right now! centrally 1 I i Ii i ROOMS ,OR RENT
Mg|a kAB A pp* 'Il av i n** A.arr.raR te.-T The irk spl.itte rod 'blot- Red
j you've got to meet me!" i!i .
1940 Nash sedan 1940 DeSoli
r.RMaa.f ran I tw MI IM) w jll.. TiM dor closed I I I "Where" Red sounded utterly Light housekeeping rooms from
Mir. r aa |w. f*.*4 4 fort-:ttatiet p'INIPIt."J' [I wretched::: II,I coupe. Both extra clean. Price |
t......."''''*. "T..M those!' monkeys -'i: A dreary silence dragged. Then. very reasonable. Monroe Mo $10 to $15 per week. 411 Wil-
.i-f.. ,tIt ,not. U tiy out :anle.a 1 aid picking his words "The beanery I Ii 1 to!'!'. Inc. feLlI-I I liam Street febC-2CJx
...* I! N.traid PMVe iA*" ,i with bluebirds painted ______ ________ ___ __ j I
in the --
......... ..... d.. ..R r ..+., ;4' T. dos. opened and the I.H ceiling." FOR LEASE: '
Arf. .bra JM,! L e. ...._ Ln&ocUc with the tCif.vt ;:.r"/Ii ilcFucrlcs' T. M C.DU..t U :40ft. oceanfront. Stock Island {;
,i. Heady for cabins, hotel rcsijdence. i iI'
-- - I I I' Bargain. Write Box ii j Lease new furnished fishing;::

u-e the gallery. Cyril Marshall 1 i!i VI.A.R.. Citizen. feba-tf lodge on ocean. Phone 546 or
iz Shown I 667-J. jan2fl-tf! ;
4\Fas.; Paintings lor arranging the exhibition, the I
Misses Sarah and ULnda Bowser umbing: supplies, complete :;
for assistjnce.: Miss Gertrude stock. Plastic tie] paints and j jbnishes. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE -.j; I rr- If
In Key Feat I 1 Hv Audubon Society() Laubsc-hf: ) for publicity help. Mrs. I Murray's Plumbing 1

.. .. .. Lee H. Goddard for arranging 1532 N.W. C2nd Street Miami For any kind of property i in Key
AMCO COLLECTION MAY BC: Fla. Phone 7-3421. febl-tfi West. be it home hotel moieis
|r ; supervision, and Mrs. E. W. Stark i iI : ,
.t or business!" l location,. cunuutPdul
for scheduling visits of school
1CWU: AT OLD ULAXD: 0.,....,. I;>rftn. Uu-U-n and Bar- I t-mldren by classes. I'I 3cauiiful hotel site on Garrison; Bovsen. P2G(; Fleming Sl._ I

...,tttf11 1 Mi Gruwold. vttrep \;- Bight. 80-ft. waterfront. Ripari i I Phone 153. fel:!-24lx'
pa..M.1, apt'err tun i ," on Lm- I I. an right. Bargain. Write ,
TH ii.Il. III: tre ..uru-t). to an anonynrf 'F irii/ Pastor At W.A.R. Citizen. febS-tf Choice lot for sale. Finest !t..-(;!- \

r.wiu. ..riur wh,.. *> a warn : tion. close to ocean. Residential : -
Jta a Malted .vllwfel .AM! .<4MajBB It....ti| (4 I IJt I't l Lad iiu.>eH Ill'/ Baptist Church I'Baby chick Apply 1013 Watson. ;: IT apartments. Very rea::

f_.,... | tn4% *44fb l |ai i.II |..a.Ue to King tae: di Ur.:;. reb O-8tx sonable. Phone 793. febl3-tf

i. air .44 .*....* ..4 lIMIt ..<-rrMI UMhrd lkfti'm .ri I p mini:.* .u The Rev. W. K. E. James of

piAl1.A. r1.*." .......- Kay. H'.rt He cer> d the ba.Hirtce : .-- Tu caloosa. Ala.. and a former ,2 tricycles 2 ]10-gallon kerosene 1 1I WANTED TO Bt"i
> .|ii bn M *r UM ....n4 .\.t a* a ?I\.I! ,,_liral ntficvrrrMif pi-stor of the First Baptist Church I pressure tanks. 2 oil btirn.ry

..rtin %'.!.-. MMI/ "..........V.. g here. wh in memory of of Key West, preached ut the I! suitable! for pressing:! machine.I Old fashioned dolls button:, nil -

........ lid' .... a. ..4titi the I){ 1'itt.K. id. fNunllO'ut fHiucal-:: evening worship; services of the II I 1 Los''' 2 -in. bicycle.: SIO.OO/ lamps. etc, for collection. Writeat

....... es i Alah.l.e !4r..i ., ,,,,"' i+de" ;;.tlC.n- 1'K.vl church last Sunday. ; J. D. Boarnp. rear 514 Margaret : once to Mixdorf.: Cottage:

...rot a. IR ..- ... ... t$..M. ..t. .haul l ,irM ..>..-.h"n\ ..hif HI.v. Jaine.- was pastor t>f ihu i St. fcb23-3tx'' Court Key West Fla. """'

1....... T....... ...... .. .pr "intate iiieanj uf t pressing! First Baptist Church here from I 1 febl8-CtX.:

... .. .fMrw .Mwb .... In- eil.etkat| ant t .tin. 1925: to 19:;. and Ls here now foi 13 kingfish boat. Chrysler Cro\vr I II I

load air .i....uI eel. N Mf (rr.>wtd.t |ptdr.teti i .ut t!\Jt ;a brief rciion and to tl<> some I motor excellent condition, fill- '1 Will pay cash for reasonably: .
i &::::: .etlMie.yarlus.. ... .. INh. <.lMtM. .n :. bins held i fUhing.! I'' Iv quipped. 1200.00 cash i ij I priced business site situated

p.. 1I d the fa.r.1 ...... ..vt. u !We"! ;". It...., the tlt-itcr; I Inquire Sun and Sand: Club I between old and new highways i
1... -'- /'wise I. TI.N..Ua. 1_. .1*.... a r<.ie J.."hn J.Art.. >ienterUiilHil fsb23-fi!> tI t between: Lake Surprise er 1..1

......... aaln.t M.......fns4i !.,>.. w a I in 1K32. ())11'I''l t(1 Cast I I! Rook Harbor. Mrs. :M. Cot- '

M. wbl .4... ... lb.a ... ..... PeA hr %i*ivti the IT<.rida Keys I j 194C Whizrer motor bike. Go .c! tech Box 562. Route 2. Miami.
.**.( ....m..' OH- Client \Vhitvllenfi. Slwtvs'( Sketches 'I condition. Phone 117G-M. 114-i|![ Floi ida. feb2J-3tx;
4_ rMeM "..t rr vhich !I.. ruinMxl witntifH D Poincicna. feb2I-3t I

...... ...... ...... hl.trrM It.I ..-.. -.Hv. t.'Jut....(' : o w ned Fourteen members of the 'cast" I j I!I! Top cash for washing machines.unv .
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W I M I MMwk n.1... A...ll II l III a M..'<... .>n.1 l lh- Kev WtQi'ail; the operetta "The Forest i New two.bedroom home on 60' condition. Mr. Cohen!:!

'f' ..... .hw .-... Ht........ !>!".. hMh nln>l .pt.-ro to Prince" entertained with sketches: I x 88' lot. Tile bath kitchen : 1478. fcb2fStxMISCELLANEOUS :
... .... I'+; fiom the production at the regular -
p... M .f" Nis basal 1wdl.tadt rrrrwt ,
and closets. --
.. II .... tlunkttl 111' Jec.e meeting of the Key %West porch. Spacious
Mob .. Mir Rini.; Ih > '
Located 500 feet from beaches. !
.4N fit- ..m .,..... )'ret.4i.ed &.0.. ,.t P.Mtri N.-.".n fur pet,mission to Lion the Den Club: on held Seminary last Thursdayat street. I 11500. J. M. Fernandez I

'The Forest Prince" will be Phone 831W. feb21-5:! :% '! Washers, irons, vacuums and

.. presented in the auditorium of ;; fans repaired. O'Briant. Phone

/Vom Stccdcn West School] this Oprn. Inspect S10500 new two- 1164-M. fcb2-tf
the Key High I i ________ __ ___
week. Thursday and Friday under bedroom home, CBS construction :
a.d the direction of r.ts':: Marjorie on corner lot 60 x :83 nejir For guaranteed plumbing anj ref -
Coburn of the High School "I I bathing hcsch. Half cash bul- pairs. Free estimate. Call!l
U r John Curry 512] :Margaret St_ r
./ Music Department.: nee! ten year mortgage. North;
Phone 781. feh7-llt
east corner Leon: and

I l Resigns Position fcb20tx ; Dressmaking and alteration.: Il

Work guaranteed. 1017] Mar.
Three rooms furniture. Good con I 1
1 r iy r Miss Gloria M. Acevedo. of dition. $130. Pots, pans dishes garet Street. fcb23-G, ?

