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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 2, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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i YOU LXIX: No. 287 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. THURSDAY DECEMBER 2, 1948 PRICE F1Y ciarn.




;;\\1 t j Communists Capture Suchow, FENNESSEAN GETS LIFE TERM IN GEORGIA I'Man Flown Here For \





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M Troops 'Within; JAYCEES TO ELECT

Ya ,<,r ;rX t.t It Diver In Dceonifirte&ifijyilhnniher On 1
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City COMMITTEE SHORTLY .. ..br Police In Chanticleer, Naval Resene "Yessel; 1

Maibnir Chiang KalMirk -
d I It Cx'c Was 250 Miles A J
I Still In Virginia; 'J Meeting Held Last I Berlin Ready Diving frIlV t

Oiiifcrr: ,.. In Critical 1 Council May Night; Club Atkcil To ( ; Theodore Stamaiis. 29. of StaleD Island diver emptayed ah .r4 _
I ; a salvage .vessel who was Stricken wills the bends y.iU rda+f. w. ,

JINNI| .AHMI| ChinaNANKING Defer Action Sponsor Boxing For ElectionTo flown to Key West last night and is undergoing Ueatm.M a* MM

Team In Contests USS Chanticleer. Naval rescue ship.
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.. Stamaiis will recover but he will have to remaia .in the 4eaw
Dec 2.-Cummunlat .e'er
headquarter broadcast today On Israel !I I The Jaycees at their weekly : lie On Duty SundayTo pression chamber until tomorrow afternoon when the p,....a ..**.
meeting at the clubhouse on t i reaches normal .according to Captain 0. S. VuDeraue. UU11. aed.
that the Red Army had captured .My TbrPARIS "..__.... "noa" J 1 I Flagler Avenue last night an- 1ia + Slop AnyCoiiiimumt ical corps of the Navy.

I i' Sue lNw. 200 Miles northwest of Dec 2.-It appeared, nounsed plans for a Xmas Bingo J Allenipt Captain VanDeraue. who Is in Key West makfac a ttlt.beo .J

i; this ....,.. today that the Security : Party on Dec. 15. A gala social J experimental diving tests which take the divers down to ...Ss ..4
Credeelee .U given to the report. of the United Nations Council'I'I and --... To Frustrate Election 420 feet said that the medical corpsmen aboard the C s./itleer sa
of fun
evening Bingo is
I beeatue neutral flyer reported action to admit the I guaranteed for all who wish to I (&:) Photo i Olrlhc. twMM-lat I'rr..) :i -e- handling 1M trrfitmaert-------- fill W.+

MM morning that com- rael into the UN membership :[attend. Prizes will be awarded TWENTY-ONE-YEAR-OLD SPENCE EDWARDS (right) from BERLIN, Dec 2.-German police f 1 rna tiJ.
i FORMER SICK ROY Tvehe looked. t4se. aat .... ..nd
MUnMt tmnpe were within oneBock A delegate from Australia said for all and small charge Murf;eesboro. Tenn.. is led out of the county jail at Swainsboor. in the western zones of Ber- t
games a 4-H HEALTH WIISISER U net ....... we ;
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.f Suehew. and that theywere that the future H. L. Youmans his trial for lin have been ordered ji jiI
I he thought political will be made for the party, Ga by Deputy Sheriff en route to to keep a .,. I first cuppwMaVVanDcraue. aoid c.r&-II':
rloxrwc. In on the city without of Israel should be settled before I' which will be held at the Jaycee murder. Shortly afterwards a Superior court jury at Swains- watchful eye to see that no com- '! w*.. a aelr-.1, 1 i.

opprat en I the country becomes a UN Clubhouse on Dec. 15, at 8;00p boor convicted Ihe Tennessean of killing Garland Fields an agentof munist attempt is made to try to i i the Experimental Di... u.., .a
1"269.000 Nationalist troops member. Reaching a decision the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. The jurors recommended frustrate the holding of the elec- j ? t ts Washington. He wea a .... i,,, .
m. mercy. and that automatically fixed the penally at life imprisonment without IIn4IMM. a1alM I II l .of :"
that ha4 been baaed in Suchow before that time, he added lion of city officials on Sunday. i
i' Once again this year the under Georgia law. 12 1 hours I .....a see ..." 1
detente of the
f..t the city began I would be unfair to both Jews Colonel Frank Hawley of the i
I Junior Chamber of Commercewill ___ ____ ___ __ ____ ____ 0' __ ACCOCTI p anyim Italic.. I..
that MBvtimnt yesterday tou- and Arabs.A sponsor the President's Ball American command asserted that 1( Key Wet ..n a c... O ar.t ,. R
and. NaMfciAtf Only stragglers delegate from Egypt wanted the Russian rump governmentin plane whM flew ..... SM ....It
.were .left tn Suchow. and they'probably ;' to know what was behind the I I in connection with the March of Cohen Is Held For S the Soviet zone is not.recognized from Cape Canaveral, w.. a s I. ,

