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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1947
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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STATE AUDITOR SAY, tI -p p
MONROE'S REPORT; "Silver Dollar
WAS GOOD ONE Jake" Visited
lonroe County Board of Edu- Here FridaV
cation and Willard M. Albury, .
superintendent of public instruc- Jacob Schreiber, manager
ion, hare been commended by of moving picture houses in
olin English, state superinten- Detroit, and a frequent visi-
,.nt of instruction, for the fine tor in Key West, was here
state the books of the local yesterday afternoon renew-
-ing old friendships.
board were in as found by State ing old friendships o is
Audilor Bryan Willis as of known as "Silver Dollar
June 30. Jake", visits hospitals to en-
S"I thinlk you will be interested tertain veterans. He was
to know that we consider it an given his nickname because
unusually, fine report," writes he distributes silver dollars,
English to Albury under date of in a variety of contests.
December 2. "It reflects credit,
on the management of affairs as ##'F, lA I4l r ,r^
administered by you and your
board. "VTr To
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SHINGTON, Dec. 6.- The
Un-American Committee
ced today that it intends
estigate several labor un-
iders.
'ct of the investigation is
'rmine whether or not the
Share Communists or have
inistic leanings.
port was received here to-
at 2,800 workmen of the
oke and chemical union
threatened to go on strike
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that are producing ma-
for atomic bombs.
Congressional Atomic
.ttee asked David Lilien-
dministrator at the plants,
Action to try to avert the
led srike.

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No Man's Land


KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1947


.
Elks Memorial Ser vices

Will Be IRld Tomorrow
K W t LodeN 551Benevolent and Protective Order


of Elks, will hold
Elks' patio at 31;
Services will
Following is


1. Americ
2. Invocati
3. Violin 4
4. Ceremo
5. Piano S
6. Ceremo
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9. Vocal S
10. Oration
11. Vocal S
12. B.P.O.E
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14. Ceremo
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Leaves After Address For Return
Tri To Key West
Trip To Key West


memorial services tomorrow afternoon in the "
3 Duval street. EXPECTED TO ARRIVE HERE ABOUT 5:00 P.M. TODAY; WILL REMAIN IN
begin at 3 o'clock. CITY UNTIL MONDAY, WHEN HEyFLIES BACK TO WASHINGTON; TR],.
the program: '- MAN LEAVES CITY FOR NAPLES SHORTLY BEFORE 9:00 A.M. MAY
a ............:.............. Sm iuth
Lodge and Audience GO TO CHURCH HERE TOMORROW; QVET WEEKEND SCHEDULED
ion ............. RaBbi Abraham Schwartz ....
& Piano SeRection "Few actions could make a more lasting contribution to the enjoyment of
Sylvia Baker & Gerald Satinders the American people than the establishment of the Everglades National, Park."
hies, Lodge Officers -Ritual This was one of the sentences from the speech delivered today by residentt
election .................. Mr. O. W. Bodler Truman in dedicating the Everglades National Park at Evrglades after/, had
n'ies, Roll Call of Absent Brothers, Ritual tional Park at Everglades after lie had '-
aps by Henry H. Simon, USMC The President is scheduled to return to Key West at about 5 p.m. today. He.
cant Chair ..-.... Gerald Saunders is expected to spend the remainder.of his stay here quietly, probably going to one
nies ...........-- .......... .. Ritual : of the Key West churches tomorrow forenoon. \
olo ....................-. ...... Mrs. Paul Herric'k Mr. Truman is scheduled to leave the city Monday afternoon. He came
..................... Father J. H. McConnell here Wednesday afternoon. He has not departed from his quiet vacation, except
olo ..-.......-....-- ....-...--.............----.. Johnny Reid k yesterday he spent about 20 minutes being honored and
. Ode .......... Tune,."Auld Lang Syne" h I Tayl bestowing honors on four officers of the Key West
& Piano Selection C arleS ay or Submarine Fleet. '
..-- .... Sylvia Baker & Gerald Saunders When Mr. Truman departed frQm Key West Sub.
ries, Lodge Officers ...-..-....-.. SRitual eW ,Chairman marine Base shortly before 9 a.m, today, he was riding'
nediction by Father J. H. Johnson) O f (Ch in a large limousine.seated with Charles G. Ross, his
........... .... ,-- ...- .Of C Ch ter nres cretarv andi AdImiral William I_ Leavb lhia-


,tions on your splendid showing." O By Asociataed Pre.e) i r- naval adviser, in the rear seat.
The general statement of Au- Act h es JERUSALEM, Dec. 6.- SRiotin peech of President Truman Charles Taylor 'was elected The party left in several cars for Boca Chica Na-'-
ditor Willi sjays: On Je 13rwas resumed today in various ee nre ie chairman of the Key West Chap- val Ai Field. The wer "ude StateHi wy
S"The financial condition of the 10 sections of Palestine. 'chairman of the Key West Chap- al Air Field. They were guided. y State Higway
board is good. There is no cur- Jainuary 1 The worst riot was in No Man's At Ever ladeP Is Pr ented ter of the American Red Cross -----4patrolmen, city police de-.
rent j btedness, and funded J y' Land between the Jewish city of esen at the annual meeting on Thurs- policer n
de been reduced sub- Key Wet .Volunteer. Fire De- WTel-Aviv and the Arabic city of ..day at the Monroe County Clinic ( ff f y parlment patrolmen 'and
s r Budgets have e paprtment,.at a meeting last night, Jaffa. Two Jews were killed and (EDITOR'S NOTE: The foloiing is the speech, in auditorium. He succeeds Alla W Hnaval mei ding on motor-
.y~ prepared and gene-ially +at NO. a iiie. Station-. voted to '-more than a score of Jews and (EIO' OE h O* r'h'peh n auditorium. esuedsAlI=n Jwnre Htouse 6ey :+ The 'usual ).Secret
tdn. Records a c well defer action taon voting for three Arabs were wounded by gun- full, delivered today at 2:50 p.m., by President Truman in Hampton; who was elected vice T usa t
Sto. Recod ae well defer action on votng for th ree s were wounded by gun dedicating the Everglats National Park at Everglades.) chairman. I K y We serve details.. were O
-hool 'choices fo' chief until the eon- even houses in that lo. l"Not often in these er m mIe a more Oe re s elected weri e t ..
oe ho r- l-i.. t|e'-: ..... Lin-aion r'Forty-sen Rose n tbl- '+ ,''ad. o' 'ok after i+
Ja'ua "1,3. j jcality, which. ad.been often in 'e i mote lasting' contribu- Mrs. Wilhelmina Harvey, secre- LADES, .- 'szfetyldnt.
eJanua iy 13. e Ed in p by Js, e ee n occur ing days are well able to lay aside iorn, +the enjoyment of the tary, and Joe Pinder treasurer. LADES 6- sfty of President.
,r h. e Actpng city Mare E bands of Arabs. Attempts to ex- the problems of the ,times, and -Am'i *an people than the estab- Mr. -amin. reported on tile t President 'f be-'.", 1' 'yo d
;ols ~Trevor had asked the volun- tinguish the fires were stopped turn to a project whose great lishment of the Everglades Na- activities of the chapter during hi pead speect der
teets to-give him th ames of by machine gun fire along the value lies in the enichent iof iona a the past year. The Home Serv- gan his prepared speech here Wheetd t*e, ttEga toh
three choices for chief of 'the, Park. ice Department, which is con- i a h r boulevard to *<* I t w
Fire Deartent. On motion the front, rear and sides of the burn- the human spirit. Today we "Our national park system is a cerneq with personal and family ths aernoon he remark boulevard toBc hia. It wse
volunteers la.t ', nf'ght refused' to ing buildings. K .....' an-. the to h ot arn !b~h
volunteers lath nght refused. to iA buins, crowded with Arabs ma "the achievement of an- clear xpsiodf the idealism service to servicemen and vet- ed : theouteaandby.thesecrt
Wke their c.oioes. i was attacked .this morning by. other gredt conservation vic- of' the American people.+ With- erans, has given service to an Service mln with the,Pgeidential
,O. e Leroy Toris is now chjef gv crowds of Jews, bit lie police tory. We have permnentln .afe-: ot regardd for sednal rivalries average of 109 servicemen a'nd "'Having a tempo ra. f party nd;w kept onfidentaL
n dKey t JFc Dheac-ent dispersed the attackers before garded an irreplaceable primi-br ror ty po'ltid.t .y Natidn a 80 veterans and civilians each TWhite House in Key ht ili asll tho psre
.Edwin and' 0 oL tle volnee. 'anybody was seriously hurt ive asea. We have assebted-to has a y in the month The waved his hat to '
p- L ....... + (Aabic leaders in CaJo .said de( te-tu'-6*a thin the protection I The disaster committee has makes it convenient for me themsn in his usual genial
bers of ity' Chmisn I eaV s todai flier heep af"tlie men they people for all time, the Eer- of its ~ uial beauties and won- been actheiCive tin six disasters dur- to be here toda. wa47.
pbthat begi Saturdev. l)e "J need t6 start a holy war against glades National Park. ders. '-ing the past year.At Boc l tChica the party-hr toyA
center 13, wit be o t of town the Jews, but they have not the "Here in Everglades City we "The success of our efforts to The volunteer special service quickly boarded th Sacred ow,
and will not be able to act a, Lst-515, a landing ship, tank, money to properly equip th6 can savor the atmosphere of conserve the scenery and wild- committee has provided assist- the airplaba ihat flaw tlre to
ciyLWle. ,. o. 'wih rived last. week with a thTipl Shttlwtleit
city manger. .i which arrved last week wth a, army. Number of volunteers, it this beautiful tropical area. life of the country can be meas- ance to the Naval Hospital with the mai Prvio he
Trevor would not confirm cargo of miscellaneous freight was announced, totals more than Southeast of us lies the coast of ured in popular use. The na- seven Grey Ladies and two 1WO Structures h.ehaSrah
whether or not he intended to from the Canal Zone, left today 200,000). the Everglades Park, cut by tional park system covers but a Nurses'Aides active. newspaper aid photograph-
resign his position. : for Norfolk, Va., after taking on islands and estuaries of the Gulf fraction of one per cent of the 'he Junior "Red Cross enroll- T ers had lefuor Napis *a a cli"i-
another cargo of freight at Key .....uv d38 ebr n hyaeT .s
another cSubmargo of freight at Key .~tn. Ke West of Mexico. Here are deep rivers, area of the United States, but ed 3,082 members and they are st ,JVV tered airplane, that brought
T *SumrneBrgiant groves of colorful man- over 25 miillion of our fellow at work on projects. Permits to build two struc- them here from Washingtn.
Tanker Arrives tCSi Mr. and Mrs. Paql Mahon, of grove trees, prairie marshes and countrymen have visited our na- The community service com-tures that will cost $17500 were Gov.. Millard aldWal and
e SS Jh P. A a Philadelphia, are visiting Mr. innumerable lakes and streams, tiohal parks within the past mittee has averaged six activ- tures that will cost $17,500 were Gov.. MillS ard Hwll and
The SS John P. Altegeld, a and Mrs Lloyd G. Mack at "In this Park we shall pre- year. Each citizen returned tJ ities at the Naval Hospital eath issued yesterday by Building In- U. S. Senatoa.Spward Hi1and
tanker, which left Baytown, their home at 612 Ashe street, serve tarpon, trout and pompa- his home with, a refreshed spirit month, spector Errol Sawyer. and Claiue ppt wir. e.o
t. recently arrived at e w Mr. and Mrs. Mahon said they no, bear, deer and crocodiles and a greater appreciation of the Plans for the forthcoming pro- Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Wilson will hand to "-t 'he Prmi4ent.-.
est Naval Bargo o dse thi l afternoon i are delighted with their stay and rare birds of great beauty. (Continued On Page Seven) motion of a nutrition and first build a two-family house of con- plane at Waples, shortly atr 10
vith a carginto of diesel oil Shle 1- M in Key West. We shall protect hundreds of aid program are under way. create blocks on lot 4, square 16,
hi put hinto Caig ock late u--d kinds' of wildlife which night I .IItract 17, in' the 700 block on a. m.
oday. whce she otll unload hV .oterwise soon be extinct. r ... .....IIIIIIIIIIIIII...n.nlllnllllllllllllll South street,' that will cost $9,000 They then drove the 35 niles
er cargo. The ship s operat- "The benefits our UMation will I I 'i Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Demeritt to Everglades, where they ar-"
'd by the Maritime Commission, f IH derive from this dedication will is' il' build a frame residence to a. Te President
nc re _____ ,:- _. ..i.foutlast the youngest of us. They I ost $8,a500 onlot 16,sin square 5 then went to Wiley-Cottage
'wl ~ dteheara.se. Fewh actions could uur BA Eetwe eam n (O:te~n WhaltonS andOGrinnrell where a colorful group of Suemi-,th
PALACE THEATER withour nce se^i% Fwa ep Our Set Department e a hn r e ee S
DEE D BEF R AU W Ou KE ]" streets. -" (Continued. Oni Page Seven),+
"on fDEPENDABLE FORD I / VAII nll- ^ ^ ^i ^ AH Ou Ow > *____' [ -- i '
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n SCHEHERAZADE Co e s e I AISH PASTRY GENERAL N OT|E
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h<,. No n n AY- REID'S PIIS "CAKEs ELECTRIC STEAKS! 9 e
it beg Cuban Memorial Day W SHOPPING DAYS T. OIEESE CAKE ETEA NicE
[ a 'l, | TO CHri STMAS Girocery and Dehicatessen T .,. Annl GRADE "A-A" and go on sa.^ Monday, Decem-
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Announcement...

HOTEL La CONCHA
' Will Be Open


COFFEE
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Every Night, Except Sunday,
S From 8:30 P.M. to 4 A.M.


'\EJr Stive December 6, 1947
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HECTOR BARROSO
Announces That His Plans
Are Now Changed and
i HE WILL NOT OPEN
. RAUL'S CLUB
S As Recently Announced
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DRIFT WOOD
with
Hector Barroso
and His
Spotlight Band
Will Be Operated by Hector,
and He Invites the Tourists,
His Patrons and Friends
to Come to the /
A Driftwood
DANCE and HAVE FUN
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IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN

1. More Hbtels and Apartments.
.2. Beach :ancd Batliiig Pavfi]on.
3. Airports-Land and Sea.
4. Consolidation of County, and
City Governments.
5. Community, Auditorium.


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MONOGRAPH
To All State C. ofC. in U. S. A.
Gentlemen:
It is .strange how all of you are
wrong. Seemingly, you do riot know
that Florida has. the best climate, the
-best people. and the greatest oppor-
tunity for industry.
THE ORACLE.


S WANT SOCIALIZED MEDICINE

Representative Arthur Miller of Ne-
braska once sai- "In every country where
al' as^RB f ol^rla pre n,

there is social d medlkine."'" "'
That truth is certainly not.a coinci-
Sdence. In the super-state. whatever name
^; it goes under, the dictators in power must
Control .every phase of national and indi-
'" vidual.life. 0Medicine-in all its many fa-
; cets-naturally falls within their scope.
STo the collectivist mind, free enterprise in
i- medicine is every bit as repugnant as free
industry or free labor or free agriculture.
And the fact that socialized medicine is
inevitably inferior, that it destroys the in-
.' dividiial's f.eedodm of choice in seeking
medical care, and that-it subjects doctors,
nurses and scientists to the whim of power-
hungry bureaucrats, is of no significance
Whatever. As long ago as 1930, Damitri
;,, Manuiliski, then secretary of the Com-
I munist International. asserted "In the
SUnited States ..,the,communists must
launch i powerful movement for, social in.-
surance. They must place, themselves at,
the head of this movement and lead it to
Victoryy" And soialized, medicine, of
Course, has top priority in the kind of
"social insurance" program the, commun-
Sists have in mind. .
Some good Americans, wh4 ~albhor
"-, communism and fascism, have been taken
. in by -the, clever work of the socialized
u medicine proponents. But, judging by the
public :ppin~~p pills and other evidence,
e American people as a whole seem to
eoI' desire to entrust the standards of
medical care to the politicians..