Porter place, resigned her position curtains. 25-1 Poinciana.
; as a clerk-typist in the office fcb2I-3tx |
---'r of City Comptroller Charles
,_ Four folded bills
amounting to
Robert last Friday it was: announced Box spring innerspring matt less: ;
r today. No successor to and unfinished bed. $35.: Also : $50.00 near Victory :Market.
Reward if returned to ]1203:
her has yet been named. crib and mattress, $10. T. L.
Baker. 1003 Division Street. Virginia St. feb23-2ts:
The Board of City Civil Service -
will meet at 10 a. In. Thurs- I Apt. 6. fcb21-3lx
day to make arrangements for t Between 822 Eaton street and
conducting examinations for the i9.J8T '- r 6 Ford. 2900( )mileage.; Duval street. Gray Waterman's! ;

f positions of bookkeeper and ; $:!.OOO. II.G0 Citicn.feb24: : Pen. If found please call' ITii.;

trt c-erk-typb! in the city office. -3tx _. _C'b213th _.;:
Lee M. Goddard. executive sec- ,l-- h

I retary of the board, said .today. I NOW OPEN)

Alcatraz: Island near San Francisco
A. Clonijtlflfly: \nr Organization
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:'f, or THC errant HtOM FILES or 711 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 .............................................. ........ ........ ..............................e..e.s.....s.s: :-. !

/ m. it. tutl Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS. .. :If It Is Electrical ? REPAIR TTt POOR OLD CRAIGService I
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wart.. th* fhtklrrs. .he. dally. Electrical : Yean Experience in Electrical Work /. Station i i
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.. .* .1. hHh opt ..5 : Ice Cream .Proprietary Medicine : NEIL S AUNDERS : Free Pick: -Up and iu.i'rK:
MM a r f ac-mal. wrrks und -' : ; : Oveneaa H.IstII "..... 14.
... J Sick Delivery : :
lfc par.. .f thr depart.'V : Room Supplies School, Supplies : ;
MIN awl i the fw.t *f this week. Juf S Toilet Preparation and Article :' S !SUITS fur MEN : : DONALD BARBER !

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I 1 .\trail .to trine *4 Ihr munty: ", Exctiuitc Monroe County Distributor*'for : : PRITCHARD. : RUSSELL'S i : STELL'S .BEAUTY NOOK : 1
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Yt s.rd.y ;: Cirruit Clint in 123 PHONES HOME 1106 OLIVIA STREET : : Funeral Service : Operators : t
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1..k M.lhl. Thr purpllt," iun WILLIAM J. MYERS i CASH l:'\\0 A-t : t
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I" .... City lUM-ball.. .lxcu / :: GIRL Biggest BLOUSES.Bargains in Town on DRESSES.SLIPS.GIBSON ; Key West, Fla. BEAUTY SALON : ,
Tf. la I rfMMCh material' hrrr Int .. SLACKS. COTTON and CHENILLE : : Licensed i !
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/1.tr0 |.M> herd. In' a rnfM rt' I' hold aGw and efl.cta par. Atlantic Mutual t I Fire I Insurance Co. :. : On Old or New Floors-CALL U'.FOR AN ESTIMATE : Will Ship to Any Part ,. Wave .
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.., ,YIN f1Ynthly. hail 1111Lt. 112 naming St. R. M.Daniels. Prop. Phone 1013 ; -Top SOIL LOTS Cleared and HEDGE Trimmed. .T t I AJI$1..=..t I 1 1y
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.tart the CUaMfMd AdJ In The, : Also DAYTON BICYCLES and ; : SERVING Dinners 4) : : 411 Fleming Street : public by Senior Stedsata.t Sl. : ,
: : COMPLETE ; 919 Whitehead Street : t
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II : : Bring Your Radio for Repair : : ELECTRICAL MOTORS : 321 J Ol111; dill : N.uitv rultuie. do gad woe II at veer I... .. .*.. *i ,
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I WEIGHING IN OF() FISH I II For NCCS'Smoker' 4; t'L J .sa';? t' :1 I

I DE Ci11YE1 .1I .
II .r Entries to date for the smoker ,
I !!.. m ntfmi Tom to be held at the NCCS Service t

I I Valdezes Attend men's Club 1021 Duval street i 1
1KYt rarr MVTTOM Sdt1Vm .i I as reported today by Athletics F I rltrY

Chairman;) Joe Kaufman. SF lc, + > I 1 i j
Meeft B I Miami Boat Show who boxes at 205 lbs include } r 1

Hew. .*4tM...... .palir.. ? .* the i 4 It O Hodges MM 3:c, USS Noa, ;r
Dr. aDd Ura. J. A. Valdez and 1 1aiv (wgt 175)); iJimirue 1
INS .bin. City Fk4iMtg. Tourawtweett I I
MA. J_,. have returned after a Traicoff F 1c.! EPC 618 \ 4 r I
a. the official. weighing few dare '.ialt in Miami They (wgt 160)); j, 1

$e.MI MI BUMtam oil DI nt hatMMpetiM tmtd .t the boat abow and were II cr I 1
2 George Waisganrt. F 2:c, USS
Nd.4 U the number alw. toe' guests of Dr. and Mrs.Baantra Rich (wgt. 160)); j wie I

rate.* .Uu. Palmer and Dr. E. S. .. M
UfirtaUy en llmrh.HdtntaUjr.. Lucky Boyer, COX, 2'c.. US
..,..a. I I I I Base (wgt. 165t.: 1

n- Jareieui, ............. .f Ih. E. M. Ramirez, JrCM: 2c US t I

I iif Mni..>. -w .have .... of J.yrr*. by. were L. P. Artman.donated the '> .1'v' Sub Ease (wgt. I5-: ; I'I {
y MI ..ttrt+danr+ at Itrrent', entries to the tournament : t \ : Florentine Pascoh STM 2c; US srpi !1
... inriud 77 } Sub Case (wgt. l;i;)). I t.1P I
I.. i.# ., o/Mtas'.n W. wrtvtr a pound tarpon 1
UM. wvtshmt-Mi. and! caught. by 11. H. Mrltzer ofChiraso. All! Navy men 41nteresteJ in
.. wno U topoing boxing tr&inmg: arc welcome at
.i Hi ratrh in ru.Iw ra.IMI at the Caia Marina, hotel This 4 the NCCS on Wednesday even- r

wrtfc UH .......... weitn. .ma. .. wturb leads the tournament J ing from 7 to 8:30 t/cluck. Ring, 1:
Itkrp '
at ,... ............. h ....... WI. I'| in IU rlaiu to date, was: I 4y. ,1 jump ropes weidtt and speed :,. 1
.1 I ......hI off the rhartertjoat+ "Le- Q Aa hags, gloves hPidTans and _..;_ I t 1R
....... at u.. t.o.u .| *4 aM .tab .
Lib.t w4.ratra sit the char.fW .1 I ti" captained hy Jag Key. showers are available for trainees. .. w'ir.rhota I ,R I

Melwlrwrse'. Aca..1riMt..... Largest grouper to date wa --- BERNIE MOORE (above). vet- I

.* efcarter ...*.*. .hosts M.|. entered by Mr. E. C. Yagle of ran US.U. football coach. has i ,

"4 rMt Ute swag pruMHftrnt pans Philadelphia. Pennsylvania offtlK BASKETBALLSCHEDULE I been named Southeastern Conference ; ..5.. .
date.. .in it. luunummt.CaM I I, rtiarterboat -Ondy-Mae.. uf I commissioner after being I t
*... .. lhee. boats .haw I eaptained' by M. J. Grant. recommended by conference I A WANDERING: FOX invaded Billy Krirreeh't ,.....* fa4'

