The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 25, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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!(I WilJaid M. Albury. Superintendent :1 1-: I On Street Today I

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many to be held May 4. 1313: To Greet TrumanADAMS
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office honorably and for the one fro I!I Tl.evs..da W Ie.i ....... aal I

I.mj' a.puipo:e in mind: to put the Public Ihv.dred..1.trit'e'I ...e .. I
Schools of Monroe County: *>n
!equal basis with the larger; coun I FERRY TO KEY: WESTExact peeled I* .... HM yawtMp.l t I

I lies> of the state, and equal: < rights I I sham al the die lal.. twq .
t to the lea'hers and the ctuldiTn I. Mission wail a..k. arrival a* Mesa.-.J ,
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I I, the condition .of the public iclioolYbtein ,. To Cuban; : I,. :' C HUn.... I i, TN P.......... ......... ... ,
(\1' .n."h. 10& Radio fr na I.ond"t./ of lhi; county in a Hid I \ ut"rq".t-
of the! Sacred Cow .. ea'.et.d kr 0/ee e t tt
THIS CROWD .! Cuc"-loy.klAn" Communists is massed in Old Town Square at Prague in a I tate of affairs: many THOMAS C. MONTANEZ KiiuHii
funds depleted and n-j system in 8 CM. Naval AM .''Ir1st1.
.......r..*.. !. back demands of Communist Prime Minister Klement Gottwald. The demand;. labove} ). ship's carpenter from | ,
II i .... fcy Cttv.k! .. President BeML.indudtd. right lo appoint Communist sympathizers to re- management and operation.' The to New York was rescued from day at SU p.a. depe.a/rttd ell ... ,
I first steps taken by m! were Uma .. iu ... .,.... lresrs Ne
Plan IS c.w..a mtvisUra who are oll.ring resignations to Benes. President Bcncs: held a new make mv office the medium t', the Caribbean tea three hours .
E I Rives .! c.*frnc.s Monday in effort to UTS ht; coalition government. I transact btsiness and all prinri- after he fell overboard from Mayor A. Maitlaml U. S. Naval Bat al iaJ tLre ,

-- |>af: wel". imfl"ldrrl l'. rtqui Ilion the deck of the S.S. Santa r.dw: ,i. Trevor prt"<; ( (' I a.,. Cwfca. ,
I We't Chamber of
-.._... ._- ..._. I the County Superintendent Clara. The ship retraced her Key for It w- a5aaUN_ ee .e....a fill
for supplier or the need: of re- course for 25 miles and finally I today departed to di Key Wevt ...... ... a MaM tl.Same. ,

MILLER KILLED Laic l Bulletins pail's."f. ,I spotted Montancz in the water.i I propi where:ed they ferry;are from : .) C.. ...... all,. d J4-'s.. ,
se first I :oix i : in"iilis| : wciccrilKaL i The Santa Clara's captain said 1 Cuba according to 4:So p... IrIM Ap.als. t.lls. ill
it vMs found approximately Was ed the rrva4 .4A Mhe ... ,
os he saved ale sit
i '117 Th ,...._,....... ,or ...tA $1.045 balance in the Main- i\ by a "one in a I It is not known just and at i'M B. to.Ir.4'1 .

JURY HOLDS AS _____ __ ____ __. tenance "Fund and many financial i thousand" chance,. i nature of their business 'W..I..'..... Ft... -'- -- ------ offietals. Th
CONSIDER PALESTINE obligations of the i aunty I II Cuban ih.ral ...... air -...... P4
WASHINGTON. The Jewish I pending. It was not until the : Ucnc.'i :lid! lo l-iiitjr Transportation .tin-I. r.. a. eb a+llr.. ..
Palestine problem will be brought next budget year ((191.1: -46)) wa: I which i completing a the Sub.n.sww .Ik.s'' ... .. .. ,
IT PROBES CASE able to breathe freely and ce operate from Key W rlr..nd uI .. br Mar I wPolice
up once more at Lake Success: : r.i ,
: ; Have Given; InTo van-, is considering: "
this week. It is thought that the the dawn ahcu'l Ie1.,....*. hsTIs e
whole Then I began' to plan for the from Cuba. J t. IIII. ,
partition be
I".II ,,''I...i Of (.It-Mill Of* considered. plan may re I next four yean in making the (CoilwaldPKAGUIi. ; } Harold. I atihxher.: "' : 1'i.hi. e t.hi,4 Js.g pli ..s.
: much needed impiovcincnt., lu {the local' Ch< .rd .1In.rLet t. w ... .... ,

Wx.. \l Nmlli, !llrwli Hcrnard II. Waile our school plant;, and assisting; ; .... ., received a ropy of : t"JID '1"1'1UWIIIt Iw.e dn.4 P4
TOUR PERISH the instructional slaff as rapidly iii. \.1. !| the Gulf Atlantir (') J p. M 14ft.rel... .......'
:Mill f;..n. ... *..rd IU J l lIi.uue CAMDEN. N. J,-Nine housesin as possible with mcrca Announces this industrial new Jersey city 25--Pir-sident IJen<*s wa"WOnt' bya .
) Today ario-. We set up in our budget: w..ste'' end flf Cuba t bout
: ., lutr.lignlnrtii were destroyed by fire yesterday for the year 1945!) ; -'46: all instructional Prague radio :tation lo have | so it will connect In the _____ Aas IIIr n ,
I with the occupants of all residences salaries $176.542.66. The capitulated to the Communist, I I American Highway of Mays A 11.el1ar11 A'4
"| .t the Isaal: vi ,........ For Constable u t ) I saved except ono familyof annual budget: for the year 1947- Prime Minister Klement Gotl1Bald's. I The company also City Manacrr Ifefc* It ....... ,

NT |... M to uitkn>*.,..",." was 1M'I Ij : four who perished.; 48. support and maintenance of demands that hc (Ilrnc) ]] operate ferricto was 1ft h* din .haari.) III m1... ..
vdat. >"\Al'ltI.,. tat the jury'' Bernard II. Waite today made all instructional staff $324,16800, accept the 12 nnn-communibt cabinet ; other places from FirM when .... tHM' t. ..' ,
j l bus formal announcement of hutandlOicyfor : WANT RECOGNITION almost 100 per cent i ie crcase..d."Our members resignations. end of Cuba. Both plane an i4.. M.v r .-... .
.twr'htiiiv' y.a.Ns1i J.T. Ik.t..r. the office of Conslahle Benes has not confirmed or denied 'I
WASHINGTON Wallace county tank, fourth in arc contingent: upon the ( in lls y.... t'.IL, aw &
IV. that Uw death District of Mon- the statement and it i j.; \.' 1'Ir n,
TM pmMnf of the 1st .
Third Party bid. and now the the stale for paying!; salaries and Ilion of ;Rood roads. ,I Aftermanaarr hrgsl .a r1IM bi
.4 U roc County subject to the: Dcinociatic thought that he has;: given in tooDie ;. .
Miller. Davenport, Southern revolt has strengthened by comparison rank with Dadc, :'" other facilities in Cuba PICTURE of .n4 rM<4k .. Mad .l I(1f I
I... body was found un Primaries. in May. Waite Southern leaders to demand that Palm Beach and Broward. Ap communist demands.If J :Whether Adams tii K..% West ..... .. .
I danc
Huwtte llrwh Saturday.U said that he had seriously considered the next Democratic party nom- proximately 70 per cent of our thq radio report is correct. ] were" to discuss these strip headed bmander > l..... ..,..I. A//iM .... t
the qualifications and the the I la obstaclcs in the Way of r New Orleans ..... ......
inee be a man without the civil teacher arc in rank 3, having ; [ with Cuban officials a.A ( .. W. .
ht .11 >.jry lending: duties of the office before the complete domination -J y the i which ap- "
ar- ..... .
rights; thoughts cf President Tru- the equivalent of a Bachelor'Lb-,,, I Known here today ri..s. tN..xwt g wi N.SuhnlarNW'
.>t |M..| |ri.\ MI It* lralh of living at his dcrn-ion to run. man. The Southerners suggest grcc: and are enjovlng the major Communists has hccn'rem"vcrl. I Adams and Trrvor I i( front cover of ....... Mss M. M .,' ,

Uriw. Chitik tslty Shniff Among hli: qualifications that Secretary cf State Marshall or percentage salaryscFietl":; t ; petted back tomorrow non-offieial stu was hi deter Owe..1.. ... Os. M .
%......... WalUcr. vnnnuitrrd" k.stay .- lie! 'hated were :5 years as a Deputy James Byrnes or Senator Byrd. ulc Our principal ar; III receiving Locke In fan I i : at Louisiana ter WMIiHNI.. .i the N./I K.V. "
Sheriff.' 4 active duty hand .gI 1t, 5aNncs; several :- IToday University J) Io.wlj .... Mi/....... ill N e Ir.e .
that the NIVI''t'=-' ''' 4 the with the Key West Police Force. on equti l.:. .4hatyolltr! L t: I I sale of the ....s.t..N ___ .. "
.**..itirf sat Ihr HMUI eau till .c'. three years as a sergeant in tho LARGE FIRE LOSSHOLLYWOOD.Fire bupeiinlcndenttiutlion fjt'bl!;; \ } .tlt- DJ' (I (I |I : the campus after ,,.SIItUii.rsrs.I ....... m Its tit .
sag f....rtl. +j| Army clunng the pastvar.. 7 swept a .- -L l- ___' 01 I .M arts' _.. t1rs ... r4N
WalLxr.. p.*.H. hr w... ...>*ini-rf I years A men-lwr of the Fl.,ndaN lumber yard and a half dozen: As SuperimTrftl._nitof t ->'Public- The) infant soil tor Mr. and Mr ..1 I 7:30 A.M.. &. I the ."edition dedi- ...tNtNaM al .... ... 4 ,
that. ilifb-i' HiuMlrinl. lit. .tHKu.1. Cuuil. Wail. b.n. was itol. Exact Ions has been at tEi I; oilotK. at the Navll ---
.4a1 .IM t..u&h. .IIK not(. -d in tlf \aiious job; : : not vet job: keeping: up with the ins : I! TMerv" wA M. M. .. .... ... -

1/... M....MIN.....I aIISNptll.l..Ntt. I'. t..1" .t4. h<* trait lwl l w....II.I i,iovc that 1 ho made; known. progress: of the late and counties held l 1'Oopital.u.n..r:; at 3:30: o.i..lot tl.k s'today*aivirc from wa- 1 i I All'itUi.Station- i I KITS( and Has'. ........ .'e.. .... ,

.......... the i.-v.4wr that. was= i.- .< Lard wotkI. rtgeie. ,ive an'i in the higher: ;Uandard in edu- the chapel of the I'rilchard :I' Billings : : std Iwlr ... ....... ,
l...-a. with ...r .'ajahrkd alOC"II. 1, 'ntHnu. Hi f""U that a job WINS ELECTION: tation All school plants have j i : s.a$ .qI ........ .1111.. .
l IIon 1 i
...I 11... I........ .- rd..4t Iliilav.. MN >h .LS t*..nt. :>bl'' siou'! : l ,Ir. fill'tlli ; NEW: OPLEANS. -Earl K. received some repairs and new Funeral_->e- I Iil I jr.i Riiminzlmii,maik t '(J Yesterday( SIlk t4.i.. w Mir char .. wI ,
/s..4. U,1b4 >' .. ,jirrumi'! lo fiMlifi| < tl amt l lI Long brother of "Huey".. today addition. and I point with pi ids I low.t .

,...., "......_. ..H IIxlMl"" .!hv. M..HV lit wat the victor with about twiceas to Ihr sihooLof Monroe County : Representativei{ !i ft RuntK'.ffdl', P.M."s'I; ) ".. ".*.. H: r '. rr tb ttne..4. ..
141. .|hl.MM.-... n+' .-iw.l> a l.-ll I.-' Waitt tot. .lI..r. ,t; lr-l I II .t ii" many voles as his opponent.Sam .1 living; in eltT t-onHition than at i 'j (. : I CI".r..< tun'i ..f Nrm ,.....+...... ..N.. .. I. P4
ItMM tl. -.4''"t .4 MtH... Mi'. ttflw-ri I (.rfliJ: .rft .t', 4.U t-r M4...i ,Ik ,...... *>w|. Iw ..W klw VMS hunt: .t" llllM-l 1 lava fllf'Htlllg. : <'Ifl- '|--.. ill. Out is: tantamount to clcc I mdebtrtlne: :s. and w.'in" Mi::' l i.. ',IVfiiiinaloM. fwkl i .app> UuUi : l VI i..-.i 'tkl. "nMseah. .. ,
I._.. /lr .0; .. luauu, witht..a .IHIHIU. .1.! .;. full !...;N.i..lion wit.I. lion. I..f the old debt have I lirn paul "iepientativ. I nit .if She :S;'x'ial S** I Denver ,' ... ,:.*'. a \. Rims ... Hie. re .. d t u
/ hr. .... *M*| M iaj>.,1 l MI !Ml .llfin.. .in all in,ilt" i in llr: publM, ; .ff: the larger one the SpecialTax iiiltv' AHnuniMratmii' will b at f*>hu.1 1 .. 'i t I v V.V .I. < ..... t. .. ....... ... P4
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\rttcMt. IH t.| ._ 1.lor' u.tcsii t. ; ITU I.OSUS: SUIT Jxhoyl" I Uutntt Number One : the offif-*' of the Hoiula Slat"Kmplovinent ; ;, ...k..n t.. MMIMI. tale It. ..regrb.1 a., .
he. ... .1/. ....... WASHINGTON.-Judg Lucis I Bonded Inrif'htrones, has I been : SivKe nn Tue.clav. I' H 1. Woi th : j jI ( : lv Its Prtl.tia. Shr ttfl 50.4 t MAt t aliv. h.. I While xiay rule against the reduced to the' extent of $ll::...oon.I Man" 2ndj i I I Cat"eston. I fen tiiWMft>. ... .J.e...D..a .... .
i.T.U" which suit I ami'I tan assure:: the t taXJ"'Y""i ificdormmj J..k .mill- .. ..... .
tl" l. I* toHW tkr l'I.htst' brought against j Anyone bavins anti| t" ti'J""r i na' IIIJ T. 'M
.4 II.* m.N lie wa 4 in..(rl...1| A. SainuliTs( ( 6!8!, lh l. bor hoard to stop an in- I :;; Another $3X000 In the piol lmn Social I SetunichoulH :\ i'I Kansas 'My : -f 11.-.t. .-. j.-.l in _n ... M) w. t ...., 1
ttvMtiC .TC...." .4m ...W "Hr .14..d l i junctionuit.. Robert Depham first of JlI'' '. 1918 Our :general: : vi. it with tier at that "f !I KEY WEST !.. Ml M.IIIH :, Hf' t, ea..s4ad s.. .
!I.. travel .Mnc .*.r ".. tiif. ,' Dinl) Al t ( ITU atlr-rncy. pleaded that the School Bond have also linen 1CHu I, five on next t TueHaV: Key West Airport I: i Of .1.. ..t'a.' i \'n.hi! i 1,_ .. tae ......
t I.ay ....... I IV ( l Municipal! ( actions of the Labor Board were E'.t l during the pat;: thr'Tears --- -- I II I Irfr. ,url l<:r> ; i i: ., it..< Mm. .m- .Jiiinsa -....d Ien.aa ...
1'...1...*s, ..... j..Iv Irf..... : not right i in granting the injunc- I.. the: rxt-nt of $::0000 and will I. I l..i.villc I, ..,".. I. V ... ........ M Mrs. 1I'd I- ,
| .... Ji..l.>.. l 1.1.lrr "'"',\' ..| ,the i iIH liospilal() Today lion. pav $7,< 00 more by the rail ol I I WANTED-Man and Wife to man; i Miami t :\.. .. Y... .t. 1 T,"'".. sari peU .
_t..4NW'ne .4 .HrilH-W. M K_. I i ian i ----- .-- .----- tinvear. 1 1 age Small HOTEL. Apartment II1nr..1Iis. I. ....... hql .. Ir.. '
.hot Ifl..t aut< iimi ;, i "The purchai": of the' I\\"H : and All Utilities Furnished on Menipbi, Th. ............. ..i r. o. a ,
)lts..+vi t..ty. MM| Jeirv A%...U.wh A|>|illon V.nii-l'i;. f IK!. ilir'l No Meeting 01onimission} f Mhwlknown a,, the Federal I. Premises.: Prefer local resident. New Orleans. I (I.............. a ..... .- I ..
>. r,,". a We in 1)t.1! itrrrt.ilwM 12'4't m the Kev; West. High Annex and the PomcnnaElementarj I. No Experience Necessary; New York : here I'tat, I. .t H. I ,

r..... UiHvr U U4ht a (sans I M'mMip.l, | I Ilirpll dal.t ( :i (C: ha-; been approvedand i< ,\.IM'P.O.. BOX) 70U Norfolk _. 'a kU, 1 ... ,
tar Ion .lo t Tfccv iav i jacute. | KuiKraleivMt' -. wilt lie held t lily l all documents !signed and de- I Oklahoma City ; CARS
.. w a hrnnvn t'i Iwtvf t.I I !.....I..-:. 1.:tn ' fruit. }tin (Continued On Page Eight) ---- Omaha ...... .. ........... P4
........., ".... Uy ni&lit _.hi-n .lit '. (*!M|''4| a to I ---- -- PN1.-.atl.
,Iwh.. a i .*.. m h.! .MlMM cu..1 t ttaaaf I II.4IN I .. nichl: of tin CI'Y lonpiiissionIxtau : Roanoke :: BRADY'S ,
1451ti LN4wr ...- '''UM n-\ (i.. 1 I.4">.n WHI. i aad..I. t. ..f the ahi:....nce fr" n th,' I NATIONAL CASH REGISTER POOR OLD CRAIG 5' I.IO"is I Fi FLORIDA