*, GAMBLERS GENERALLY LOSE

Do you want to die jn one of the most
'horrible manners .possible? It's an easy
"' trick. Justtake' chances with fire and,
Sooner or later, your number 'will come up.
More than' 10,000 American: r o ast
:that way each yar. Thousands more are
'disfigured for -life. Fire is an extremely
Sufficient killer anid maimer.
The ways to take chances are
legion. Smbking in'bed is one of the
.-best. So is doing home cleaning
with inflammable liquids. So is starting
;r-es, with kerosene and gasoline. So is
'areles ness with illuminating gas.
.In addition, all he usual home haz-
.e responsible for their share of
tty electrical wiring and equip-
ticis and basements full of
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Had the Everglades National Park
been established half a century ago, pro.b-
ably green, loggerhead and hawksbill
turtle would still be plentiful in the waters
of the Florida Keys.
But the turtle did not have a chance
to increase in numbers, for not only were'
thousands of them turned on the beaches
at Cape Sable, included in the park, but
tens of thousands of their eggs were dug'
up after they ha,,been deposited in the-
sand for hatching.
: iIt:was a matter of %uriing:.the candle.
at'both ends toward thelt' njidle. Liv4
turtle were caught and the potential life
of turtle, as represented in the eggs, was
destroyed.
The onslaught finally wiped out green
turtle, hawksbills and loggerheads
to that extent where seeing one of them
now in local waters is a rare thing, though
before the turn of the century there were
thousands of them in the waters of South
Florida.
Possibly, and it is little more than a
possibility, with the Cape Sable beach now
under the control. of wardens of the De-
partment of the Interior, turtle may in-
crease in the waters in this area. At least
if any are left, their eggs will be given
the opportunity to hatch out if they are
deposited in the beach sands of the Ever-
glades National Park area.
Pegging and netting turtle did not
eliminate them in the waters hereabouts.
While some turtle with eggs were caught
in that way, yet their number was not.
sufficient to practically end their exist-
in this area. That condition was brought
about because the turtle were not given a-
chance to reproduce. Beaches were
searched for their eggs-it was easy for
an expert eye to discover places where
turtle had laid their eggs-, and repro-
duction was. stopped. Without reproduc-
tion, all life would end.

There is no faith in God without equal
faith in man.

Nearly everybody wants to help west-
ern Europe by using American food and
money.

WHAT WILL THE DOLLAR BUY?

It seems to be universally believed that
the principal labor organizations will de-
mand i a and substantial wagj increases
early Hixt year.
The steady rise in the cost of living
may justify this. But, at the 'same time,
the rank and file of labor as well as the
union leaders should give serious thought
to what continued wage boosts without
any improvement in worker productivity
will mean.
The worker's real interest is hot mere-
ly in how many dollars his pay envelope
contains. It is, instead, in how much food,
clothing, housing and everything else
those dollars will buy. In, Germany, after
the first war, labor received billions of
marks a day. But those billions of marks
wouldn't buy enough to keep a family
alive. That is always the result of un-
bridled inflation.
One of the reasons for high commod-
ity prices is that the wave of wage in-
creases which followed the last war was
not accompanied by more output per man.
In many' key industries, output has been.
below the 1941 level. In other words, the
emphasis has been on more pay for less
work. That is a suicidal doctrine, and
carried to the ultimate conclusion will
cause complete deterioration of the pur-
chasing power of the dollar and economic
chaos on a grand scale.
A few top labor leaders have em-
phasized these facts lately, and have told
their memberships that greater produc-
tion is essential if the living standards of
the" country are to be protected. It all
comes back to the fact that we can't get
something for nothing--we must pay for
everything in one fashion or another. La-
bor, like any other group, must earn its
keep.


THE KEY WEST CITIZEN


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 19


REPRODUCTION


Time l eastern standard. FOP cen.
trail standard subtract one hour. tor
mountain, standard subtraCt two
hours. Some local stations change
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LaI minute program change oan.
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paper and other junk; overloaded and im-
properly maintained heating stoves anVl
furnaces-these are all dependable kill-
ers, and in,'addition they are responsible
for the destruction of tens of millions of
dollars worth of property each year.
Fire is rolling merrily along in the
United States now. The total loss is at an
all-time high and it is increasing. There
seems to be no end of carelessness and
indifference. This may keep the fire de-
partments on their toes-but, unfortun-,
ately, there's a limit to what the best of
them dan do.
Take a chance with fire-maybe you'll
be lucky. And maybe not!


RS RAFTER PEARL HARBOR


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6
Evening ,..:, .
5:0O-S-ummnary of News-ibc'
S* Network Song Time-4ab3o"
The Sports Parade--rnmVs-'
6:15-NBC Symphony-nbc
6530- Hariry,'Wismer Spote--abo
.'i!, Football Scores-mbs', ,) .,
S6:45--Jhtk- Banll ':C-nrin,-nt--abc
'- aH-ncr .e ii rn-- iill. s
7:00-Modern Music Museitmn-aba
kE-, J WawhitlCa Hs,.Musict4nt--nmbsa'
7:30-Curtain Time Drama-nbc.
R :. m nr,,. e.Love Drama-cbs
C'lla llJ r' c c.i il,.:.i,- .-ilcj
New s Eri:.,i- rt.-nih3
7:45--Twin News Comment-inbs
8:00-The Life of Riley-nbc
First Nighter Dr.,lna--.lbs
Ross Dolan, r'lr,:-i ;v --hc
Twenty Questions "Quiz-igbs
8:30-Truth or Consequenceq-tibo
Leave It to Bill-cbs
Famous Jury Trials--ab;
Hospitality Club-mbs :
8:55-Five Minutes News-,cbi
9:00-Saturday Hit Parade-nbe
Joan Davis Comedy-cbs
Gang Busters Drama-abc
Stop Me, Gag Show--mbs
9:30-Judy Canova 1i,:., --,l.
Vaughn Monroe Show-;cbs
Murder and Malone-abc
Name of Song Quiz-mbs
10:00-Kay Kyser C,,il,.--e-i L.c
The Sftturday Serena.de-cbs
Prof. Quiz in Quiz-abc
Chicago Theater-mbs
10:30-The Grand Ole Opry-nbc
Abe Burrows Tunes--cbs
Hayloft Hoedowri-abc
10:45:-To Be Announced-cbs
11:00-News.& Variety 2 hrs.-nbc
.News. Variety, Dance 2 lrs.-cbs
: News and Dance Hour-abc
Dance & M. Downey--nbs
11:30--Korn's a Krackin'-mbs
'2:00l-Dancing Continued-abc-west
Dance & News Hr.--mhs


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AP Newsfeatures
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L from god to folksy fellow who makes it a point to get around among the common
and to do things that would have been unthinkable before the Allied occupation.
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NETWORK PROGRAMS
Time is eastern standard. For cen.
trial standard subtract one hour, for
mountain standard subtract twp
hours. Some local stations change
hour of gelay to fit local schedules.
Last minute program changes can-
not be included.


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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7
Afternoon
1:00-America United, Forum-nbc
People's Platform, Forum-cbs
Sam Pettingill Talk-abc
Wm. Shirer Comment-nibs
1:15--News Commentary-abc
Singing Canaries-mbs-basic
1:30-Chicago Roundtable-nbc
Doorway to Life-cbs
Sammy Kaye Senerade-abc
For Your Approval--mbs
2:00-Robert Merrill Concert-nbc
Lewis Little Show-cbs
Lee Sweetland Show-abc
Stephen Graham Drama-nbc.
t:30-James Melton Concert'-nbc
Bob. Reid Sings-cbs
The Sunday .Vespers-abc
News: Veterans' Panel--mbs
.; 2:45-Sunday Matinee Tunes-cbs
3:00--Msic PatAde, Comment--nbo
New Philharmonic-cbs
Lassie. Dog Drama-abhd'
Theater of Song-mbs-basic
3:15-Johnpy- Thompson--abe
3:3--One Man's Family-,n-ti
Week AroOnd World-abe t.,
Tite Juveniie Jury-mbs I < v
4:00-Quiz Kids, Joe Kelly-nba
Are These Our Children?T-abo
House of Mystery-mbs, ._ ,
4:30-hMusicana of Chicago-nbc
Phil Spitalny- irls-cbs
S Music by Maupin-abcl
Detective Mysteries-mbs
5:00-The Sunday Theater-nbc
Family Time, Rise Stevens-cbs
Bill Lance Adventure-abc
The Shadow'Drama-mbs
5:30-Hoagy Carmichael Scng-cbs
Counter Spy Drama-abc
QuicK as a Flash-mbs
5:45-Sunday Commentary-cbs
Evening
6:00-Catholic Radio Service-nbc
Ozzie and Harriet-cbs
Drew Pearson Comment-.abe
Those Websters, Drama--nbs
6:15-News Summary-abc
6:30-Hollywood Preview-nbc
Percy Faith, Ginny Simms-cbs
Greatest Story Ever Told-abec
Nick Carter, Detective--mbs
7:00-Jack Benny Comedy-hbc
The Gene Autry Show-cbs
Child's World Forum-abc
Sherlock Holmes-mbs .
7:30-Phil and Alice-nbc
Biondie-Dagwood Comedy--bs
Exploring the Unknown4;iabc
Gabriel Heatter Show-mhbs
8:00-Edgar Bergen, Charlie-nbc
Samn Spade Adventures--cbs
Detroit Symphony Hour-abc
The Mediation 1Bo3rd-mf.s
8:30--Fred Allen c'rn-l v- nic
..The Man Call,l X-cl.s
'Commentary on Mdves--mbs
8:45-Nes Broadcast-mbs
.8:55--Five"Minutes News-cbs
9 :00--Merry-G0-Round-nbc
Meet Corliss Archer. Skit-cbs
Walter Winchell Time-abc
Meet Me at Parky's-mbs
9":F15-Hollywood Comment-abc
9:30--Album of Familiar Music-abe
Tony Martin, Alan Young-cbs
Theater Guild Hour-abc
Jim Backus Comedy-mbs
10:00-Take It or Leave It-nbc
Christopher Wells, Drama-cbs
Voices of Strings-mnbs
10:30-Horace Heldt Show-nbc
Strike It Rich, Quiz-cbs
Commentary of Movies--abc
Latin-American Serenade-mnbs
10:45--Beryl by Candlelight-abc
11:00-News & Variety 2 hrs.-- bc
News, Variety, Dance 2 hrs.-cbs
"News and Dance Hour-'abc
News, Dance Band 2 hrs.-mbs
12:00-Dancing Continued-abc- west

TODAY' S
ANNIVERSARIES
(Know America)
1822 William T. Hamilton
("Wildcat Bill"), Montana trap-
per, scout and trader, who knew
Indian sign language better than
the Indians themselves, born .in
England. Died May 24. 1908.
1833-John Singleton Mosby,
famed Confederate cavalry lead-
er, 'ranger, born in Edgemont,
Va. Died May 30, 1916.
1895-Edward H. Southern, no-
ted actor, son of a noted actor,
mate of Julia Marlowe, born in
New Orleans. Died Oct. 28, 1933.
1872-William S. Hart, famed
"Wild West" movie actor his
day, born in Newburgh, N. ,Y.
Died June 23, 1946. -
1886-,Joyce Kilmer: j gifted
poet,' author of "Trees,'" Worn in
,New Brunswick, N, Died On
battlefield, in Fr :, .Jly 0,
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OUTDOOR MAN: He gets im-
p erial feet wet along with son.


IUUAY IN HISTORY Your Horoscope
(Know America)
1830-U.'S. Naval Observa- SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6,
tory,. Washington,. D. C., estab- 1947-Today favors the' birth o!
lished.; a writer: The mind is inclined
' 188--lival Legislatures meet- 'towaid Ifte'iture and"-studious
ing in Harrisburg, Pa., riot- along scientific lines. The mem-
militia called out, which was ory is retentive with a facile
armed with buckshot only, hence power of words combined with
known in history as "the buck- scientific .analysis. It is a strong
shot war." day and should produce a strong
1889-Died, in New Orleans, personality.
aged 80, Jefferson Davis, Con- SUNDAY CEMBER 7, 1947
federate head. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1947
1918-Secretary of Labor ap- -Today produces a strong men-
peals to country's workers not to tality 'The mind is penetrating,
peals to country's workers not to concentrated and ambitious. The
make a countrywide strike in dsosst
behalf, of Mooney. disposition is most enterprising.
1935-Italan rin It is probable that much success
1935-Italian pla n'e s rain .
bombs on defenseless Ethiopia will be attained along those lines
wrecking an American hospital, progressive studies, wth a
among others. possibility that results in the lat-
1938-Germany and France ter part of life may not be so'
sign mutual pact for "pacific and satisfactory.
good neighborly relations" be-
tween them. Nitrogen is used for protec-
1941tween President Roosevelt tion of special, high-quality
141steels and other oseveltetals during
Stakes peace appeal to Emperor steel an othe furnace treat-
Hirohito-the day before Pearl high-temperature furnace treat-
Haybor. ment
1944-American forces make
a-general adcance into Germany. LEGALS
10415-U. S. .and Britain sign
agreement where British get 55- IN 'l'liE CRIRCIT COURT OF-THE
yeAr 2 per cent loan of some $4 ELITH-E STATI OF FLORIDIR A,
billion and write-off some $25 .I.AND FOR MONROE COUNTY.
billion lend-lease. IN CHANCEItY.
Billion lend-leasese No. 11-193
GUY' M. McATEE,
Plaintiff,
LEGALS s DIVORCE
RUTH McATEE,
Defendant.
ORDINANCE NO. 1S1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION
COMMISSION SERIES TO: Ruth McAtee,
AN ORDINA NCE AMENDING care of Mrary Shirley,
ORDINANCE NO. 368, COtUNCIL 38 Juniper Street,
.. iRI--. OF THE ORDINANCES Brookline, Massachusetts.
i F THI CITY OF KE!Y WVEST, You are herely ranuired to ap-
FLORIDA, BY ADI)ING PROVI- pears to the Bill for Divorce filed
SION FOR OTHER LICENSES agaifTst you in the abuov.e styled
NOT SPECIFICALLY DESIG- cause on or before the 22nd day of
NATED IN THE SCHEDULE OF December, A.D. 1947, otherwise the
LICENSES; AN D PROVIDING allegations contained therein will
VWHEN ORDINANCE GOES IN- be taken as confessed.
TO EFFECT DONE AND ORDERED at Key
Be it enacted by the City Comn- West, Florida, this 21st day of No-
mission of The City of Key West, member, A. l'. 1947.
Florida: (Circuit Court
Section 1. That Section 1, Ordi- SeaT) Ross C-Sawyer
nance No. 368, Council Series, of Clerk of Circuit Court.
the Ordinances of The City pf Key By: Kathleen Nottage,
West, Florida, be further amended Deputy Clerk.
by addifig at the end of said sec- ENRIQUE E QU1NALDO, JR.,
tion as amended: Attorney for Plaintiff.
OTHER LICENSES nov22-29;dec6-13,1947
Every business, occupation,
profession or exhibition, sub- IN THE CIRCTI'r COURT OF THE
stantial, fixed or temporary, INEEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
engaged in by any person O TEVEN STAE OF LOCIRCDA
whether in a building or tent, ON ATHE'AT OONROE COINTY.
or upon the street, vacant lot INHANCFERY.
or anywhere in the open air- in 'IN No. 11
the city not herein specifically Case No. 11-194
designated in this schedule of KENNETH EUGENE NOlai
licenses, shall pay a license fee IVORC
of $50.00; said license is i- vs DIVORCE
tended for one place of busi- RITA LORRAINE NOLA ndant.
ness or location only. ORDER OF IUBiCfeTIOn t.
Section 2. This Ordipance shall ORDER OF PUBL1CaTION
go into effect immediately upon TO: Rita LorraiherNoland,
go into effect immediately upon Hickory Street,
its passage and adoption afcdl au- 12Hickory Street,--
thentication by the signature of Norwich, Connecticut.
nou are hereby required to ap-
the presiding officer and the Clerk ou arehe rebyl reqr dvrce ft
of tde Commission and publication pear to the Bill fof Divorce filed
thereof 'one time .in The Key against you in the above styled
WVest Citizen, a newspaper of gen- cause on or before the 22nd day of
eral circulation published in the December, AD. 1947, otherwise the
City of Key W est, Florida. allegations contained therein will
Read and passed on first read- be taken as confess dd.
ing at regular. meeting held No- DONE AND ORDERED at' Key
vember8, 1 e47. ti d est, Florida, this 21st day of No-
Read and passed on final read- member, A. 1947.
ing at a regular meeting held De- (Circuit Court
member 4, 1947. Seat., Ross C Sawyer
A. MAITLAND ADAMS, Clerk of Circuit Court.
Mayor. By: Alice H. Salgado,
Attest: a h Deputy Clerk.
VICTOR LOVE, EN1IQUE ESQUINALDO, JR.,
Acting City Clerk. A'i dilif\ for Plaintiff.
dec 6, 1947T -' nov22-29;det6-13,1947 I


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field-players at attention. own umbrella inspetcing rice.