!...m I. reaJtvr. the .benefit* that I I A motion snapper, the first coaches. His selection at Hammond. Iad but has become a prwoner a.HM 4 .... win I Iof

.., t. term. fc. Key Wert and ...)* entered. in the tournament 4 at conference a chicken cocp because he wasn't at smart a. ....* are tf? 1
came Saturday
tk..P>."tvta IMMI entering every U date. weighing 14 pounds wtenteted Sponsored by City Recreation Ala. posed to be. Billy 7. ran out in his here feet end ...>... tr.<

rttofc. tn Ik.* ............. I...... by Walter 1L Corvinfinn Department i meeting in Birmingham. Reynard unto the coop. The boy held his pet r*.*.e. wM. ..
ftW..rv lush. they. felt the calrhH of Akron Ohio. Mr. Cur- I Moore succeeds Acting Ccm

...| a fair. rtkanee .4 winning a vmgUm was 'Itching from one of -' I \,. '>!1I -.,,, HIGH SCHOOL GYM' missioner N. W. Dougherty of crowing attracted the fox I
the inttch, ( Games) the University of Tennessee.
pew they wvwM not enruiirage" navy brats are uffirudly Night i iTO
M.ahy.. llavinc. ren the sample entered in the tournament.The COACH WALTER BOWLAND. 27-year-old ex-Marine whose: r/.AT. Staff Gives Da ''* Pn\ for CJt'Mmt:
.4 ta.. etUlM awarded fur funUi judging tvninultcc ha re- i armed feud with the Ku Klux Klan has been widely reported. IGIIT-

al v. te Hwnimum weight. and que tnl l that e\-ery nt-.tant pcses; with his wife at their home in Lakeview. Ga.. Friday. J'OOGirls' Game: High School The Weather 1

ew.nA l Ion t.vw.ldrnnwewnls"" .4 put his official registration numbfr. 1 Bowland said he plans to fight what he called attempts to fire Varsity v -B" Girls. ,

...." ftatntftM want them as indicated on his pink regi.ttatKm him from his job as coach at Lakevicw High School. Miss Ruth COW: --LTC 618 \rs$ti, Utachcombtrs 1
l,_ KM thr./.r nffirr and Stars. card on every entry I Williams. Caioosa County superintendent of. schools said ho FORECASTKey

M.,r ... *p.irr.t.ttnB their. a.I.l lv form' fikd. If the catch is made I would be suspended "very shortly" because of'"all; this disgraceful 9:00-Independents: vs. Sonar'I West and icinity: Partly 1
". value lirh riuini nut 'from an officially' entered char. .
publicity. S' showers
t iioox cloudy with scattered 1
.... lewe the full 1 details U the terboat or navy boat only the FDNESDAV the
today. Wednesday
in area
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t.h tt..*.4. Urt abu. the namrand name of the vewtl. is required I ,
7 00 Girl., Game School Moderate to fresh
: ; : High partly cloudy :
.4 the .t.arkt bid rte npo l>wt all other. mu t supply their bull 18" long Stripped baa was y ttrll.4T ..<.!' II B:
"B" Girls C.Y.C. easterly winds through Wednis
..... Three flI4II..... .......... In offtcul/ rerUtration: number the, luix. I II It Vs. 1
8:(X>-C.Y.C_ Boys vs. Naval day. Little change in temperature -
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.................................., I From Captain M. J. Grant's >:OC-.Iiu's; Sfort Shop vs. Mat -I Florida: Mostly cloudy today I K
charter boat Cindy Mae", Mrs. '! I I 1
J Illoiids .
Among mes. j I and tonight with occasional showers
|.I.f .f I tly t'ttftlnf' TiMiriMMHrnf Report i A. J. Avetta caught a 44-pound'j '! i 'fUUnSDAY7OOGil"ls'- over southeast: coastal I section 1

j ..mll'rj'l'k. 49 inches long, with Netr (;Iliredllls; Game
( ; : High School] | Showers north portion.
'a girth of 24"She used a split C.Y.C. ,I 1
WAILS AND SCALES Varsity vs. partly cloudy south portion
| l IJ aml... pole with Pfluegt 4/0 SYDNEY.-AP( ). Bobby 'fJO--H'adll"ornl'rs: vs. C.Y.C.1 1 I Wednesday Cooler south portion 1OON1.FORGET 1
I nt-1 and live bait. Mrs. Atti: i is Boys today. Warner all section. ,,.
Br JACK DELANCY I} from GU. 1 a.I ; Cibbcs. Australian aerial 900-; :roar vs. ASR Wedne.:day. Leading the way the entire staff .f the failed \j-s: s B-O. .....< }
trader is doinq bin business : 1.j I day's to the United Milan \,,.. far '''at4ft'. ,IXAt. I.
..................................... i !i : Jacksonville through Florida one pay drhe .I.Ul..UIlM. I
which started its \vorld-wide .r Ca leWvaff.
also submitj Guinean with ,
Three entries are New : asaatt rt
| amcng I
Straits Small Craft Warnings .
WAILS I IIf I lar no tmnefish have liven entered : Signing up are (kit U right,.....t r.w I J. AsMUat: ihe ..........m of the -l aura I Iaw I j Iled I by Captain Reggie boat Trevor lipstick and peroxide. How I Stand I I displayed uouth of Jacksonville to Byron Price (administration). Henri a.a.cwr rrUII). Jtrkadf ..... ;, %
the charter "Osprey They
.wli ..1" raw at UM. Kwb-'' ._ : Gibbes: savs New Stuart Northeast to east winds lev (security; council) and (tatk mewl) Iran: Kern* i,,11: All of the catchestr. fresh to moderately strong over servkes) C....'. ttiil. a4
caw H..f rMwkl unljr btin :SCALES:: and women alike. use: Recreation Vaagban (sencral BeaiamtM) r
| i bunts caught on Elmon Wooelrods I City Department north portion and moderate to Ache OrdiD Director .f the ailed Nat:... Appeal IM tlMfctre. |
i.i4ed. in ...e crescents out in Here are Mime entries that have 5' (P with 12-ounce lipsticks for war paint on' i Basketball League
long 1 fresh south portion today
.... duubt. that Uen I tribal ceromcnitr-occasious.. oyer ..
tK te no repotted to the committee: tips, and 16" butts, Penn SentorreeU I II and tooSg"ht becoming moderate .
"' artir.Hjr rvetjrvnr would go in the pact couple of days: I Hundreds of gallons of -
Princes Pat line, size 24 to fresh; east to south all sectionsWedntodaj
Irh..g. I Mr*. F. T. Jewell, aboard the I All the catches weer made with peroxide. he savs. have been Class "A" '. Mostly cloudy today I JANE and SHINE
<}....|.. Curry a tortfcreprr at Franklin J. Wierere' charter boat cut bait : eagerly: bought! -h? Jho ,wen Club Won Lost I I and tonight with occasional ':
Nr. tU... slums. M, lle'U nonewet -lleu M"\KU". caught an amberjack Mrs. Earl C. Kunny from Miami tc bleach their' hair..\ Bub's SPOI.tirShop, 7' 1oca I showers south portion. Partly \ya BERTHA avritarSpray
... the d. doges .> 43 ( Chit".n':: Marines S 3 SI',.:. .J.JI Il1tau I I.
etching pounds
pier every { using Fla: ., r\ght.a 16 3 !-poundtboniiaT ,, cloudy south po.tion, showers I TAKE YOUR ,
hash. hat MM! d h>..... taI. kto t}1 1 rod with"*! 9ouncttiptaocl a' jT Inches T1ng with: at ,"sr.I"srP. "!yWestTransit; S 3 north portion Wednesday I Job with every G.... .i sal