UM I..I' Saturday Ills death. Fi.- CHOICElotpOUnlV
ma, have lain duo an ruhht'l ,,,. ,[ .* nt the vetvifHi: n i.i,1 1 it was :mn< un(- d today. Mayor Man Available Through March i, Division at Francis Phone 9134 San Antonio
tlitauthiKtt. T3 UlirvrBATTERIES will In- in tin- family plot: in Cily Adams hj: u"n" to: H.IIHIII I Seattle : rdcl! I itnlorI
; I 5th. PHONE 160. ROOM 211. R \1TERIES lilt WkH Steeet ...... MIl
O iiK-tci y.StIl'IV""S. The next nut tin:: or tin run Tallahassee I .. .
-I I Inrludsr'o" l IL: ::mliIn .jncsion. pinbiMv; wll I It I Ird: for Service. Supplies. Repairs t I Charged Quick Way-No WaitingPLYWOOD Tampa } .. Tl ... ........ .. . P4

CHARGED >. Mrs OhM: Crlds l r nf t I rrWIid next TUM'';,:. ni4h' I' I Washington : l inlor 1 .
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rfn t Mi.. Ruby Y-tung s f .
OtUa !.. U M to 41 nlMitM aaJf .,IIIH!,-r. of Kcy Vest: a si.tnMn f PALACE THEATER f 1
..f MI can k. a. Its waylUtiSmitti : Sadie ItHhmond of Mami. NOTICEof I f A...'...* ri ... AVtO 14. ..<.. .

AUTO SERVICE tour hnithciv' <"rlm and Itcrgcf 11 I George Raft and Claire Trevor in i -atSTRUNK I! of (Club: lautpre; Ro,'. Kay W... A..... '.- .

Miami Ilfrlx-rt' and RklioKaundcnof "I STOLE; A 1MII.I.ION. 111' rw .1 l .f a*. .. <..
|>Ma,. Ha. Wait at Hataiaj K.'v V.'ot: six grandchildren i News and ShortsVAUDEVILLE I 1.t\IJUR:\ : "AUU i Modern (/ ; 1 I lint. 11..111' ti

and a great :"randihildCRADC J TELEPHONE 816 I I '
lYvammalion"Applications' I
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byGene i I I :11.| | I .,.ul''N. ,
; AV WESTERN i iI i arc requestedfor VAUDE1 VILLEI! VAUDEVILLE!!!
ii i examinations for the posi- 1 : ; 'LD.M.r. fleM. :
Will E. I P. j tions of ,Anr Stagei ir Slarlln g Ttnnorroir (Thursday)

Ca.tft4a. .. la* City CammiiaionarHill STEAKS I THEATREsents I Presented: by Louis a M. J. h..r. ,
5iiwAOVCH | I f I THE: KEY Key Wet cc:.../....*. !.* cier C.aaae.- P4

Th. World's Finest- f CLERKTYPISTApplication I "Clir.A: and JltAMTA' Srii iitu' >iidl l) uirr. Train WOMAN'S: (: ..
Charcoal BroiledWEAVER'S J I ; forms and de I "I'\UL DUTCH" Join r: INo\elly Acrobatic Acts 319 DUVAL 7 : IS I I'. 'f

WKWFal .I i office tills may of the be obtained from the "FRANK FAV% Songs, Dancing; Iii lriiiiienlalIvoni Key West 1 Itr.ri. .., I ........ 1wI ,
lids P.M. \iI I "8\)( KOR1S" anti Hi* Kob February 16 Through 1111 I.ol I I I
,......., Cvastof. ".b. 2th I CIVIL SERVICE BOARD > '
EVERY NIGHT rTWr I Gallery Open mill Lalon:
.., Hall West Fla.
t'..; : \.1' 11" Ctmp1e.e1r. Air-Conditioned 1 i City Key I 8:00 and 10.Ou I From 2:00 to 6:00 ,
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JOB FOR LABOR AND MANAGEMENTThe .' sac ass .. .. i!
.!lIte IUMJ J CTftfeeu

P .** KM** atlwda7. fcyM Radio Programs j
V R .JIr.! ..d rr.bll.b.rheUAr Atlantic Monthly recently published He Probably
M. a11tMa11.t1s. ....- ....... .s.aaaua---..... IKS>*.
Tb. l1tIM. b.lldlaci
interview with Henry
I CwtIW 0neM ... Aaa ..u..taj a lengthy

j! I...It. t9.nt II...-..... tits IIq w.., ... Ford II, president of the Ford Motor Comj j J Daytime Summary Wouldn't ObjectWifey
__Fee c...' Selected programs as listed below,
Much of it was devoted tp the problem I ar. broadcast st the .."' tints Mon
...... .. Ks ..... avow d cia.. ..a.USrMu pany. day through" Friday. Tim is easternetairdard. (to hubby deep in his ss
.. T11. AasoC1ITFJ/ ".11'':__ of labor-management relations-the I tract one hour FOP ventral. for mountall' paper)-Ed!' 1 -t told you! you were

on.. A....e.t.d' rr- .. ..d..I .tltled t 0 problem which underlies a great deal of ard two' hours.FEB. wrong on that paint qustion.He .
JN ter ".re4Kii..1 an .... dt.pateb.- cr.dlt.d -So-

"N.... ...... Meal..* .*........*p.Mlab.d.. rr"4ii" Merw' IBta paper and our economic discord in this country, and 23 THROUGH ,L$. 27 She-Yes and you were alsoI ,

I off the color of that wal: r Ili
I way:: on
.KtI.rnoJII. RATE which must be solved if American: industrial M.rxlsg100Honeymoon I I't
'11." paper.
o. In N. T.-aba
MB )M1B* 5.eS e supremacy and the American standard Breakfast Clubabe1215Oklahoma I He-Yes?
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b4. .... 1... of living are to be preserved.In RouBdirp t>s. rf 1 i *6he- Ed. rf you're g. nr; to beunsooiabte
,r:..:: .IS e.9:-usltlt Valley Folla-nib' Sfl 1'ro; going to,leave;
the course: of the discussion, Mr. .Ffed.'Wuing: : '' t'
Music -,t-f\-; ; u.ttisf neuter ..i\ ,il|
.....AOTKMTHMO. It_.. .. Applkalu.rslCIAL RATE Ford said this: "One of our biggest and t. pJ5ll.rybrt+ t10 I il ''f" ./.t. .It'I .. I. UI t i' I'i. 't'tI

a.TlcrAll certainly one of the most difficult jobs forth 2-Betty Hour Crocker of 1erialba |i. The population of -the UnitedI

r.*4t.. ......... coda .f '"&1111.. rBBO.BtlOill future is to make all 130,000 Ford men Say It With iii} i I States, it estimated. is increasing !I -- --- .
.. .mm. ....._", ....wOetI.., *te, w b.1f 110-Arthur Godfrey S'l.' : .Ib* I at the "rate"'of 1,000,000 :s! 1
.,.... fir .t tB. rBl. .r It e.e'. .a HBB.ft and women effective team players Breakfast in ..u"Uxwoodbe ; ----- +- .:--1
..tir.. r. MUrtBlBBMBt$ !by tkarcbCB from I year. Ti
Mbka _.. ..rlT.4 t cnt B line.tti11s. but the 11:30 Ben-Alexander .Show-mb I -'
r** IB k are There are many phases to this job I -
.. .)p and anvilsa di.- 11:45-Serials Si! hr.-cb. i -- 1IIt-1- ..
: = ::-J'-r. : m *r 44 :
of local oe I
1b.Ma. b pebll heart of problem be stated -J
our can very '
_..... lBUr.... but U will eel prbheb. aaoaymous Aft.nt... I! .!1!-8 lg.Om.: .hxJ.I+d t .. .
--......,..... simply: It is to get each man in our organ- 12.00-Irate Welcome{Smith Travelers Speaks--iq b>a. 1 Political 'I I. j a'd'.. -Q. 'a .I.-.- '

ization to treat the men he works with as 12.30-Words and Music nbe I!

lMPROYB 3CTa ron KEY WEST: he would like to be treated himself 1: Concert Daily Band Half Concert Hoar*'-nbe mba Announcements I. I

ADVOCATED' BY THE CITIZEN If day after day and year after year, a man 2.00 Queen-Four for Hours a Day of-Scriala mb -nto i I SPECIAL CITY ELECTION. 1 1 I ..

gets pushed around, he's going to try. to get 2.30: -Bride and Groom-abc FEBRUARY 28. 1948 i I
Martin Block: Kecorda-mba
.. More HoUU aid Apartments the other under him I
work out of the men
$.00-Double or Nothing-- X. Brack and Bathing Pavilion. Ladles Be Seated-abc I StQrdseI
by pushing them around unless he's a
. > Airport*-Land and Sea. very J:30: -The House Party-cbs For City Commissioner t 1I tt
and remarkable guy." Paul XYhiteman Kecorda-ab4 LOUIS M. J. EISNER
! .. Consolidation of County 4:00-Hint Hunt Qul*-cbs i: I
, City Governments. One of the most hopeful signs of the 4.30-Winner Take All-cbs Ia lxocros _

I a. Community Auditorfwn.I I If times i is that more and more leaders of IOO-School Treasury of Band the Air ihow-cbs-aba. For City Commissioner 1 .. r JI
Kiddies Hour (west repeats 1 a*. I HUNTER G. HARDEN k1 ChaiIfL
American! industry, in all its branches are
later>-abc and nibs>
I (Sonny) f'o"M N
thinking in these terms. The goal of progressive ::45-Lum and Abnercb.NETWORK .-..., I I.c
f sins s Re.c I
MONOGRAPH management must be to make !i[ For City Commissioner; I- i

j each worker feel that he is an individual PROGRAMS WILL E. P. ROBERTS s- .
Dear ..Ib '
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TiM' il eastern 'a"dard. Forcen.tral
not a member-and that he is doing a job
standard subtract one hour for \\I)
kill anybody.I,1It ,
Hani) work may not ,
mountain at."d.a subtract tw5hours.
that is essential and contributes directlyto .
Some local' stations c"a"II'
Ihrre .rr citUrna: in {Key West who hour ot relay to tit local Ichedul. PoliticalAnnouncements
a completed achievement. One of the Last minute program 'ha"g cannot I i .
Ielktr.& in playing". at any rate. b. includecl.WEDNESDAY. kL- '"
most thorough studies ever made of the : ": -- : .

TlflOJtACI.E.. reasons why men strike indicates" that FEBRUARY 25 ri a ;-.-.

wages::,( and hours, contrary to )popular opinion DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. I _a
T Eveningf.UO ;
FIRST BLOW ABA1NST U. S. are not the most important cau>es. The -News n r>on. l. ""n.-n" MAY 4. 1948
that is without Newscast Kvery U feeling management interest Network Silent Hour-abc-ewt

The 1.e| |.tf of the United States might in the worker as an individual underliesan Network Kiddies Hour Silent(repeat(1 lir.))--a mba-eact he-west I; For State Comptroller Newsleatmes(

JHI writ rraliir the |InaL+il.ility that Admiral amazing number of bitter labor trou C.15-Kiddies Sports:Hour Mu"'lc(repeat Time-)-nbo mba-weat ,i EDWIN G. FRASERFor A MODERN COTTAGE. Plan 719 by Walter T. nkka. (17 Forest A.._ A.. A..... Meotta-. Mrs

bles. Guest Talks Time-cbs house was designed to contain all essential requirements for> h.... ... /reltllir tp.
I 1.-..... t:. I Ik nfrM.. thief ..f Naval': Opera141..m I
I:3-() Chicaro Orchestra-<*s east i State Legislature
limited budget. The house contains 1.006 square feet ef floor spate e)..l ..mpiteMcubic ...... MM
when he that There is a great opportunity here for Lum tc Abner repeat-cb -west I I
U elating. the truth rays : 5-Newscast: by Three-nbc I MILTON A. PARROTTMickey feet of construction above grade. A part basement under the cnt*.J p.*.*.m .4 M4r .tese ..

a CutMrr enemy will .not. "make the mistake intelligent labor leadership as. well. The l.owell Thomas (repeat L<)-<-b j ( ) I can accommodate recreation heating and laundry space. For K.......,.. ........... e 4 1tM ..... M

.., attarklnr our alike lir>t." hut will de- big unions have become virtual distator- 7.00-The Supper Ueulah Club Show-nbc-baslc-cbs t tNews garage can be made later. The architect suggests an exterior 01 gray w.... dingles se .... 1t1

loin r t th*> riM .blow. at t the United States.The ships, controlled by a small group at the Fulton: and Lewis.Commentarr Jr.-mbs -abo I I For State LegislatureTOM ing. white trim and a roof of dark asphalt shingles for contrast. Brrfc ehk..r M ......... aAA..

7:15-News: and Comment-nbo O. WATKINSFor ------- ----- ---- --- -
leMin of two world WDI'2will not top.} The individual member, the man whoP Jack Smith and Song
the of the 'next worldl IY the bills aivl gives the organization Daily. Commentary-abc '7 I10r0ti1'I' I tempting to force fortune tin fat 1
l I. |bpd upon| pUnnrm News: : Dinner Date-mba Sheriff our tpt, but generally advemiv a iil he

.l..U urirreiMion. They will know from its bargaining power, is treated like a rubber 7:30-Hob The Crosby House Party-nbc Clnbcbs. JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD 25E: turned to IfIOIl KTI Unt. In.o' Ytur INn<< MU-1 TAM tad

!tM- farts It' history, that the resources: and stamp. He obeys or gets out-and if lone: hanger Drama-abeNews WEDNESDAY.: FEBRUARY, ; i of brelkin? the .plnt and rwnine' STA R Kit )
Comment-mbs 1948-Today r- a nature difficult ., j /
fitiwrr ..f I Ihr United Staten, determined the he gets out }he 1 has !small chance of findinga 7.45-Kaltenborn Murrow Newsl Comment-nbaKd I I I For FRANK Clerk of BENTLEY Circuit Court to understand' and the life; of the t j th* lift_1 f AM&UCAM 'N-R

,**...1.* in both warn.. ('ineefuentty" | they job at his trade. And, time and again Sports:; Comment-nibs native of this day should be kept I I From 1940 to 1M7. tn"> p .yand: CUBAN

be the toughest kind of coercion been I:00-Dennis Day Comedy-nbc I in the) studious paths .of quiet af- Kit ion of UM State of Wa. riiiMt*.sfi Try A ......) ,
-m| rralitr that the rreate victory to has used American Melody Time-ibaMayor I olay-
of the Town-abc i For County Tax Assessor fairs. There is danger from atj} i increased bv ar s.ui. JIMMJUO) ) pr..,>.fc

11..11 In the' Itrrinning of a future .struggle to keep the membership in line. The Scarlet Queen! -nts .,, .. I I CLAUDE A. GAfoDOLFO ,._ _. ._ I
w.Ml.*| I.. a ktM>rk-.rUt blow against tho irs. The whole 'strength of this nation lies 8:30-Dr.Great ChrUuan Cildersleere-nbe: Drama-cbs I i J .