I. have. joined up witheuatle.Iinit ) reason for haste in acting on Israel's I Dimes program. This function, I by the Germans in the west- low diver J.taw Cr'...,. P..
application for membership one of the top social attractionsin York City, wfco najakii f I.. I
I troop. West ern zones, and that any attemptto
'I Key during the entire Criminal Court Action aid. e
BeMdee. he Nationalist; troops. year again promises a most I stop the Sunday election will Cruefcy UW MM atar. ul I. .
thouaand of civilian are flee- enjoyable evening besides helping be dealt with summarily.lie Hive that m...y> !..ieat lat..1 i iStamatfc > i
lag fwra Suehow The road are I Lu Comdr. Tvedt t a great cause. Further detailsas Marge II. Lang *r explained that it will be i'r thai im..*.
Ie trammed with humanity aukwneOve to the ball will be announced. left to the German police to' "tamatic WM lira amiu ..1, 1
and other vehicles Now Attached later. I I Charges Coht"It' Tltrrw. f, Houser Is maintain i peace unless they salvage tnaaUr .t.Mal .... '>
move .....,. and many times Several of the members spoke!I Capt. should call for aid from the Stalwart. wtudt wa into ... ....
Have ta ...... about the forthcoming Golden' tier From Office, I American command. Colonel I lead from the lilt (tot** Vmu ..
But ether. thuu>ands of civil- At Boca Chica Gloves Boxing tournament to beheld Guest Of Rotary Hawley explained that the cle<;- British hip whtrh wa* la.v *.-
tan remained in Suchow A good in this city beginning Dec. I Itrcuking Her Hip I i lion is purely a German affair, by the German* eety m IX:
t many of them declared that they 10. The Club has been asked tot, I and that he thought the Germans said Cn by"StamaUa.
Commander Joseph Max Cohen of
Lieutenant the
operator Club At Noon
would fare well under theirommunteU and would be able to handle the r ...
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as Arnold Tvedt, U. S. Navy, re- sponsor an entry plans were 1 .* .) stt t e
as they had under J) to AntiSubmarine made to contact a local boy South Beach Motet was held under situation. hours and 3t...a liMr w..
the NjI........... who imposed; |cently Development reported Squadron One whom the Jaycees would back. :' $1.000 bond for Criminal Captain Howard A. Houser, wor MK I L .. .....
heavy bu ta ft. Boca Chica Field for!!lit I was Jelt that this Golden I Court yesterday following a pre-. USN former commander of the ()( ft -iI ,..,.. .
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1;I Tw transports crowded with I Irf. yI duty" Involving flyuag- gloves_exiubtttoa.w&uld give: luninnry 1 "hearing -before P act!' Key.West! N yat-'Ba .who is lit i-eltili.erll"'r i many .I. ....
.|n't ct r U W American'officiate I. the of MrTErrck: Key' West 'a great'deal more Key West on an official visit I I u an 100 gonad hr awl. ,I
h lie t b*
tyi Justice Hamlin charges j At 7:3D A.M.. EST
In 5hana "'*. arrived today in 1) Walen of SUverton, ,Ore. Mrs. publicity besides being fine Roy on was a guest of the Rotary Club presumed Stamatv over 0')0' ,. f.
U...... Aid.. the for of assault and battery. i I ( Photo
transport are ,Tvedt is the daughter 'of Mrs.;> sportsman training any boy. at the noon luncheon in St. I himself S'
nliMaing for another trip. They Leila R. Ogden of 117 Westwood An election for the newly con- The charges were filed agam&tCohen Paul's Church Parish Hall today. i Station- Temp. j jI I I, JIMMY PRITCHETT (above). 'When SUmalM ramu(> f. .' t !<
affil. ImnA at N. nking, where several I Road Asheville,: N. C. I stituted House Committee will by Miss Marge H Lang. Captain Houser who was I I Augusta .__ 46 16. of Stone Mountain. Ga. bat his dive. I ianmadaaerly MI.* j|
hundred Americana: are Tvedts with their two I be held next Wednesday at the 800 Catherine -sticet, who alleged, made an honorary member of the Billings . ..... 391 t I down. I was *wwn atmut '. ,t'I
The ,
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I ..*.ana to be evacuated.: children. Joseph A. Jr., born : culbhouse A manager, an as- that she was thrown from the; local Rotary Club while here I Birmingham ._ .- I successfully overcomean f..r- hour and rame uf hmaitu t" j.
Washington. reported today : born : sistant manager and a secretary > South Beach Motel office I did not speak, but was simply i, Bismark ,i.. ,- _- 21''> attack of undulant weather was lurfcM tip >I. t
I I Mat Madame Chiang Kal-Shek is.I .June 21. 1944 and residing Leila at 525 treasurer will be chosen. A Boardof I Cohen and that she fell on a side byj introduced by Earl Adams and j I Boston ._. .=_ ____.__ = .: = 35 I([ and on Tuesday he won a blue swells. When ee. to II- 'to.. K ;
j I temaintng in the Marshall quar-'II Caroline May 8. 1946 street are I Governors will also be selected {i walk and broke her hip. Edwin Trevor, past president of : Buffalo _. u : -- 28 i!1 ribbon prize in the National I of the Stalwart 1 aw ........1. ;
I I tees in Lrrburg. Va, and has note I I LCDR Tvedt who was graduated -j to advise the officers of the 1 1'new Miss Lang appeared at the the club who served as president'I Charleston =..:::-=:. __: :: : 481 i 4-H Club Health contest at the eating hM lunch '