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SATURDAY PEACE PLATE


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Sturdy squash, now plentiful and BACON DRESSIi
always nutritious, holds the center 2 slices bacon, diced
of interest on Saturday's Peace 1 tablespoon flor
Plate planned by ,the Consumer a% cup boiling water :
Service Section, Citizens Food Com- 3 tablespoons vinegar,
mittee. Squash has a special affin- 1 tablespoon granulateA, suga*
ity for fruit, which is another way % teaspoon salt .
i Teaspoon dry mustard '
of saying that this fruit-meat stuff- 1 egg, beaten '
ing has a flavor all its own. Dice bacon, and 'fry n skillet until
SWhile the Stuffed Baked Acorn golden-brown. Remove bacortpieces, and
Squash is baking to fragrant per- stir flour into fat. Add next 5 ingredients.
fection, there's ample time to pre-' Stir imtil thickened. oRofve from heat
pare spinach, kale or other seaand let cool slightly. iZ r in sUg
pare spinach, kale r other sea- beaten egg, and return t -heat. Cok
sonal greens, to be served hot with for 2 minutes longer, while sllrriig. Add
the Bacon Dressing described here. bacon in pieces, and serve over hot
Give the salad an earlier start, and cooked or raw shredded greens. Makes
make it a tart jellied tomato salad 1 cup- ', .
molded with chopped celery and Food Tips: Many vegetables itay
diced crisp sweet pickles. For the well "double" for bread -because of
quick dessert so welcome Satur- their equivalent energy food value.
day, gingersnaps and canned pears. You can serve less bread in a meal
STUFFED BAKED ACORN containing winter-squash, white
SQUASH potatoes or sweet potatoes. Reach
3 Acorn squash for a second helping of beets, car-
Steaspoon salt rots or parsnips rather than for an
4 apples.finely chopped extra slice of bread.: -1
1 orange or lemon, finely chopped -. 'u ro r 44
4 cup brown sugar, firmly packed Liquids from canned or homey
V cup melted butter or margarine cooked vegetables contain impot
Sdihamd lchen met or ook tant minerals and have good flavor.
Cut squash in halves crosswise; re- Try mixing themwith tomato juice.
move seeds and sprinkle with salt. Fill also use them for thinning evapo-
squash halves with fruit mixture, sugar, rated milk in making creamed ad
melted butter and meat. Place in i
melted butter nnd meat. Place In baked dishes; and Use them to
shallow pan. Bake in moderate oven
(350! F.) about 1 hour. 6 servings, dilute condensed soups.

SUNDAY PEACE PLATE -
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Savory variations on me popular
Fricasseed Chicken theme are part
of today's Peace Plate plan from
the Consumer Service Section, Citi-
zens Food Committee. Most impor-
tant guide to success is unhurried
cooking with good seasonings. Be
it ever so mature, fowl will become
delicious eating when ample time'
is allowed for it to simmer and ex-
change flavors beneath a snug
cover.
Fricasseed Chicken, with its
plentiful rich gravy, calls for gen-
erous servings of riced or mashed
potatoes. You'll want a second vege-
table or salad. For the vegetable,
try this combination of buttered
carrots and celery: Cook 6 sliced
carrots with 3 stalks celery, cut in
'small pieces, in small amont',of
boiling water until tender. Season
with pepper and butter or fortified
margarine. If-a salad is preferred,
toss lightly together 2 cups diced
unpeeled red apples, % cup' cut-up
dates or raisins, 3/ cup chopped
walnuts, and broken-up salad
greens with your favorite dressing.
For a dessert treat, serve vanilla
ice cream topped with Easy Butter-
scotch Sauce or crushed peanut
,brittle.
FRICASPEED CHICKEN
I 4ab to 5 pound fowl, cut-up
4 tablespoons four

Cows were imported into the
Jamestow. colony of America
in\ 1611 and into the Plymouth
colony'in 1624.

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S tea aspoons salt
4 teaspoon pepper
4 tablespoons fat r
4 cups cold water
1 large onion, quartered
Celery tops
Dredge the cut-up fowl with the flour
combined with 2 teaspoons of the salt;
and the pepper. Brown on al sides In'
the hot fat in a deep kettle. Add the,
cold water, onion, a few celery top. an
the remaining 1 teaspoon salt. Smej
tightly covered, 3 to 4 hours o0
tender. Now remove the chicken
hot platter and cover with a
as follows: Measure the ci
having first skimmed off any'surf
Then add \l tablespoons flour,
to a smooth paste in 3 tablespoons cold
water, for every cupful of chicken stotk.
Simmer 5 minutes while stirring: then
add more salt and pepper I needed.
6 servings..
SVariations: L. Oleam may h asbpU-
futed for part of stock in flakl gravy,.
2. Flouring and browning of the chicken,
before cooking tender, may bd esmtd i
3. One cup canned tomatoes may bo
substituted for an equal quantity of boUl. .
ing water in cooking chicken. 4. One
crushed bay leaf. teaspoon th
is teaspoon sage may be added wh
celery tops.
EASY BUTTERSCOTMO i -
1 cup brown sugar "'. r
2 tablespoons butter or fort!fkd i
margarine
cup top milk
f teaspoon vanilla i
pDash of salt /..
Combine all ingredlen e ot ;
double boiler and cook' ovei hot wotef
for 15 minutes. Serve warm or cold.
4 to 8 servings.

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Chapter 1t
'r;TE elevator operator at Jean's
hotel, displaying a genial
grin, stood just outside her door
Sand handed her a transparent
cellophane bbx, tied with a broad
white satin ribbon and an ex-
travagantly decorative bow.
"White orchid, Miss Saunders4"
he informed her in a voice of
respectful awe. "I haven't seen
one this pretty since we had the
florists' convention downstairs."
Jean gave him a tip, wonder-
ing meanwhile who had sent the
beautiful flower, which lay in the
box with the grandeur of a prize
winner, at a floral exhibition. She
detached a white envelope, bear-
Sing her name in' bpld, auth.Qrita;
tive pen-strokes, and remove the
card inside.
"Will you read far enough to
let me apologize'and perhaps ex-
plain why I acted so -rudely the.
other night?" the card read. "I
,was either so sleepy I didn't hear
your explanation, or so foggy
that {.didn't comprehend it. Bill
O'Reilly has since straightened
S' me ut (pr, laid ine out!) on that,
and I'm almost too embarrassed
Sto revive -the incident. But if
you'll give me a second chance I
hardly deserve, I'll try to make
: clear how sorry I am for offend-
ing the pne person in the world
I'd least like to hurt in any way.
Will you answer the phone if I
Scall at four this afternoon?" The
Snote was signed: "Harry."
S,;. She had a. lo-n'gbattle with her
:own pride, hut'she had finally
overcome it with her sense of
fairness when Hawkins ,called.
She picked upthe phone at four:
he picked her up for dinner at'
.. seven.
"I'd have worn sackcloth,
ashes and. a gapgsters'- funeral
wreath to prove I was sorry,"
Harry told her, after they had
.overcome the self-conscious ten-
Ssion of their temporary estrange-
ment. "You see, it wasn't. just
Jean Saund4rs. the writer, I had
to apologize to; it was you--
someone care a gret deal more
(or."
All through dinner, they talked
happily without a nentlon of


By Gene Gleason


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gamblers, news stories or Charles
Dawson. They did not talk at all
when Harry, holding her close
to him, danced so smoothly past
the couples on the crowded floor
that Jean was only half-aware of
their existence.
They had arranged to meet for
lunch the fullov.ing day at the
Algonquin. The memory of .th'
previous evening was still vilth
both of them, but now they were
ready to discuss the problem that
"would have seemed a profana-
tion of last night's mood; the
riddle of Charles Dawson's ac-
tions.
THEY were seated at a corner
table along the brightly-lac-
quered wall of the Algonquin's
Chinese 'Room when Harry re-
introduced the topic.
"After I got over my sore-
headedness about being called
out of bed the other night," he
told Jean, 'I started to think
about Dawson. I tried to patch
together what you'd told me
sabou.t-him-4is staying out of the
ofage and the rest of it-to see if
I could figure out what was bit-
ing him."
* "He has me baffled," Jean ad-
mitted. jDid you'figure out any-
thing?"
Hawkins pondered a mbment,
then lowered his voice so that it
did not carry beyond their table.
"Well, I knew from what you
told me that he didn't drink on
-the job. I also knew he couldn't
afford to hang around two night
spots like the. Biarritz. and the
Cstilla -- unless, he had some-
thing special in mind. For in-
stance, he didn't get back to the
office some mornings, I gather,
until after five o'clock,",
"Sometimes later," Jean as-
sented. "But what did that
prove?"
"Night clubs don't operate
after four a,m.'in this towpa un-
less they're cheating on the
liquor laws, or running.some kind
of a side racket," Hawkins ec-
plained: "I started out to see i I
could find out what branch of
larceny the Castillo and the Biar-
ritz were dabbling in." He shook
his head woefully. "What a tpb
that was! The cop on that
Seventh Avenue beat is an old


pal of mine but he played abso-
lutely dumb about those spots.
Acted like he thought I had holes
in the head!"
"Do you think he was being
paid off to play dumb?"
"I had a suspicion of it," he
said. "Then I tried snooping
around in both places, but they
recognized me before I could
look the interiors over very care-
fully. Everyone was very so-
licit ous, helpful-and' watchful
as a hawk. I finally got thq truth
out of a kosher corned beef sand-
wich."
' "A what?" Jean asked.
'A corned beef sandwich,
served by Sam Shapiro, the best
delicatessen operator on Seventh
Avenue," Harry said with a
knowing grin. "I've eaten'there
hundreds of times after a show,
gossiping with Sam. He knows
Seventh Avenue inside out; and
he's told me things he keeps a
secret from his family. I dropped
in there the other night and Sam
gave me the lowdown on the
Biarritz and the Castillo, after
warning me not to quote him."
"Quit teasing me and give the
facts," Jean insisted.
"The fact is, my dear, that both
those places are running very
high-class gambling joints be-
hind a night club front. They get
the richest celebrity trade-with
plenty of police protection and a
very elaborate system of screen-
ing out nosey newspapermen." -
Jean gave a soft, hardly audi-
ble whistle of surprise.
"So that's why Dawson goei
to them," she exclaimed, "Was
he afraid I'd discover he was
mixed up in the racket??'
"Probably so, because he's cer-
tainly mixed up in it in some
way," Hawkins declared. "He's
sold his house and his car, pulled
all his savings out of the bank-
I found that out from a couple
of reporters who've known hlm
all his life. He's in this deal either
as gambling joint promoter, or
just plain heavy loser. Either
way, he's worried to death. Those
places are backed )by the tough-
est mob in the East, and they'd
just as soon bump off a business
partner as they wo4ld a welshipg
customer.".
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COAST PROTECTION


AGAINST STORMS IS


I PROVIDED IN BILL!

iey West inclilued In LoA
c"alities that Would Be Eugene Wells

Benefilled If Measure '
,eie f M e Died Thursdav
Becomes Law .
(From Wnahlngton Corr.spoldent, Eugene Wells, 29, died Thurs-
KIN wTO A, aVttple day night at 7:30 o'clock in' he
SWASHINGTON, Dec, 6. A Biltmore Veterans ,~dspital,
- Bill providing for sufficient iunds Coral Gables.
' for protection of Florida, espe-
cially Key West and other The body arrived in Key West
coastal cities, and protection for last night, and funeral services
Mississippi, Alabama and Louis- will be held Sunday at 4 p. m.,
lana. is in the course of prepara- in the Fleming Street Method-
tion, according to representatives ist Church, where the body will
from these states. j be placed at 2 p. m. Rev. J. B.
Fourth District Rep. G. *A, Rid will officiate. Burial' will
Smothers was not present at a be, in the family plot, in City
conference of representatives of Cemetery. Lopez Funeral Home
Florida and other states at which is in charge of arrangements.
therois n charge of arrangements.
the problem of extensive damage Survivors: Father, William H.
'to coastal property and land was Wells; four brothers, Robert W.,
taken up. Rep. Smathers has W r
e up. Rep. SmathFrs has Charles W., William H. Jr,, and
been in Florida in connection Everett E. Wells.
,with plans for the visit of Presi- Mr. Wells was a veteran of
dent Truman, who will attend World War II. The Honor Gard
the dedication of Everglades Na- Arthur Sawyer Post No. 28,
tionl Park. Rep. Sniather' of- an Veterans of Foreign Wars
fice suggested that, the Presi- will a terans of Foriagn
dent. would have an oppoitinity Tlh'Honor Guard will (ire a
of nMtng the effects of the -
of ng the effects of the i volley at the grave, with taps b)
storm which sweep over Fl,.r- their bugler.
ida during his stay at Key 1est. -Palbearers will be selected
To cover protection in' therom the mabearers wi be seeded
four states the appropriation wi from the membership
have to be a sizeable one, it as B -
pdinted out. It is possible that A o zo Borden
some funds made available for
beach erosion work may be oh- *
taid. 'Dead At Miami
Jetty bulkhead construction
is proposed, but this wa no0t' John A. Borden, formerly of
gone into deeply in the confer- ey West, but now of Miami,
ence of representatives. The announces the death .of his
whole problem is one of engi- brother, Alonzo, at Miami, on
neering. Jetty construction some- Thursday morning. Alonzo- once
times turns an ocean current lived here.
,away from one point and it then Survivors are his widow, Mrs.
.worrki. its way to another point Edna Borden; son, James ~
and causes shore damage. Borden; daughter, Mrs. Wilhel-
Army engineers are now work- mina Smith; his mother, Mrs.
ing on an all-over beach erosion Isabella Borden; brothers, John
prevention -progranm for the A., Osborn, Ray A,, and Capt. L,
coastal states and the Great U1. Borden, and sisters, Mrs.
Lakes region. Gladys Raybon, Mrs. Thelma
Sheppard, and Mrs. Ada Borden,
s* D and three grandchildren.
Siru20 ResignS The funeral was held at2, pm,
os today at Bess Funeral Home,

Assn. Position Miami


Joseph Sirugo, 627 Duval
street. has resigned as president
of the Retail Liuqor Dealers As-
sociation of Key West.
Sirugo gave as his reason fgr
resigning the fact that he recent-
ly sold his restaurant and bar,
and thus disqualified himself
from holding office in the or-
ganization.