.f..trial muiurrm of the United :States.! in the dignity the rights and the independence \ox High i'op Adventure Interviews Drama-abe-mt< For County CommissionerFirst

Admiral' lW nfeld believe= that the of the individual. That strengthcan 8:55-Five Minute News-cbs District
Lilly Pose Comment-mt>s JOE ALLEN
"l'f>ite, | Slats mu"t maintain an nbilitv toe be maintained only when the individual *:00-Th* Duffy' Ta.ern-nbc
Mark M'arnow Music-cb5 WORK
.Ml. hark hard and swiftly, whenever the whether he turns! wrench or makes Abbott A. CuMello-abc For County CommissionerFirst REFRESHED
uabrnrl Heattcr Comment-mba
Klrt 'Mow faller. "Their will lu no time in decisions;,; involving millions, feels that he ':1S-News Broadcast: -mbs ( District)

...... h In (rain." he add_. and the defense is getting a decent deal and sees that his 9.30: -Romance District: Attorney Otamact'a4roll .ama-nbo W.C.SUGAR( ) SWEETINGFor

.. ttf the natrtHi. will deM| -nd mainly ..n the job is necessary. There is the most fertile Jacket<'ho Smashers Marx 4.luiz-abo-mbs

h.*n that the nation han trained for mili- )possible field for both industrial leadership 10:00-The CIK !Story Drama-nbe County CommissionerThird I
Whistler :MysterycbsRing DistrictCLARENCE
totp Hnk. and labor leadership to work in. California. Crosby Melodies Variety--mbs abe I HIGGS

.. 10:30-JimmY Dnrante ShownbsOpen .
INDEPENDENT CEYLON Every! business that offers men and Tony Martin Hearing;vhow-ibs.-abc For County Commissioner
Dance Band: Time-mbs Fifth District
women of Key West an opportunity' to II-uO: News & Variety I hrs.-nbc I 11

f'.) Ion jrrrat (inland close: to India harranted make an honest living i is an asset to ih.t'ntin'l'ommunity. :News News:: fe& Dancing Variety: e C Hour hrs.-)-abc- .bs WILLIAM G. CURRY lEa ;.j

.I.een. dominion. News Dance band: : hrs.-mbB t.
Matun within thelieu For County CommissionerFifth 1
12 00
: -Dancme ContinuedabewestThomas I tr qF
| I.h ('.(mm<>n ieNlth. in a<'f >rdanreith.. ( District) ;

|*... |M,lkr .>f the llritixh l..ilmr Huwrnnlt"ut ENORMOUS FIRE LOSSIn Waverly Palmer, president HARRY L. HARRIS r
of the Pan American Society
l*e }rant frre.l
-Ufttlf- attacheil.The .. 1917, file destroyed 602,635,000: New Jersey born in Tuscaloosa: (Fifth District) I

(f""lu" internment ha* chosen to worth of )property in the United States, according Ala., 57 years ago. EDNEY PARKERFor

Joe'in the .Dominioru uf the Ititih: Com- to the National Hoard of Fire Underwriter I 4

h tiralth ..f nations and the first Gnn'r-; :. The loss was nearly one-fourth LEGALS I SuperintendentPublic '

llrnrral: has. been| in the greater than the Instruction rt
wr sworn to .--aK previous!' all-time. high set .\ TIII: f'mi i IT f'01 IIT or. TIIK. ;
in I II.I\INTM: : Jl u.t.. IK< i IT WILLARD M. ALBURYFor
.fr .t| tiinrlreu trun 1026-! I OK ill l; ..T1K Of KI.OHIOl.

The island has a |pulation( of more It represented almost: the same increase I .\ <".llKill.MI .roil: MOMIOI. 40INT1.IN SuperintendentPublic

.Irxm. 8'VIMI.IMHI' |l/e.I/ple| and i h rich in : oxer 1946 losses.::: I, \MKS CKIIKI I: nor 'Tlflaintiff.,... ll'9: >4 Instruction t"(11s ,

.... trl+ramon and .... .nanut: products. Item A record number of explosions, hurricanes \-. unontEstldl I HORACE O'BRYANTFor r ,

.the isrctmd dony to !I" gtwnlf.rul tornadoes and windstorms addedto : KKRI'TI.. l...-ffnHantOllltKK .

HlMn, the ItritUh( (mmon\\faith.; during the los.In :addition higher prices increased OK IM I4'ITIO\ Supervisor of
) T>: :;a"lif >rrnli.U .
the. |m.rnt month. Th. Malayan: .vlrra- the replacement cots involved. ... .F l 11 ..:,."r\... ..'..nn. Registration
'It i her.-hy l >.rr .il Hut )MI arer
$..*. was irrantnl indrfirndciire) on the first The greatest :single loss occurred in the ...nur.-.l HI u|>.|X'<>r ..n the *Hh| .day| JOHN ENGLANDFor
"f Manh. !1'4> Iwforc the alK>\ entitled -
do., .r IVI.niary. Texas City explosions:, which produced tilctliraiiivt' .. court lit\the<>u in Hill the..f lii|ljinl- Justice of Peace

.",.(,uo claims and damage of $:: (I.OOO.OOO. titltnl .an".. and. the. I;..\. \\'..,., Om- (Second District)
xm I iv hrrl\ d..hII.iI..d I as the P kM,
TO COVER UP The second largest: loss occurred duringthe I.n..w".a..r.. l"hli'h..1 in .which.n.... a this wrrk ri for...hall four MYRTLAND CATES

t terrific hurricane that .'onsecutire "..eka.tVitne.s i
.. A 1WI
On.. ..f the rharfff .that the S "\ ietMftkr the Gulf States last September resulting fx>|M-z, Jr., a hr.. c"'lI..n..rahl.'Iuilln... ..f ibe Jnd vo ofthis For Justice of Peace
court and |li. -.1| ,.f (Second District)
.jr ainc' the l'lIi..1 i. Stales i.. that! thi in 70.000) claims and an estimated: insuiance in Ibr ''itv ..f KMt...t. Kl..n ROY HAMLINFor
I7iti Ia\ .f February. lit: *.
.* Httrr i La building "underground fuel t'tnr- loss:' of $20,000.000.() ) () (toss. r :Sewrr.

.r.a arras ,in Stnitheni' Iran.** I es.all t'Irrk'.muil(onnq.(I1..rida.'''urt. Justice of Peace I 1

'flat., ..hoaartrn..nt( .lIid..l.. 'It..arl.. Predictions: as to what will happen onElection r:) : .tnue a I.ngworlh.Inpm 49erk. (Second District)

there i H no truth to the all.irati..ii but they Day this year will soon be numerous. JOHN x.lirH.f..r C; $\W"plaintiff, .KK.: SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN

add. .that t Mrh drvktu. hurt IH" : : : (SAM)
Ill niui v,>rcd I They will he just as inaccurate l astl.oy :; I..I.-.m..r.-18.1,4"1 I

w Itsl.fla. raiital| ..f |ran'.. .. northern pnapiuirrntly ,\.- have been in former ix 1111: i 0"1'.I, "'. h1ITili
ears. \ 4.M> HIM '141'"" For Constable .
kwr. { I totiMiiKtrd. during tin "'..UIII&l4... IN .. .10'1'1 _
l\:: 1:1iITTE I (First District)
r. fku' ) ,the. S..1'kt" npw-t| ..ntn llrd .\7..r- WORTH CONSIDERING : "F"I I' CARL J. INGRAHAMFor I
IIK\K\ J. iu>\\ ii.u
.I-an. ..lma.1.OT1dF .

TW in Mlrnt' '' illu,<.tratt' ..< "the 'lactiix of There i is, \ 'I I 'KF: Ol-: .1.14.1'.11'IXTKXTMINTII : \ Constable .
some in the
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proposalof } .'. .i
the. rOH U. HIM H4lll.r: First District earn.:
Motkt (:mmitnent. It retires |jt.{ Hep.. Jamie I.. Whitten of N..t.rr: i I" hrrrlv. Ki\rn That I hair
Mississippi; .
filed my finals.ri| and petition HARRY H. JOHNSONFor
I istliNl : .t. t,f ''mMriuli| ...'tio ile ii'ii4' and. | that! tin per cent of all Federal income besot for final.div h.irftf as. .I".tlary. Kxniurix : -

.., pr.earing, f..f war t.. .1:4'lIr.: : it ,\vn aKpaaeli.mnt a wide!" for, retiring 1 the public debt.While llowvll. drsram-d.f ihf, and' .thai.f HcnrJ C.II'Ih.... Constable
!:trd .
dad \'h.: fiat I 1 will aptK. |
and |rfparplne: ":-c % the plan was .. Hi.- Ilonorablr" Ra\mnn l Jt Lord (First District)
rejected by the /'uu intJn: Congressional fiscal committee, this; does 'I"rlda. for 31J'r-.val 1,! final BENJAMIN J. PIERCE I
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Thr ptudy fll "ni..tinS' fllihiCin i ii not .r..t..rl. and f r final titiirfr (Bennie)
necessarily mean that it is dead. iUrKT! : thestate ..f
near lu the Ilenry J. Howell r.II..t.:;.. ,, : Listen to "CLAUDIA":
warjr dleovrry<< of truth.Hyphenated -.
Certainly, if the nation expects to l Ita|- l ihi lull dai l ..r I-ehruary. ConstableFirst
re For
duce !!of-. I J \VKWF. 12: 13: P.M.
its .
tiemeivlous! indebtedness and <"> 19orrn R MoKvll. I District
( )
( getits
.XH Ancillary Kx... f
American. utrix of
ought to go fiscal affairs in order to meet any new l:stale of II. nr>' J. H"m,'Ih"l BERNARD H. WAITE

'dark l.. the country' thevv| si t well. I',...- emergency, the only way to the d..MI. TTS.drrea.rd.shit IMiXX.KN. SIMMoNs: I fI 7 oiiiio UNDII AwtMoiiff or tees 'OCA-CO* '..*.... tt

pj..* who 'become American citizens should i to pay CEV.4TT. & Jt'LtAN, I For Constable KEY WEST CO.UI.nun: ( 1.1\1: : :
> set aside a definite proportion of income 1 Mi KirM Nali..nj| Hank Hldp,
.U ileletl t to this nation. .. unreservedly. for the Miami., FI]'.ri.U., altwrnvy .for J Second District f'I1'1&
purpose. Ancillary Ks; f trx.! .
fe,1941.: CHARLES G. PAPY
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I. -, 'Iof : *"" .'.Among tMs Cat-:

J'ic/alia Peri- > tending were Mr. and Mrs. M.

f ri r r r Medina.: Mr. and Mrs. Joe P 'r...r.

1-- 1 s twllLeIt i Parts? Mr. find Mfs. C. JSfrtrrfa, Nel-

Mi:15 Victoria Pffei dadghter ?qrtaM. Math Jafftard

s/ Jpfirt RoeburtItUMtT of Mr. and Mrs. I,'. Medina, 1430
Thompw. street" was given a The tt. S. dEath tale: from

birthday hVr home oti pneumonia and influenza has d.-,
-....-- party at
e......, ..*.d do-h called me in. I'd been A HAND-Ht.WN sign read: Mot: Y of this week. Those at- creased about 70 per cent since ,

,1'HR .... raw t..g 1-aardtsowsl w.htng< tot it since that night I P.i'i Road, an arrow tending enioyed the party: imI9 37*. _

.......: Cot nowhere with him in his celt" pointing. The Imperial inched menselt .Mh tdrehmfnh;; of ice"T l .,
/ Red p.nillrl.But what" do you along with Jigger reading the cream cak. soft drinks bong From 1940 to 19! the poru-
I rtpctl to come of it? names on the intermittent increased by
paradeof laJion of Michigan:
.MM .PH. le-I| dunn A lot or nothing Fow- rural letterboxes.Red served.
aol something his mind Miss Perez was the reeioknt about millioti people.
on !
?1r ,....,#f ..... gnat rasp- \tAt. the simple fact that he'5 was tapping him peremptorily .. --.-. --

**. ....... m a ........... swttiag. I. seised l of murdering Marion with HssJey'on the shoulder. """hat was . .. ... . .. "

.# ,.. M s.* ..**.. mired past DvUcorte. At Icajt. to I believe. "A dippy paranoid. Like
...,. MtV.dw. If I ran get in on that something else everyone "ADSttr
."",d cbhJ.Jy -,I'", in business." in this csse. Claims stomach CLASSIFIED
......, .f. y, "... It**..g. rain You stJl. think Fowler didn't t troubles made a Jekyll and
Hyde out of him.
s....1 .*. stop.std a trtHtant pan.WM kilt Marion v..I..corte' There Maybe he was
acting for my benefit: I don
*"+*,..i t*. ,.arid : i I";''* a poch-poohmc quality in know." (luturfftfltrd' ( lair., .AtlreetivNAtro.i '

I'W ....1.4f' .. Rrd"Th The trees
'* r .. wl ri po I < bert I can say. Red-is were growing thinner rArltltbtsssih
NbsdLL& .ems
**. ""* M g t". p.,....,. that I'm not rare he did. And the spacing of !houses more .WChrA/'Y rats t/tt .t linC f. ... .. .._
frequent ae
..,. ......... d.__. en there are plenty other question Where about" the tail?- = w:.. I. .....,trb 1 .. H. 1.111A.n'd..u
does .
R+fi a .... .Jsi..r ireawd Int.W mark I want knocked down".. before "Damned he if fit I in know"? Jigger ..,., tats bid. f..B).r ...*erti.r.. witfc. I..r aae.rlisdts'..
I Fowler '. .
vote &uall
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I .
NM-iM. ar.'a YPftr.s.i.a. I I.ruC'h. a*," a ........ llk brut bat. .a lout ..I.nlU-" Travers, ma?be. 1A oks like vrtlan. kl th. minuniot c"at. tot eta6fs't1k.t. + gwhnl.Nrthe :
the buil fire It WoM* ot l lea I* t... IC l..fe,
Dixie :
prize type would f'tT.-i:
attil.... 1r1M1gAf.. I Rt'd managed<< simultaneously to hire for The ri. fr fcfc h**** :* I Id le .fc.* la( Theo Crtlxa office I I
oa.tJ atonuhed and fretful The a hundred a week. Unless .ord _loCI tk. miicif *m ....,.,. tvf .',Iorh' lit tie morli' a *. too eel
CyN .... .... 1....... fie'
his Fellow .
11A.f Now what kind of brains Big has an angle! of the first l It wards It .... 01 puWlut a.
.. ... ...... J.'H ....**. Ia i storm gives with you?" his own in shadowing us" Jigger
.1 .lJ,... r._h- savew i Jigger spoke j jerkily, exploring shook his head, perpl xE'tl AU ... f"'fI. t. ......'" safer' be ti...,.. 'ft ter.vent
....... .... \,\ht. own thought "F >r Red shuddered superciliously, of .rret 18 ..,,,,,,.10., lr"nt .t .41111-1 n. .tU"* .111 .oare.pow.iai.
one thing
"horn... ,. ... I ..........., It I 1the phone tapping at IFNS.: "What kind of talk is that!" Tnn. I I. only for /:- rim teo.ttton IS f Me"Itbd. 4ee5NW.t, dad ii.inn.pus
,.. M....... "Think Dixie's aaeee.t..N .aty ts..etaai f aae. aee.pted y
PS... * past
"' .*.t .t Ring y.... ROMw .. enrt with U.A.'*. But hu you? Playing you for a thumo"
; mainly . . . . .
-Can't Can . .
M I Ant .. being<< personally' on the scene' ssy; say I do.: t havea
...$ f '.haNoKWierN l l ihmg about the 'Better Mousetrap" pinch: of salt's worth of faith in HELP: WANTED i' FOR SALE: I
""' ... 114erips. aril II....* .s Dixie. Alto, anything he fays that
act IT A****** tM4.4 While "It.a his job '.,nf'T." I haven't checked and recheckedon MALE OR !
.Ml.. feUrt Ifttrf. ... oat front,I "11.1,be. 110".,'rr. Raw lings let and then discounted by half- 1 t 1 1I Any offer. Must sell I leavingFriday.
.*.*. 'M .*** f I fecund' and third-string assistants I don't believe" I 1947 21-ft. house trail

A ..'" lava ** She macadamIn 1 gush; the. ease against: Fowler in -Nice guy to take an assignment THE INVESTORS er. B. N. Hamilton Mastic
.... all iiasl..M h.IM4pi. plat { rourt Unusual for a D.A. as in- from!" GROUP Court.. Ieb25-lix
T.. 4. ,... e_ .... gsJe i lertfted' a* the v temati.! destruc- Jigger grinned:; "Nice guy to ,
fit .... ,",,",,"y. a.r. lain of the 'Better Moit'elrap' take ten grand from:' i Partly furnished two '((2 r
fftttlrv .hosed him to be. :'ou'd think Red !snorted' I3'beo" pessi- with rsfcts of half storyhouse
.:C : : on {i two ((2)) bathrooms. .- .
mistically. has in en
a. ab*> ,tttjHtfto the basis of that hr'd to: allouton : opening
Mr lira a salt p.tling' the cafe rerronally" Jigger: spotted the mailbox for c-vcltiMVe; tile ((41 bedrooms: Coiner 2 .