I I .ten A ated1 when she will call on'' from WildrobC. North Dakota. Jaycee Club of Key West hearing with crutches. She said I'i during the absence from the city j Chicago ._______ ___.. 30I I 27th National 4-H Congress in t "Then he hf, government officials in efforts.j School in 1934 and from the : Inc. All members are urged; tot she had with W. L. of Aquilino Lopez, Jr. Corpus Christi .___ 55;1 Chicago. After his own illness. about feeling ptMM m h.. ,K> '. 1
.. get further aid for China.} University High of North Dakota in t attend next week's meeting J Jj Young, clerk an argument in the Motel who; Also guest of the culb today II Denver .._. '- .... 271!| he became a leader in promote I legs and arms TWn he alert.i I .:
Chine AmbaMMdor Wellington 1939. and who received in 1947, I j Chester Knowles reported on rented a home from the woman.:.: was Charles Morrison, 15, win- Detroit ::::..-._:: :=. .- ._ -- .32 1 i ling better public health in his I out on the ......*!! taM.. Jiv1 I., |
K.n. said that conditions in Chinaare while in the Navy a Masters Degree the successful Civic Drama Guild i She said Cohen grabbed her by ner of the contest "I Speak for j I I El Paso .. -. 34Ft. home community. began having t< "critical." and that time is in Aeronautical Engineering ) production: of "John Loves'I the arm and threw her from the;'Democracy;* conducted by the :, Worth _. __ 52 I "We immealiateiy" ......-<< I..
".*... vitl" for action to save I the California Instituteof i j Mary.' Everyone was very 'Key West Junior Chamber of Galveston .. 63 Jacksonville to the Cam (.ill' I
from ;
Chjma for Nationalists.. But I Technology, entered the Davy I pleased with the play and Mr. ; office.Attorneys William V. Albury:i: Commerce. Young Morrison read': .Tlck."Onville 67I Fine Hooks') 8180 I Station Then we were ra.I." Ito
gfsev.l l Washington disclosed noim I I 1940 receiving his I Knowles expects the other two 1i 1 It the essay by which he was declared I Kansas City 43 .' Miami, where they fimUlt .,'
..t>nat. ...n tu be in hurry to dis- in September and a commission as i I plays to draw well here. Season I Ij i and Enrique quinalclo, Jr.. who winner of the contckt. : KEY WEST 67 'For I II an airplane to Cafe Canavtt.1I.
Navy wings for Miss Lang. said
..... the Chine' situation. It was June 1941 at Pensacola. tickets for the next two plays appeared Other guests of the club were Key West Airport 69 !Attacking It look IM a bud. time b art S' .
Ensign
in j
there several witnesses to
y.ni>UM tout that C'Ofwhich served 24 montiis of may 09 obtained from Robert. were : Captain Albert Le Clerc USA, Los Angeles 51: nw tu. ab.rd thrwe aitplwr I...,
i. m a mtM"al l mad regardingChina. overseas Having duty in Brazil French t Dopp at the Columbia Laundryfor the offense They introduced the I 11 'I captain in the Ordinance Depart- Louisville 3:1: 1 I I Police OfficersW. ( made it .. .....
will net meet till next Morocco. and the Pacific Area $4.SO for those who do not witnesses.witness.Captain Young. was only j I ment, who just recently returned Meridian 3:: Then, knnwmaj Nie N.vttccumpnaartno 1a
m..nth Many members of con- he has been awarded the Air have them defense '! from Germany, and Edward Miami 67 :i: M Honks a Navy, cnlisied'l i| cfcamavt .m KWe .
.reaa have averted that condi- I R. Golst Johnstown, Pa. and Joe 26i .t we .......rf. We tV, .
Unit Commendation Minneapolis
who
Medal. Navy man allegedly as.vatilt
unstable I Hunter of Coral Gables. : I :250 milv aid waved >....>
twins in China are too Hoiiscr '' ,
American Defense Service Bus i Memphis 36 three policemen his :
Case : following arrest .
for. this country to advance any i Against '12:45 p. m fort BJNlht. W. 1 I..,
Area Campaign i New Orleans 52i
Medal. American two w-tks ago. was fined jj .
floor' muney' to try tu bolster I Medal EuropeanAfricanMiddleEastern i I Visits West' I Errol C. Sawyer i i New York 32 total of $100:; and costs whrn h<<<' ; at Pisa Chan Need AnambulfM I.
Chaos a enm>w'"y or military Area Campaign Medal, 1 Driver Dismissed I Key : Norfolk 33 was arraigned yc-tcrday' before!' whforp S4.m.ila wlw pIsrv.l
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.trurtwre) Asiatic-Pacific Area Campaign : Ii i I Ii r I' Oklahoma City ... _-- 45 Judge Hilary Albury in Municipal hr. Hie I MI u.
I Medal World War II Victory i Judge Hilary Albury yesterday,! Captain Harold A. Rouse, 'I Has Heart Attack Omaha 26 Court Naval" l mtw Ma4MSt .. Itr
was dared "
Federal Medal and Philippine Libera- dismissed the charges against USN, former commander of Key I Pensacola .. .. .. 56 Sergeant;: II 15 Coykin and .. .. riiamher ..
( [ Budget[ Errol V. Hivpr *on I I">
I II I tion Ribbon. I Thomas Johnson, a driver for the West Naval Base. flew into the | Building Inspector Pittsburgh . ...... 2S Patrolman Gabriel Laaot.rt'5.oo I m."n.The >.. ,
Prior to reporting to his 'present I Key We>t Transit Company who city from Miami late yesterdayand | Sawyer was stricken office of by Dr.a heart Her- Roanoke . _.. . 27SL Julius Hernandez.id how they 1 27 you....pleasure r.. whtrh wa w .y*."'". .
!In'' 1919 Likely I duty station, LCDR Tvedt : was charged with nearly causing is making a general inspection -| attack in the this and Louis 32 fretted Hooks at Duval and same a* it wa W tori hrl>msurface t. ,
wis employed in the Mainte- an accident to No 3 Fire Engine., for the judge advocate's of- man K. Moore morning San Antonio 45; Greene streets and told how he I when magnate M ..
To Be I nance Division of the Bureau of II Firemen from No. 3 Station fice of the administration of Na- was rushed to Monroe Funeral County Seattle Un .._____. ._.._ .___.- 44 attacked them as they were taking felted with Hoe fcm* Th.' i> .
Higher Aeronautics, Navy Department, testified that Johnson stopped his: val justice in the Key West area: Hospital ambulance.in a Pritchard ; Tallahassee 57 him to jail. ,I' ore will ........y he a>-< i>
Washington, D. CAmberjack. I II Just Home Hooks the I last two weeks,
bus at William and Southard a year aeo today Captain there Tampa 66 spent until H la the aeaw a* It. ".
... t b. "_... PWMI I streets and caused the fire truck. C. C. AdelL USN relieved Cap- I This afternoon, while Washington 2320SHOPPING undergoing i \ utmt-nt. in Naval outaideAlso -
\SHINCTON Dee 2.-Jamei to swerve. The; t-'n Ho.o '<>r as commander of was no official report as to his Hospital a*. ,exult, cat f tin 'beating ( .. .
Claaitx
On j with siren going said at the hos- on hnawd the
condition, it
r Wehh director of the federal : bus was driven up on the sidewalk the Key West Naval Base. Cap-I was fair shape he got trom the p.I icemen ronimaixter G G *....... 101
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that ,
wdget at s that the govern- tain Houser had been here for 'pital was in --- -- .. ... ., .
| : made to lo- I USN. who w ". IBI .1. .
>te.*.t will .peed.. mare the next Way' Back Here Johnson testified he failed to several months and was very cate Efforts Mrs are Sawyer.being She is drivingto -.orno.-_ ,. the<< rxpernneab. ..... .4I, K.
IIM.I than it" pending | popular when here t .....
year : hear the sirens blowing. Houston. Texas.. and an attempt West Cimt.r.abe .. irxplsaeod I
tu. ing thai MteHe Captain Houser is connectedwith that the am mud. w t that, by the end According to latest word at t | the Judge Advocate's Office (I to intercept her and too tht Chaerttetevr .
1 wa .so 's.I.
,4 the ftoial yer the govern Key West Naval Base. the submarine Ho ward' Gilmore j of the U S. Navy at Wash- tell her to come .back to Key BRADY'SPoultry a depth .rf .. hot g