More than half the population
of Mexico is mixed white and
Indian blood.


VFW Auxiliary To

Attend Funeral
V.F.W. Auxiliary, Post 3911,
will meet in uniform at 4 p. m.,
tomorrow in front of the Flem-
ing Street Methodist Church to
attend the funeral of jComrade
Eugene P. Wells.
Vanessa Saunders, president of
the Auxiliary, made the an-
nouncement.


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Marathon PTA

Hosts To Monroe

County Council
Marathon Parent-Teachera As-
sociation was host at a meeting
of the Monroe County Council
of Parents and Teachers. Lunch-
eon was served at the Marathon
Chamber of Commerce building.
Guests were the Principal of the
School, County Commissioner
Parrish, S. C. Singleton and-
Mls. varies. supevi sor of ele,
mentary school. There were 33
members fr6m Key West.

Pythian Knights

Elected Officers
Key West Lodge, Knights of
Pythias, elected the following
officers at a meeting' last night:
Chancellor commander, Farl
R. Adams; vice chancellor,
George Phillips; 'prelate, Daniel-
Sharp;.master of works, Gerald
Saunders; secretary, J. Winfield
Russell; financial secretary, J,
Frazier Pinder; treasurer, Mil-
lard B. Gibso4; master at arms,
Cutter Bowman; outer guard,
Gerald Adams; trustees, Daniel
Sharp, Earl Adams and George
Phillips.

PoAincimna PTn4: ;
AII Meets Monday,
A speciall Christmas jeetling
of the PoincianA P.-T.A. will be
held on 1Vonday at 7:30 o'clock.
A program appropriate to the
holiday season has been arrang-
ed.


FOR SALE


'36 Chev. pick-up. Good condi-
tion. Apply Mastic Trailer
Park, ask for Phelps..
dec6-2tx

1935 Ford Sedan with 1946 mo-
tor, excellent condition. Call
1052-M.. dec4,St


Beautiful living room suit. 19O12
Division Street. decO-tx


Simmons Crib, with mattress.
1423 Von Phister Street.
dec6-3t


19-i, Ford Canopy Truck, $350.00.
Adams Dairy. dec6-3tx


Me'n's bicycle, balloon tires. 1900
Staples Avenue. dec6-3tx
26-ft. boat, cabin type, model A
Ford engine. Price $275.00.
228-A Poinciana Ext.
.dec6-3tx
1940 Chrysler Traveller, $800.00.
2790 Staples Ave., before 2
p. m. dec6-2tx
1938 Ford sedan, $150.00 705
Windsor Lane. dec3-6tx
1934 2-Door Ford Sedan, 5 new
tires. Looks good, runs good.
$295.00. 1101 Angela.,
idec6-ltx


RATES FOR RI ROULAR and
BLACKiWACE TyPB
Advertisneintp under this head
will be inserted In The Citizen at
the rate of 2c-a word for each in-
sertion, but the minimum charge for
the first 15 words or less i S30c.
The rate for hiaektave tpe Is 3c a
word, and the minimum charge (fr
the first 15 wards Is 45c. '


.HELP WANTED. .

Waitresses wanted Call 9292,
after 4 p.m. dec5-2t

Young man who wants to learn
radio. Apply 628 Elizabeth.
dec6-3tx


Wanted-Man with car for light
delivery work. Apply 516
Sniuthard St. dec6-3t


PAbYEIVT
Payment for classifled advertile-
ments is Invariably In advance. but
regulHr advertisers with Iedaer ar-
counts may have heir advrtlrs-
meant, charged. : .
To insiue publication, copy mrr14
be in The Citizen office befStPO 0
o'clock In the morning, on the day
ofu publication.


FOR SALE .

White outside .int, ,$2.75 gal.;
white enamef, $2.75 gal.; floor
enamel, $2,75 gal.; laquers,
clear and I-rs; flat paint,
$3.45 gr -ristmas T.-iee
trimming; nd handmade.
gifts. & Co., 846
Olivia, coi : ker, Phone 1597.
dec4-3t


Plumbing suppliesi conmpeie
HELP WANTED-FEMALE stock. Plastic tile. paint and
brushes. Robert Leonard Co.,
Girl with sales ability. Must 1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami,
know typing. Steady position. Fla. Phone 7-.49 -- dec-tf
505 Duval. Collins. nov29-7tx I
q.or
Young Alored Girl for general l ~' be-
cleaning and keep: stock. 505 teen 12 and l. Or i'ee po?
Duval. Collins. dec6-3tx 300, Citizen Office.
S, n nov26-10tx


. ...WATE i
Unfurnished house or'Apt. 4 or
5 rooms. Baca Chica 1100, ex.
tension 179, or 218 Chief Moll.
..c 1 6t :


1940 Chev-Sedan, excellent coi-
dition, Price ery. reasonable.
Monroe Motors, Inc.

Covered 'wagon house trailer,


sleeps four. -$750. 611 Division
Man to share room. Twin beds, St. dec4-6tx
near bath, close in. Call 551-M.
dee6-4t Coconut Palms, 50. 1217 Petronia

Clean, airy rooms, with coect-Footlockers, $1.50; Bunk Beds.
i tean, aiy r ar with conectan $2. Assorted lot of dishes and
ing baths,: near the ocean. 1 Yard 655
Beach Guest House, 1328 White utensils. Salvage Yard, 655
St. ,dee-tf Oreene St. dec5-3tx

Two .1 -bedroom apartments. Cement, $1.65, lime $1.50. Sal-
Everything furnish'ed All Utili- vage Yard, 655 Greene Street.
ties. Season rent only. dec5-3tx

Two-bedroom apartment on the Eight-piece solid oak bedroom
ocean. Season rent only. Ce-! furniture, consisting of. six-
cil Carbonell, 700 Duval' St. I drawer chest, two four-drawer
Sdec--3t chests, twin beds, plate glass
mirror, vanity and bench.-
New two-bedroom apartment, Like new. $255. 37-2 Poin-
near ocean, tile bath, electric ciana; dec5-3tx
kitchen, for December or sea-
son. No children or pets. 1426 Two new wool blankets, $7.00 ,
Vernon, Phone 360-M. each. 37-2 onciana.
ec43t dec5-3tx


Furnished rooms, $8.25 single,
$7.50 double 026 COrinnell St. 3-piece1 blonde finish bedroom
dec5-3t suit, incltiding. 1 box spring,, 1
innerspringg mattress, $100.00.
Furnished 4-room Apts. 'Maid 1a-1 Poinciana Place.
and janitor aervice- linens and dec5-3tx
all utilities furnished. Coral
Hotel Apts. Opp. Post Office. 1937 Buick convertible, new
312 Simonton St.' dc5-12tx tap, new seat covers., 30,
NA.S, dec5-3tx
Li t housekeeping rooms, $5 -f..
$10 per week. 411 William St. Solar water beaters. Large neat-
decO-lmox ing units, 100-gal. heavy-duty
i insulated tank Can be had for
Clean, comfortable, airy room, small monthly 'payments. No
twin beds. 513 Whitehead, op- money down, Guaranteed. Or-
posite county courthouse., Ider now for inmediate delivery.
S dec6-3tx Lee Bros. Neon Co., 614 Greene
St., Phone 4, Key West, Fla.
Spacious modern apartment, four sept6-sat-tf
rooms, tub and shower, twin
beds and sofa bed, Season or 1940 Cadillac. New paint job,
annual. Near ocean. No chil- 45.000 miles on, engine. 1404
dren or pets. 811 United St. Alberta St, or call 1100, Ext.:
Phone 541. dec6-ltx. 118., dec6-3tx


WANTD TO NT 1938 Buick Roadmaster, radio,
Theater, good. tires._. P.ionei
Nice apartment or bu galow, un- 1510-M. i,. !. .dfcOrlti
furnished except for gas or '
electric range' and refrigerator; 4 ft. General Electric refigeratpr,
must be available for occupan-' $65.00. Apply 419 Francis St.
cy by mid-January. Naval offi- dec6-3tx
cer and wife desire two-year
lease, at reasonable rate, oa 1938 Packard 4-door sedan, excel-
home in quiet neighborhood. lent condition, good rubber.
Phone 397-M. dec5-3tf Call 258-W. dec6-3tx


!O!t SAIA~


.22 cal. target rifle with 12 boxes
of shells: 32.20 rifle; '43 Ply-
mouth engine, cheap. 162-C
Poinciana. dec3-4tx


Console radio, 10 tubes, $30.00.
Apply 1214 Olivia Street.
dec3Atf


1937 Dodge four-door sedan, 5,000
miles since motor overhauled,
A-1 condition. Hays, D-2 Fort
Taylor. See before Monday:
dec4-5tx


4-Burner Gas Stove, porcelaine
lined ice box. Apply 526 Duval
street. dec4-tf


One Craftsman 6 in. joiner, new;
Sone floor lamp, one coffee ta-
ble, one living room shelf.
Call at Tony's Auto Body
Shop. .' dec8-3tx


Lionel electric train, with switch-
es. 1002 Fleming, Phone 641. \
alof5-.tAI


ROSES

Rose Bushes-World's best. Hints
on care and culture. Free illus-
trated catalog. McClung Bros.
Rose Nursery, Tyler, Texas.
dec6-1tx

MISCELLANEOUS

Vacuum cleaners and washing
machines repaired. O'Briant,
Telephone 1164-M. decl-imo

Personal Christmas cards made
from your favorite negative. 25
cards for $2.5Q. Evans Camera
and Supply Store decl-tf

LOST
Keys on two rings. Reward if re-
turned to Citizen office.
dec5-3t

Grey with silver cap Parker 51
pen at bus stop, corner of Si-
monton and Caroline. Reward
if found. Call 806 or come to
White Ldry. dec5-2tx


Two family-size water heaters,
good condition. Phone 222-M EXTERMINATING
or 625 Angela. dec5-2tx
FEC Exterminating Service
Electric beer case, foiri compat-, 1415 United St. Phone 1173-J
ments, and seven ice boxes. Call Before 9 A.M., After 6 P.M.
Apply White Inn Bar, 1018 )i- Specialist in Roach; a4 Ast.
vision Street doe;-x


Information for the Advertisers


All advertll it to accepted under the following run-AltlonS* in thL
event of error; in advertilsitg, transient or contract. The :lrzeia. will ba
responsible only for the first insertion in Clamitlfled Lde'rltmul. and ib
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that anyone or any group, '%ish-
ing to reproduce it or to try to
improv\'e it, may do so. the abo\'e.
or course, was not reached .vrlat-
out hundreds of hours earch and redrafting. ___
The Bible contains many pas-
sages-both valuable ones and
ones which are almost useless
and a few that are so valuable.
so simple, basic, sound, everlast-
ing. that even a poor (unlettered
man's efforts to clarify them will
not harm or distort them. if he is
thoughtful.
Suich passages rest in the
hands of the "great numbers of
people who hear the Son of Man
gladly", rather than of special
castes or classes of instructors.
As Jesusliaid, "A Time is coming
when everyone will get to know
God, directly; and there will not
be people called rabbi (priest or
minister)". That is, that those
who minister will be among the
people, rather than over them or
distinct from them. He does not
believe in a burden of many spe-
cial observances, "grievous to be
borne".
The main thing -about this
sermon, also First Corinthians 13,
the 23rd Psalm, etc., is to know
and study them and try to live
them.


(Reprint from The Key West
Citizen. Dec. 8, 1947)