a |r* .r.......? )fr| Red try; 1X"ltiJi;J'r had Black-paint lettering; spelled' out: : man IT woman. ) !i j i 1401 Petronia St. feb25-4tx
.,. ..., as Jet' as ran nothing; thcie, not a tnmg, and Mjt :hell. The Imperial swung into must be permanent I 'J

aed.. I ..... w....w N ray dotum (aid a0.Jrpger a :graveUtorto: : dri'cwar.ord; toward i t well and favorably L<.idy's dinner ring. ;5 diamond.-.
| eontinurxl. Then this a square hitc-framcd garage -
.H3 Nice. $25 716 Dun! ask for
..t M..a44.a. want Uwhat' t.ent)-four hour ultimatum to earning or ccpaWe or' I It' (! .
I me I cvuk-l l swear his main cm- The garage doors were ijar One substantial income.: i! Mr. Kovvsl t. feb25-3is

-JI..1 awl .....ratrt t, phaw was for nic to clear! out of side' was tenanted by a lughiy- t' cider part-time repre!< ;
... ,.is tees ... FewktM the Fowler cae-that anything: polished maroon readier wearinga Outline fully ': 'Two lots on Flagk-i. +41'2") x S.Vone
IIM. ...' ...., -.. .Astiw .." ,( else he had on me was wholly New York license plate. Jigger' f and sales lot on Johnson: 41"2" x 8 ".
.. shut the motor. set the ness exp
1 pr..d MMffldllffrm /rmndary in importance emergency
': /a.....M two t aI .. aft I There was an immovable brake, and honked his horn. : iNter to 412:! Olympia ''i Phone 443-J. feb25-3tx:

J | hshnes in Red Then w-hat're mU-1 The echo vanished dismally. ,, ami. Fla. !
-,.,. ".. MN', ...... d.wrratc doins blundering Fow forward The house was a box-like cot. Gtneral Electric: rf'rI leroitor. For
.... R.. lisi.d wars a mureM here if the! D.A gave you an I!, tag:?. ot:ter-\vhie i! with coal- W WANTED: !i information call 4b4: or 150.
.... .tN'. Ili act si.M". ttwo Mara KJI! Are you daring Rawitngs. toy I black shutters. It seemed cold ,t feb25-lf ai
.. hH w N..tR I-.. wahia I ifMin-1 jrou'" Iced promised "lie gloomy, heavily shadowed. It I .
A. "rlfr he's i will"'' sat constricted: in an enclosure Piano-tfccordioti leather
... bib I shrouded dense I who has, had 2 1 26-ft. cabin cruiser, sltep; two. S
fwd .l'a N p tors and I Jilger: lanced into a brief si- [ by foliage. Tall years
M.. a ., a'...... a.i.v m la.t .. lettce: Red had posed 1 tow 'Shall I. | trees v.orc an umbrella touching Call 1536-J galley and toilet Write ELC.
........ .....') ,.... IhRmlirl tither shan't. I I. dilemma Jigger had' parts of the house blotting the c/o Citizen. feb25-6 ? .
a been turning over in hj": mind sunlight rut of the bit <>f lawn. FOB KENT
tow Mel be 4..1 what I havvd! i ainve t.c'd left Raw'hofii.' office. I (To fee continued) (i HELP: WAN1 ED-FEMALE:

... .
Red Brick Garage.

; trS(: frcu:/; fU\-ICi'Ur; { : \d'rJAiM': :' -::'; T.n. I I.\N {! Available Mr. Herman.March I. : Waitress. Apply Ponce Bar-B:-Q.teb21'm:.

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f d : 1-I'f1f'm furnished h
t u Floating! I I sible couple tnttyt in person.= Good hours. Evans f,

3t After: 6 p.m. !' Pilkington Studio. 509 South! r- _
(; ; ard. ftb24-4i 1
j t I _
.ex. r WANTED: TO :

s Taw U" .. i"+ ntvy. lanarnt. Unfurnished -

...1. ..,. Ia'Ln.nt Iit.p+ an ern house by Young men ((3) under 23 to travel

... b. .... fli..tin In tM I dents See me at the locally, also Ntwll'k.. New ;

taw .. w...... U-t bv tM w 3 'k s I I house or Phone : % I Orleans:, Texijs: California and'l
I must move by May return. Permanent: position.I .
tics Ithen barnawu'tsant fir'. urn Poinciana.: Floyd R. 1'I good pay. rapid advcpcvroeniv

,.-4. .reatdara t.. r........ t..y i I, b ; X deputy! collector of \ !' leading plastic: coip. See

.it MJ Wwi. :?' B.. .. mono wed.tri. Mr. Currie.' Paramount Hotel

Thiu. R.f irle.4 the Merrill now If out of town. writ**.
( FOR SALE Can also place (experienced: )
1'b/.iaa .a1 t isitl iii.,'.
......,. ... K.., West ..-y .ni .he 1940 Nash sedan, 1940 managers; nr <:niz'rs.. Miami.

.......M Sir tirrrltrt t.. thettlwi.nsr R coupe. Both extra (' '; Fla. ftbl7-7t

$ law, Th T will rr \ery reasonable

maiss. ..... l.iap ir.rtlr ....ailing tors. Inc. ROOMS FOR RENT

sit-.eel. M "WI lit.... :
'I1w ....... .K..l rvKtmtb I d 40-ft. oceanfront Light: housekeeping rooms (from

....... ...* lf.....n a tuft t'it! Ready for cabins :' $10 to $15 per week. 411 1Y-1-

1.4 $a.eats Iifrfg them the master( Brrgam. )ham Street. fcbC-2i:! ::

al the ot"., loving r.piled. WAR Citizen.
Mrs, Natw.) .......,'" ...Mf theirl '' feb254tx'i FOR LEASE
ljmhing supplies
'. .hail. italyntly lain p.kl, 1 asaweplin
i stock. Plastic tile, Lease
trap prigoeet,) brushes : new fishmj
Ittlir k UM Mgt the biting. nu lodge on ocean. Phone 546 cr6C7
1532 N.W. 62nd Street
l.. ...".... !. ...".... lot tin J. jan29-lf
Fla. Phone 73421.
w..w ..,. ... I IwTlkr a4IuAtrale.liv
"*" ,,.r t; rF t REAL ESTATE FOR SALE:
=_ 3esutiful) hotel site on

---- _ _ __ __ Bight. 80-ft.
Hun n
.i|.T..ti>.. H Mr at birth For. any kind of property in Key:
.. rights. Bargain.
""s 14. pryh. .., the t'llltil, \\\"r"Ih"t. ', We -l. be it home hotels. moteL!
%lMa .... Mom .tt aUiut :t PRESIDENT TRUMAN is welcomed to St. Thomas Virgin Islands I W.AR. or busint"ss l"wation-s. intact

)..... MIIIT till It by islands' Negro Gov. William H. Hastie. They are, Paul Bovsen 626 Firming :St.' 1 .
eh-ek. 1013 :
Baby : Apply
beside the Williamsburg which Phone 15.3 feb24-24tx
--- -- standing presidential yacht on ,

.IIF.tiI: (1t. WtIJ. 'M) President was cruising! through the Caribbean en his visit to I
: Choice lot for sale. Finest location
U. S. upssioni.
p :
-' --"" 2 tricycles: 2 10-gallon
close to ocean Residential -
pressure tanks. 2 oil :
I i t>r apartment;;. Very icasonablc -
BiIsiVIart'Ii3For r r TUI1 1 IS HISTORY' suitable for pressing Phone 798. f'b-tf!)
1 ( 1 boys 25-in. : j!I

(Know America) J. D. f Boa i up. rear 514 : i WANTED TO BUY I

Basel 1820-Maine, part 01 Massachusetts :; St. I
Seaplane( I
having by popular vote I Will pay cash for reasonably: I
i* voted separation is so officially ')13 kingfish boat. Chr> i|1 priced business: site situated l

o Scakti bids: for repairs to aqua separated by *ne Massachusetts; motor excellent |I between old and new highways

itt micro" at the Naval Seaplane Legislature ly eqtrpped.: $1. ; between Lake Surprise and

wl ll... will l hr received at I 11 I a. 183& 21-J ear-old Samuel Colt Inquire Sun and Sand: i'| Rock Harbor. MPM.: Cot-

m. Van-h. 3. at the public works patents h.> "ievolving! gun" j i trell. Box 562. Route 2. :Miami
nffirr of the Submarine Da-e. ))1-17-; The Pennsylvania: Railroad -
I Florida. ftb23-3tx
The work will of repair; Company chartered with New two-bedroom ; I'

to and motors steel list of 60.000
pumps pilingwppeats subscription !some '
x 88" lot.. Tile bath Top cash for washing rnachim-s,
foronorete pits. repairs shares at $50.00 I per" share "'|I
and porch. Spacious I condition. Mr. Colirn.. '
to pits and otht'rOur!..-. 1901-The United States Steel any
Located 500 feet from 1478 feb24-C
(.''nrxlr J. II Lofland. Jr.. is Company incorporated.1913The .
$11.500. J. M.
ofk-( in charge of construction. 16th Amendment to ,
p ; .. the Constitution-Income Tax- Phone 831-W. ,!: Old fashioned dolls buttons oil

lamps bric-a-biar. rtr
proclaimed in t'f!('(.t.
(;i more Off On I! 1919 Oiegon's gas tax of lc,' Open. Inspect $10500 for collection. Write at ones .
bedroom home. CBS
per gallon in iffect-fir..;t Stateto to A. Mixuorf. Cottage Coutt:
tion. on corner lot 60 Key West Fla. feb2fitxMISCELLANEOUS ;
tax .
gas.1943Anetirans:: I
Training Trip ; occupy Kas- bathing beach.: Half

serine Pacs in Tunisia. ance ten year '
i i iq4VUmted States British east corner Leon and !
fSS CJilmorr. thr submarine j l
bomb FranUm t-on-the streets i i Washers irons vacuums and
under that has teen at the Sub- 'planes !j
Main. I fans repaired. O'Briant. Phone
line Base for smile time leftfo : I
tn.hip and 5.10( officers and MacArthur turns governmentover 1 1Cost less because I IMorc" i t I ___ I

s is men it boIs aboard The last I time '<' to the Filipinos. U. S. Marines Special prices I'1 I For guaranteed plumbing and repairs i

Iii i the ilmure was away from port,. on Iwo Island;; start cleaningi operators Miami Free estimate. Call:

r. was several< months ago when she' i i i i out the Japs. 7100 N.W. 7th Ave. ; John Curry. 512 Margaret St" ,
1946 Hunter 78-6821, Miami 38. i Phone 781 feb7-llt! '
went on another training cruise. i i i College: Gymna- j I
I II I I ium. Bronx. New York picked ,
tl' "f'p' <:'a"r I I for the U. N.'s meetincs. i;; Dressmaking a rt d *lt tions. ,

HAMCfNd OH ... cltr well attto I Apply TtlJJ''tl i iI 1: 1947-Rirs-ia' approves United 1948 Til-dor 6 Super; I Work g\ aYanteed. 1917 Mar-

T.trgps .r .Ma4 at Tin* I' States plan for trusteeship over fully equipped fftff SfteeL. f b23tilI ,
I for marriage> li'rinses !I the former I $2.000.
.......... ...'. W a. w-.(. Applications Japanese-mandited m.iI .lgl" ,
were IiU-d yesterday by :t i elands in the Pacific.street Citizen. : I LOST
uat.l. c....... -nUs. '
11w I
Pnpa. of the U. S. Navycud I ,
t.w w Mal setts .... ikamg.tL Virginia M. Lutzon. 29. Philelphia I' and by Lloyd E. Wynn. Two ((2)) new cottages 'I Between 322 Eaton street and

!. Cobra. 11. was ........ I! < : bv William 'II Smith. I I 2u. of the U. S. Navy and Violet Corner Olivia and |r Duval: street Gray Waterman's ,

.... ilia ....... by. Cia..... I| :a. of the U. S. Navy and Mar- :!! Klasr.ja. 20. of 621 Caroline Tile baths. Apply I I Pen. H found please call, l I.h.febll3tx. I

...-., ....... I II II jterle. l L. Neal. :22! of 1410 Pine I I tn-et. tionia St. '

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4GE FOUR :. THE KEY VEST CITI2E:N RED\'E>IbDi1Y. f1w...,. d .

House Find

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l1 .. :!ir'tl' .,}, > >:. S ; ; I WASHINGTON. There to ee ..y .. atrItirtur
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: : :' : : House that is not getmaUy& tic .mi NOT- II A... .
._.. .....,i. ., __..r. .i w ..".. .....," if: -. .... 'f .-. .J '.'";','1"\,110,' ..!. tactic of a minority caa't .succeed y uat enuttee l ... ...... .....
f io>--;"':'} ...# '. ., i Ai.1 H ,. y -- tilt
Tw tMI
x' : boH wth *.. tetlie
r .'"':' 1' J is playing
,... : .". .I. .t Hr b ...< .: reasons people refer to the "..=III t ..... _
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V : 't ; ilia tlH "jIo .., t '0 .5tR11tE. Here is how the Nell. CM W tad e* Oi

: ... t ...,. ...' the House any bill whcfc .be. Need *....... .
.._.>> be brought up for e e. tike llh> Ot ewm

committee can make a I. elN.weraqI .... -

I but seldom is tau cteae, tfI

t I If the' Rules oomrmtl- riltr.e. ..., .._ .... ......... t
to make a rule nadMc a cvrl tM ...
.** *"r%> H + .
bill to the I tkior the u.t'Net
native foi Uicfcer u. that e.*w .> iM | t..*-..... "aw ..

mittce-appruved bill. .. t. torvw Ikr n .M.... .
up on Wednextev lint mm.. .bit, iotrnt.kra ../.- ... stir

j .0 fan prevent diMruMMMM MI N ky ... .. stilly-. _
t.1 an endk.- set les uC 4..'-_ ee.ib .r.1u. r.. ,
< It works UM way TW" ....... ,

h t>. ,croup matte; i M..elf soe.m 'e+ 5. .

t 1+ the floor One ef tfcrtr mtmfc. ..
tI calls fur a mil call to .*. ilI .-

I < ;. !I quoram IS .pre<..... A r'..' .

v-' ."- ..o.- ,->.->-. ," .". -... ..If.-. .=--- ... ......,.,..,,. __ "'" takes about hM. .hi .. .r I.....
!{| The speaker mu" MM.n .v.' I Ii
11 "it i 10"" t
i and order a toll call T Sw i- taut.. .

STRIKING PILOTS of National Airlines ara picketing la a new way at Miami Beach Fla.-in the I[ ty members ion\eTfc ..#i tfcr II 11-" I

SKY. The plane at Uft tows a sign reading National Airlines Pilots: On Strike. The pilots and answer: to :that caM

went on strike in a dispute over their demands: for mere pay.5 Alter they "aeseer *.. f
names they afi+m lv tfcr II .
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After a quorum w pit I )
._----............- and bu ine*a w abum t. .... _
: the dlsappcaraaie .f Nte. .,.1" '
..' .. members "hn hate )tt4. .*...K''
present is CORNERQUESTIONS : Another minority MMl/ ti<.
ask..; for anothernil cfrfl tit ... C

........_....A.. + a quoram is then. |.Ni iM I"h .

it obviously ln tl thtl the wits
AND ANSWERS its members ruto berk( l.. it, .