nmt wiH have spent during this the USS Amberjack ington. j West is being madeUPSON The divert make h>_ .,t" .
.. ...ri, $42 billion. which has been on Atlantic: Fleet t" --- ,
(w..w Hut. tie.}r pred.tted m that next maneuvers and undergoing repairs -I. Returns Dec. 20 : .........................1- and tHH MheMarMMa>> I. so .a'aioe have' hal.h W,..II"n

.. rapsi dm res will exceed is due to return to local I 1 1I : Palace TheaterCHARLES Eggs I Inalh'r vir .breathe w IAty .an I ...
shut ......-'. and the reason for Naval Station December 11 The big submarine tender the BOARD lit that rivftth. ... thr N.\ '.
STARRETT end
best ....iim.** M beraute of the The date is tentative, and may'iUSS I Howard Gilmore, which); DAYS .4 iitmtonalM. "! ht4iuni' ,.. .
act ...- u> t,e pent for defense. later be changed. t has been absent from Key Wen,i SMILEY BURNETTE inVhirl'ilHl STRUJNK LUMBER YARItI vipn whic-h riMtbir ttwuin 'a
,ill. ,..,...... Ptaa interest on ,1 I for several months is expected "\ Raiders"News I TELEPHONE 816 H..i..1 F'r. cr,., funt-tinn marl l t>...n .' .
Veterans' Plloxs 1M, and Serial | i
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debt 1 berth at the I
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ALL AIRLINES at the Naval Base. j ji Rone RO*|Iera HURRICANE