Some Prefer

Old English

SBiblical Text
In regard to the "Sermon of
Clhrist." published in the Key
West Citizen on Saturday, Dec.
i 6, some people like the old Eng: i;
lish Biblical language because
they are used to it,, or find it
"beautiful".
If remembering that in the
long run nothing is much more
beautiful than it is helpful, we !
still adhere to it as being / T'e
. then yea verily I say unto ye,
"Fine."
i But let's be honest and not do
so by reason of creating an at-
mosphere of pomp and circum-
stance, which does not ring true
Sto the vast, majority. Certainly,
Jesus spoke in the language of
His time and region, though,
perhaps, the guardians of the
"Temple" or "Church" did not.
This American translation from
the Greek manuscripts, with mi-
nor changes, offered as improve-
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character, and that the
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Christ is eternal, ai
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improvement; predicts g
Christ is keen toward nal
sight. He is not shrewd
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living is seeing. To t<
prove himself. A womr
dead on her feet, is rebt
Chapters 5, 6, 7 ol
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craft. They point out '
and wrong-meanz good
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By common religion
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I wrongs and cures. In simpleword it ells your opponent while you are on theway to court with .
t:- . h ,t ... ...new rust by building their, l;ves togeer upon iat.: ": Aa.s: ,, ;,, ,or he may hand you over to the jud e, and the judge I
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S ,, ...., '- ,: ay hand you over to the officer, and you will be thrown ,
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"HEN he saw the crowds of people he went up on the t o: ~ ave paid the last penny! ,
There heseated himself, and when hi disciples had come up 'You have heard that men were told 'You shll not
t him," he spoke to teach them. -i .t' 7 : 0'. '. int adultery.' .But I tell you that anyone who looks .
S' : ".': = ....*aeh /.^JE' ': .}' s .. another's married partner with desire halalready corm -
"Blessed and fortunate are those who feel thiir '. .. :;' mited adultery with that person at heart. But if you
spiritual need, for the Kingdom of, Heaven belongs ,to I g.i : rrht eye makes you fall, get rid of it, for you might bet- ,
'them!- ; t r lose one part of your body than have it all thrown into
"Blessed.,,are the .mourners,' for they will be e pi! If your right hand makes you fall, have it cut
consoledl, : :; -; :::: L :l i"f adJu thrown away! For you might better lose one ;i ",
.. Blet.ssed,. are the humble-minded for they illof your body than have it all go down to the trash
.-. assess the land r : .....
l, \., 4o ,, ,,:i.r Blessed are those who are hungry and this ,. Ty were told, 'Anyone who divorces his wife i
; ,ig prightness, for they will be satisfied! :t ": give her a certificate of divorce.' But I tell you, -
," ,, .."Blessed rare the merciful, for they will be shown n a: n' yone who divorces his wife on any ground, except
. '*}:.f ,I -. ..mercy s .' *' ",. ; ,. '. i .;.:. :. LIS d faith' makes her commit adultery, and anyone who '
.,. ,,Blessed ;re theuref in heart forithe wifie ;i ries'her after she is divorced commits adultery.
S,.,, .. Again, you have heard thai the men of old wer _
"'Blessed iOe {,peaemakers, for they eilyl be ,Icatt ed ': .S You shall not sieard flsely, but you must fulyf .'
God's so-ns! : : ypuroaths to the Lord'. But I tell you not to swear at
S *....: 'B"lessed fire those who have endured persecution.p -a, either by heaven, for it is God's throne, or by the
, \ f^ their #prighlness, for the Kingdom of Heaene- .... erth, for it is his footstool, or by Jerusalem, for it is ] ,s
S longs-to tm! !, .' -he iity of the great king. You must not swear by your i
'"Blessed are you when people abuse you, -and per- own head, for you cannot make one single hair white or'., -'- ,
,s, : c s ey and fal~ly say everything ad pf-yoe, on.^ '^ \ ^,. sitorf-o a:speakig mest'be siqple--'fe.i.. ,'<|.
account., Be g(ad and exult over it, for you will e-rwy 'ON. You must affirm, or explain, simply. Anything
rear de ln heavea, for that is the, way they perd~8dsthd lt goes beyond that comes from the, evil one..
the praophes o went before yo! "ou have heard that iheyl er to;, 'An eye or aRy_ .6
..... -- -vs. t.b A. ,, ,- ayTr.,,~.W hfr'if a tooth.' But I tell you not to n resist .
'strength, .orow can it be made sail again? It is b go l i "ury, but if anyone strikes you on your right cheek, turn E ":
nothing ,bult to be thrown away and trodden undirfooL. : other to him too; and if anyone wants to sue you for ,
You area the light of 'the world! .4 city that's builupn your shirt, let him have your coat, too. And if anyone ,
a hill catmot be hidden. People do not light a.lamp on ,, : forces you to go one mile, go, two miles with him. If 'kt
put it under a bucket; they put it on its, stand nd it anyone begs from you, give to him, and when anyone
gives lightUo every one in the house. You must take your w : :'wants to borrpw from you, do not turn away.
stand!. 'qur light must burn in that way a.uovnt.men ,o : "You have heard that they were told, 'You must
that they .will see the good you do, and praise your ": your neighbor and hate your enemy.' But I tell you, :
heavenly, father. your enemies and pray for your persecutors, so that t .
"Do wot suppose that I have come to d* aiy ,fth . yo 'may show yourselves true sons of your Father iq
the Law or the Prophets. I have not cormeo to do eay. haven, for he makes his sun rise on bad and good alike,
uith them, but !o enforce them. For tell you, as lorg and makes the rain fall on the upright and the wrong. .,
m, heaven antd earth endure, not one dotting of an:' 6r0 doers. For if you love only those who love you, what .
,erasing of. a "t' will be dropped from the Law .uil it tiwtard can you expect? Do not the very tax-collectors
is all observed. Anyone, therefore, who weken o do that? And if you are polite to your brothers and no
is all. observed. Anyone, therefore, whoh..cadlt ,' 0 1e
of the slightest of these commands, and teacher others. oihe else, what is there remarkable in that? Do not the
to do..so, will be last in the Kingdom of veeatn; b ; ery'heathen do that?, So yop are to be perfect,'as your
anyone who observes them and teaches. other, o d o lavenly Father is. '
will be high in the Kingdom of Heaven. For I tell you ."But take care not to do your good deeds in public
That unless your uprightness is far superior to that fOr people to see, for, if you do, you will get no reward
the hair splitting lawyerrpriests of the Temple, and t8h yom your heavenly Father. So when you are going to
haughty.formalists, you will never even comprehi6d the give to charity, do not blow a trumpet before yourself, as
Kingdom,of God! the.hyprocites do, in the synagogues and the streets, to
"You have heard that the men of old were told "A.ke people praise them. I -tell you, that is all the re.
'You shall not murder,' and 'Whoever murders trill heml :ktrd they will get! But when you give to charity, your
to answer to the court.'. But I tell you that anyoOe t ho o' on left hand must not know what your right hand is
gets angry with his brother will have to answer ato 941 doing, so that your charity may be secret, and your Father
court, and anyone who speaks contemptuoUSly 4o his Lwho sees what is secret will reward you.
brother ill have to answer to the great council, iknd aLcy. "When you pray, you must not be like the hypo-.
"bne who says to his brother 'You cursed footi 'iiU habe crtes, for they like to pray standing in the synagogues and
to answer for it in the fiery pit! t. ihe corners of the squares, to let people see them. I
; r; :" "SO ihen' you are presenting your gift :at the, attr, t#you, that is the only reward they will get! But when,
i' r you remember that yo.r brother has 'any gri. '' y pray, go into your own room, and shut the door, and
Against you, leave your gift right therebefore the aht.r pty to your Father who is unseen, and your Father who
"." .. sees what is secret will reward you. And when you pray,
The above contains nothing more copyrightable than The Big Dipper .It ist forth 'do. i not repeat the same words over and over until they are
.to to he memory of a man who edited a small newspaper in Wester New York; St:-y, as the heathen'do. They imagine that their prayers
also later associated with the Key West Citizen. ; will be heard if they use words enough.' You must not
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be like them. For God, who is your Fattkhrdknows what .with them, Why-. do you keep looking at the speck in
you need before you ask him.. This-ethb rfore, is the .d :.. brother's eye, and pay no attention to the dirt that
way you are to pray: .i. .. ur owi. How can you say to.you brother, 'Just
S".* i... .. : tame get that speck out of your eye,' when all the time
Our heavenly Father, there is dirt in your own? You hypocrite! First get the
Your name is sacred. chunk of dirt out of your own eye, and then.you can see
Your kingdom is at hand. to. get the speck out of your brother's eye.
Your will is done for heaven and earth. "'Do not give whale is sacred to dogs, and do not
You give us today bread for the day, throw your pearls before pigs, or they will trample them
And teach us to forgive others,. their under their feet and turn and tear you in pieces. Ask,
debts to us; and repay our for.: and whatuyou ask will be given you. Search, and you
S giveness. ." ,. ,, will find what you search for. Knock, and the door will
And you do not subject us to rempta- open to you. But do not knock and run away. For it is
tion,, ,always the one who really asks who receives, and the
But lead us away from devils&andfears, one who searches patiently who finds, and the one who
Forra e, u e knocksfaithfully to whom the door opens. Whichof you
For our kingdom and our-power .e in men when his son asks him for some bread will give him
Sthee forever. .,," ,: ,stone?, ,Or if he asks for a fish, will he give him a snake?
''"F ...So if you badas.you are,-know enough to give your chil-.
"For if you forgive others tlign h..ey offend you, .,,,, ;ren.Whastis good, .how mwh moey surely will yvmr
your heavenly Father will forgive YRfzg, tnd abide in Father in heaven give what is good to those who ask him
you. But if you do not forgive otlr. they offend ., orit! .Therefore, you must alwayW treat other people
you your heavenly Father cannot come. t you to forgive as you would like to have them treat you, for this sums
o for your offenses. St ,a'up -
".When you fast, do not put on a gloomy look, like "Go in at the narrow gate, the Needle's Eye. For
ttehhypocrites, for they neglect theirer~sonal appearance 4 thtroad that leads to destruction is broad and specious,
to show people that they are fasting.,, l tl4lyou, that is all .,t aud.r, m .any rho go.in. by it. Birt th ae n.
the reward they will get. But when you:,fast, perfume row and the road is hard that leads -to life;, nd there are
:, your hair and wash your face, so that no onemay see that M '.,. 't'that fitd it. "
,,. yOU are fasting, except your.Father who itunseien, and a ',::;.. ;, ,...e ,a-e 't .pt who come' ,. .
your Faher ,lro sees what is secret, will reward you. d "i d hp bu t rB raenos loovted .. detohr
r4,, : *i. ,_ aisgmised as shnep but ar. ravenous ivolves uhdernetth.
Do not store up your riches on earth,'where mothi You can tell them by th.ei fr. 'Do people pick grapes
nd rust destr a ?here ievi.break.... thorns, or figs off thistles? I so-ao- -
teal he but store up your riches inheave, where bears good fruit, but a poor tree bears had fruit, no soumld
i moths and rust cannot destroy them, and where thieves tree can bear bad fruit, and no poor tree can beer good
cannot break in and steal them. For wherever your .. fruit. Any tree that does not bear good fruit i cut down
treasure is, your heart will b6 also. The eye is the lamp and burned. So you ,can tell the)t by'their fruit. Not
Sof the boy. If then your eye is sound, your whole body .everyone who says to me 'Lord! Lord!' will get into the
,.will be light, but if your eye is diseased, your whole Kingdom of Heaven, but only those who do the will of
body will be dark. If, therefore, your very light is dark- my Father in heaven. Many will say to me on that Day,
ness, how deep the darkness will be! 'Lord! Lord! Was it not in your name that we prophesied,
SNo' man can have two masters, o he will *either nd'by your name that wre drove out demons, and by your
hate one and love the other, or stand byonie and make name that we did many mighty acts?' Then I will say
light of the other. You cannot serveCGod&and money. A v ., mainly to those talkers, 'I never knew you! Go asay
Therefore,, I ell you, do not worry about'ife, wonder- ,r,, ,^ ^ fFom me; you who do wrong!'
ing what you will have to eat .or drink, wabout your ",Etit Xov,, WTIEvteiyone, therefore, who listens totlihis teaching
body, wondering what you will .have to wesar Is not life w:. tine and adct upon it, will be like-a sensible man who
more important than food, and the bodysikan clothes? 06 A. ~t'his ht6uiSe*toh-rock. And the rdiS f -,ll'and the river
Look at the wild birds. They do not ssowor abap, or store :,14 .-.se^adthe winds blew, ind beat abitthat house, and
their food in barns, and yet your heavenly ;Father feedsnot go down, for its foundations werut rock. And
them. Are you not of more account, than ,they? But 0,1" .. ,,f ot
them. re you not .f. more accontha they? But inone who listens to this teaching'of'mirie ond does'not
which of you with all his worry can add a single hour to d' el uponrit, will be like a foolish man-who built his house
his life? Why should you worry about clothing? See on sand. And the rain fell and th divers rose, and the
how the wild flowers grow. They do not toil or spin, sands blew and b eat about that horivers and it went downhe
and yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his splendor was and' bits downfall was complete." and it went do
never dressed like one of them. But if God so beauti. he Js had'finished speaking,'the cowds were astonisr d
fully dresses the wild grass, which is alive today 'and is at 'his teaching, for hetaughtohem as one who had authority ar d
thrown into the furnace tomorrow, will he not much more ho olik their scribes.
surely clothe you, you who have a little faith? So do not '... ,, *
worry and say, 'What shall we have to eat?' or :What shall .. i .
we have to drink?" or 'What shall we have to wear?! For oriz, O,, ,, ro n
these are all things of which the heathen arein panting IESUJAOF NAZARETH, called Christ, broaufht good news anid
pursuit, and your heavenly Father knows well that you e, religion. He asked for faith., His believers would hiive '
need all this. 'But you must make his kinRgdeom, and up- ,% yiMggm possible, Bad faith stunts mep. The faithful gain full
rightness before him, your greatest cwre#rand you will growth in Christ.
have all these other things besides. So dooiiot worry Whe,,e*S hever wFould follow him,,and nourish in his own heart the
about tomorrow, for tomorrow will haves w~s ries, of its 4gd,0f 44 would master hardships with grown up faith,
own. Let each day be content with. 4s emva,%asks. pX ~, 4pp huild new triumphs. He would grow up to tde
"Pass no more judgments upon othernppayle, so that dignity of the son of man-understand how to be a son of God. Ile
,you may not have judgment passed uponr, yovo For you .... ,, would partake "of permanent life.
,will be judged by the standard you judgey4, and men .. .:: The perfect son, the- complete man, which Jesus portrayed,
will pay you back with the same measure .ywushave used could not be absolute-or his teaching would crack under test like


A bent shaft is not tr
the truth, and the truth s
All worship and thie
and women and children
faith. That faith in its
is described in this reeor
When we go back t
the documents-to men a
Jesus once cautioned
ways with you," Yet Chr
the cave man to the high
through cruel kings, to I
the demon of despair, to
and truth, Mazda; throul
great prophet Jeremiah;
Buddha-Light of Asia;
and a broken dynasty-to Co
Rule.; through supestip inio
ing and fighting'back, to
mad and his folloidrs; th
savior is one God. :'
To all'pedpl whose
faith is-in onee w'zortd the]
'"All of your children
shall be their peace."


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TUmJRDAY DK('CEMBEN 6, 1941






SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1947


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MANHATTAN EDITOR

By Gene Gleason :
AP N*wsftatour


PAW 'RtiBU




CLASSIFIED ADS

Information for the Advertisea l.


Chapter 1(
THE elevator operator at Jean's
hotel, displaying a genial
grin, stood just outside her door
and handed her a transparent
cellophane bbx, tied with a broad
white satin ribbon and an ex-
travagantly decorative bow.
"White orchid, Miss Saunders!"
he informed her in a voice of
respectful awe. "I haven't seen
one this pretty since we had the
florists' convention downstairs."
Jean gave him a tip, wonder-
ing meanwhile who had sent the
beautiful flower, which lay in the
box with the grandeur of a prize
winner, at a floral exhibition. She
detached a white envelope, bear-
ing her lame in' bpld, aut'horita-,
tive pein-strakes, and removed the
card inside.
"Will you read far enough to
lot me 'aplogize'and perhaps ex-
plain why I acted so rudely the.
other night?" the card read. "I
was either so sleepy I didn't hear
your explanation, or so foggy
that i didn't comprehend it. Bill
O'Reilly has since straightened
me out (or laid me out!)' on that,
and I'm almost too embarrassed
to' revive "the incident. But if
you'll give me a second chance I
hardly deserve, I'll try to make
clear how sorry I am for offend-
ing the pne person in the world
I'd least like to hurt in any way.
Will you answer the phone if I
call at four this afternoon?" The
note was signed: "Harry,"
SShe had alorig battle with her
own pride, but she had finally
overcome it with her sense of
fairness when Hawkins called.
She picked upthe phone at four:
he picked her up for dinner at
seven.
"I'd have worn sackcloth,
ashes and a gangsters' funeral
wreath to prove I was sorry,"
Harry told her, after they had
S overcome the self-conscious ten-
sion of their temporary estrange-
ment. "You see, it wasn't. just
Jean Saundrs, the writer, I had
to apologize to; it was you--
somepne I care a great deal more
for."
All through dinner, they talked
happily without a mention of


gamblers, news stories or Charles
Dawson. They did not talk at all
when Harry, holding her close
to him, danced so smoothly past
the couples on the crowded floor
that Jean was only half-aware of
their existence.
They had arranged to meet for
lunch the following day at the
Algonquin. The memory .of the
previous evening was still with
both of them, but now they were
ready to discuss the problem that
would have seemed a profana-
tion of last night's mood; the
riddle of Charles Dawson's ac-
tions.
THEY were seated at a corner
table along the brightly-lac-
quered wall of the Algonquin's
Chinese -Room when Harry re-
introduced the topic.
"After I got over my sore-
headedness about being called
out of bed the other night," he
told Jean, 'I started to think
about Dawson. I tried to patch
together what you'd told me
about-him-bis staying out of the
office and the rest of it-to see if
I could figure out what was bit-
ing him."
S"He has me baffled," Jean ad-
mitted. "Did you- figure out any-
thing?" ,
Hawkins pondered a moment,
then lowered his voice so that it
did not carry beyond their table.
"Well, I knew from what you
told me that he didn't drink on
the job. I also knew he couldn't
afford to hang around two night
spots like the Biarritz, .and the
Castillo --unless he had some-
thing special in mind. For in-
stance, he didn't get back to the
office some mornings. I gather,
until after five o'clock.",
"Sometimes later," Jean as-
sented. "But what did that
prove?"
"Night clubs don't operate
after four a.m. in this town, un-
less they're cheating on the
liquor laws, or running some kind
of a side racket," Hawkins ex-
plained: "I started out to see if I
could find out what branch of
larceny the Castillo and the Biar-
ritz were dabbling in." He shook
his head woefully. "What a job
that was! The cop on that
Seventh Avenue beat is an old


COAST PROTECTION


AGAINST STORMS


PROVIDED IN


IS


BILL
i .