Will the V'h'I.lns1 1 iini-t.?- 4- name; as-m. Ami tfcr N..>

tion puloi' ttHjlu,td in i IIIh t goes on and on
Most fainou. ux sir i I.1 i
: i.
training Ca.l attiian :.."
mcd l'al information scum VA ixgarding '- method: was; nrwdr m !**> .re.
; hip disability': 1946< when the Kilr. rMNtt<."\ .
the .hand erf lbsn. of', BEFORE YOHi1ATTERY
here are the ansMvito these s. ,'i"rii I was in a
and other questions that \tttiuricsuUirK -;, y I majoritv The mmmiOn > "*
I five to five fet N '
split I
::; a -k VA cuntait '- PlAYlOUT
uprtkcntdtivts. .
: : s fI I whether to nuke a role a4t>" .,< ,

Q I am a disabled \tUi" I'< : the F. E. P. C Mil' to fe fat.u.h
"'orld'al' II and could hk. :" I up. (Pimttent TI utttiae '1.1et lit-I. ,.
know if I can be J: \l'n a st.iti t i t-d defeat ore ('oaten 't.laNi I' ....
mcnt of di.vdbilit\ Mi MH>n l>cratU'c uhr ,"!. .>.
A Information mv fiunutii; l tuio, t the rommitter wn UM Ir*. tel VI (ntt.K .

er regarding;: your diva'MiitIf \ ..e, Iattonl.I .
: furnished] you whe.n. in *... I The .'. E. I' C biH Uwt no'
judgment of the Ads :.n-.ii. .:tl" .. i ,; reach the flair via the IMdrs ..'n GENUINEFORD I
Veterans Aflairs. itM l pull: ail' j mitti-c t"'t"iIUM' of t+NB tlpM ti..Ind .
t the nul" rKanrr (. bat'..
'Ilo injurious: to your | hu ni 1 i '
: ot that bill M base. si .
mental health Your 1)II\illl-. j jsicinn > wa ale
may, obtain from. \ ,A ipoi 1 1 s' : onve Wednesday They t-ttwl that
written .I qq.y t-ft any in'nmalr! :".nt't ''outlet <>n many' Wsvtnr.nirtr..oi.. BATTERY
a ... r+lnccrniri *. your cond/t.o!., :i vfiu n\ 4U-t: .." trta-ly tunwt. the q u., ..ii
.. : lie ictiuin ; to tieit0u. call .hliln.t. 1.1..t t .itSmi I'. ,I'

Q. Vill the VA piu: t.>v On .>n*' \Vi .ire v..t.,' .I' that It prkfll
.. and equipment while t ;.II" LK'r ..I..ou1 ? dotes I o1L I ...1';'". ..
on, --job trainins I > theC I e L b i.". right and fvHy

A. VA will pay for those tf, .it\. <.POH'thiv -.I
x .
ll and equipment that a: t. i 11' : ...... t .I".J' eUtlf'lla1'W9W
1 h.\ all traim-cs for tin .',.t,-t i --
logy pursuIt ol the same e'' ,'it. $.. allullullllu1wulmnnlunwlamuhIIwnEutuIIiul.: -- 4B .'

1112: tttur.e.Q. .x,. -- .. : .
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Will VA pay tuition K-: ''i' tit
\ ,' ., Dtll l rttu
veteran to attend:l $' bout i \ :II'I
he ii taking! on-the-job tiaipin. A BURST Oi", FI3L'!: .AND SMOKE: forces: firerr.n: back from an PIIKTIIC Monroe Motors. 1M.1e .

under the (.-I Bill' uria'r3: : v."dow aj they: nuke. futile"oIttempt to rescue six memo
.\. Ye the Veteruv. Adnun- j bers- : cf ihs H. Alas Grsog fniip'froro their burninj I -room c.: I'HOM l ijte1 \
i imitation will for such M-luxtl:
pay | house en fashicca': Ic Brew3tr: street in C&r.b.:idgi!. Mas. AU ..- .. .
t G&QW&UHS&[ w. 1 111.
in:? if hIS tours c of study. is u- y
+ nh h:1ilr: il::udi:1 four children, perished. -
fated to the .o.tion for \\hun .
h(' is in traimns i titf the :l hoot l li ._ = I "lm"UlmUll"mm-:: :::: :::::=:::::..:::::::,.::- Y

( >ur>e IS piea.iibed and iveonimendeil ,

a> a part of his job- HI-:"" Cl"I: : :> [UK; l til II- ISOMK: : '
I training: I

Q What should the veteran, doit ?
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training; he reeeixe:* i
A. That is a matter, for the 1 fI : __ Get a CASH LOAN ef

\Ttcran to dl'lidtior: hinia.-if ; COM..III e1. arts "(l t
but) it might be adx.-ible for him I < Rh, j I A1a tala r..-... 100 300
\a:: Msloo
to trek eoun1 or .i VA t: .lOln ; '

officer lie lan aIAad: -*.,n- 'I, "I .1.-111-' t .... ... .......' b.a
tunic hi. training. i>r with'A's
penni ion hv- can switch l.. ".i- I I 9 '" :mica

other training eU.blrshnutit, Ii i t is;:: I,,; I. I n,'. <1'ifr;;;

(Vcteiansvihinj; iuil'n.1! nformation I
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fit ; max hut; tht i i.: q le-Moi: P > 1 .r..w. 1't11II; : .W.

M'li,illan-\'.i :(O rr.v vitm" t __ .
Vtlcian-' .\dmini: ,1\1"11 (I' '
I'O !B :fi:iIiilcresting .I' te'Z V i d I '.
at 211 U' Enjoy a Thrilling "Trip All,.... t. ,.

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txir;son t Wiest; ;It';

to set; .i.*> will at night as .. .11" .,..t.uwk i ic
In 1940.( almost hail of all L

R'hnols: were unc-room ir .tituturns. the Palatial S. S. FLORIDA'

R Ove. n.g'i: : O-B M M .* ,
In 1319 truly l half the Am"II-1 1 __ __ on ___

cans were between in sthoot i3 and 19eais old i' ,,,. ,, I: oJ,. ,, I, t, MONDAY- WEDNESDAY- FRIBAY

RESCUE.tORKERS: sii'j into the ruins c* the Atlantic; Hotel Oft RETURN SAL! .'NG5 : S'I\! f 'f, ",fAY' JIlt
The Antic repotted. t" I
seas Jer salem' Ben Ycn.;oa Direst in earth of victims of tho! bomb-
be about one degree warmer thn I 1
-ng that shattcrad! : bu ivi'i!q:. oyr two bloc-ts in the heart of the
theyere 10 years ago.From
city's Jewish(;! bus; rsu ;!&&str. t. The mammoth explosion killedat : [SPECIAL EXCURSION FARE. NHY '.. pili) |IM
least 52 orFqhly eiaSt injured:
1940 to I97! the popu- pcr: rersons were dug <*..... ........) ........, M.
btion of U. S. Patfu C a"state- from the debris. Arab l leaders! ; ,aid thei. Commandos set off
increased about iO pent,tit. the two trucK loads of cxpljsi.e:. I TWO ClORttttS .fcttHmitAM. Htf ,IMMU etIN .b ecnsMIyrcticwim.

Ttrt.ts pN .d let ...... .... ....ty M ss''lpMI
From I'HO f> l--tT!' ;. t'n' t po1,.u- .... gf. I i J

lation ol the. S.n t- ...nJOdkUnd 1 c.:. Wial.r r..I. r r ,_
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:560000 P"( ''ult I TIM n.OItvA'liCit: .. ...* .J, .. e
Located in the Heart oS the City 1n12ft!: A 6ct1.wN8 --. ....*-' ,. erabotad
I Rates ; Write 'I .hp: 1:1 .s m II '..' x .......... n.... .... ,...1. we
WOMENwho I RrO'\IS or Gant 1lraLrooi. e .atM. co... IIeW.I ...... ...... .
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: fr: R..anat.loaaI I tor pl.o.rur. .rro...' ,-

feel I with! BATH and TELEPHONE I I_. -- iay.cb.a I. .. ...... .. wait:
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bi.i,- NERVOUSClued l Ford Pcrshing Miller ROUND TRIP fARE = sq el.r';.

=! by functional "middle-age'! > : '. \ .
'. Do:vou suSrt\ I fie IM ..r.tnfrvois Hold Hotel Hotel ('\ ,' .' 3 ; :
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irritable. tibia eflln\ ;:;.1 I e. 4
owe to the lunt tonal! n. iol -*_<>' 63 tU:. 3rd St 226 NX.: Ut AT. 229 N.E: lit At*. I
period' p,-'_ulu I" I 1.1.. '."!I' 'l ik.'...TIV -S3rrs''Th'nDoti .& 8') Roonu' IOC Room?' 80 Rooms f filii''" CUO OUCITI -..... ....... -. .. ..... ......

.1[.U.blf'Comp<:.uiid \U. inu\ 'd' ,i'ft Elevator Elevator Elevator
trnrptoms' It al t I' '-. whit' Doilotscall
a stomach umic eat' Solarium Heated

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West t ty la I''b .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeee its

Davs Cone Bv :\ \ TROPICAL TRADER WHERE TO BUY n Wb.a certain there p r u to od snub u buy d 1-sand .rvic!o needed THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU 5If 5 I

i J U or TAXE THe CIYIZCN nOM riLCS or: I, e 711 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 ............................................ ........ A........ ............................................. LWE :I

J1 II. t,. FEB. *&. .till ,, :j Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : = It Is Electrical! W E nrIRI IT1 T ; .... );:f ..:. POOR OLD CRAlGnni 1 :

1 ; l'leut)' of Action Toys for the Children E We Will. 5-
Key Wr Jun j, Call For tad Deliver : : WHITE STAR I
'Mr .4 OwnnCTrr .will'tote 5 Electrical 30' Service Station :
Experience la i
.. : Appliances Repaired Electric Work : t
Ure *icht. 7'30 wVWk. :
M *. t>.. .Uwe *| the. Chamorr. ..( ? ..........eeeeeeeeee. : CLEANERS J. H. BRADY. t......* MiOH .MFtaacfe : $

elra ......... ... .IA Cawha Iluttlb414hn4 .,3 .....................**.eee eeeeeee......eeee.....eeeeeeeeeee............ LLCaL1211 Duval Street : : Marco Mesa. Jr.. Prop. ; ails DMslM its..* : i
""" 'na urn I. ;, S ELECTRIC TELEPHOdE'l1 : 701 DUVAL STREET Tirrs Tube Batteries Auto .\ If......... : ..: t

) : { : HOME SUNDRY STORE .................................... ........ 822 SIMONTON ST.1EET ,: Your PURE OIL aDd GASOLINE DwtJ.r* : !t
fir. Chalk' W lMnan. nmMele4 ; ........................................... !
-Mil the etliturUil, ilriart. : 1107 DIVISION ST. 'HEAR COR. WHITE 8T. : ........................................... ; Dry (:Il'fl";:'% .................e................. .......%
'" I W.*I .. The Xlorninc i.2J : Tour Patronage Invited" -: ; 211 SIMONTON STREET P. O.'BOX' 482 ; vnd;' PrrMim; : f
r |*ai.I l .4 New.. .ut" 111',11: 'TY
City a. 24-HCUR SERVICE : .,t!! CAROLYN I
'rt1 t* refer .! The Churn ..tltniIL t'\' : Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine : : NEIL SAUNDERS ; Free Pct-Up!; and : MIiriKOv () : :
Delivery Scrvici : : r *u Hotel til rt..r.a 1M.
____ "1 1N ,3 Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : : : : '
c.m SLITS for11:1; :\ f DONALD BARBER j
.... .... S Toilet Preparations and :
*%* err a l tnritrtt .l d.a l lth Articleseeeveeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : i SIGNS : :
allelHIEr) \ :
'" .. .tfMnrtiiVwtkcra ... II", .. ; V'u'1' Wf Special .la : i
g,....tied. ..* ........I... ,1 ..... :: ; : i1 rai"'I.\J; 1ra Ilre : Scalp Tre tment. Hair IArl.e. :
,.. .... ,...... $ ""tiel .lieu. ..... -LICENSED-Rentals 1 PHONE 282 ; A LI. Tvrfc .* ..t...M rSRn.
+- .toIJ'", fttM......... Kr. W. ;r : Outdoor Advertising On the Florida Keys ; ......................- IMluilC 1 175 ruaataav .*1K.i. a..:
.....". *| 5 MUMFORD and ROSS 5S.SSS SSSSSS SSSSS 555 55 ............................................ '!lilt

.lib, .rer..... ,Hrrfrkn MM. *' ,Kay Tt-Ni.ii Wtriw ,b S --- ; -"0 DUVAL STREET. -___. : :..e................. .55555555555555555555555 5.................... ...................... .. : . ... .e .......
letawnr*! Iron IlrLai t tftr L5,1 ,' Exclusive S PRITCHARt f. i .l
J Monroe : ) ;
County Distributors for : STEWS BEAUTY NOOK .
i 1.1iI.; .M| .swung. HIT. fit RUSSELL'S
MANk lei '.uulha :: Carrier : Scientific Beauty Culture A
I t.... 11.4. .tk, Air-Conditioning : i FUNERAL : LOPEZ : in All t Branch* -' .: 'i
V-5 DRY ,
e for Domestic and Commercial Use : : : : Thoroughly Experienced. : t
N ra ha Ina _, : 133 : : : J
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HOME 1106 OLIVIA : Funeral :
.,'/a tai MM sad.* fiiwti Mr. ....1 of| Mf ll t" ladle I..... _, ...Y..................e......-.-..........?..1139....... % STREET Service : Soft Water Uzd ExcluciT*!; :

",.......... -.... &1 ....... nwk55.t'Ilr1e : ... eeeeeeeeeeeeayaa.,,,>,,,>,,,><>,><>>>>>>>>>>>>>> />,.* 1111's> Srrrt ;: : PHONE 373Wumcn's ; Estabished J 1365Director ; Phone 637 536 FUmiaf St.

,. .Inlet .< SM l.W'C". C.Id' !1 1I IIi Serre Kesl ; Lic'C'IIM..1 I FIIIII"nll I. ... .........L.....!

l.. ..,y ...;;:::;-..4 HIP. K _s HOT POINT .; ;. S"ccializl"K )) snitElitl.altiarr ..................................................
, ....If. ...... ............. Na.0.4s L ELECTRIC % WE HAVE NEVER : : ill : : 1.' IIT. ("u.l.omt.I': Fl kncS.l and the Pub1K Irv 1.4 ,
U ( at thr ..I0 rkin .
itifM Salon
> Frances
lUpaln on Sewing Machines ft: All Electrical : : % andChildren's Beauty
sjS SINtt.vt, '..h..a. I'' ? CALLED FOR and DELIVERED AppUuicee. : WE NEVER WILL .. .: 2 /-HourPhone : ,
Frances Pa k. OAHT.
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11 Appliance Ph. n or 23.weeeeeeeeee % 518 : Culture in all i it WMMPermanent .
.. /4.f.r.l" .t'he1 _trr I"| k : : : Sert'le/; : ,
\t.a. ...,. , 1..NpwnZ .rwl' .. .... > eeeeeeeee: Never = A p l urrel : : Scalp TieatnwiM :

.' t3>VM IMC*l a ...'ii..k.! furl.tirr ill Ukiiik, Thr.C'III. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeR. ............Sleeps.......... ............. .......... : 135 Ncjlil 636: S: Facials Shampoo Moloch** ,, ="

9f 1.lI. ...pwu. iwrwln" S....II.Yl HOUSEHOLD S ............................................. ...................... .555555555555/5555555 r..
....... ... (.........., R. RUSSELL .............................................
;rrr; GOODS : ......................
_. 308 WILLIAM\ STREET J. A. MYERSLicensed : Marion's\' C.\S\ (:\'O :
I .... Biggest Bargains in Town IIUESO :\ :
DRESSES. West Fla.
1M .H 1. tiUHrr.n. t'al.. on SLIPS.GIBSON : : ; Key
.fN 1'RA' .1........... (....,.......y.... SPREADS. BATHROOM SETS. ETC.CtSII :, "Southctnmost' House in u.s.A ( t..Expert t.
e1Nt..4I.,1" wth.. ww.nltut fnanYiMd .. / TERMS : SOUVENIRS 1400 Du..l Street T.Io_ "I' :;
.Nh. a I..s.I .4 ..Ichl. 6.Kh .. : Call 131-R and Goods will or be PAINTING Contractor : Hair Tinting Haix Cun J ; .. :
brought to you on approval : CONCH; SII!ELLS; *- 4 t
W'.1. Personalized Permanent SlyLnqVCorectiv : .
''eveeeeeee veeeeeeeeeeeeeee : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED a ; All Sizes ; Facials tT" :.
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a1.. Mtw+ TltvtM: ; : l h, Mlfcltol ..kit. .............. Telephon. 9127. 114 Dural Street. Jefierioa Hotel : : Exclu ive but N.t Cxpeawv* __1 .
tw.wbiw. T.......... ..Ita''" eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. ............................................. COCOAMT1SSPONGES; ; .............eeeeeeeee ...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
"" awl ....... .......a- hs I Uta' Sale 20% T 555555.5.5..5.5e5.eee5e5555555e5e.eee........ .............................................
.. t., .' t. l KCT f IH oa dwelling. F. Insurance I ; :. When You If'ant FASTER, BETTER : Fee Men JIhc ,
5f51 ..... T aM
scree an't II.
JK. ..u+.r.,aTU.::; dull. w t % bId,... houle. br INSURING withAtlantic (. : FLOOR SANDING : .h.0 w twat : .
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1tk N.'lttn.el l YtKllh ba hold and p.r' : On Old New Floors CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE :
Mutual t I Fire I Insurance Co.' or : : Will Ship to Any Part : S Warn S '
AJ .inwfnl.f N t.u t innM IIa jUv : eons .Uecls. ,
MZMw' IeM ttlt ... sal! u : Sa15% on ? All Policies N0a-Autuable : Guaranteed tf'ork Modern Methods : of l/JS. or Canada :
8r.y ".vet the ft4"rt..n ,,tlnVi. IIa: Jotereantile Marcy S. Palacio Beauty' I
.. .'. J. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 i i ,
p. .. .Ilh ka.1 l 1 wpa r'hww Jtlir' Stock J. DOUGLAS TREVOR
I1,. .....e .Iwt. .1... UI' un % ....... : ,101 South SIred : ,
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ............. Colony
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B.&B. CYCLE SHOP : LAWN Mafnt.nsnc. A Neat toAM "....
,':'j. R. nu. .t v, s ....|.".... ... % LANDSCAPING PRUNING-TOPPING. i REAL ESTATE f. ...' !t
Luc p.l..4. J W HuHiv.n. V SO.pltwt .. : 50
uz Fleming St. R. M. Daniels. Prop. Phone 1013 FILL Top SOIL. LOTS Cleared and HEDGE Trimmed. : ;... 1 1'J
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A|. *.e. iHr. hi4h*.v !I.ut Cusliman Motor\ Scooters Marl Hauled, $5.00 for 4 Yards Also Lots : Sales : .... ...
a_, 1..c 1k .Is.sI..... .d rvtS; Appraisals! : + SpaletLav .It
_...&s) L.ri'tstll. Set I JTl :' Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : Cleared and Marl Spread, Very Reasonable :. Leases ,: + l Mo.l". ",....e ..