TIIK: GltI.ATESTttiiiIiIIAN; : : i The Gilmore. which carries a \ REGULAR MEETING B.P.O.E. 55\
of officers and men We Invite You To Compare
: & : DISH) PRICE TOURS has large been crew undergoing: an overhaulI PRIZES Rummage Sale&

That rto.Ma. rr.vii4.r that li ell ri..as ./. _I\ the Philadelphia Navy Yard Thursday, December 2nd, 8 P. M. Sponsored by; Catholic Daughters Quality aDd
.... rust Ck.k. .1 the LadlesiTCAKI of America-Holy Name Sponsored by Jr. W..... u.
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TASTY STEAKI' WHCRET&r MIAMI KEY WEST 'FOR I SALGood El FOR SALE! PLANS for CHARITY BALL Soc. St TONIGHT Vincent de Paul atHOO Soc. nunIn.) ... I IA

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I &.r.:1:'*AtMA.%. .:: ..rb4e.b.. Msag'WprIN The propaganda_ peace offensive of Reindeer .. Be Happy! 'D

! ....." .. 'Wa"TtIe ..1...A.t$1dgs. trs.tS the Soviet Union is very dangerous according .:. .

,. "'1, JI5--..-....r...I..,K,. .r \'r.a'' $4a. to Secretary of State George C. STOCKHOLM(A'-A> -* rein. LONDON-.<;F,) -Marriage going 4J BY EMILY
deer-herd, of about 3.0Q0animals u N.v.faafwoo
j es ..... ......... aa ..*.*. c1_ lIIatt.r Marshall, who says that it is designed to I was recently scattered by wolvesin J on the rocks because you I -.JI - -
_: have to live with in-Iaws1 .. '" and lyd4.ieN... .. .._! .
__ THIS A OCI%TEO FHESSs desire of the the northernmost part of Lapland your WINTERS cam In
MI .1" play the general people 1\'
< ia ls. .*... t* rt..sl..ly .Btltl 4 to upon in Sweden far above the I Then swap with another couple against tb.* door. mual he ID.t
I Jaw > > .... ft sM ..... 4.paIb.. C"c1"M for' and that its real is to Arctic circle. j' and live with their in-laws. n O voice was sharp above the .-, tlt'e ..t I Im.t.l7
......... ,t.dW.4 lo t'o paper. a.d peace purpose I l% ,.... t'.t I'
.. _I 0.s ........ ....... After the attacks the Lapps Ninety-six young couples at suburban W1d .. ..O'e Smck
1 !! weaken the position of the United States.In who are dependent for their liveson 1 Hendon say it works.They're Ing. wanna see if this Is a dance was 10! _

II I BIBtMirriOV_ HATE_. -. __.*___111." his first press"' conference since the the reindeer could only assemble doing it until they can I "I : 1 think itJa.-,had not only
i _.un_ ___._ .... 400 of the frightened ani I find homes of their own. -.- clear Daisy )"
.. _. ___ __ __- -- a.Lao". United Nations General Assembly session mals. Many had been killed or This way says W. F. Gow, of I nowH t in to but keep was Miss now Garden blocking..out 1 "I .4..

_. L_ _n" ._.._.__ ..Ii't opened. General Marshall made a numberof wounded, and the. others had run the local housing committee told / threw back his sleek, dark to -
.uiNTIu liliES away in alarm. It will be hard which organized the exchange You and laughed.
especially about the
MallIa __. so Api wotkS observations work for the Laps on their skis to everybody's happier. Young couples in the way Daisy.

....:....L 'uT.re operations of the European Recovery Plan. bring them together again. feel they're "independent you on over. and have a ring .. y"a.

s.._.. .pis .f ikalki. rnot.Uo.aIt This has made far greater pro- About 40 wolves are believedto tenants" instead of "being in the seat ..
program
oLe, will b. hunt in this region. way" have fewer domestic tiffs I do that. ".,...... .
;::; Il..ar'I During that
*. left the door so 'fast .. .
the Secretary
than realized.
fully For .
gress says through mothers-in-law .- yro'T.tfi
this they have killed between butting
IB* mm* nlmmt by cb>rck s fromM year Miss Garden almost .ttsR!
,.._ I0.. Or!*.* ara t rents a I In*. : of State. Its success is indicated according 500 and 600 reindeer. in. and take better care of the ping the where -she
... ElibS.S is a. .500 fr M Lad imtte. 410.0S t into room MWf b. .... :>
_. ol ..... ...... %a>4 ........... of local or to the Secretary by the violent furniture. angrily. ...,.... .r ..
......._ .:- ..., it .|t| sot .....IUh ....rraous opposition couldn't keep her out Mr to -- : .. .
of the Eastern Bloc. Radio Programs Subscribe To The Citizen. gotten Rea'1& : c =:....