Key West Included In Lo.*

realities That Would Be Eugene Wells

Benefitted If Measure Died Thur av

Becomes Law a
(From Wae-ngton Crr,,sodent-, Eugene Wells, 29, died Thurs-
Key WMaet Citir en) day night at 7:30 o'clock in'the
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. A Biltmore Veterans Hospital,
bill providing for sufficient lunds .
for protection of Florida, espe- Coral Gables.
cially Key West and other The body arrived in Key West
coastal cities, and protection for last night, and funeral services
Mississippi, Alabama and Louis- will be .held Sunday at 4 p. m.,
lana, is in the course of prepara- in the Fleming Street Method-
tion, according to representatives ist Church, whetreet body will
from these states. ist Church, where the body will
Fourth District Rep. G. be placed at 2 p. m. Rev. J. B.
rthes Distt Rep. G. t a Reid will officiate. Burial will
Smothers was not present at a in the
conference of representatives of be in the family plot, in City
Florida and other states at which Cemetery. Lopez Funeral Hoeme
the problem of extensive damage is in charge of arrangements.
'to coastal property and land was ells; four brother, Robert W.,
taken up. Rep. Smathers has Wells; four brothers, Robert W.,
been in Florida in connection Eerett E. WellHs
with plans for the visit of Presi- Mr. Wells was a veteran of
dent Truman, who will attend Wr War II. Te Honor Gard
the dedication of Everglades Na- WoArthur Sayer Po No. 2G r
tional Park Re. -nather' of oi Arthur Sawyer Post No. 28,
i l ese and Veterans of Foreign Wars
fice suggested :'that,'the Pre"i- n .
dent would have -an opportunity ill attend the buardwil. fire
of' noting the: effects of the he 'Honor uard I with fir b
storms' which sweep over Flor- vIley it the.grave, with taps by
ida during his stay at Key West. their bugler.
To cover protection in the Pallbearers will be selected
four states the appropriation will from the membership.
have to be a sizeable one, it ;as A B
pointed out. It is possible that onzo ordelI
some funds made available for
befFh erosion work may be oh-' De At M
tad Dead At Miami
Jetty bulkhead construction
is proposed, but this was not John A. Borden, formerly of
golie into deeply in the confer- Key West, but now of Miami,
ence of' representatives. The announces the death of his
whole problem is one of engi- brother, Alonzo, at Miami, on
neering. Jetty construction some- Thursday morning. Alonzo' once
times turns an ocean current lived here.
away from one point and it then Survivors are his widow, Mrs;
workss its way to another point Edna Borden; son, James E'
and causes shore damage. Borden; daughter, Mrs. Wilhel-,
Army engineers are now work- mina Smith; his mother, Mrs.
ing on an all-over beach erosion Isabella Borden; brothers, John
prevention program for the A., Osborn, Ray A., and Capt. L,
coastal states and the Great H. Borden, and sisters, Mrs.
Lakes region. Gladys Raybon, Mrs. Thelma
Sheppard, and Mrs. Ada Borden,
Sirugo Resigns and three grandchildren.
SirUg Resigns The funeral was held at 2 p.m.
today at Bess Funeral Home,
Assn. Position Miami.
Joseph Sirugo, 627 Duval VFW Auxliary To

of the Retail Liuqor Dealers As-d FAr 1
sociation of Key West. Attend unera
Sirugo gave as his reason for
resigning the fact that he recent- V.F.W. Auxiliary, Post 3911,
ly sold his restaurant and bar, will meet in uniform at 4 p. m.,
and thus disqualified himself tomorrow in front of the Flem-
from holding office in the or- ing Street Methodist Church to
Sganization. attend the funeral of tComrade
I. Eugene P. Wells.
More than half the population Vanessa Saunders, president of
of Mexico is mixed white and the Auxiliary, made the an-


nouncemenict.


pil 'of mine but he played abso-
hitely. dumb, about those spots.
Acted like he thought I had holes
in the head!"
"Do you think he was being
paid off to.play dumb?"
"I had a suspicion of it," he
'said. "Then I- tried snooping
a:rtund in both places, but they
recognized me before I could
look the interiors over very care-
fully. Everyone was very so-
licitious, helpful-and' watchful
as a hawk. I finally got thg truth
out of a kosher corned beef sand-
wich."
'_"A what?" Jean asked.
"A corned beef r sandwich,
served by Sam Shapiro, the best
delicatessen operator on Seventh
Avenue," Harry said with a
knowing grin. "I've eaten'there
hundreds of times after a show,
gossiping with Sam. He knows
Seventh Avenue inside out; and
he's told me things he keeps a
secret from his family. I dropped.
in there the other night and Sam
gave me the lowdown on the
Biarritz and the Castillo, after
warning me not to quote him."
"Quit teasing me and give the
facts," Jean insisted.
"The fact is, my dear, that both
those places are running very
high-class gambling joints be-
hind a night club front. They get
the richest celebrity trade-with
plenty of police protection and a
very elaborate system of screen-
ing out nosey newspapermen."
Jean gave a soft, hardly audi-
ble whistle of surprise.
"So that's why Dawson goej
to them," she exclaimed, "Was
he afraid I'd discover he was
mixed up in the racket?.,
"Probably so, because he's cer'
tainly mixed up in it in some
way," Hawkins declared. "He's
sold his house and his car, pulled
all his savings out of the bank-
I found that out 'from a couple
of reporters who've knowS' him
all his life. He's in this deal either
as gambling joint promoter, or
just plain heavy loser. Either
way, he's worried to death. Those
places are backed 'by the tough-
est mob in the East, and they'd
just as soon bump off a business
partner as they would a welshipn
customer.".
(To be contained)


SMarathon PTA


Hosts To Monroe

County Council
Marathon Parent-Teachera As-
i sociation was host at a meeting
of the Monroe County Council
of Parents and Teachers. Lunch-
leon was served at the Marathon
Chamber of Commerce bhuiding,
IGuests were the Principal of the
School, County Commissioner
Parrish, S. C. Singleton and
Ivns. varies. supervisor of ele.'
mentary school. There were 33
members fr6m Key West.

Pythian Knights

Elected Officers
Key West Lodge, Knights of
Pythias, elected the following
officers at a meeting' last night:
Chancellor commander, Earl
R. Adams; vice chancellor,
George Phillips; 'prelate, Daniel-
Sharp; .master of works, Gerald
Saunders; secretary, J. Winfield
Russell; financial secretary, J,
Frazier Pinder; treasurer, Mil-
lard B. Gibso4; master at arms,
Cutter Bowman; outer guard,
Gerald Adams; trustees, Daniel
Sharp, Earl Adams and George
Phillips.

PoipeiankP
'Aift : 4Mon4ay


A pecias' Chistmaihas meeting
of the Poinciana P.-T.A. will be
held on Monday at 7:30 o'clock.
A program appropriate to the
holiday season has been arrang-
ed.


FOR SAL8

'36 Chev. pick-up. Good condi-
tion. Apply Mastie Trailer
Park, ask for Phelps...
dec6-2tx


1935 Ford Sedan
tor, excellent
1052-M..


with 1946 'mo-
condition, Call
doc683t


Beautiful living room suit.' 1~2
Division Street. 'dec6-tx

Simmons Crib, with mattress.
1423 Von Phister Street.
dec6-3t

1941 Ford Canopy Truck, $350.00.
SAdams Dairy. dec6-Stx
eni's bicycle, balloon tires. 1900
Staples Avenue. dec6-3tx
26-ft. boat, cabin. type, model A
Ford engine. Price $275.00.
228-A Poinciana Ext.
.dec6-3tx
1940 Chrysler Traveller, $800.00.
2790 Staples Ave., before 2
p. m. dec6-2tx
1938 Ford sedan, $150.00 705
Windsor Lane. dec3-6tx
1934 2-Door Ford Sedan, 5 new
tires. Looks good, runs good.
$295.00. 1101 Angela..'
idec6-ltx


RATES FOR RBORGLAR and
BLACKFAC P TYPE'
Adverttseen to ander this head
will be inserted in The, Ctiasn at
tle rate of 2c a word for each in-
sertion, but the'nilnimbin charge for
the first 15 w6rdai or leas I4 30c.
The rate for hbckftae t~cpe .t., c a
word, and the minimum large for
the first 15 wards le 4"c.


PATU R NT
Paymtnt for classified adveri.**-
ments I Invariably In advanre, but
regular advertisers with ledger so-
counts may have heir advtrtla4-
mern tW carged.
To Inlrile publlratiun. copy nibao
be in The Citizen oftlre before I)
o'clock In the morliiring on the,dag
of pibllcatlon.


All advertlslif Is ae*pled under the following uoAlttatn: tan U
event of error',in advertillin. tLransient or cuntract, The ,ia0en, will f
responsible only for (hr first Insertion jIr ClanmrIlrd Advperllsls. -ad in
Display AderrlsIlng for only the actual amount or spare uccuplfd bt Uto
part of the ddvertlermeni where the error occurs.
*N Na 's 0 0e I Is 18. WE 0 0 wK. Il ls
u HELP WANTED FOfl $ALE

Waitresses wanted Call 0292, White outside nt, $2.75 gal.;
after 4 p.m. dec5-2t white enamel. $2.75 gal.; floor ,.
enamel, $2,75 gal.; laquers,
Young man who wants to learn clear and- '1"s; flat paint,
radio. Apply 628 Elizabeth. I $3.45 g ristmas Tiree
dec6-3tx trimmin, .nd handmade
gifts. .,.. & Co., 846
Wanted-Man with car for light Olivia. cot -aker. Phone 1697.
delivery work. Apply 516 dc~4-3t
Snothard St rldec-3t


HELP WANTED--FEMALE


Girl with sales, ability. Must
know typing. 'Steady position. j
505 Duyal. Collins. nov29-7tx

Young lored Girl for general
cleaning pad keep'. stock. 505
DuvaloCollins. dec6-3tx


Plumbing uppliqs. complete
stock. Plastic tile, paints and
brushes. Robert Leonard Co.,
1532 N.W. 62nd Street, Mii,
Fla. Phone 7- 3P2& rdea-tf


teen 12 and 1. Or
300, Citizen Office.


nv e-0t
nov26-q0t


W"i TED 1940 Chev-Sedan. excellent colr
Unfuish or.. 'Apt or edition, Price very reasonable.
Unfumrnisheda hous or Apt. 4' or M oroe Motors, Inc.,
5, rooms. ,oca Chica 1100. ex. '
tension Il9, or 218 Chief Mo -, -dec-,
.. cvtx Covered wagon house traier,
S ... I sleeps four. $750. 611 Division
Man to share room. Tin beds, St. e4tx
near bath, close in. Call 551-M. It 6t
r deft. Coconut Palms, ,'0. 1217Petronia
SS. Street. dec5-2tx


Clean, airy rooms, with connect- Footlockers, $1.50; Bunk teds,
ing baths,: nar thesocean. $2. Assoted lot of dishes and
Beach Guest House, 132 White utensils. Salvage Yard, 655
St. de.otf Greene St. dec5-3tx


Two .1, bedroom apartme ts. Cement, )1.65, Time $1.50. Sal-,
Everything furnis' ..AllH Utili- vage Yard, 655 Greene Street.
ties. Season rent oly. dec5-3tx
Two-bedroom apartment on 'the Eight-piece solid ,oak bedroom
ocean. Season rent only. Ce- furniture, consisting of, six- '
cil Carbonell, 700 Duval' St. drawer chest, two four-drawer
,-"r l de-3t. chests, twin beds, pIlte glass
w tw-b r mirrorf .-vanity> and- -benft4. i-
New two-bedrgom apartment, -Like- new. $2%. -37 -Poi-
near ocean, tile bath, electric ciana:- *. dec5-3tx
nabcanah edec5-3tx
kitchen, '.for PD enmber or sea-! ,- '
son. No children or iets. 142 Two new wool blankets, $7.00,
Vernon, Phone 360-M. e na. 37-2 ,onciana.,
S io ( ,- dec5-3tz :
Furnished rooms, $6.25 single', .fiish bdroo.
$7A-0 double, 6a6 Grinnll, 'St,' a-piece+-, blonde finish- bedroom ' '.")
$7.50 double. 263t suit, incIding. 1 box spring,. 1,.
Sinnerspring mattress, $!00.QO.
Furnished 4-room Apts. 'Maid 13-1 Poinciana Place. ,
and janitr service;- nea and .dee.5-.tx
all utilities furnished. Carol ::;"
Hotel gts. Ov Post Office. 1937 Buick convertible, -new
312 Simonton "St. d.eS,2tx .top, aew seat covers.30,
SN.A. s. d5-3'tx
Light housekeeping rooms, $ 5 .
$10 per week. 411 William St. Solr water beaters.. Large neat-
dec. lmoax itg pitts, 10o-gal. heavy-duty:
insulated tank. Can be had for


Clean, comfortable, airy room,'
twin beds. 513 Whitehead, oP-
posite count courthouae..
dec-3tx


small monthly payments. -NNo
money down., uaranteed. Or-
der Pow for imWeediate delivery.
Lee .Bros. Neon Co., '614 Greene
St.. Phone 4. Key West, Fl'.i;'


Spacious modern:apartment, four sept6-sa-i~
rooms,.tub and shower, twin'-, .
beds and sofa bed, Season, or 1940 Cgdillac. New paint job,
annual. Near ocean. No 4 chil- 45.000 miles on engine. 144
dren or pets. 811 United St,. Alberta St ,or call 1100-, Extt
Phone 541. dec6-ltx. 118.M 'dec683tx
,, : ., .. 'I .


WANTED TO .*ET 1938 Biiek Roa master, irAdi,
S' ,. j heater, good: .tie .:
FNice apartment or bhugalow, n- 1510-M. i.n
.furnished except for gas 'or., .
electric range 'and refrigerator; 4 ft. General Eleetfic refigerti.r,
must be available for occupan-I $05.00. Apply 519 Francis St.
cy by mid-January. Naval offi- dec6-3tx,
cer and wife desire two-year
lease, at reasonable rate. .. 1988 Packard 4-door sedan, excel-
home in quiet neighborhood. lent condition, good rubber.
Phone '397-M. .dec5-3t't Call 258-W. dec-3tx


rOui rn53


.22 pal. target rifle with 18 boxes
of shells, 3240 rifle; '4 Ply.
mouth engine, cheap, 162-C
Poinciana. dec3-4tag


Console radio, 10 tubes, $30.00.
Apply 1214 Olivia Street.
dec3Atf

1937 Dodge four-door solan, 5,000
miles since motor overhauled,
A-1 condition. Hays, D-2 Fort
Taylor. See before Mondhy:
dec4-tlx


4-Burner Gas Stove, porcelaine
lined Ice box. Apply 5i8 Duval
street. decd-tf


One Craftsman 6 in. joiner, new;
. one floor lamp, one, coffee ta-
ble, one living room shelf,
Call at Tony's Auto Body
ShoD. dec-3tx


Lionel electric train, with switch-J
es. 1002 Fleming, Phone 641.
dec5-2tx


Rose Bushes-World's best. Hitits
on care and culture. Free illus-
trated catalog. McClung -ros,
Rose Nursery, Tyler, Texas.
dee6-1tx


Vacuum cleaners and wshba
machines repaired. O'Bria't,
Telephone !64.M. decl-imo

Personal Christmas cards msade
from your favorite negative. 25
cartd for $285. vans Catneta
and Supply Store' decl-tf ,


L08V
lKeys on two rings. Reward if re-
turned to Citizen office.
alecS-3t.