... w gw (r.tM.-. renal),.. first |I:14" butt with No. 14 linen thread girth of 18'i; Earl C. Kunny 'f I. .. aeSchool 5 2 East Gulf: Northeast to east DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE Oil Chary. fe4. We wttt. ales I
knew the thrlof line Live bait ust'tJ.l Mrs.Jeiftrtt Md.. caught, a t'lr'onVcigh: ;: i .' 13M 4 -I WITH YOU WHEN APPLYING FOB
NN.g VMM rrew in / wa caught a 13'!,:'-pound bomta 31'i | winds fresh over north portion check >*H.ry, lea keM. .**. t
Lidding. .Us.kid. K.MnK to i| M. from Bellows Falls, I inches with a girth of 18',4 inch i ies. 39 pounds, with a girth of 27 i Independents I I 'i I moderate: over south portion to- GI BENEFITS ATvoyR VA cxnaM94 later' tire. trammt..t.. and Herr
iMHrn, WMitld dr if> then. .lini i Vermont. and Mrs. George M. Wehner.'I|I inches and 52 inches in length. ASH 7 0 1 day becoming moderate to fresh end We have the tateM .....msM ,
town the I IUhMMkl W. II Canterbury, from Beckley i!i The catch was made: from Copt Class 'B"Club southeast all -
pee t of Milwaukee Wisc caught a I I east to over sections fer cl-eclrift9 c.ibu ev b.NaE'Ma
lUneurk.. who "-talk West Virginia, from. aboardCrptran i l 11lz-poum.I\ bomta, with a girth::, W. E. Deireritt's charter twat"Evelyn" Won Lost tonight and Wednesday. 111Th spark I"9I., .lg.esi'n. Nag'yreaiwr ,

a (..t! teals say and. pn....U sal j iloy Gonzales charter of 17 J-4'. and 29'2" kng :'.1 EPC 618 6 2 I Weather partly cloudy south portion j1DMIf1WI and etilg. In tw. has 1
.. baal -Sailf...h" ;' Mrs. Wilson also bropght to Beachcombers 5 3 n
tin's. | ran caleb them i* a caught a 12 *- and mostly cloudy over for "rfed"r
.... /n..l.t lie en catch fish pound mutton 'h lp r.28IZ" : guff a 16--'pound' jewfi\n.\; Junior Conchs 4. 4 I north portion. DZLAY. PHONC: lift .9.rmcill ,

bit,a...... oayttmw wing .nJ > long with a girth of 21..". using WAILS I; Naval l Ordnance; 4 5 Small Craft Warnings are be-
led. III a.... IB-thread. linen I line. with a Penn1Senator I About the sorriest excuse: advanced 1 Roy Keller from Ft. Wayne, C.Y.C. 3 '5 I ing displayed from Jacksonville I -
..k VlHaieaL who hat also reel) and strip bait so far during the fishing i I Indiana caught a 25 pound bar- Key West Electric! 3 6 south to Stuart. tttl""' abt ,

had ....... hi.| k at catching fish. A 21.puund amberjack wa tournament was told to me yes- : racuda, 57 inches Ions;! with an Can't Sit IfU
i' who fishes i 18 inch from the "CindMae" fish 14 inches Report 1
girth 52
.., "brtler playing basketball.. caught by Irving Abramson. ui' terday by a man quitea I ; pound jew !
bit fiom a small boat he owns with Captain It!. J. Grunt lung v M tM*.WH. but He due* 1>..n. l ttenun.. N J. from aboard. I Key ;- if ;. : c.ct nttDfll ,
.m in... UidureMniMi Captain Hoy Putters charter boat i I lie was telling me about the I aboard also taken b. Mr. Brunner. : tObservation taken at City Office AIftJ TINT 4M I IQre.t UII
mess: he caught Sunday just off i, Also from aboard: CaptainGrants In the case of the jewish, and 8:30 AM.. EST)
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sn.kyl r..| N a du>ciple' ofl f fCWi "Ku l> The amberjack measured -I. r .4P.Li
'I In'2" the boul:\'ard. I asked him if i i charter boat. a 42-pound since' we have already reported a 1 .... -. I ..e ... ..._
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... ry tlie men 42'j" long with a girth of Temperature .
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he had caught big ones and caught by Mr Kcller 310 I 'I I ,
any grouper winner at pounds. it is only
>*...... H aM 1 lie ran ratrti then. The cittth was made on ; I i Highest yesterday :CO; .. .. .
upon receiving a rtply: in the af- fair to swt that these were I 71 .. .. . ...
flea .IMH he hk*. tw catch rra.'- a steel I nod l with an lounn.tip., I ( Lowest last night .. t'r _
rip _
t I firnvitive asked why didn he cauht'llh rod and reel and u.- I. r ,
!! I 76 ._ .
r..Ktle and u butt .I 22". Grunt wa the .1 Mean .q i I .
: inter it in thc contest. he answered -I Captain Reggie Tn\or's charter not hand-linos The jewfish that is... ,
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|V"rrw",i M merely an I hail Normal :
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The Rom in' 'h"r it ikt n t.t1. .
tellOU the truth. bo II" p
;it Ospre\ the ending ,
.. ....l..kty but lu it : reported won a trophy in period '-". .r P ..... .
MMe*-* J put WWW I PrecipitationTotal ', .
it" catches--a in S.vit/ci, I lanj; i I' -.It; .. .
I I|II did not think about two 25-pound ban aJ Ft'bi u 'rv i 3 was entered in -.5u. -
M Isis wwn ....... "Ttiere'a wmwJtjr I Captain- William W. Brown's last 24 hours .00 ins. of Italfn amt i Cot"; ., .,
Here have committee J cuda. 52 inches long with the Class "D" which "
....... ....... /wl. el I torwelly rliarur I boat "La Dean" came in you a a girth tournament i Total this month T. ins. --. -- -- : ..: ; .. ,
the "feet off" themselves of 18 inches caught Otto A. r1for fish handlines p.w .
...... swakrs t..i ....1 nn with.. three entries. 1. A 1C-Ib. r I, working :' by !o caught by !I Departure this month -1.15: ins_ Subscribe. to Tin. ("il" ', n I... M r." :. ..z.' 1
.1 I. to put across a fishing 'Brunner. of Miami Fla.. and only.
i trying o.
L.n.d barracuda. 44 7-8" long, with a i, j- -. I Total this year 1.12 ins.
I tournament, not only loi the vu>!- I .
a a girth of 1C". caught with 21- : Departure this year122 ins.
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but for the OVER FIGHTER
: to the Island City
UUtna .ay.. -t..... them. thread. hewn line, on a Penn SenbU : !r Relative Humidityat .
local residents E well they
..... Hose ...,......" he'll.. take reel using stripped lit. The I I like that. 8:30 A.M. > ==== -.. \
t..... ..M tliey rt h *.... UM latch was made by C. R. Chandler i I offer an excuse far 1 66'% / Ti I BUS SERVICE% ,
The trophies so are going
&a... w... .* ... tlk blaiut I"" from Cedar Rapids Iowa I II L I. of BarometerSea xg Y .
and all know
out-of town us I
..... wten ydi rn iawe rhuk I 2. A yellow jack weighing 9': I II fishermen here Kev :' '. lt4J ( Level!) 8.30 A.M. i fe 'x
pound. 29i" long with a girthof we have ail 30.22 ins_-10234 mbs.Tomorrow's .
I who the ctiual of ,
West arc : anyanywhere \
"U'A..isn4.. K'..ni1y t r..nalfojo.: 17". was. caught by Ph vbeIU4nns in the country end so tot f Almanac R1ri1 \

-. t4i.. __ IINng .t Jetty. ex-\ i ", Streliluw. from Peoria, j far there have been only two Key I Sunrise 6;54 a.m. .
.* .. MM l.. .Mil I lieHiirkem. III Her catch: was niadc. with. i to enter. Sunset 6:27: p mMoonrise
people : .
......... a/ ....... them a Itaiiibmi pole with a C-otinct 7:45 p m ,

.tt*......,". the b*i-t.w diiver I lip. No. IS nylon thread using i I The fish are tht re. All you I i t Moon-et 7:47 a.m ,

f.r aft. rt.. U4Mi the rest .* tlieeew tripped liail. 3. From tow :same; | have to do is go after them and'! c4. .
d .. .he the IxMt Ceutge A de Baun taught 1
> < enigma it to the fishing tiairna' 1 I TIDES ,
....,..... ... the liM4din. .like toMI a !puund yellow j jack 28 3-4" I nx-nt committee 01 an official I II II Tomorrow

l.e any .wJ>jeet. .l-it not long, with a girth of 1C 5-8". using weighing station to lx.-rnIraeli- i I (Naval Base) RIDE
't lu.lewl'. AM..e .1., !. .lit- a bamboo; pole. with an 8- I giMe. I Y (Eastern Standard Time) THE IUS