!'MIIes T'6 W.rbkc.-- : BICYCLE : : WEECH/ 1021 OLIVIA STREET : Rentals t.> ;' I olrhr",... .c.. .erfTrlophonr v.. : 1I

: .,. : *"" Rental Service PUONE 801JEFFERSON ; Managentr\ nt 20(. fur :
t./t......,.. ,....."Crtwrn.,..e: adto 411 Buddy i 1 Seats W ...................1.............,...................... : Improved and Vacant :.............. AMJnlmrnlSCHABLACSFAMOL|/| **.*****.*.**.
.* w N..I .. .... the .).-i ito Vi e Parking Flags ; Properties in Key West : ... .... e eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
"" ... "...- I 1 COFFEE SHOP i : and Monroe County ;
e WindshieldsFiMilrcbls Good Work Low PricesDailr.
) -- '"1.-- ., % 118 DUVAL STREET J. (or i 10 -
rlt.a' to I IKe | |HU r[ y 1
wllwn. eI nto"" Irtfra. ., Ig ah.551 \ Open Daily and Sunday, KUUIIIIIIMKREALTOR: : : .?: : : between 9:30 AJ4. uH X9f I
: : P.M.- Appointment* ere accepted :
1041100 !: : i s'elr. b : 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. :
; SERVING ; 411 Fleming! Slrcet : from public by Seaiot Stt 4eU el 4. + :
ltIWpusU&.l. Mrf1Yr"' w. u.USIIy ... AIM. DAV10N IUCYCLES and ; Dinners : !
.re ...... "tfOd Math hoot M :. S1KKLCOTE UU1JHER ENAMEL ; COMPLETE f ; 913 While head; Street : TheSouthernmost
\\Ii Also A La CaIte and Sandwiches : Phones 124
Ii'IIIIIIIII.JII ..........................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .. REASONABLE PRICES: !and 73S-R .: School
AN/ ........................... ..................1................1......... .......................
.....................e :; --SEE: THE NEW MODELS OF THE : .............................................. ......................: of Beauty Culture.

I i LOWE'S : MAJESTICWirr "Monarch NOW ON of DISPLAY the Air" :; I ROMERO'S() ELF.TRIC SERVICE : INSURANCEMIIJ \ 511.; Soulhanl Street Sr.5ISrIb, ::: ::

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2612 HARRIS AVENUE : w./M .v r M* A "
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Recorder RADIO 1 Phonograph ; ; ..r (>i oud ....h u........ ..... .kw.. 11M 15y-I t
An Ideal/ Gill Liberal Trade-In Allowance : IF'n Repair; and l Rescind All Type of : pi.-. ., in. l lrfutjr culture Th1.e..__. a. ........ .M
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RADIO Bring! Your Radio for Repair : : ELECTRICAL MOTORS : :t/r I ill( "t Sf tt\i/: / i I- 1. .Ull.l. r'. r'f| K-M| watt ., Vtfr .i.. ..... A, !
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; to A Radioman S :: !'. I I'a ; ripp'Mnlri.rnU art n<4 rrq rt :
'" Appointment 5t : ,
21-llmir Radio : "-'I'IIUrIII&tJust: 1 Ask for BRlTl"# : Opposite tie, Slatu"n ,: : 523 SOUTIIARD ST.. or PliONt Uf :
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Repair Service ieeeeeeeee eeei NO. 1 ,: .........................................A*.1 I

i M4 .:,.. IJ r': ; Are You Covered Financially? : Just ArriTed-COAT SUITS Se..M. T.__ .
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'ml DRESSES L.c.-Trtwamd SLIPS..AIIT... .. lIS :
A I t\" c : The Financial Responsibility Laic i. Now : -'MilPurlerAllen-;;- ,, ; Lovely DRESSES for CkiUrea th...... C.......... : ,
I PHONE 1301 S i /1 AI'sMusicCo. : Kffeclire; for All Owners oAulos and Trucks ( ()[ I t l i S beets. Pillow Case. r.maii! *liea.. TABLE e4 >"... : '
Drop In and Let Us Explain This Law to You Todayl' MODEL RADIOS Caa a* Tetme ;
"',..I..lfl' andY : e We Hare Authorized MAJESTIC Dealer"HVt11 :
; Ilelheryap ; :; 629 Eaton Street :; Key West Insurance Co. ./o nipany) : HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO !: I

N \..................... I RECORDS ......PHONE.........1081.. .... 316 SIMONTON. .. ...STREET. .. .. ......PHONE......1371.....: 1........1...........,1 : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET TD.UHOHC INS : i
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: BICYCLES REPAIRED : Ride the flu to the :
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Pulf'aau'T. ; I lie Sure to Get : : Our Customers Mutt Be ''J''1 : Your Entire //<." .. ttttk : I
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rq ... ...wW 11atN. e DRUM BAR and : 2\ :. '11.I.I'I'IIU\1-: : : 1131 Hue I.MIHXII. :
I : The Foundation Today's ; to thecoLz
CORO'sf1Q : West
: e Meal Planning : : 92S DIVISION PACKAGE STREET DEPARTMENT PHONE 9112 LlNItS> j1 ,, : Key i

synTw ...... : e RALPH rARALDO : "We Deliver"Best ,, : Floor
is ... t c..cM e FHONCe : Covering Co. !
I I. KeyWactAtMt IHtfeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee e Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town ; Hare Funl ;

PRONE 12-1 e :. Packaged Goodsweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeve : KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ; 130 DUVAL STREET KEY Wfieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee... Pt IS : .
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Ice COATS lhe> t,,lIt ll9 equipment as firemen shower water on ruins of the burned and colte !- : .. -
Ii ..*.< live.story Jackson building in downtown Pittsburgh. Pa. Saturday. A fireman and a I 1. .- i.

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telling hour which are usuallyt'kvLt '. ;. put the hair up on each side in a//1 I
on Saturda afternoon sort of a bun.
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Beth Fulton of Roanoke, Va,i : in pigtails and wear it pinned to ,
: wind it danu h- .. :
wants to know how ,YOU weary your wigtail; or >
: ;>ur hair in l hack when you \\eariXtaiU. .I. pastry fashion over your tars. t. ., .'.. .' '.
Lots of the kids wear their hair I. : C
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whether to leave hers long or', .
&izc3w rover their heads with the v ip- .
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all the other r q
To Beth then and ir .
huts who are making wigtaik I Ii .
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hair to wear these wool tai*.-or .
i.a1.1rLe '\ I for any other" reason:' A simple i I (You may write Vivian Brown I I 1. .. 1 I
king hub is the prettiest hairdo >I in care of this paper about news '
,........- for a teenager: To wear the uig t of your own gang.) f I I
NEW: state in the aub-deb tails with long hair just part t 11 :
I your hair down the renter- from The Azores are known as the .
her .is tvleTi&ton I
at ) Heps. forehead to nape of notk Then I Islands of the Haw!*.>." .
who hue televiuoa! machines I It 1
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an spoils a lot went of 1M which"me. are Football.qoinq ----14I1I1I1I11'_- ImnnmllllllulutlllllllJf'I g I Meet A Boy I I

Lowball basketball, hockey / i
UM! Lot inq in secnon-keep I II
the. set humminq Th. qula I .
have 'fun watching 'fashion

hows..1 IJIIJUI.."v."' .*..,t 4V.een its naat.up an, show.Mt.l INfuruiMM a&t and ks.ulti qetttnqaavice.. >virhlt r.n JI''I I ill i iJI I i You Will Be Glad To Know 1 1// J

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, Mkt II..t I...s .a m a.kuk.Lfa1,ii.I.turn.r ley TtirnIfffht tl. 1 In u,'II Place Your Refrigeration I over his shoulder, or a basket! full attached lohis ;:

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i and You Will Get = I Because he's learning about people, about finance :

i GUARANTEED REFRIGERATION Mere 1 SERVICEis Economical!! =_ i and how to conduct a business, through :


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Thompson Enterprises Ine.1 i become self sufficient and well poised, so have: j
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Beware- Coughs--.x I Local(t Stops:00 o'clock Schedules At AU A.M.Intermediate Pcmts) I .. (I The Key West Citizen j

fllffl lflalifl ..... LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.
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-That Hang On l 1 o'clock A. M. and P. M.arrives at Miami at 4:00 I 1 .

on rrUeve*pronoUyaM LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (
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naat nkt UM way UtM I FULL CARGO I
coucb or you axe INSURANCE
f MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton & Fraud Sti. J

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I i II. S. Y- .- I.s. -efifk/.ottf.e.eeoei, 1 'Black Widow' Can Fool Doctors0Ur TODAVS BUtnID.ce. .\,..>* w>

Gia'Is'asketb n !'[Charter Boat (CaptainsTarpon People's Forum ( .... Aa.i.e3 ...

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E Teams l Defeats> "B" Five i iI. 1! See Early Season I J The rillxra wrl-_.. e..r.*a- Rate ......S .......

I! .!... .. the ....w. .( ha.r. **,4l borer ill t .
i l .. .k.t tae. .....*... r.-r..ei lee years agar.
In :GOOD; ) TARPON CATCIMES : I are rteht r .. City League Tuesday i 'I Ik. wrtirrm nkMiM kSmtvnvnl j juI M...MiIM .b..'. M.
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: CAN HE EXI'E(FID: : I *. .... Writ .. .s .Ia.' City. ..... Set jwam a.., e e

: m: : bin urns). ANOTII.llHiMIN .'. 1 i The Weather I, .t*tk.....+..*.m. mmtf.. .-*!........,? 'Vrvt. AfUMw laser, 1
; TO REPORTED; ) IN!] I -Ells- ... p.......... ..- ; iPN. +aiist. Iwrl lit .-" '
: 1R t11't:1111l1iEIIl) 1 I FORECAST I. less .......IN II'I.......... J'.i.le'Mrvdoflimole I h11ro.rwni- U y1rNewliy / +

.. I BASKETBALL ; REEK OR SO j I i Key West and icinity: Partly I WANTS- PEN-FRIEND- S :Glib at =... -:

: : ) : a. Judges; of the 1$48 Island city .cloudy this afternoon, tonight and l l'widely 'I .. nerd. ._.. .. ........ ..... gl4l's
J scattered -howers. Not Editor Tru-; Citizen: ', CFia i vtiw) ,. pert Ttiwa.. N .... ...
Tournament :
YI1f. SCHEDULE Fishing some promising: are catches expecting of- much change in temperature' | I suppose yott\ will be very J..... 'wnt'' 5d Newir 1A....... .4MSit I-I.tu.

I. this week. They were informed Moderate to fresli easterly winds. j much astonished''at:; this letter of -a... ............. Lrlarrr. .
II.. .....1 cutffcrfc Vanity. G.-aftd. by City Recreation tarpon by several charter bolt= Florida Few showers along: I course By an accident I've got I luhrr. M ...., I ?
............ 1r.a1M ......-- thr ua. Department I ,' :l; forenoon your address .not completely S2 a..
captain; that all signs indicate the southeast coast today yun
.......... |Ir t...., I.. .t men..: SCHOOL: GYM thai the tarpon !-eason will tvgm]: otherwise partly cloudy to- I but I hope this (letter will reach PFes fAt.... An.rrw (. rsp.
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.. e .+rv '"1))M M l .Haart ... (Night (:James) earlier: this year than usual; and day, tonight and Thursday '1 I s..rat rA tw Uar.a eIf. .. !
oldI .
: that conditions this_ week, ,:! central and r- i am nearly twenty years I fwm.1. .Mhl ........... ..N II'
..., tt.H. ....... K...,. aH. It part Warmer in nortlj p I and have passed my high school ; .
i ularly for night fishing will be'!' tion,:, continued mild over ex nrinl...... M. fMa1Jed .
>rw.e/et Mlw M U raw| TONIGHT i! exams quite well, but as our MN !
exceptionally good. 1 i treme south portivn.Jacksonville .. N.w If.r1A,
f.fM.,',, tt4ttl a..M*. La tr .... Ufr-PCS 13SC vs. ASR 7. I. consider i'i|i Florida vcrsiuej are overcrowded I eel, pwMs5Jlr.. ..... i.n5I .. 4I

ALMA ....a.......oli il for ,.... .4hrM ZCJI: '.V.C. no>< vs. Naval the Many gamest anglers of alL This h tarpon Ji ha-: |i Strait: Fresh through easterly winds much therefore, I failed I study in at entering home uni-I I Vseisi*. A....... .wrar .... '

pMs .Bitty Ketty had. 2 ,4av I Outran--' an exceptionally tough jaw requiring : diminishing gradually today and succeed in entering such an ; ./ Jr. FUrwvrvlby ?$s.4Vol. '".1' i
.ft" *...w'. M..*r ....... I..1 .:Oa-Hub's Sport Shop \s- Ma- considerable snap to set!1'tonight and becoming moderate stitution. j jI ,:v15- I u4 WarM.glaa
... ...d4 ...i r.e IW MwNagwra. r irM"S." a hook. Even when well hooked : east to southeast tonight and am desirous to hear a bit I II : NBy ;,/c at tWo wheal ..i-4-J: .of... .... t till
Isar : IJ"uuc the Girls' High School the tarpon with tremendous :i Thursday Weather partly cloudy I about your American situation, j : St l'.rai, twa. fM rw affil t tI