Secretary Marshall insisted again that ; I all right I want you to (.01I ... .. .,
By The Associated Press Miss Meeghan dance too "fA ..
the efforts of the United States to pro. LEGALS Joe was taught by an old lady oo 'C? -. ...

mote recovery had been animated by a I the fat" to move. Go ahea at I4iStle, ih' -........ hgsLm
MEMBER desire not to stand still while the world Sl cttd pr.gram .s listtd b.l le." KI.K\K. >TII Jl 1)11'll. Illfl IT after pianist smiled wearily. All r- ;= r111't.mh ..
arc" broadcast at the same tim.Monday l> "MI lOu WO Ml UK <'OI"\T", girlie." "
disintegrated. Based on the realizationthat through Friday. Tim i I.attrn TTK: nt' ." .0111.,,. IN lll.'>- at what Mrs. Monahan .
."n...... For c.ntr.1 st0500rO sub.trct f'.:11'. was ...... ....... .. en.ydidn'L
the European War had created what sno bour; f.r mountais .t..... race Xw. II-_::%. to say. Without meaning to iIs.. evorDsiay ........r..
amounted to economic and political vac- ardtwo.urs.! Orin Sydney 8mll PlaIntiff*>'. "It everybody to dance., ready She was to burst furi ..... ...... .... ...... .I...
ch.nd. he'i ouad .ntly.
uum in Europe and knowing that until TB. Pale \OllfK. ACTIONCollren come tears but she danced. She ; .. ..
NOV. 29 THROUGH DEC. 3 Smii.y.Defendant. old too
FOB xrr WEST lady
assure defending an .
I ADVOCATED BT THE CIT1ZUIt. : this vacuum was filled it would be impossible M.r.lagOOffoneymon on it KII OK pi ni.irTioNTO you move, defending her from I ".1 I'told. Jrls Y' ....iaE 1Irftof....-,. iIN. "

to reach agreements with t: la N. T.-obo : i-.iirn I>aTe Smiley, stage theatrical scorn. She was ....1' ',..en
any- Breakfast Clubsb.5:15.Barnyard. 73C Cofftn Street, for Mrs. Monahan not I Roy .goI i. 'II

I liar Hotel aad Aptrtmeat !stability' beyond the paper on which they ,Folllea-cbaf .. You Uaterlnwn.are hereby N. Y.required to app..ar She at alL She what didn't they look IftOh'pi--.th-'WI. ...y......want lit- N.Mnusalie '"

I :. BMcJ ad Rjthlrtc P Tllion.I. were written the Secretary who origi- 'I' .30 Bob-Th Pool Cle Show landalra-mba nb. divorce.to the In the Kill above of Complaint styled cause for tall The or melody care and rhythm: ..a ... t'ot ....i ;.
10-00-Fred Warlnf Show-ebo on the Uth day of and she danced' hill hand .....u' v.1y 1
and Sea. IIf'e..mb..r. A. 1) changed
AirportsTiM
nated the Plan that it aims to attaina
I says I' llusio for You-cba 1'fl. othrrwUc the allegation; spinning about as lee I w.M JW .. .... tar t
I (. Cnaaottditlon of County and position where the United States can My Story Drama,-abe therein will l be taken as C'fUlr..d. in ; faster in Mrs. Monahan's nar PIMM help! sf-If yw* ..'tsomething ts ;.
City Cortnuac&ti. 10:30-Hour of Serial*-n*. This order to l>. published oncea his else mast 4u "
stand in security and safety under condi- Tb. Godfrey Hour-cba week for four <..n..utlvef weeks his living room. worsV jwej ;>
I CoouDuaity, Auditortum. Say It with Music-nob* In The Key Vent Cltfzrn a new..paper who music ended neatly with The lasS w-i a .5.appeaL
tions that make possible continual econ- 11:00-Kay Kyser Show-aba publlvhed In Key"e..t.. Florida. There was a dead silenee Itq jlanal. up fiu"Let
li:45-Serial* (3% bra.)-cba In.ne and Ordered thin l Itll day half broken by Roy's quick Roy go art h..
omic improvement in Europe. I nt November A. l It. 1)48SKAI. !. to : "That swelL, It Iff'. hale JTWSJT (tab if_t'... *
Aft.,.... ., was .
( ROM? ( SA WYIR.. tically
Referring to the formation of a North i 1Z:00-W.tcoma: TranlerabeKata Clerk of the Circuit Court. Daisy's snort of contempt' Hex lot M, rsHajM- o..* i
Smith lIalf.Mour-mba 11 on roe eount). Florida. the spell of the wild Irwh and faUiljT I I UftnM* .hen owt art
MONOCItAIIIJ.iiiir.I.tt
Atlantic defense pact whereby Great i 12.30-Worda and Music-nboBUI Uy: Kathleen Nottacre.Iteputy "I Daisy nose was in the air room. Roy's pajla? I*.. a.a V
Slater at Luncb-mb C'lrrk at skunk had into the as he.. fat i MsBMsli. *
Puller Warren a gotten
Britain France Belgium the Netherlands THOMAS: ,
H.no.
1.00-Music Hair Uoui -uba -111 f be JMMT. to .. tar ,
I ......... Florida and Luxembourg, together with the Unit- 1:15-Happy Gang-mba Solicitor for the nov.II-18-Plaintiff.%); _.%,"4t.IV the you call that a routine" if I ran help at $,- :
II:: .. ., 2.-00: -Doubl* or Nothing-nbeBrcaktast not crushed out the cigarette Ru LUsethouMM.... MSB.! rlavjpM. Ins
: ".... : ed States and Canada would establish a In Hollywood. -. -...* rrmlmMilor
Tin Clllf tIT (01 HT Of TIfF The was almost burning his ftn-
IAe Oliver) Twist almost every system of mutual defense against Russia S.30 Queen-Sorlali for for a D.y-mb.IH bra.-aba I.\'TII: Jl IHI"I.tl. <'IHTI ITOP ferred His eyes were shining She ard fur ',)\1. and fries >
Till !1TTK OK FI.OHIUt.IN un H.I. e'rgh.in... gs I
........s apartment is asking for Secretary Marshall pointed out that talks The Bride Hop and Groom Chest--mba a bo .IN"M,' .''0 It' MOMIOK. tot T'- to voice was quiet thought- : thing ..he .k- fSnyder -.. ..of un.tIit.iat. '
( llt\ KHV.fmmf:
tI
--.e... Wt ynjr campaign pledge was thus far have been only' exploratory. He. S:-00-Ladies B. Seated-aba \.. 1I-42X. ? No Daisy. We're all .c 1# "- I.. '
: Red Benson Show-mba RIChARD UATRKl 1lsJRFPlaintiff. :, which of routines. That was mc.c-'I I T. fN ...U..edi f fI
.... i..*.r. tax*." How is that going toM assumed that more definite discussions S:30: -TbA House Party-cba -
Barn Dane Show-mba YII. ni\onrK
(? would take place in the future.It 4:00--Hint Hunt Quls-cb. '"In'Uxl.'AnIE. ; JIOORB,