Grey with silver cap Parker 51
pen at bus stop, corner of Si-
monton and Caroline. Reward
if found. Call 806 or come to
White Ldry. dec5-2tX


Two family-size water heaters,
good condition. Plone 222-MY EXTIERMINATIN
or 625 Angela. dec5-2t E E IAI
S. e FEC Exterminating Serviee
Electric beer case, 'four compa.-7 1415 United St. Phon 1173i
ments, and seven ice, box^ Call Before 9 A.M., After 6 P.M.
Apply White Inn Bar, 1018 i-j Spcialit so A~q*t i 0.
vision Street. d"el 6
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RESIDENT TRUMAN MAY


BE AMONG WORSHIPPERS AT


LOCAL CHURCH TOMORROW
invitations Extended The President By First Baptist* n
..:. ...-. .... J by exploration for new reserve,
es. an
And Pirst Methodst Churches To Come Ti In forests, conservation can
S" ..b'. .-, be achieved by adhering to the' da
T ir rv f S nda 'principle of sustained yield and ic
inr ervlc u d j forest management so that tim-, M
-; : '' ber is harvested 'each year just. ei
t. BRONNIE NICHOLS, PASTOR OF FIRST BAP.* as other crops are. This'should o
AND REV. W LEONWELLS, PASTOR OF" P'be true for both privately owrn-, ei
TIST, AND REV. W, LEON WELLS, PASTOR OF SPEECH OF PRESIDENTed d publy one fore
FIRST METHODIST, SEND CHIEF EXECUTIVE .(Continued From Page One) lands.
GREETINGS AND INVIATION TO URC : ajesty apd beauty of our coun- "In farmland, conservation s
tGS AD IN TO .U try., can be achieved by expanding Ul
At least two Key. West churches are looking forward to ."Thesq are the people's parks, and intensifying the many soil p
se ing President Truman among the worshippers at the Sunday owned by young and old, by conservation practices develph- r
morning services .it wds reported today. those in the cities and those on 'ed by our .agricultural technici- b:
t Both the Rev. Bronnie E. Nichols, pastor of First Baptist the fars. Most ofthem are ours ans to'sustain productivity. The F
Church;and the Rev.,G. Leon Wells, pastor of First Methodist today because here were Amer-i area of irrigated land can be ex- ti
church; have extended invitations to the President to attend icans many years ago who exer- panded materially with new re- el
hurc have extended invitations to the President to attend cised vision, patience and unsel- clamation projects. Range lands
i ;eir c ur es. fish devotion in, the battle 'for in the West can be protected by ei
It is presumed the invitation of the Rev. Mr. Nichols ,ill be conservation. the control of erosion and by the g
accepted' because President Truman is generally regarded, as. "Each national park possesses enforcement of safe limits on 01
a Baptist. Upon the occasion of the President's last visit here qualities distinctive enough to the number of grazing stock. ti
Jxst March he attended services'at Baptist Church. make its preservation a matter "In minerals, we can come
The President usually notifies the pastor of the church- of concern to the whole' Nation. closer to- the proper baln n
vhee he will attend services the morning he expects to arrive." Certainly, this Everglades area with increased efficiency in ex- li
He notified the pastor that he would be. in attendance at serv- has; more than its share of, feat- traction and with scientific 'ex- b
i'ces at the Baptist Church on the Sundar-morning he attended.; ures uniue" tq these :United ploratibn for lew: reserves. o
The Rev. Mr. Nichols will speak on "Something Permaneint"', States. Her aire no lofty peaks When ores contain several min- ti
at tomorrow morning's services, while tomorrow evening he" seeking the sky, no mighty gla- erals, we should extract all the r
will talk on "A Rendezvous* iers or rushing streams wearing, useful products and waste none: w
fh God." away the uplifted land.. Here is7 Despite a bounteous, nature, this .i
SAt the 10:50 a.m. worship to- land, tirnquil in its quiet beauty, 'country has never been self suf-
norrow the Rev. Mr. Wells wil: COLORED serving not as the source -of Wa-. ficient in all minerals. We iave
nr Rev. Mr. Wels ter but as the last receiver of always imported minerals to o
take as his' subject, :"Touch CHURCHES it. To its-natural abundance we meet these deficiencies. and we fo
Tokens. Tomorrow evening, ', owe the' spectacular plant and must continue to do so.
.his sermon subject will be- animal life that distinguishes "In water, we need to pre- ti
"Christ-The Door." "The Poor Receive Good: this place from all others in our rent 'further dropping of the' al
-Tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the, Tmngs" is the subject of a ser- country. water table, which in many,
Youth for Christ Rally at First mfon to be delivered at 11 a.' m. "Our park ,system .also em- areas is dangerously low.',ISur-. o
Methodist Church will be fea-- worship tomorrow b:y the iRe,, braces such national shrines as face water must be stored, and h
tured by on all-musical pro-, C C. Higgs, pastor' of Cornish Jam stown Island, .the Statue of ground water used in such a it
ram. Chapel of the A.M.E. Zion 'Liberty, And t e battlefields of way as to cause the least deple- t
Th Rev.J. B. Reid, pastor of Church. At the 7- p. m. worship Yorktown ah Gettysburg. tion. Although the water level,
'the, Pleming, Street Methodt he will speak on the subject, jThese historic places-as nluch is high now here in the Ever- 0
Chur h, will occup the pup "God and Bad Conscience" as' the 'scenic areas-also need to glades, there ha been, damage t
at h sericsupy te pulpmorrow it The Rev. Sigismund A. L g, e prtected 'ith all the devo- from a lowered fresh-water ta-, ry
Ot 'assigned any serm h ition at our- cotnorand in these ble, and, during the war, fires
ot ss any sermon cir of trinity Pe ervan days when we are learning urgedd through the glades-fires h
ts. Churchwill speak at oth erv- :aggn theimprtance of an un- fe 'by dry grass which should f
e Breastplate of Righteous- ices tomorrow, the morning .serv- r n m ralc tof n u- ee by dry rss whic should
is the subject of the, ser- ice at 11 'o'clock, and the. eve- derstanidig loyalty to our na- have ben covered by water.
o be delivered at 11 a. m. ning service at 'To'clock. tional, heritage. "The' battle for conservationI k
owbyhe Rev Jn "Our pairs are but one part of cannot be limited to-the,winning; iv
pastor of the Pinciana PREIDENT DEDICATES the national effort to conserve of new conquests. Like liberty t
s,,Pastor of the Poinciana PRESIDENT-DEDICATES .p,* sb
unity Church. our naturall' .resources; Upon.itself, conservation' must be hI
i l bhur CEvening I (Con tinud From PaiO ) i these resources ouri life as a na- ugt for unceasingly pro
i ill beCh in First Cohrge nhea Inrdins presented him :with tion depends. Our., high level of tect earlier victories. 0
hurc sof whichthal shirt. .. employment 'and our. extraordi- "Publib lands and parks, our,
associate 'pastor of Con- Then' the Preaident ,:,and his nary production are being lir- forests and our mineral reserves s
6' tional Church, the R party walked Id the Rod aid ited by scarcities .in some items are subject to many destructive
am Wl e Gun Club, where he had nch- of our natural wealth. This is influences. We have to. remain
m W.---: wll spweat eon weth 5 tiffticTals '~nd digni- th? tftif to detrdp banfa rplef- constantly ifgilant' o prevent i
a r Is Good. ThP Rie. 1arr or the WelwA __2_ :.. ish .o;ur' basic resources. raids by those who :would: sel- t(
ns wiGood." The Rev. Mr. I All along the way the Presi- Criservatron -has .-&~. 9irac- t4jh,l exploit our common heri-
ing worship at 730 o'clock on eve- dent was' seen ,by thousands of tied for many decades and stage for their private gai u:.
"Portrait of Christ." persons, who lined the roads and preached for many more, yet raids on our natural resources l
uvPtrait OInrist -tr
Jesus" will be the sermon streets over which he pass~ d or only in recent years has it be- are not examples of enterprise
-subject of the Rev. A. D. wked President come lain that we cannot af- and initiative. They are at-
O'Briant, pastor of Poinciana -then the President returned ford to conserve in a haphazard tempts to take from all the
Baptist. Church, at the 11 a m to Wiley. Cottage where he re-. or piecemeal manner. No part people for thebenfit ofa few.
worship. "God With Us," will be mained until his departure for of our conservation program can "As always in the past .whe'n
thl title of his sermon t the the dedication of Everglades Na be slighted if we want. to make th people's poperty hhs be
- evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. tional Park. fall tus cf our resources and threatened, met ad on
S"God the Only Cause and A grandstand, seating about. have fulj protection against fu- ose primary conern has been:
'Creator" will be' the subject to 100 persons, had been' erected ture emergencies. their country's 'welfare have
be discussed at the 1 a.m. serv- near a pine woods, alongside "If we waste our minerals by risen to oppose these selfish at-
Sices at the Christian Science So- the Everglades airport. .From careless inning and processing ks. We can be hankfu or
'ciety. There will be a meeting this -stand the President spoke we shallnot be able to build the their efforts, as we can be grate-
SWednesday at 8 p. for 12 minutes, beginning machinery to till the land. If ful fr the efforts of. itizefs,
'"Rest" will be the sermon sub- promptly at 2:51 p. m. : we waste the forests by careless private groups, local govern-
Jiect at the Assembly of God "The ,benefits our nation will; lumbering,v. e shall lack housing meints, and the State" 0, Florida-
Church at 11 a. m The sermon derive from tlis dedicated will, d construtioni materials for Which, joined in common pur-
;subject will be "Son, Remem- outlast 'the youngest of us," said i factory, fatim, and 'mine If we pose, have made possible the es-
ber" at the evening services, at the President. "They will in- waste the water through failure tablishment of the Everglades
7:30 o'clock. "crease with the passage of to build hydroelectric plants, we National Park.
(Holy Communion will be cele- the years. Few actions' could Wshall burn ,our, resources of coal The establishment of this Park
Rated at Grace Lptheran make a more lasting contributionI and oil needlessly. If we waste isan object lesson and hurch Sunday at,7:30 p. 'n. Te to the enjoyment of the Amier- our soil.through erosion and fail- ample to the entire Natiot. that
r .e.:F. H. Zukerpastor, iil ican people than the establish- ure to replenish our fields, we ,
each'onhetopic; ook for ment'.,:of Everglades National shall destroy the source 0of our ,- .- -,i -
iberist to Return in Glory.",., Park." ;:',,".'''' people's food. |' :-. R- #ska r.llL
Sihe ussion e resident's speech, which "Each onservatin need isd CORNISH l
course on "What Does the Bible is carried in full in another part pendent on the others. A slashed AME. ZION CHURCH
Say" will be repeated after the of The Citizen, was mainly re-' and burned forest brings erosion "The So Friendly Church"
service Sunday for those unable garding the conservation,.: in of uplands and fills downstreani (COLORED)
sto attend last Monday. Lesson Which he said, in one part, that reservoirs with silt so that water Whitehead hod AnglEdt i'
6 will be taken udat the usuil "to maintain our national wealth power 'is lessened and irrigated Rev. C, C. Higgs, Pastor
time, l:30 p. m., Monday. The must engage in full and farms lose their water supplies.
children's confirmation class will complete conservation of Our re-' Eroded farmlands contribute to 9:30 a.m. Sunday Church school
met ate t urh of o m Monda. sources." devastating floods. Uncontrolled For All Age .
'At the Key Wet Church of The President left Naples for rivers mean lost electricity, Joseph Thompson, Supt.
Christ worship, including Com- the return trip to Key West soon farms without water, and peren- A.M., Worship
union service will be at 6:30 after he dedicated the park. He nial and increasing flood dan- "THE POOR RECEIVES
hunionsrice, will be at 6:30Sunday will follow the same route back ger. GOOD THINGS"
Universal Bible Sunday will here that he took going to Ev- To maintain our national 5:30 P.M., Christian Endeavor
fbe discussed by the Rev. Mel- erglades. wealth we must engage in full 7 P.M., Worship
H"ose S. Avery, pastor of Presby- Aside from going to church and complete conservation of all "Gd and Bad Concienc"
terian Church, at: the 11 a. in. Sunday, nothing was planned for our:resources. Mon., 7:30 p.m., Trustees Meet
services' tomorrow. At 7:30 p.m. the President for tomorrow. "Full conservation of our ener- Tues., 7 p.m., Prayer-Class Meet
.the Young People's Fellowship gy. resources can be accomplish- Thurs.,. 7 p.m., Jr. Choir Rehrs,
of the church will meet. The United States produces ed by continued construction of Fri., 7:30 p.m., Sr. Choir Rehrs.
. At the 10:50 o'clock morning more than 28 per cent of the dam, hydroelectric plants and


:,worship service, Rev. R. W, world's oranges. transmission lines; -y greater
Weaver will -speak on the topic, use f natural gas, by research
s In A Name" Men* were milking cows as for more efficient methods of T Prn
Senior Choir will present an long age a 9,000 B. C. eractonof coal and oil, and 1NY tnai C r
Senthem.oir will present an 717 Sinionton Street (Colored)
I'"The Intermediate and Senior Sigismund A. Laing, Mnistpr
Methodist Youth Fellowship S n and Sorm
,groups meet at 6:30 p. m. Miss j-c ,ALL MITAL Morning Worship, 11 o'Cloc
'Ruth Dumm will direct the In- A N
iermediate group, and Rev. W N INGS
eaver will be the speaker for Sunday School 3:30 P.M.
t ie Se,.or group. When OPEN-I Youth Meeting 5:30 P.M.
The 7:3.evening worship U5 e M
Se will begin with the sing- When CLOSED-It9s A Perfect Storm Shutter
of favorite gospel songs. CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVANIZF D SHEET METAL Evening Worship, 7:00 o'Cloki
es Ruth Dumm and Eliza- GUARANTEED WILL NOT RUST OR ROT
Rosam will sing a duet Finished in Gleaming Enamel-Your Choice of Colors, -
m will sing a Monogram or Design .':' Tues., 7:30 p.m., Prayer Service
er entitled, In Him." The Simple to Operate FHA Terms. Mod ion Dmonstration and Deacons' Business Meeting
n topic will be "A Quest Installed T ? f c 614 GEE N ST. Wed., 7 p.m., Youth Night,
ernal Life." ly uIn PHONE 4 Instruction and Recreation.
mid-week prayer meeting y7:0 Phona rr'RE. Ptat E Fri., 7:30 p.m., Choir Rehearsal
each Wednesday at 7:30 IPhone^ or lE, Euifa.t"^ 'and Boy Scouts' Meeting


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ting
d' refresh-
ients e- Navy
Vives p drive
meeting -e a e, B tt Hiat
Tua,; Sub Base, Wednesday. afEi
mrnoon. Prizes were awai ded
ie winners at bingo.
Three applicants were admit-
d to membership: Mrs, Helen"
herwa, Mrs. Alice Whitaiker
nd 'Mrs. Susan Irvin. ; "
Guests present were Mei
1mes Dorothy oMathews, Veroa-,,
a' Dunnavant, Betty .Hodge,
[amie Morgan, Rosemary Shav-
r, Agnes Keller, and Miss DLor-
thy Dunnavant. Children poes-
nt. were Louise Cherwa End
anrdra Whitaker.