Th l....... ....... *| tfc* I II 'I!" tttim IS dropping out of the bursts of speed and energy breaks !i: except few showers south portionI .i about your country and people 1 1I FRANK CAREY I *
.la*.... UV: til.' atfcfctl anmHrrMW tii K league the City Recreation water innumerable times thrashing I I I I today. I'I rules and customs, about viewpoints j Associated Press Science Fnnn ,1411)! 10M *4.'. 1.rr rte1.11.41
.* |. M s *P .. .IM *l M in the I IXfkirtrnrnt u arranging amen from end to end and ;ucoeeding I 1 I I East Gulf of Mexico; Fresh i and hobbit To make i! Reporter: <4 T-. rr.Mwd m ;.
.. .. '. I.... between the I I gradually i WASHINGTON.-Surgeons have sometimes been looted by ahwut 7....611Y. 1...MQ ..
1111>, ...... .. Drptfi trtirntLrf UC' fame all too often in throwing the || easterly winds diminishing ; things short: I ask you to give i i 1 _. _ __ _
.M. .......*.. .( the Hit Krtw..l. I"CJ tOM: and the ASK 7 of the hook. It continues fighting until J''! today, becoming moderate me a "pen-friend." 1 don't care j 1 the bite of the Black Widow spider. r
n.-> KIT' *... tits tlrwrMt.nhMi 1 Class A group for the 7 t/clock completely exhausted. Often I I east to southeast tonight and whether this pen-friend is a manor t The excruciating pain in the abdomen produced by the bite
... lilt lilt M la M .HrwliM I ...inr t..,,,.ht. : times the angler becomes exhausted Thursday. Weather partly cloudy. n lady, a girl or a boy. I''A f the venomous "widow" has at times been mistaken for the- "
........ tat. the lied Muaitrr.Mk4 first and a worthy foe. J Jacksonville to Apalachicola: I could not imd any other *, ]pain of some organic ailment says Lieut. (jg) Dallas E. Billman fc. \)'" ..
N S ...... M Ihr heN IIi TIWRSDAY7:00Girls- 1: wins the battle. No small craft or storm warnings.: way to get connected with Amer- !; i j n the Naval Medical Bulletin.* e #

i .U : Came: High School. "Vicki" Schulberg. wife- ofj i]i l have been issued leans, and thus I chose thi- one. i Some victims of the Black I ,"'. J'
*...... h.1.. ,..... .Iran. i shows that the venom ol tic {. .. 6 ;
throughN. 1.| -Mnity- vs! CYCS | Bud Schulberg. well known aujh; .. dwed u.ei K l. II. Kit ; lleachcmrbers vs. C.Y.C.1 or of the two best sellers. "What :; are able. t' less operations he save. as a : male is 15 times as potent. 'to '\
......* .4 KIN: .....- tt raohI t I Woj Makes Sammie Run" and "The i i: Key West, Fla., Feb. 25 1948i Yours affectionately, result of diagnosis of acute appendicitis : venom of the rattlesnake. .
.... p...... durntg afw Ranh. fl (M3 Sonar.. Schtml vs. ASH 7I Harder They Fall:' is looking j I i I(Observation taken at City Office JENS PETER SCHUTTE. or rupture. j The female spiders deMn .n ,... ": ?:
.... 1 8 30 A.M.. EST) t smaller males soon afui 4; y.- '
.r pt lwMa4 heal Wit forward to a repetition of the ,, .: Lubecker Landstrasee! | "The abdominal nunnr:
,.w awe 1.i.. III the BrdMhIMH thrill she had last year when she i i i i Temperature I 14Q ) Bad Segebug 1 Holstein !! renders excruciating the willing Mal: "Black Widows" can' tale* 'tt >C'>t fiLet :
.......... 9 .*..! fe |..iMit. ....... I I nut unno rath: had three baskets caught a good sized tarpon dur 1+i I Highest yesterday 81 British Zone. Getinany i i ,pain: submit patient but their bite is not dangt nn. # ....
(II to to surgical procedure -
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TW. "*.*....! w iih jib. fur S4..iar. R. Smith made 7 mg their visit in Key West. Lowest last night! 72 1, which he any believer will relieve The "Black.. Widow ..I.+," )- t
.... three ...... pant .man l teatS p. int. for dtprndnti. Schulberg is hard at work on his Mean 76 i TODAY'S I "' Dr. Billman adds. called the >pu Y.
$. .............. U .u 21 Sor Itt ft it-**: Blauvelt and Smith. present manuscript. I[ Normal 71 NNI'ERSARIFI.I.I us pain, from a marking shaped Xt .an -' .,- .
doctors.Iways -- -
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reel. N ..... gear all, lhnwlahI.r .Timekeeper' Talktn Score.keener period of the Island Precipitation <\ hour-glass on thi'o bcltit. -
Second i consider the
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City Fishing Tournament loses;:Total last 24 hours .00( ins."Total j 1 (Know America) ;A 'Black Widow' bite in case ol f
at midnight, February 29, and the "! this month T. ins. 174C-Charles A. Pinckney, I cute, abdominal pain and that
RPROFIT REALIZED ;, Jaycee committee urges every Departure this month -1.23 1 m->.I famed South Carolina lawyer, [I lose i attention be paid to p.ibl(: Us Help YoPlan
$ : () () contestant to get their entries I I II '(Total this year 1.12 ins.Departure Revolutionary officer, a Consti- J heart Affects in proven case oluch f
I as soon as possible. The third this 1.30 ins
year tution framer diplomat born inj : bitesMore
I I I' phase. of the tournament will lx'- I Relative Humidity jChuiltiton. Died Aug. 1C, 1825.II i of these cases will Your Floors
FROM: {() BASKETBALL' GAMES 'gin Monday March 1 1.Valch<. I at 8:30 A.M.j ,j 1816-Parke Godwin, famed | probably be encountered in the
The Citizen for (further details j I 70'. I New York editor. author and future with greater frequency" rp"ap/Y r ,'r.r r'agj/11ah: .a (;

I ----- i Barometer notable figure of his day, born in I j he predicts. citing a report of a / AlIyMN4NAMD TiM
R- --- (Sea Level) 8:30 A.M. Paterson, N. J. Died Jan. 7. 1904 I made in 1936. CRKR .R.wT'"
ILtUnrr Onlltir 11..1 I I. .... : : it 1 1.1. MUI!! SMI IK:? group of doctors
/ I' :.5023 ins.-102 7 tubs. 1831-Jane G. Austin, popular t which said the Black Widow is .'%wll'tie
(1I1.11..1"1: ; rt1N111 I. "UlJII' exptnsrs, and are not ct>m- Tomorrow's Almanac American novelist-author of her} greatly increasing in number .Plat tic n.*.
phte."' In addition to the TitoTO
e.nstJwwn ; 6:52: am '
Cheap l Sunrise generation, born in Worcester' i and U invading large ciUcs.! .PN.... *
\'H) !iwisfsslt I 1...... there minor are many miscellaneiKM which" Sunset 6:28 p.m.j.Mass, Died :March 30, 1894 Dr. Billman says research I GF HE ...........
expenses i Visitor-You that public Moonnst ;8-4'! pm, ;1859- John Burke. North Da- j .C p.U. West uisAcw.tis
would take up too much: time j say __ .... 8$1t : a.IL: '
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,LdhNa' .. tit a:! laud ; an- to list here. We hope I'building over there cost $2 (000.' MS.aprrt 1 ., '..11. kpta governor. Treasurer of the SPEEDY SURE C.diagsSHardweSd
-- .. United States. jurist born in Sig- ( fea.l.qFotmisa ,
000 Doesn't thai seem like a "
Ala NATHAN PLPPCIt: tins gives: you an idea about ourinfiOTM ; terrible prick for such a building' : t I' :f1DIL .; ourney, Iowa. Died May 14, 1937. I9869Phoebus i CLEARANCE SALE REUEFFOKACJPINDIGESTION f.. .......
and expenditure Any, I .. .' ..a.i. ... it.. I'I ,* t .
-.i Toftd) ( ow t A. Levene, famt t i No Reasonable Offer Refused C uaur Tabk.
It., .... II.,.. .1.u.4" AthktwItv t.f the high| JM html", supporters who . .... -I a aerv Iwonthlr '. are intei t-St..1. are' invited to I Citizen-Why, man. if you I (Naval Base) ed Rockefeller Institute for Medical 36 Ford, 2-Door Sedate .1'l..e R.Iiel Ilerdia. .. 0arl
Time) Research chemist, born .
Standard in
fiMm* to the school and look at knew the gang that Rot the contract I (Eastern: .
y1.5 I 36 Ford. 1-Door Sedan
VJ4 .Hl. I.I I I'M! ?. the. hooks and talk things over; >oud think -weie team"off [' .-:- HighsrI.ow: : Ru&s; v> Bald in New York, Sept f C
1Ir. aiq -4:5i, 6 194O.( 4- '
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a.m. Convertibleand 1
Nah Modern
0 with atltlrtK association officials: Cheap ** *" tf- 1I:09: -a.m! '"; : 37 : HOOTS & 1 II
ta., .h.411ie1i'. /.N kMN7 ..wl I'um 11:35. t.a9 pi p .11j7; : EnrichQ. Caruso, famed. 1 rGARDNER'S
..}....... 1. hi htruaiy ...............................:.. .Y i1 pm- : iW: 11 r opfcca t nor, born in Italy. Died t:-' Other ear! I !
n Ib4. IM .iwi.pli.. '........1 1 ADDITIONAL DATA:J e.!t;Auf. 221The 1. : :j MUST BE SOLD AT ONCETO' t J. L. C\11.' :''''
34.w,1. r... ,e.. ..... fM.i s.I" ofeisy DOC SILENCED: Imonthold I IY AN ()OPERATIONr .<< Reference StationKey TJDE:;; West : f fI PHARMACY' Fluorine c.......... .....

tar'in wen ...............................-... Tun oft| Height e\ percentage of U. S. women AUTO and 1434 vtnciNiA rrnarr
H.K. Jot la'51rig. IMl.rwr. on ( BODY SHOE) Division St. at Verdi l 1
r ," Station Tid. !thigh Ovate t I I who die in childbirth declined 1114 HONE I IHNOTICE '
...... .4 II 4.>* ; yr I tahia HondaOhr. about 40 per cent between 1930 603-605 GREENE STREET cone 177 Free D liv.I .rys r

..... ....... hit" the kUa t. (bridge) _10 min. 0.0 ft. and 1942. ..a...d...e.w n.....
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..... t .M t H..4rt ..*.t! lht.. ..k that. : r ') ,' ...,. ;! I I (east side) -20 miiv I .............. .......--.8... ... .... ....:
a- ...., N/Nr U.. athktwM \ I Joca ChicaOhr..
.......... k* a trw huntlirtln.i 1 (Sandy Point) 40 mln. .
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...i I.. u1wM I. IMtnr l i..w ..! .' (north end) _10 min +1.4 ft. s
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Ta ki*.* M -( .4 town< tram : 'i (NOTE: Minus sign corr*>ctions .
.sayer *. 1iA W..t we. .iiat. !V to be subtracted. Pita
Mau gw/.ntrt ... btu Utl ;, lign--corrections to be added.)

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1...1. M pq MoJU pie Read the Classified Ads in The I

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At I Yrs .
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"MMIkM I : PERMITS Are Necessary Before Doing Electrical Work :
Ri4_ tar nag Ia1.1 In any 0
par. MM ./Alas h...h r'hunt l s ( 1ga
ll' till !....*.. a UN.iiitn-i itl n ,t syr x I t. a
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a*/ a. Mtel J2OO()() regular working date onl\ ln-jn-t-lion Mill, !I.** :
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Pu. ..sad ki.,....'.... .1 l uRtlurm'. rust1i1. I .3cl..on ular"orl..i. S.ilmd.i IN"|Iwt' tiH|
s443w. an ll- fox terrier belonging to Ralph Beck r. . er (above) of Miami. Fla.. is a dog without a bark. His -
'. .a- 4...wt Uti toO hI) anent silence was brought abo by an operation that removedthe : haren't made out under Free.
..'....1 lisp ITT iii Uirt urn :
his vocal cords. Becker had operation performed by a
/Nr.1WTt1' I Enterprise, you can bet they'll be I"
.e ''IC::: r cue t ,=::.w the veterinarian because neighbors;; complained of Muttsi's barking. failures under Collectivism t.OG. :r*

l 10 electrical! ordiii.mre. | will !I.> i ie...ur'j! 0

t': licensed ..It''lric'imh '. An ext'1iIt'uu l In lhi. rul*. |irrtnil.. .ill :

lie I iiftiied to pr i|/eiloutlets doiiig.,,:: their uti51 uiriifz: "|..m ....ti.finj |- .
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I BAPTIST TO TALK I F ALBURY ANNOUNCES I In !ISawyer ConfinedI t Monroe! Theater I I1dY. .... il......., .... .. w i II I f
l Red l Jisitillg City
Cross Drive Begins (Continued From Page One I 1 i ....... .. I -

i livered to the Board. We made I' With Relatives: I Al His; Residence; \ Shoirs MtmyArl* $w ....... tlllltrw (U 1 1pie. 1

the cash payment! of { ... MM r.1 ..ail ..... ..I i
approximately I' E. IJ. Smith. USN (rct)) and Ross C. Sawyer clerk of thecircuit I e'.. M .._ ,
l March 1st With $ .OOO and have two more Monroe Theatre annourwei .olArM I Iwh
Monday( at his
:.} years to pay the balance. The daughter Mrs. Smith and arc visiting son-in-hw.with Chief then home 1221 court Pearl is confined street, rccov- i new stage how stea tins tnsu.aI ..4: i.e .1' N.. to ..... --- i idal I

ray total cost of these two buildings from successful cataract i row. Held over l h> aI xttifa t.. II.' I. .. ..
Mate and Mrs. P. I' cnn a I
Cminly: Goal Of $12,000 States when constructed of America by was the$163.000.United ;', Whitaker.Mr. opeiation. mand are the Latin Antrrk-Mi Ii., M. .. I

w .-. Smith the former Cor- Sawyer returned from Miami .
\ We paid for both building the is dance team of Tub* and Jaun 1
sum of $29.981.69.: During; the inne Lopez of the city. Monday afternoon. lie will month haveI its. and pre cntina fir theu -I (r .:
.UM.. .111 it lua; : \1\1'\Sl'1-- three at' I to remain home about one
pat years new school
before I resuming the duties of his : time in Key Wet. Past i Nit I h (n
Marathon. Florida has been ]
constructed Kollnrs VisitRellrtir'l's;
HI in; nun: n. .. vwi ::\ Operetta/ Changed .e and paid for in 'full to. I I office. I'something new dtflertnl. .nl) and en'usual. -
: lie w the > UIIL;:
s the amount.Of' % I ---
N $ 3.600, which !
.\i I' i OTKM.K: :. tinuv! :' To Harris; School amount docs not include furni- Here Talent .' single actor. nvknovrltx Dutch has", 4po r'.d<",.Iob.t-') (L:

ture and fixtures. List year we i j Mr. and M,s. :S. II K-ll-r aiultw Program .
r M
Kipley'fc llelic% It Oi < i
IM; or imm I; Thursday, FridayClioial had constructed from the now : children of J.M-I.- --onviilt' '
highway"' to the entrance of- the:', and Mrs. K..llrr' limtlicr.. Kilnc. ; ; T lie lan .
"?W MM kh<* "'i. "'" k..*..l -MII' school 'building: a road at the I of Milvv-dlik\ .. (>\ WIM..nin.will i CominiltT at 1 Aloonth- '- auk <>
iiIntent of the Key 1" "Hrfppv (Hour"
MI- .. ..>T MI_I 1., M Hrli IA ,AV-t," Junior-Senior ik-p< High: School of 1.000; the school I Uis; nov ;' la l the IMUIMC"; ;tvover. the the NCCS Scrvimncn's flub l ldeveloped ba ; .-...-..-...-..-..-........... wtaM.ies.. 1., .. .w k 1100, .{...I i i. pri-yenting/ operetta" The being! able to unload the childicn v.'ek--nd of R'rs.{ K'.II"r's partntc a pioarain' which will l
at the front door of the school Mr. and Mis.\ Kun-ild: U, kcr.I2IS .
.. ........ ...... I J UIJ'J\I i I.'. ni" I'nncf." Due.. defective All present talented young ladies -BICYCLESRepaired -