.R It .t""**.' *M .** w< ounre tip equipped with l 15- | I I High Low

a a I thread luS iit nylon line Stripped For some nice catches, read I i 9:59 a.m. 3:22 .j m j I".",.,..,. I',, !! I
Maejr Ire Martin the (furl Fri butt wa-, UM-d. -SCALES" section below I 1 l 9:00: 2:16: pin I .
i the p.m. i'S
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.... ... ..v hMUmg. pays llw.. I14.u. .- I I, And I'd like to make a prediction : I PH,.cnr.AL ....
... laid A..wn tut .tut hu*- Captain Henry Wratlwrf.rd's"Seehawk' right now (a la Drew I ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I r.
| Cit.
.. He ami) l Ire submitted three en- I West
ksni& C. fe I Pearson): I believe that before Reference Station Key
slumping .verytirt Irieitwu," a."rpun..oo. a vail My 'rt+ Time of| Height ok ,
crosier *" j I this tournament is over some 11. '' von I. ; .s f", 'ty
......... get 'Inrsdrntally. ."Is-. !1 one is going to bring in a real SI.tJonTide high[ water t, r 1' .II .end ;; .' '." .
..wt *. 1r"....... U.e fir.l hip. The tai pmi wire caught by MI. winner. ahia Hondaohr.. ...... r- .. .. I ,
M M *4 .**M..P MMMle. .fnnii Key and. Mn Aithur' Sciiwarz, from r I I (bridge;: ) _10 mm. 0.0 ft. I ." j f 1

W... ... **"! !I" this. family toM NiU-i... MH-II, Sthwarz' tarpon I SCALES: .e .. 1o Name Key +2hr. ..: .
.e.. Ml..lnr.. Ml C ..ofgM TtieyfcftiMlty weighed<< 72'. pound;, was 5'zleet II H Meltzer Chicago, 111., a a (east side) -20 min.
e..MM enough !" ftll a lung with a girth of 30". H.scaUh t guest at the Casa Marina Hotel, 'i coca Chicaohr.. .

pal ..... was mode with a Calcutta: fishing aboard "Jakie" Key's (Sandy Point) 40 mm. j
wI pole" with a 2-ounce tip and a I chatter boat "Legion". caught at x. ra. e ter.A aldes Channelf2hr. 1

I tad MI saw .4 ,tIP wuttown Uitt 18" ling;. using. a Penn S.nat. I 77 pound tarpon 63 inches lung, .I (north end) 10min. +1.4 ft A city. n IWIII lya J"fJ
luhettnan. taughtil ; .* feel and ptl....,.>r line 21- ( oOo 1
l>.|iee wl e e a with a girth of 32 inches |I Prds4r.adr.
a..... .. bred U..iefi. "h and enM thieud 400 yardsMr t Grouper came in fur their (NOTE: be Minus subtracted.sign-corrections Plus" I n IH n' I '\ F \ IfP." ,

heed M the J.r. b Rupuertn ._ Scb..n caught a 32- share of glory too. From aboard' to Tr4ft.-.
..... T..".n.nienl. Vuu stay puund tarpon measuring 4' 4'i"I Capt. M. J. Grant's charter boat : t tutn-corrections: to be added.) hon !;,...... I"...'.'... ------- ,

Love 1.1'h, lists was lung with a girth ttt 23 inches "Cindy Mae", E. C. Yafile. t- +; M.-... J ...d I ..WP..ta..a ,
.... of )..I..n.lip .- Calcutta pule with a 2- r jminiiimimiunmimiiuiminmiuumuimmiufliuu
ea*> ........, .Iran artMimlK.y I r.igI. Mince lip and .a butt 18" long j pound grouper II

MM had the same size. tin And !j From Capt John Wist'>: charter .. _. .. _. TIE AITMAI MESS I N..I ..= lie 4
Thus .%4uNW .... I U-rn t.4d. ll.>atllwiv toed the MIIHT bait as* her lute boat Mae West". Arnett B - -- j PRINTING'Nimmiiimimuuuuiuiuimmimumuimimimmuj'
I C.f' \ .wsplotoTRAINER
will pfUj.bly awl .be ;.ny 1M...... Taylor, of Eustu.. Fla. caught a City 14wr1'.4.. ,
.*.. rf..ti efiirted. .ui our t..u1nrpact. William E. Pearson, from Wa I grouper weighing 50 pounds. 49 IZZY KLEIN (left) and an unidentified handler at. r.. Cm.. 1..1iil'j .- .''l sal

..... they" are nut caught ash. Ind. caught: a 48-pound inches long with a girth of 34 I tempt to revive New York fighter Sam Baroudi after he was j "PHQ/II/(51 Key West Transit Co., In:. I j J...SL** ISc

m the" water covered i by lIMo :area sailfish. 7 4" long with a girth i inches. knocked out in tenth and last round by Ezzard Charles of Cin- lit Wd fd J. W. Sellers. Manager m aimm mini !I

In ...*tnanie..t midst flow true ul :X) 3.4. He used a Calcutta I I I cinnati at Chicago Stadium Friday night. Baroudi was carried Ptsanr{ i(or,7.i :;,; 1 1/r

U... M. w. .... Mot LJ UW. but .o puk: with a 2.ounce tip :and a:. Mrs R. S. V/iLon: of D3.1lJ1 uncoruc: oas from the ring: and died later in a lotpitaL -------- -- .- ----.--- -- -.r -aT ,

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! I Wlmltoiis<<' ( Honored At Fiftieth .- Theser'ofrlerf" 1 Room MolJu'rs llosls To Faculty f; GUILTY PLE.V rot \'017"t! tl!tNt I

IiI I'' Golden Wedding Anniversary MUSICAL ROMANCEI I I 1 Of Division; ; St. EleelltarySchool

I Faculty of the Division Street from among the prays and repealed
I Elementary School was cntcri in groupings on v-alKj i=
ATTENDED IIU5 _\ND GIVES UP AMBITIONS At each: place was found an attractive .
EVENT HELD i I tamed at ValentineI
recently a
Point Plcusunters { gift and a Valentine favor -
HCHC: LAST )SATURDAY I i TO AID WIFE'S CAREER I I! Party given by the Room Moth- I Delicious refreshments appropriate -

Visiting On Island i I ers of the Parent-Teachers Association. to the occasion were
,, r ': served to the Room Mothers and

C In SaturrUy. frUuary. 2111.1 ),Ir. and Mr?. Joseph Vetrini.Mr. | At 3:311: clock that afternoon I their guests ,35
the teachers were invited to the Committees of the Room Moth
emit a -
Mra SUphrn Murrnui|! .
and Mrs Stephen Capcstro,
Whdlina. .......'t.l. tar fifiMthMMMvr i music room of the school where I ers who planned the entertainment r .
..Miry of lltrr marriage !i' and Miss Margaret Vctnni. all > tje Stt they were greeted bv the program were: tr.

of Point Pleasant New Jersey and j committee of th- Boom Decoration Committee Mrs.