S TilE ORACLE is definitely known that the five nations 4.30 Second-Winner Honeymoon Tak AH--*cba bo OllltKII OK Defendant PI UI.ICtTlOV' ; ; I Presents. Treasurf
8 00 TO: VIrginia Iarl.Inore.. I -* Waa6ava\af *<.'.* a-'v.Ba.BT .MaV
of Western : -Treasury Band-cb* Key
Europe expect some as-
Kiddies Hour (west repeats 1 hr. 73 Varnum Street ICitation to Leaionnaires'_
sistence in rearmament large scale later-abc and mba Arlington.lall..aC'hu..ttll.. -
on a
You ---
4c- are hereby required to appear -

FAR, FAR AWAY but Secretary Marshall thinks it wouldbe against to the you Bill in Ihe for above IHvorc styled filed 1 I
NETWORK PROGRAMS cause on or before the llth day'of
great misfortune if such rearmament
a December, A. l ItS4X.. otherwise. 1 the AS
:
'\"h' practically every Florida de- makes it to curtail the Time. il eastern at.nd.rll. Force" alleKationn contained therein will OF
necessary recovery tra standard subtract one hou. formo.nta.n be taken a.. mnfeanedDone .

.....I1..t Mktag for more maintenance or program. He thinks that a considerable houri. Some standard local stations subtract change two and Ordered at Key Went.. .
hour of relay. to tit local schedules. Florida thin 10th day of November.A WUUlIII
_
the coming two proportion of rearmament can be carriedout Last minute program changes can I' 1548.
for
p.rssnal
money not be included. (Circuit CourtSeal The

,..M. G.v.rnor.Eect! Fuller Warren is if the five nations'are supplied from Clerk floss i.f Circuit C Sawyer('....rl. :

I I b4 wfch a hard task to keep within his military stocks left over to this country THURSDAY DECEMBER 2 fly': (ml) Anne C Deputy Ix.njtworth.. Clerk. lished

; ..1jkalgfI. pledge of "no new taxes." after the war.' This would involve no expenditure Evening Enrique Altornt-quinaldn.for I'lalntlff. Jr. to I'I

TK forestry department is the latest other than that for transportation :00 Newscast-Newa Report Every IS Day Mln-cba.-nbo nov.ll182J.derX.194l.IN ; port j

...:..Jt ..;..k a hike in appropriations for 1949 and handling.The Network tOddies Hour Silent(repeat Hour-)..,abc.ast abowest Till IMCt IT COURT OP THKii I I
Secretary of State made it clear Network Silent (I or.)-mba-east : ..:\ KNTII .I1-IHC',.. tlltcl'lTIF' in Key : |
$19M. IU I is for an 'Increase of Kiddies Hour (repeatmba.weot6:15Sporta )
,.. request ( TIll !1T4TK OK KIX>HIII4. INNII way, !
that the Western powers are determinedto : lluslo Tims-aba -*' .'01110"no.: (01'NT' )'. with
.1 1 .mutton. 300 thousand.
You and Man-tag*-cbs IN < IIN('Kill.
The UftlrerMty of Florida and the Flo- go ahead with the air lift to Berlin as ':.45-Newscast by Three-nboLowell <'._ N.. 11-624.: uled ,
Thomas (repeat 11)-cba JOHN IIKNUV: l.lTTMKIt