-%__ awl .4....:...... v In i.P'.v I., :I I 1'MI in1 in the High School the coolinssyitems building.: schools installed have except watt'i'i j IVtnwui rtieel. : and Navy Mfn in an wll-amuleur ,
| .. -r-tia will be held at the night eifoinwm-c at the club
: and Rented
........... 3Mh | Matacumbe and Marathon: IM.UI ;: for rv-ilectiiia. However. elm inn .
I i I Ilan.( Kleiuentary: School. There en Mdich 17th.
I...I t1... MM KM I A.I.l ", Nll!I It? no irsrrvcd s''atc of these will be equipped( within ;j the two years I was a leader, ; in The .ochedulrtjt.. iiN lud" AIM in Stock -N WUIC'CI.tS
Mtv MMI M b..I1U vlM. 1 i! the loading the next 30 to 60 dajs. j promoting the tr.tiuction of the Mis.; DedKC, tap dancer A. N 'w'-"
On Thursduy'msht TUUlCI.S: : :
IKof 5 ; "'I have been conuiiciid'tl by1!I Senior: Hdli Scliool. Hish I Sch'wlCIjiHpjsium. : -
.Yew tttlrl MM .. i..-Yk. f i!.t.os! will" l I. played by Faye Ber1 I Ilion M m. S I C'. magician; J'
.. ..... the State Depaitment of }:tluc'a'.1 and the' Klldl'r dr- Kadio Queen). '
.. wN hii1. .1 : veldt, MS Trftianid. Princess of I L.I Fe Olio Navy WACU\S.: sluo1: fItti51C.1'I'Es : 7
a1. tllll ...... ...... h.. I.u.t.M I l.'o I: >w nrnl Floyd Hobert< as VaII..v. ,;- DR. DUKE K. McCALL I by letter for the fine financial I ten Sih'xil.. :: VfK-ahsl: Teddy Di/.on. SIt.. USS I : 7
.,.. ... i.' .4' .. tCM'. a'w I| I he handsome Chief of condition of our county nell+ "In ly.lil; the v.miiiry ex1led Trumpet. Kisli. Guitar Solo: IJet- i I
... young DukTMcCall for able and efficient m< OiOi City. Auditor, ;;,,1 l I neeivixlthe i Marcel Lamoui
.... k .,,...t KMfut..'inks. Friday night the Dr. ty John-son; and ; Overseas Cycle Store
titerlli Mr M M toll tit" r.Ii vib I lead ill be played by Beryl ment. The letter also slate>JnaJ.e-\\ apMjintni| *nt. serving; until .' eux. S 2 c, USS Gilmore danceteam i;
I| w I are no current the fall of 1937. when elected as 1920 Division St. Pboa l 210
N.wdee We tN d4lln : za
4 .
t f- -- .1Ms w ky k4Sst. I i I Lows Dill MS Pineda.I Tatiana. and Vaclav: by ;! Will 1 Talk Soon !i funded debts have" been i>ub*tan- i j Mayor" of K,*y West The Commiller include Claud- ........................: a-..
._ Ms ""-. H I. II I I tially reduced. 1 waeltited to the office of ma L. Fc. Mr- Elena MiCovand
.... y*'A......'1.... who t. 'I I The music for this operetta is Superintendent Albury is a' Mayor for four eoiisrrntivcteiui5 : Joe Kaufman SF I c. of the

mi r .......ttw.n. tlstl. Capt litrianeed. from compositions byiT.rhatknwski. On OnliaplislIIour t. native son born in Key W ,t, >: diiiiii the emergency! of USS Noa. STRAND THEATRE

...... .\.It. !'-!....II.I,... OH. t It is all familiar I: Florida educated in the public Woild! War II piomoliil. the City I __h__ N Sh. "I.flit d7m
music and will be all the more
I.. V ft Nm al KbMT M hur t. Spinal !. TIt. flliirx : schools of Monroe County, and Project known. ,jsKeerv: >,tmn "ADVENTURESSDeborah "
......... C..... ... .* **1 Natal j.| ,-njo>'able with the colorful cost- Feb. 25.: I r in the year 1912 attended Ma>- Center. J<.. k.,on Squaie, Health 1II111f'dia'c! Deli reryCamfield with
and the romantic love ATLANTA -"The Kart Trevor HowardStatin VIM mAN HHf.f f
liming Clmie. General Hospital
........ Mu ...w. Mr*. Ar- : scy Business College; Jackson: Municipal ...
-. 'T.a M, a Iw/.rdr .-boa.. shay of Tatiania and Vaslav. The 1 Things That Arc CaocrV isj vi le. specializing; in Busmcs.; Ad- < and the extension: of the Automatic -: TJ. fit v.......ty Site tool Is.S. ....q.rl

tiles M1- err .M h. t.1 ji-uiUm. time is 8:00: o'clock bothnrehts. !; the subject of The Baptist Hour I I. ministration. After graduation. : Sewer S>..,ton) in Key West. During 52250TO.STEHS "THIS Williams-Jim.TIME rOR KFEPSEsther Duraate ermg ....... .. .-.

111a11rat i Al. .aR. Me I is directed for March 7. with Dr. Duke K. he accepted a position in the auditing my adminiotration; in the office ...... ..e e.r.S.IM.w.Mttae

.4 Mir lk-..,J -if t.W.tiM. and< ,I"l The Miss program Marjorie; being Coburn.:; Mis j McCall of Nashville, Tennessee,'i department of the Southern as Ma>'or. I also; was very ....... .... ..... j>
|... __ ate .... in>..*>rfril thru" v : I Utilities Company Jacksonville' much res>pt ruibe! for our present Nesco ._ MONROE THEATRE
..... M ...... MI llw. ('|>* f Joyce Williams, and Mrs. Marian as speaker it was announced to- Florida a subsidiary of the J. C.I| water sy-tem. and the purchaseof Electric 5 X95KOASTKI5 N... SJ>'.. in.-
w10 -.4 .. ... *......a County : SUrk.PTA. : day by the Radio Commission of I: White Corporation, New York. the City Electric System. J LUCKY TERROR"with KEY ttiLrt

t .alMlrr I! | the Southern Baptist Convention. '''In 1916 Mr. Albury returned to II | "After stating facts heiein WAFFLE IRONS Hoot Gibtcn. VENENANTALL IUNI (OMt+ Uff
,... b-.t 1IMe. kg+a4 wttl Uw Holds Session; Atlanta S. F. Lowe. Director.I I Key West and accepted the pu- r[ acquainting the votfi; with mv
licit iM .... Y1' M?mUv.Ml i I Heard over Station W1OD at' sition as; station accountant with :, past life a., a BUSINESS AO- I TROPICAL TRADER Stage Show .M V.Md.*rH. M --..... halm-. .6.act ...

Mw. .I I ..I ir.act.. (;'t6. : .Irlli At Harris I Miami ((8:30: A. M. EST.). The the Florida East Coal: Railway : MINISTKATOH I rcs|ectfullv 718 DuTal St. Phone 1000 TONIGHT HMt ... f ItllIUt"
.Merl ... .1.1 Riywr.II I urs. Baptist Hour series. "Divine :. Company later being: advanced J solicit your! vote when at tin I i 2 Shows Nightly

.. .-... > .Y. Ilk. ..t.eaLtI.real ;:School Andilorintn; i, Light for Daily Living considers -, to Chief Clerk. Severing; his connections polls on May 4, I1H::." a

M ......:... ..N I., tiyinI the broader areas "f Chris-i in the year 1921. Mr. .. .......... .. .. . .. . .. .
I......-.- .. .*' .. i I !' tian citizenship during March.Dr. 1 I Albury accepted the -- .
... ".... ... ... w. Jut IhI A school uf instruction will bo McCall. who 'pok--. on The i went of Thompson & rnanac'l. (:iirili.iii! timer So<'irlof her Wc..l, Florida :Ill.II'; ; .
Iha.1 1 I. (tiiRieM b..b. ..-..... ii ,: In-1.1 tomoirow at the Harris | Baptist Hour in 1946. i is- Executive -I i one of the larger cigar; manufat Announces A :
...... ..d .. .. ...j m 1 1 nut ..h..1. Southard street, from 9:30 I Secretary of the Executive I I tuners in Key West at tint time. I I SEAR'S Midwinter SALE :
I 1'Yrr I.rrllire 4 In (Clliri: tiiii Scirnrr
/o.wMiw alt.llrM..-"eel f<.. -II l la.: n). to I 12.00: and from 1:15 p. m. I Committee of the Southern BapI I I: In the year 1929 Mr. Albury decidcd i j jI < .
...... ... ... 3.00 i Entitled 1
li k. t. Y.HI. to p. m. Nashville and I to into business for him- ;
list Convention. go
... tbNkwa.r III M iciks.i """.lupm i, All schools will be dism: *edat I.I will be heard each Sunday in i I'elf. entered the Petroleum Oili( (:JirisliiJii SViciifc Christ : Ends Feb. 28tdJtST :
...... p.... .II...Nd. t t..rz. ttM. i I 12 noon tomorrow by the Superintendent -I March. His other subjects will !i business as local distributor with II i : ( : Following)

Illtlrr I. ar w .........ni6,. ...fOf : of Public Instruction i he: "Your Church and the Pub. 1 I I one of the major oil companies I:t By : 3: MOKIi() lTOOUIIKK l\I ) > s :
/A. ..ti1N 1 in older to allow the teacherst I I lie St'hool"on March 14: "Equal II I i ij i and remained in that positron for i
,"> attend the afternoon session. i -Under Got!" on March 21: and fifteen years rc-isning; when he'!' I K\KI.: E. SIMMS, 4 r:S., ..\n\\n.\ Tcxa- j ...: XI'I' 'I' 1141'141'1'1 "" t1l' 4..I..t.. /

TI.O.-C- taking a leading part in "The First Day of the Wcel" on was elected to the position; i>f' Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church. .
"J\'iI" .llwrt, I./r/ I the -es>iom will be !Mrs. Mary ;j Its Eeasr to UN Sear Cacaos c."> Tr= a 1'M: 3 /
; Dial, pSt state president, who i| March 29. the last program! of Superintendent of Public Instruc- | The First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston. Mass. 1 I' for ALL YC.R\ : lC: iiS /

i.41:1r.N ."i.oct: I."f'; i Hill be the principal speaker; ;i i' the The current poll scries.of fa'oritthymns tion."In the year 1923. w;; elected I. IIAHCIS: saiooi.riinouii'M: ) '! /
I, Mis. C. B. Tutan. past regional I Corner Southard and Margaret .
and re-elect-i /
I reaches it; climax in M=uch. as City Councilman
"ilroooilim. CantM : I president; Mrs. Thayer stateiMiluntcntanan when the (OUI tho thud, second il-d two years, making a h.hl ofi!; Siiii : Mrs.V.. L. I e r 1
'and first favorites. will he l fca- three successive terms in this ca- .
:; ::111( o'CliM-k:
w. a ,1'" t t. 141I : i X1u ctU State High School com- 'II :
....... ... ......... IUt"U'' I m.ltic ; lured on succeeding Sundays. !I pacity. In the year 1927. I \vas'elected Under the Auspices of Christian Science Society. .
..i .... A {.. N III 4it. &Jtl M.S. Robert: Dopp president of Thev have been chosen among :I, to the office as a Mem- ol Key.est.. Florida
I 'six and a half million Southern her of the Board of Public Instruction } CORNER ol StMOMTOK.-a .. __ __ __ /
.4 McMI .. t t.... ( ..'h- the Monroe council asks
county ( ALL ARE WELCOME 1. I5&I
i j Baptists and other inteiested listcners. Marvin: far the term I : gad FLEMING STREETS "-' """"-" /
.. 'I "
..... p..dMan M tV Krv all interested in P. T. A. work I '
I wail .... ....e. 'h Err al AI boa .I' tu Attend the meetings. I of two >'_ears. _I_did n not run ,. -- -- ............................. ... ......
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.H.n...l..e i wiM U- .... iMrniy by I II I i .
14.. ..ae1 Sir d,am d'ui I I About one- eventh of the I I I
Class Is
Seicing American women Whit! marrynever I
-.: have children II!
la/sw 1W llian 1Ntk. rr .
ewe lit ......R4 _'k of! ,rat llcgun; AI Club ------ I .l'fJ

lie. ...... ... Tht-alr......... I IFI''ICH' ..: I I fila
'U *. nq.1. The doe- I ,* .*. ....-..% .."re..t t vn\e" will lie held eachV>dne.! SIII'I.SI ..: what no car
1i., t...|l... r.IntaUm. : fdav at 7:00: p. m. at the. NCCS. I 126 Duval St. Lopez Building ; / does
Ihe 0-. &'r\"lC"" McnV Club. 1021: Duval / .
I.11 ......ii t... 't...fl Ihe. i?kid 5 vtm-t beginning February 2j.f : .1 Full Lintf f.7/'MA\:

N.. IfctlCI ...... I'SlIMlt f 1.111 wives of enlisted personnel; EASTER CARDS ti
i .4 > "-. .-.. ,1. IMKH f'N{ of UK- N"v13t Guard and
t*. .*.*.. h'"' I...*.. .>IMl fclrtlltVI I Moll ilK' ("urib| are cordially in.ilitl I j ST. I'ATKH.VSIJHS: < : : ; \ > .. '
'-... .(N.i .' Ill" ..Nii'ta-|. I \ In attend these clashes.: Let Us Show You Our ROYAL ,

... .... ", i .. ii .. ... .. "',"" Ist Hi ins: ;yowl material pattern ,; Tvnewnters. Eleciric: : and Hand I -
i. ..," hit u' 1 thread and a-is-ors. Sc>win:: n.a'Ii11N7 Adding Machines. ChockWritersand
_.. I d ..11 | are available Mrs. i Office Machne: Metal Stands I J

"Iito "harlt.'alt'S will be the :sewing I, < : \LL250Strunk ; .I .
... .11 ue lu, I

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Just RfCCVt; ; d! Just Received!

For Your Plastering Requirments III II KIWtt the "broad bonnet of .this down, stop, start off all over again Only f in Dvnafloi Drive h": this -., .b. .. ......- a1N .., t/

of the oil and tsarthis, .ink .. .
fashion-plate beauty is an cnfiinecring without any gcorshijting, men principle pump I..u. ekiws r1. ...

triumph as sensational as automatic. hine been fully developed for an Nuw1 M .-t.' 0' w .... .... .
Itn: FIKEKCD{ ) s: ; cmUC
I 'l'up) i PLASTER( .
1 ] it's simple. automobile irjnsmivMoii.Onlv srs.nnrnt (,.! n t J t. iig ... ...4i

I I In a handful of.sccondsouj el from rn elghI) n:....
) 1\ t. .\111 here does Miio ih-H.i.init coil|
( $ 11(1( For this i 1'1 the Buick Koadm.islert standstill I to highway speed with "w'J ta.c c:
M. SQ. FT. I replace sliding gear a* a nisan.ofi
ith I naflow Drive and here for silt-run smoothness unmarred by

MH\I. I.Vl'll. Galvanized S100 i i I the first time in any ear the poutr halt lag or hesitation. In a normal changing the engine's! driving forte
SHEET plant does what do. to meet the need of starting wI -
: gears: used to tI.&y'sdrhin through city and country -

//i. I CM'HESS t : LATH 82U; I you do nothing but accelerate celerating, cruiMiig.
Here America's, first that
BUNDLE + s ear perbrake and steer.
Only here; do you in 1 .ill tii/.c! CORNER() : mils you to glide swiftly forward,
.t : < BEAD LENGTH ) LCOMPARE I accelerate, surge up hills slow You never touch a clutch J1''tI.&I- a finale unintvnurttvd *MC"'P oj

there isnout.l'ouneyershift a lw"'erentire'lyjrcroftheasrarlslipsno
through lint;sctoritami hi ah gitr.
COMPARE ,. .? ."" -1t-;" gear- gears ever shift any
shift In
COMPARE :> .1.. ',; :i'.a: ;::; No gears ever it here in the cur.

.".. ..:... ; -.v"3{ DYNAfLOW DRIVE Andftilhthisclo'tC'-tu-mdttkdh-!' .uICrel.--
; ...., '! sit like king a .. kNkg1
f \ou just : a on --
j".lIltl r Pattern No. I i -1.' Drive, ing vou have poMlivv vonlrol urulrr .
119 SIDING M. BD. FT. S50" n 8 YK k's Ner Dynoflow. big soft cushion-start theengine all conditions an anchor-hint .rriutow Oarvilidinggeoriron.masiontond / ipN ,- j.1IIiIIIIf

'5 'fll: I l 1.1.. \l. UIMT.I( .IV..Q) ((8- <;IJ.JIIH'; : : 11.| Lineal, K.r I 1-' C.mple gear-changers: ore madevrmccesiory. set a ( step on parking lock cushioned! goingwhich YMIa....... aft. a w/ry .... t. ,1
|) w, Yow. simply set a the gas treadle and go! /N IMia ........ ,....
can never overload ur stall .
selectorkrerondsteponhegos. OYaialiellawe '
JuluFrillnc' For Sash Balances >"'. The power plant does the rest.odustmg Mow come this nearmiraclemotoring I the engine. a .. twtM, ll

;4 >'" | itself lo varying driving ? How there's .aoA..u. .e... ..... ....
SlDEB ..... come
HEADS aDd eo"di.on.wi.h."c.'h.;
SILLS DOUBLE CENTERS I :. ;. -. t3 i Big news? But natural!)! a ... paw ... .......
41 Ibglt 13.7 2'4- Wide 4'6" '2", .y.4 Ton Mart; up accelerate climbhills ; no e-.u5hifting-either manual -

o .3. H S.) 142 t Susgl.s $2.88 I High $3.87 ; ,;J! ..;.; !' "; JJ\ J i--cruise;al without- stop: touching- start the upogoi.i or automatic? So v>h)'delay visiting use Ownic; learn ':t..-.c+ .er .M.yyt It ., ---

22 H:1): 2... Doubles 6.36 I t, k\ t' selector .var. It1iT M h.n
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l/r+lie.efrtl t.e II". Serrice ?/ Kry J Jest coati

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