.areas$1.11. i| Miss Rita Vctnni. a niece of Mr.j f Mothers. There. in a restive Valentine I I Edith Russell and Mrs. Edna I h

Dlay Sitar <4 Ihr Sea Catholic<<: ;: Pet r mi. of New York were in] "i sttting a <'plencJid program : Bratlv
w of entertainment was en- Gift CommitteeMrs.. Kathtrrme : -
tlHtrrfc. Frwisd.f and relatives the Island City for a short visit. I i jOYf c1.
.4 U,. and Vr. Whalton attend Mrs. Angel and Mrs.iI i ; t Winners of included Braun Mrs. Ella Johnson and # 555 j' .
Dclgado r contests played l I Mrs. Esther Pmder -
... tin- ..kirk Ma.. I
wharhtraa .
o at -
A n. Curry. 321 Pcacon, Lane Miss May Sands, Mr.. Josephine Program Committee-Mrs. Roy
hippy "'JUIIkmjoro friend of the New Jersey visitor : Diwiglitry. Mrs J Dorothy
% F.dward. Mrs Jennie Fay Bcrnldi -
a ..*.1 r .
prtvilrcr rwrrvrd :
byIbr yesterday showed the group Curry and Kill:. I":. 1I.lInilhm.( I \. and Mrs. Henry JcnksRcfirvhminU ,\
Chunk Ica f
tlxwr who haveaMskUd .
the sights around th; city. Mr. pr lWJlnl. I CnmmiltcMrsI :
littjr. ytrs wrridedlilr. Dilfiodo also> assisted in showing At the close tlr the >fnMl hour I Mrs. Ralph Shaver Mrs' It
Thr ffk brunt .
t of the Me. .
the visitors about town. t. the teachers w:n received' bv the Anne Montgomery: Mrs. Edith
i llr irn4'aI JI h John. I
i rr >*f> .
tails. !....... rMtMlurtert a etrrN Mrs. Curry's son. Archie is a refrevhmon'S- : eommiltaeanal wen I Hr>e. Mrs. Margaret Curry. Mrs.
resident of Point Pleasant wherehe escorted to the lun,'h n..n1. The John Nelson Mrs Mary, Ixc Mrs.
..IV .4 *t.I! which
HIT fMarrr
I .aa
u employed with the local wf: : tables dermtit.fl, wilh
the IIIIM! Nf tie Churns. protfafctt i e$ wear poinsettias | I Brin man. Mrs M
f H* Oiifr rn .*.-..i..... andIhr nrwipaper. the Ocean County! and t spray.4 l ffin with Mrs\ C. Sam IJ Curry. Mrs. Anna

Lawler.Thu. Orl-.hapl'll: | inoiif[ appearing Rosdin and Mrs. Gladys Roberts
.*.|.....*| ...* HirrUIiMC. Lkras- I

I hn.... M Mk. tlir iru pkkh.4I patty heft this morning on ) .- -- -- I ''r
...... .. ilireturn trip back to Palm q 'f "
.4 | thru in UK
Isway ...... .*.f-ww If t II I My. Cumtlw f\t"pch for a short time before ,: Colorful Sdinbti Nu umber To l" '(J/llrf' I
returning honx They were loud IA'I'IC IHJI7T; fVaruM "Bernie /'",f/ia III''
Nsws.w l .1 .&U.r .lrf<< *.. This IlfO sis (

....r IIwN14ryN. w awvewikd. 4.s.taa in their praise nf Key West andpawl assist from IUTir .tfWimRobert (;url n.s/.o/// I domin: er Junior; ''VO"U""S adult (:
| they hoped to return for anr'r i (rbnreli
.a ...) .. ......h t.rt-kil| i.' i
I i
......... .. a fMIi..1 )1.l r.r. Min > lengthy; it next ).ear. Br ADELAIDE KERR I. < I
a Iveliearsal: are now in their .
thi in" .....' n ..,kll.a.: ankh.aey i I
.... .. AP Newsfeatures Writer find pet iocl for the Junior Wontnis ,
tnnI. AViry Wires To j ,J(I Y("" f.s To Ill I "'('1
In tlir i vt-tiMwt. ....... ux t>i 1Y..HUSBAND and I never discussed putting my <; deerIlL : Club Cdbdirt which takes I THIRTEEN: YEAR.OLD HOWARD LANG kr .Min .. t .r )

MINT **'tllk a MtvHioft ova Give; LtinrheonNavy :I ahead of his." said Eunice. Podis. "He just I took U lor In Ni'ir C.lnhhonw': / :' Place in a few week I I Chicago's Criminal I Court S.. uMa/ a.r- < .. 'If" 1

brtrl. m M
..| M ry (I................. Again thultif Wivct Club NO; SO will j I I and. action that he wants that more'than anything else." .ttw "uuItT.i.Jrn'| : ..f the AIII'1.1 I ServiceYMCA .has. a.dd-1| I of a even.year old playmate. R.h iH h./r ..' a .n. .- !

>y |M.r M |*t,i- .liwt ,|irtulhnn .1of. hold. their monthly potluck : Miss.:Podis is a 26-year-old Cleveland pianist, who made Kay Wst Ii.nior C'hjnilK-r of a il I ,fiery coloiful Samba nil t j Julius Cordell (fitful J and Samuel Tt*> ,.. a JfJ .1

"thr .tMrt. lml kfMMfrvr w"l ti|.II'xi the ttirm! d>n In.. luncheon Wedneriay. February {i'I her New York debut at Town Hall last: year and won high acclaim Conner'.<.. .tti'ioiini-ol' I inlay I I heal to the show tote\ press rated( for tho'cdbciicl. M.rch. 5 for v hewing of cv.HM. brWtMtOI. ......a1 .. .r

vent pa.IMr Mid Mr. Whal- 21. 1943. at twelve noon. at the ; from critics. She had already built up a reputation in the i'cellar: l hu; The 'lovely \oice- of Kit ---
White 1 Hats( Club. Submarine I her home lown. Cleveland, and has played with the Cleveland "...,,1.1 Ire laid at the ; IW.sf.Wsinn ;
t*<.... a.,' ...|.....< j ; Bane. All wives. of enlisted per... and Chicago Symphony orchestras no A chil/noUM.' on J-l.glt l r j\f'nnI in "" MRANF U4&ATNt"A11 :
M| thri ....... ltot' Until. ?. wereirrrirrd :,; ."1'} ,.,' ,
.U M 4Mt Mary KiJUrWHI. cannel of the Nary Coast Guard : I rather than .ii. Ih:: Poino.mii hit tune that is sweeping the I ..

i i .IVintnttMl* Superior fromAllwity and Marine Corp* arc cordially .. Her husband is Robert Carl :I -'IIIiUIIIAIihIIIIIIhIialtWIhUIIInsa'y. >eUauIwIIUu.:: .I i Comim.nm Center oh Ins bci counlrv NMan
I two Perk Suler Jane inv'iced to attend a* guests. 'of the : Weiskopf. who once dream 1 of : The i I f the nlt..rn.! the P.ilin Island Chorus in CIR,- |I along!: wiln itS film fe.itiii* .i t..u ) i aa4. ltwr H. .a-.i

Club. The lu't.tine will IN'gin )promptly tunics of Brazil. A ..... .
.....* *. aim run Albany SuIrt : typical \ show anal vatHUvillt' ill l. .' ..
.U..... n.4.."ti, and the otlwrHiMrta Membership is growing by being a symphony orchestra ton-: : OBSERVATIONSOF I . night
rwf"it***.tc the staff ofthr leap and hounds and a full year;I! ductor: and is now a salesman .md i ,t I rounietl l that all itictnlMi" shoul I II gals whirling and nicking'I 1"........ .N...... J.m ....-.. .
of welfare and social work is on I I! director Cleveland ', to the haunting strains of the I The headline& a'sa.rtuoaCub
IWmnt, .h. ..ended their i a cotton I I ;;
r.4\C..tuUlMM4. and ptoluar( Rood the acenda; for 1943. The club !i! :foods company. ; A FOOL !I cloths exci'-populdr rhythm. :t and J.....n a". lattini' ... i
.has also recently become nlemher -i j dame .tyits4 TTfn. ... t MONK C.nlo.s Wlitlork
...... | iI Ii and lovely cap
I The pattern on which they have i By BILL LEE"IUllnlHlllmnIlWnIllUUII1UIIlullffiUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"
Commerce r 'rU l'r'.t .
The n U4.'.*..h and thus "mUly of the Chamber of built their marriage is (11I (- I AI'II I>'ryl l Dill will U- fedtuierlthioughout sensational; it u always M .. IrnthuMastically \.. I
very ,
Plans arc going rapidly forward -I I Kal'nut'ibrs by th:. .....1' LurK r TlulMM.iM
l thru ct'* alert St. Cmlta'. s fcrcnt than most. Coming at n ii i iI evening in v
for a drcrmakin and dress I i ij Mayor Maitland ,Adam An application for for icme. a.... ILM ... .
.halt. I wlirvr IK*r (It.-I l a 1 ts- I time when more women than ever was \ marline.Iiixii&i. arranged by
demcnms: class to be.held weekly teas: fiitil .>n Sriiindav in the talented l Beatrice Moreno Oilier feature atlrartmn. i
l ntiird toIhr ; -
alar'ps.asraa very .
*u n> ( are trying careers some people !smiling broadly as he' luincdj $4aqs lylt w. .* i. -;
.4rtn< .rf t-hr ...WmC north M St Mary's Parl'h Hall on Du- wonder whether it is j the offitT of County Jiidse' :: Raymond : Doreen Crur popular blues elude Count Maurn-r Iwnji" .n- ...' ...... T
a harbinger i after President
fr- l>4-"aiinS' ....rr. ..( eur Ulhrtr val street under the auspices' of I of an increasing trend :. away meeting : j'. R Lord !by rietknck fH.ttHcaux .:..- vocalist with the group has some juggler and Fends V.l*. Sf..... 7 ...... ".,.." .
.. .l .......... tnr Ki.|"'.v r..ul Mrs Eileen C us;hlin. NCCS director Eunice Podis (daughter of Truman at the Boca Chica Naval : IS' of the U. b Nav).. brand new tunes in store for her ishingei; aril l "t"nrtr.