0un'd conservation depends
pon the point endeavors of the
people and their several govern-
ients. Responsibility is 'shared,
y the town, the state, and the
federal Government; by socie-
es and legislatures and all lov-
rs of nature.
"No man can know every el-'
ment that makes a nation
great. Certainly the lofty spirit
f its people, the daily coopera-
on, the helpfulness of one citi-
en to another are elements. A,
action's ability to provide a good
ving for its people in industry,
business, and on the farm is an-.
ther. 'The intelligent recognii
on by its citizens of a- nation's.
esponSibility for world 'order;
oirld peace, and world recovery'
Still another.
The wise use of our natural
sources is the. foundation ,of
ur'effectiveness in all these ef-
)rts.
"The problems of peace, ltke
hose of war, require courage
nd sustained effort; If we wish
his Nation to remain prospere-
us, if we wish it still to be "the
ome of the free", we. can have
so. But, if we fail to heed,
he lesson of other nations that
ave permitted their natural re-
ources to be wasted and des-i
'oyed, then we shall reap a sor-
y harvest.
"And for conservation of the
uman spirit, we need places.
ich as Everglades National,
ark where we may be. more,
eenly aware of our 'Creator's'
ifinitely varied, infinitely beau-
Iful, and infinitely bountiful:
handiwork. Here wem may, driw
irength and peace of mind from
ar surroundings.
"Here we can truly und('r-
tand what the Psalmist ':ineant.
rhen he sang: "He maketh lo
e dov.:n in green pas.iurd.. He
tadeth mre beside'the -stih va-'
rs; he restoret'i my so '


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John Pickens. Paster
William W. Iliffe, Associate
William Street near Southard
9:45 A.M., Sunday School
John V. Archer, Supt.
-1IU00 A.M. Worship
Sermon:
'THIE LORD IS GOOD"
Rev. Iliffe


6:00 P.M., Junior Endeavor
7:30 P.M Communion
Meditation
"PORThAIT OF JESUS"
Rev. Pickens ,
YOU WILL BE WELCOME


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Grace Lutheran
"Church
"I'i5 PETROMiA STREET


..ivine Service,
S 7:30 P.M.
F.H. ZUCKER, Pastor


GLAD TIDINGS
ASSEMBLY of GOD
Cor. Petronia and Georgia Sts.
Sunday School, 10 A.M.
Morning Worship,
S 11:0 0 A.M.
Sermon: "REST"
I vangelislie Services,
S: 7,30 PM.
Sermon, "bSN. atfiEMBER"
sionry Pctures, irt Color of
Peru',' S.A., "Friday, 'DIe.. 12th,
7:30 P.M. .Songs in SpanishW
'YOU- AME INVITED.!
. -Ernetistsa.Jeter de Doan,
Pastora


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Church


White and Washington Streets
Rev. Melrose S. Avery, Pastor
Sunday School Starts at
9:50 A.M.

Church Service at
1100 A.M.
Subject: "Universal Bible
Sunday"
Young Peoples' Fellowship
Group, Meets at 7:30
in the Evening


Visitors and Friends Invited


TIJRDAY, D fMBER 6, 1947


Mrs. J. E. Russell
:ack From Bos ton
Mrs. J. E. Russell, who has
been visiting her husband, Capt.
J..E. Russell, in Boston, for the
past ~nonth,.:returned over the
highway last evening.
Mrs Allison Knoywles accom-
panieti Mrs. Russell- as far as
Jackscnville, where she remain-
ed. for a visit with Mrs. W. H.
Sinith -
WSbjhei in aBsteo, Mrs..Knowles
.vJsitej with ,her, 4upband. .All,;ingn
Knjowl!s, W i'w,s chief, qng!peer
on t, salvage 'tug dabl. .-She
pThatb to spend the Chrisltmas
holidays with 'her' family in Ala-
bama before returning, to her
home in Key West.

Key West DAY To
Install Officers
Key West Chapter 33, DAV,
will install officers tonight at a
meeting, : beginning 'at 8:30
o'clock, in the Jackson Square
USO club house.
District Commissioner Sprague
and four national service of4
ficers, Samuel A. Hoops, Robert"
Clark, Edward 'Ugolik and Fred
Silver, will be present at the in-
stallation.


Ap petition seeking a divo)rce,
was filed yesterday. with Circuit
Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer by
Marie Y. Smith against William
H, Smith.


Christian Science
Society
of Key West
327 ELIZABETH STREET

Sunday School, 9:30 A.M.
Sunday Morning Services
At 11 o'Clock
"GOD--THE rOLY CAUSE
AND CREATOR"
Wednesday' Evenings I
-Meetings at 8 o'Clock '

Reading.Room' in Ciurch
.d Edifice. Wi9l'be'hpAd'
Monday and Friday
from 7 to 9 P.M. .


.NIUUIIEIIN~IUICI'UUIUIIAUIUU


1120 Petronia Stfeet ,:


Worship r
'including
COMMUNION
SERVICE
S:30 P.M.


Everybody' Welcome".


SEyes Examined
*Broken Lenses
,Duplicated "'"' I
(24-Hour Service)


*Repairs .- "1
*Prescriptio s
Filled -
(From Any Eye Doctor)
*-Ray Ban and
Calobar Goggles
*Glasses AdjustedI
Bausch & Lomb Optieal Co.
and American Optical Co. :'
Products Us4. Exclusively .,

Dr. J. A. Valdes,
OPTOMETRIST
Office Hours: 9-12 and. 2-5p.am
Evenings by' Appointmept
ADDRESS: PHONES
Dr. Galey's Office. 831
Hospital Residaece,
417 Eaton St. 295' .."


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Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS

An Unusual All-Musical* Proigira

is the Featire for This Eveing '
EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO COME!
You Will Always Want to Come After Your First RallyI

L-C~Ott BRIG A FRIEND- + -
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SbME- THIDST '. R t
Corner hFleRl anbd WitBain St. rat
REV. J. B. REID, Pastor '
Church School 9;4SA.M. "
CLASSES FOR ALL AGES
.Merrill Felton, General Superintendent
SMorning Worship 10:50 A.M. i
Youth Fellowship, 6:30 P.M.
E. Song Service, 7:10 P.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 PM.
THE MALE QUARTETTE WILL SING m r
-:- COME-BRING A FRIEND -:-

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The First BatistChurch
Corner BAHAMA and EATON Streets
Bronhie E. Nichols, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:45 A.M.
S 'j ,H. E. Day, Supt..
MORNING WORSHIP, 10:50 A.M.
'Sbrmon Topic: "SOMETHING PERMANENT" ,:
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION, 6:30 P.M.
S 'Mrs. Elijah Sands, Director : ." '
EVENING WORSHIP, 7:30 P.M.
Sermon Topic: "A RENDEZVOUS WITH GOD"'
Will.Observe the Lord's Supper '-
FELLOWSHIP HOUR, 8:30 P.M.

Wednesday 6:30 P.M., S.S. Workers Counci '
7:30 P.M., Prayer and Praise *vice
Friday 7 '7:30 P.M., Choir Rheoaraf t
F ri-


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Poinciana Baptist
Church
17th and. Eagle
(Poincina Bus to 17th)
A. D. O'BRIANT, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45 A.M.
Worship, 11:00
Subject:
"JESUS"
Lord's Supper To Be Observed
6:30 P.M., Training Union
Evening Worship, 7:30
Subject:
"GOD WITH US"
Pravqr Meetin. 8:00 P.M..
Wednesday t
Public Cordially Invited


LL I m-mImUir-EI.
Methodist: Chuch
Cor. Division and Gorgiia Sts.
Th@.Church,With A Welcome
ROBERTi W. .WAVER,,PaStor
9:45 AM. Sunday School
Class forAl Ag Aes
Miss Miriaim Carey, Supt.
10:50 A. M. WorshiS
"What Is In A Name?"
6:30 P.M.
Intermediate M.Y.F.
7:30.P. M .Worshi
"A Quest For Eternal Life?"
Wed., 7:30, Prayer Meeting
We sesday, 8:30, Choii Practice
S riday. 7:30, ,Boy Scouts
"f Ameica, Tsoop No. $3


Poinciana
: ; i .!a a r 1 ,

Community Churchd
John E. PiLckeas, Pastor
William W. Iliffe, Associate
Community HaL Duck Ave.
at 15th, Poinciana
9:45 A.M.. Sunday School
Classes for All Ages

11 A.M., Worship
Sermon:
"THE BREASTPLATE OF
"RIGHTEOUSNESS"
Rev. Pickens

7:30 P.M., Worship
at the
Congregational Church


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BEARTY WELCOME TO ALL


THE OLD STONE CHURCH
(First Methodist)
Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
G. Leon Wells, Pastor

Sunday Servicee
9:45 A.M., Sunday Church School
Henry Russell, General Superintendent
10:50 A.M. Morning Worship
Subject of Sermons "TOUCH TOKENS" (I John 1:1)
6:30 P.M., Methodist Youth Fellowship
7:30 P.M. Evening Worship
"CHRIST-THE DOOR" will b the Sermon Subject


A Special Invitation to Men of the Service


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Edward J. O. Roberts, as- Your Grocer SELLS That Goo
sistant city comptroller and
father of Charles Roberts, city STAR BRAND
comptroller, who was taken to a. ,. TA *
local hospital yesterday suffer- AMERICAN O
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reported today-to be slightly in- Try A Pound Today----
proved.. -
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as serious, although attending i
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ed the' critical stage.

SSeveks Divorce Church of Christ
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E. I. 0, Rob ts The United states prod
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Sother county,, about .70,000 t
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All APPELROUTH'S
s B as PAUL ALBURY, 'The Store Of

TIMER, IS M


Salctt In OF PIRATES TEAM
C. ! ....: ,r l Doubleheader Of B8^asi, R
T0DAY `I BIRHDAS'
-- Slated For Sunday TODAY BIRTHDAYS
1 a "o (naow America)
r. Alt.rno"hi AtA 14r(y B Herman Shumlin, producer-
Sdirector, born .Atwood, Colo., 40 "T '
"lC AMPION _NARR0 AWL --Y ,, ra' cks Field years ago.
The Rev. Thomas'J .
EDGES WALCOTT IN H. S. Girls A : :+here e Walshho. (- h is
Si T games iA the Island 'ity Leqgut op of Newark, N. J., born in But- '-
Baseball history in'Key et years ago. \ "
N tEHT at. ler .county, Pennsylvania, 74
NIGHT '1"k1tb l ,,,1,will go back at least 20 year t* Thomas E. Brainiff of Dallas, *
E Spe.ial .o Tie f Isien, Basketbalers morrow hen'tfi teage strs Texas, president of ,Braniff 'In,
i 'EW YORK, Dec. 6.-World's its doubleheader at 1 p.- m.. fo international Airways, born in Sa-.
yavyweight Champion. Joe The Key West High School Paul Albury. a familiar figu lina, Kans., 64 year ago. O
Iuis scesl d d irls "B" team was badly whip- n baseball for that period, has B.Earl Puckett, president ofNL
successfullped by the C.Y.C. girls in the taken over the management of Allied Stores, New York, bon. 15
cro wn for the 24th consecutive p. g I the Pirates. in Fairfield, Ill., 50 years ago. 15
e last night in Madison t Recreation Department bas- As oldtimers watch those Pi- Roger W. Woodruff, chairman SHOPPING
aare Garden hen he got a ktba league on Thursday rates they will remember the old f executive committee, Coca- :DAYS TO XMAS
night. The final sco'e, C.Y.C., 21. Key West Regulars t hat were Cola Co.i born in Columbus, Ga.,
fe~ision. over Challenger Jersey High School "B." 3. whpped together by Paul AL'I58 years ago.
XJae Walcott in a 15-round battle. A. -Haskins chalked up 9 whipped Lu Litle of Columbia, fot- *
burLou Little of Columbia, foot-
ouis entered the ring a 15-to-1 points for her winning team, championship for seven conse- ball coach, born Leominster, Visit
Abetting favorite, but Walcott, a M. Saunders, 8, and J. Parks,. utive years, in addition to lay- Mass., 54 years ago. lil
elver counter p k H o i m ing close games with outside Eve Curie, famed French au-- f
away from Louis by back- A. Heast. S. Delgado. I. Haskins. baseball clubs, such as the New thor, scientist' and publisher, fa t Iit
/ dpedaling, and scored often with B. Archer. Ida Sorriano, K. ok Giantsand the B kl born in Paris, 43 years ago. li
$ 0 YoIrk G.iants and the Brookly,
fast right that twice floored Smith and K. Roberts. Dodgers. He Yu Wl Fd novel
mpon. the a es a B High Schol "B f ard ill be the second hal J d HINE Well As A Grand Sel etion

position to lead. Walcott was On Friday night, the High ers trow. New p1y 0 BERTHA STREET .0 nd LTT.
ontdnt to bide his time and land SchooL rls Varsjty licked ,t~e t eak s, n r wt l pr o with every Grease n Al DESSES t LITT
punches as Louis kept5 to 21. r- Rosenmary the ak spots,; azS four well., Piprey Job with every Grease and *.
tooI er punches as Louis kept Alumn to 2 Roseary lan'ed- afs' confront eaci Oil Change job. We will also .
co, ng o hitm. Kerr was the leading scorer for ot her. hck your battery, fan belt, rd- : Pure Linen. Tablecloths with
he gate last night was over the winners with 12 points.',and The first game will be be- iator, tires, transmission and rear
$2 and it was said to be Nancy Lane made 10. C. Rob- weentheBlueSoxandtheGi end.Wehavethelatestequipment LOVELY
t m 8 a d tween the Blue Sox and the Gi- nd. We have the latest equipment;
the largest indoor gate in the erts and Cleo Rosam made 8 a mores and the second game be, or checking carburtors,batter- Gue Towel and Pil
"to. of boxing. 6 points respectively, for mores and the second game be, :for checking carburetors; batter-e ,
tory of boxing. 6 points respectively, for tween San CarTos a-d the Pi'- 4es, spark plugs, ignition, com-*uees an P
.Referee Ruby Goldstein gave Alumnae girls. t prssion and timing in your edr
'T`fttpI Gowns, Slips, P-
cOtt 7 rounds, Louis 6, with 2 for perfect running .. DON'T Gowns, Ss, P
.rounds tied. The wild stock from which Cil:us fruits have ieen culti.- ELAY, PHONE 1178 NOWIti ll Coats, Pajamas. 0
2 judge Frank Forbes gave Wal- domestic lemon trees were pro- C ated in the Orient lot at least O' '* U
"iott 6 rounds. Louis 8, with I duced is believed to be a native 2,000 years. ALL-WOOL
| ro1.1!.a tie. of the Northwest Provinces ofAN THEATRE
S u e Marty Monroe gave India. STRAND THEATRE SWEATERS
'Wlh Ict 6 rounds, Louis 9. Now Showing SWEATE
-_t 'I, n sgan Louis 9. Harry Markoyilx, Inc. "CHEYENtNE" T TRd TWINSWTE TERS
lit decisi6n verdict was not Walcott continued the pressure Harry MarkoEilR, Inc. "CHEYENNE"
wp ipular with the huge crowd, with another hard right to the Formerly of Markoiita & Resnil Den ni Morgan -Jane Wyman l Styles and Sizes
S n figAlng SundayStyleand Sizes
who~ loight Walcott had won head that hurt Louis. Plumbing Opeators n miFl. a SuD aGER" in Wanted Colors
htanll. Louis weighed in at 211, Wal- IS 'BACK. IN' BUSI1ESS IN "CLOAK AND DAGGER"
us was down for the count cot tipping the scales at 194. MIAMI ON U.S.'HIGHWAY No. I Gary Cooper Lilli Palma
otuis w s down for the count otin tipping the scalesfirst round fro1 .I EAR LeJEUIIEl0& -O- A *Chenille, Bates and Ripplet
0t i th e fiars w Ind th Visit Our Showrooms--Car-loads MONROE THEATRE
S right to the.jaw. In the of 'o Showi.g CURTAINS and DRAPES forA
rth round, Louis cae lose STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE of Mgrchandise ii.Our Now Showing
tro Josig his championship than TRIUMPH HARRY'MARKo WI TZ INC. Tom Tyler NEW ARRIVALS IN
ata time in his career. Wal- COFFEE PLUMIWSNQ Serial: "Lost City," No. 5 Rhy
ott, floored Louis with a right Phones 4821 and 40763 Cartoon and News : Rhyt-
to tt4el jaw. that kept the cham- MILL So7 ~o.i HI w ,wa Starting Sunday
pion the floor for a count of at er Jn od "MI CUAT EL REY" are being shown in all their splen
a ''l The champion went into' A h rockers n s .u are being shown in all thr
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