>lr anal! r.*NiM(<.l IHrtr hearty it was announced at last Cleveland dentist) and Robert a Air Field on Friday. We asked I dnd Catherine lM.nhowir !'), of numbers in the thovi I; Music .... by S.m Kern .....a| Mi,

._...,......... anal t tall.lul gait week' meeting hr Mrs. Vera I WeisJtopf ( of Edward A him what the miles were for i :521 l Rose line The lancing;: feet of Marge Karl s.On.
Wood rlub president. Dd nit" son _____ ___ ..
I Siur-cn and Geiald Pindcr will I torn 1.1.i
-islwIhMuK Wcj kopr."p pu sidcnt of the Clevc j I i I the i-ovm HI Ian
I ,Net i-'..,..... an 'ii>.>jIJr tune and date will announced. I land!'Cotton Products Co.) met in 1[ **It was something; the President I envied his cumin to Key' West al =o have their place among: this "I",nkv Tern"r"".

.......'.. |*......."> *'aa iinttrrt .later music I 11 and I'said lo anther:' and why she envied him talented group of entertainers I I... 1k S.e!

..... M.. 1t"of. I"",...It NIne played one Then she ;t:oc. on tn stile that The Mello-Aires. the Town Tune- Chinese and Indums i uim ,.
"t l later YM Trul"." 'l1trnni.. Frolic They in the Cleveland ) Major Adams nspondccl.'When I she told. : child that hn slerv vocal have .. '
FIIII : Heights High School trio which was:: .--e.,. ,........- ...... 'Srrrnwk ..4Ue I I ;grasped( his hand 1 aid; ;grandfather \,'.is the first white cal arrangements;: that will send of Malava
I...... M.. Lut u'1 ltaMman Al NCCS Club: won;a first rating in a national'high i' 'I suppose we'll be seeing you child i bon in Kt.>' West Others the patrons home hummina: I- --

.., (W.1 I <......... I1. trims "HctMMr school contest Dates. movies ,down here often in 1919'!' Then were Indiana .he say,. Gerry Pindcr will team up

.. ...... rM...hand...... and: amore music followed in rapid the President said to me: 'Youax. "His name was William Wall with the Mcllo-Aires to do such -

|11..1.| *.... ......... Mt d....1. "ThriJtwrit The NCCS Scr\ncemcns frolic Club succession. Then young Weiskopfwent optimistic.. Then I said: Pinkncy". says helm Pinkne ,. of novelty tunes as Pass That 1Peacepipe. 1 Let us CAPSCAIIDMCK'S
.. scared high to fun and to the Eastman School of
was *
Sun Affwwpenrins t1stywea.a 'Not as optimistic da you 41 Remscn Street BrooKijn "He ." "Your Red Wacon"
!lad night Billiards Ping Pong. Music to study. Eunice continuedher I
t the think? later owned good of the and the "Smoke.
|n at pann was and a put ever popular TUNEUPYour
cards dancing, and coffee lessons home.
Mr., flair* MiftrtThr Hamley. piano at played The Mayor was chuckling all Key West waterfront and quite a Smoke. Smoke" (That CiaareHo:: I i. 69c
served by Elmer in local
*liMdr." t.Mr .as rrn- doughnuts : : recitals and began to the way back to Key \\ost few ships thoio The ballet routine that made

Irtrd .ith a .*M..<. ....ail I wrddmsr F 2 c. and Bob and Bert Bar build a local reputation It was an eight, -mile chuekle I "He \v.i< taken prisoner ( he such a hit in their l List show ,

kr. !......-.* a ith a miniature "'tl. F 2c. were activities. cnjoved "Bob was more serious about : dorsn't sav h\' whom: ) and lost: "Heres to Mu-sie:' will brr. Enginethe

htiilr. aa.l ....MI wtNh crarrdIhr by"Happy a large Hour"attendance.The Committeaud.tiont'd it than Lsaid New York Eunice Tisit.during"He arecent Jack Clark now a Icy'c t cver>;thmR. Later he was Creed ix'ated in the ("ab lret. Dome I (; : ) I I(

oii* lii*. ride .-f a ar&ndUw fisherman was a diver in the I when he helped nurse many of the sil I,.s in thi-. number will be
talent for the -

-Mr* L*.rrmr Tilt-ahve. Amateur Night Joe ductor. I had no definite am- at the Key West Submarine Base i t gottenlIow fexerI and the Palm Inland Girls. I

....-.... .......... in Mum) lust ing Committee SF le, including chairman. Ed| billon. But he was always during; the war years. I should like to know more Details of reservations for the The |g .. s..e
Kaufman. Interested
twat-- ....... +a1Ihsh -' Alvarez. dL 1 deeply. in m" work When we a ked Jack if bed about the ubje-et Should of affair. which'' will he put on h.'o FACTORY WAYfor
and Sal
.. ,..t...* the .l""?....t...... Gamer for Smoker to b? and believed in me. When he ever had any underwater thrillers I course like to see Key We.t for nchtwill; be announced in Th 1111 I I.* .-..... *../.1

...... ta4w a4 <4 ......< w... a cukk n eu.aed held | plans March 22.a !I was graduated from Eastman. he said: j| m>self) but no chance on my Citizen soon just h.'Itrlul.; 1 I I I C .. V...', g.Pr" . tail.. .u.|ntwl..! Inm tttrM on he organized the Cleveland "No no heioics Just \Vork j| -aldi>". I fjcir" .

Ir4.54. al ...... ....... .h to the Junior HostcjjC*of who the contributed j I Heights Civic Symphony Or- But I had three narrow .;ccapes''I j We suggest;: ;: ; that s.eve loaders An automobile that tan: stop In'' ///MH 177;
to the evening;: i
Naar -n.. .... Na. ....ganahlyisad included the Misses Nettie Val- chestra and at its debut I from death in one week at the j nicht kn
tai. tie a-.Muir ., ttydbn. of Knuek.Iktty j played Beethoven's third con Sub Base Once when I was of Key' West ant ml h' possibly a concrete road require 169 fet i .'.'- ...... a ..

M. ere 4 M,. U>.H...i tilt) %rar des. A lAM Domentt( arin-.Edith Ida Sonnno.Claudma .< certo. Then between his second weirking: on I the till !'oitrel screw I I inform Helm Pinknei to stop on glare ice ,I MONROF MOTORS IM ..... 1JIHt.-...a

aw*..ti M caw wh.t<'. in U.<... Pita j i concert and one of mv_ recitals. of a destroyer the vvheel.s. >uddenlv __ PHONE T2i ..........
LFc. Ondina married. 1119 White St Key W".i i Ii..
... ...MAt Betty Johnson and Hilda Castillo. i we were slanted lo spin But my line :; 1S'I 1'NESS SI IHU; { :\nEnS) ON); ; L\IICLi: CIIXKCII:
W ..........1 t...-.. Mr.Wdaas..1 :I The war eame Young W:'iskopf (lidn't foul and I got out of that 4

......... h. .tMiikin I _r\ed in tho pacific. and emeigflI ,: one all O K.

4 Ike hear.1..1 l .k.lI. I from the war a seigean' but he' "The second liiii. ame 'hen. I I 77/f NE1-/

.. ....... 0wvsa..h MIYr twirl i Hilda CastilloMadt; I'i did not forget his lllIIoic' While m was undoi strut Ml() fret of waif.i r.

a ......... .....--....,-nl, t....raettw Manila in 1'tfi: bo guest con. Mv air line wa tlo.,lmg) on tin JS.. :'.' (lltt&11I4! tlllttdews

Mint ...... .wt athi.atn I 'r SerrHuryTlie : darted tho Manila SvmphomOrchostid sin fact. A small lioal .Ji.>t out

....... Nt .... ..... .4 hr. riitrta ., during a writes of e.>nrcrts hung the :shore (I'wy' told nif

......... ".*.*- ..*...-tmr writ.M Kr* J. 11. Jonn.on S.JI| The Mi-* Pods about it liter: ) and I ('untied! lilY a

a.l.4...r a..Si ... .. i..4. ID IHll *nnoun
.-.... ......... >* twimnfof Miss Hilda Castillo as ('''n'-I| Music Club Young Artist: out of that one all O K. xi y J.J.rHRt I

aPher a.41 eat 'is is ara.r Urv al the N'CS Club. I' Award '' 'Then finally I was vvoikir L 1

.w.ai4.. .,..-_= at I''. I..4 Mai Castillo i i. a graduate ofj I "Win. Bob came home. In under the' hull of a entail ship: I ;' OUTDOOR I i
.. ,,... I longed to return to conducing VEflETlArt MJK9t
ltw tsiIL wilt 4sa N p,. mcH : t1w'unveul. of Mary Immaeul ; was just standing; ; then. idle lop

5 wi tie Mt<*,t .i M }i...* the and was previously employ. i inl !! She irialls. 'For five months. 11t'Iriv a moment Then suds:only a Kitteiv i IttlttttPrrci H"I !

.*4I. ..... |.....>.i a a.. Mi\nl IMMi bv' the City Elerlne System : ; to get:: an on hestia 01 I h'k- weighing; about 20MI |x,unc'eame '? i

Na** ,St.....*...-11.and, and al the U. S Submaime Base I' mg to found one but he ooidrln hurtling past In('. s<, close: I mn e.Kiinrrrrrt 'r,. .' ..a.a. ., ... .. ....' 1

.._iid. Mr ...... !11n V.hl I. Key West. There was a fine alternative for it scraped mv suit I I learned from shred nljfniri t> i:

."", .... W. ...'.... .halt.. t. nu-rc in Site. U! president of the NCCS,I him in business with his father later the lKillerv. had fallen. nut I t Enamel ftni .h .. ja".J n* m H.4...*4 ...*iih.PROTECT !I IS

"i Mr Wah....i Junior llostokscs and of IheITuchrlor and he accepted it. But I never of the boal Any do
IN l..4m *4 Mr .M.*i a.Urnith Club and has. pushed him in that duection and h3ecn'! a. soncr But Igut
a4u.. '..44.k..... templeMH I I neither did his (ath'r. I I ( ===-
m s > > n hundreds of hours of volunteer )I out of that all O.K. .: .........
r haM. .k. thaw, .. Inrnd. given "Bv now mv career was well "No. just an ordinary raekcl --- --=---
service in recreational' ; ..
a ........ a'.r.har'Pt .4 Uulij. | lc-I I Ilaun 'hcd. Bob felt I had a belterstait that's all.I ." --..via- -.. -.. 1giH-.
based ..
the military -
.H* .." m.-$t.d An unusual t iv i tic* for I and had, extreme confidence :I ----- ---- S1

..H. M......... .Is. ......,........ "I War herr II during/ and since World I I in my ahility. He's \been my set iercst There scents to be something: :l .- If..... ,. ........

1111' I....1 t'ou't .4 the Cath.lse critic and most enthusiastic thai makes teeth ...trong: and ,,.,;.t -..a.R1 --.--.

............. ..* AwtTTMfc ofH hN'h promoter. He has made me pr ic- healthy in Key West. Some sacit
trr .I44a .
r = 11.
.$......_ Yr. Watt.m has. tier at least two hours a day ever is a sunshine. others declare it a xt -
.ha...ial 1'ht t'ijw.1 .41ws -r..oo since w c'v'e been married is the drinking: water -- T

<. iiit -- IMMT Mlirnt, term. Ji When I was on duty at other .e 1t ;; \t.... Nee., .

N.wa awww...%m .<. rrltoa rihta'nM .. ; GirlsHold;; points I had to have .two t" I .
....... war ........... Ult\' small -- Baptist I three teeth filled every vear:' ht.ak i.t .

a.idra. ........ raw4a ..h.Nnl. ; a aid a Naval officer the other da\ Y
GUI to Du t.lsMi Meeting
,.nu1tl.s I tall ', William. Gibson, Georg '< "Now I've been here over a year 1 t \t a I a........ .. ...1. ......
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sir a and my teeth are all st-orv; ,
-. "S4s-phra. ...""..t \Vhaka.... uf nm1 Washington. streets, received I Intermediate Girls Auxiliary and healthy. I cant understand IN4w..ira'MI uhf It'
.. .. f'4 nrl I a rail from New Orlearu, La. today of the First Baptist Church met "
W.. a itri M. <> it: it may be due to the drinking

w Il.iia..dt at KtUr. ...t four ann.mncin? that her daugh.. last Wednesday in the home of water or something." ........ .... .
.atand-s.awsdatrls a. hHm. Mr. ter 1 Mrs. A M. DussclL.. Mrs Bronnie E. Nichols who u We asked Dr. John B Ha r d'I' .

ltathh, Str.K1a('. Mr L..urrnrrTML en bath to a girl February 16. Young; Peoples* Leader for the local denii-t. what the >es
explanation -
sad tfcr MMMT. Itett Jean The thild weighed seven p-nind Woman* Missionary Society of was. He said! it was probably .
a4 Ma.... t Nvwtmr Wfc.ll<.n. II . I the chun'h.I l
due to the fact that th' {( (: ION( ) ( I !
and a .rrt trend.un. Ralph .. Du,sel left Key West re- I After a program refreshments Naval oHil'Cr.ho\ told us trslorv .' IIOMh' : l'ltttl\ll\

KiMrt... k ,ItUsl.4 ccntlv'. Her husband is Lt. A. M I were served to 16 members.. .
..... n aunt Aim atM ()u>>cl. USN. who was commanding The next meeting will be held of immunity.We was going. through a pe;1011 OIIK\I II1I\" All MNfH. tai'III '"

Israk.t 1tW'tuo. I, anti MrWhttnn. oificer 4.f the ship at Craig !I in the Church Annex. found out that at Deaf IU.IIe'! HI "1
dock Lt. Dus sc.1 u now in Naval .
1'IJhrn Fbyd Miami; Smiths County in Texas they vp O ir pb> .
Mr and Mr. Lawirru-r E. Taft School at Ticasurc Wand FOR FREE ESTIMATES CAll .N.
I VISITING RELATII'ES/ have drinking water that atop. ISIDORE GINSBERG (left). building materials dealer who re 4 w Welk
Miami Ca4n and Mr. Ralph decay of teeth But who
US.AF."arnrr AT1W2. PIA E STREET wants tn S ccntly was said to be a "gray marketeer" at a senate committee
W httrWk move to Deaf Smith Count *
W/sall.n. .; XIr 1 and Mr.*. brother the late Joseph C. WhalUm. Annapolis. Maryland, are visiting i Comes a letter a woman wh, York after he surrendered on a grand larceny indictment. On

Rai-qt \\". Halt and family MiMr .- Jr.: and MrS. Sue Whalton t their daughter and = on-m- says. among other things, that his plea of innocent to a charge involving a $1.575 payment by a

.....1 .Hart. b a nrphcr>f Roberts niece of Mr. Whalton i law Lt. Commander R. L. Work- she had just written a letter t.i Wi:1ston.Salem. N. C_ lumber company, he was released init 614 Greene Street-.Key WM Fla.

Mr Wi.sliwn. ),I... EHir J WhaL. trw latter two from Miami i Beach<< >I man. 1402 Pinetreet. President Truman telling: him she. I Sl.OOO bail. He is accompanied by detectives.

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