L4 Steto University are asking for moreXltCss long as it is necessary and that the United T.OO-Supper* Beulah Club Skit--nbc-ba cbs IaTb v.. Plaintiff. .\nitrK

IIS million additional for the same States is taking steps to increase the News and Commentary-aba JOSEPHINE MARY HITTMER.IWOnHant. turned :
Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs
fMMtni. sad the incoming state superin- size of the Greek. Army with the aim of 7:15-News and Comment-nbo OIIIIKH OP PI HI.IC4TIONTO Frank aa'D"
Jack Smith ShowcbsDaily : Joiiefihine Mary .ltIttmcrCl. all
S 10gl..).t ..( public instruction says the pub- establishing a replacement pool that will Commeatary-aba .. General DelIvery
... .
Dinner Date-mbs Mount Vernon IIlinol..u
Sir sBrrMMtfc. wttl 1 need an additional $12 mil- give leaves to some of.the Greek fightingmen 7:30-Van Damme Quintet-nbe ,-.. are hereby required to apI..ar not
Bob Crosby Club-cba to the KII] for Divorce filed
and the demobilization
permit of
.. fs r the two-year period. Theater USA-abcNews against you in the above styled

I And M it gften, with no end in sight\ some of the older men. He did not touchon 7.45: -Haxkness Comment Comment-mbs -nbo cause I DeoemlK-r on ,or A.before If. U4 the*. otherwl.e 13th. i day Iheallegation of Dr.

: U nl. H. ... l Of the question of additional aid for News Broadcast-cbs: : contained. therein will
the
> ir. .wm. course requests Sports Comment-mbs I.. taken ax ...nf....,. ; a. W.. pared down considerably or even China, the dispute with the French Gov- 8.00: -Henry Aldrich Skit-Bbc iH.ne and Ordered at Key ,West States
K B.I. in Peace and War-cbs Florida thin Huh day of November. I
; tibS1rafly. iHit if increases! are granted ernment over t"e future of the. Ruhr the Abbott &; Costello-abc A.<' D' I! 4Sir rived
:same of Sons Quix-mbs < < uit C'.mrls..al on
up
: IMe the millions for the various question of Trieste and the former Italian 8-30: -Burns & Allen- be ) Clerk Ron of Circuit. C Sawyer Court, ate
Mr. Keen's Drama-cbs
....41fli.Nik. the state will be unable to colonies or the situation in Palestine. .10 Stafford/ Show-abo Ky: (nd) Anne C. L.ongworth : .
Better Half Quiztabs5S5GeO. r"'putyeluk.P.nrhu. if
li4. ,.... under the present tax structure. Hicks ResortsabOHyGardner ... Ksqiiinaldn JrAttornet ing
for Plaintiff here
Says-mbs
--- H ....t My that efforts should be MAN HARDLY KNOWS HIMSELF 9:00: -Al Olson Show-nbe nov.lI-18-25.:>:.I..C'.tlU.i which _

....... .. rttt down taxes or at least to keep Personal Suspense Dramas Autographs-cbs abe '\OTlElHF' INTKNTION' TO MIKE low I

tfc.*>"m fr..ffi advancing, it is pointed out that Optimists among those scientifically- 9:15 Gabriel-News Heatter Broadcast Con.meat-mll.-mbs .4PPI.M"III"C'II'4TION Itca KOIt:. KIN.'1..

inclined tell that before long the studyof 30 Dot Lamour Show-nbo (1'.......... .Law 1,JJ)
""n.a.. .is grwhig, rapidly and needs addi- us : Crlm- Photographer-cb* I.sort.. ., the < ouBtr J.*.... M.Br ing <<
ti4 money. to promote its growth. ButINJt sun-spots upper ozone and stratospherewill My Mysterious Job Is \lanbaU.Dbo Traveler-robs !..e Probate.In ....,.. !Htair' ml plttridB. house

that view in a fact that nobody can enable man to forecast the weather .:!55-News for 6 Minutes mba re the. K,tat.. of
\D4 1-; KOKKRTS.Itereaxed.
....... the people of Florida are now years in advance. 10.00 J. The Hilton Screen Playhouse Guild--cba nbo City

..Af) .N onerous tax burden which not We admit this will be valuable and Chad's The Thin World Man--abo mbs To: Allhom H... i.. herebv It May ConcernNot given : that a plan -

__ apirtii-ii. to the Mate's collection buts that it indicates the progress man is mak- 10:30-Fred First Mghter Waring 1'Iay-cb.Music nbo I>)'kex Administrator O Turner filed of his the final estate report city \ (4 -

... ..f.. to the made cit- ing in conquering nature which being interpreted \\e' Car Drama-*bo of Add I-:. UolxTts, dereaned. that
M. 11ft payment to Dane Music-mba he filed his petition for final di- n, FIA-Retiria c.annandn iSaca (1. .1 ..f e' AiMW..
..s -I f'IItVttti"' and the federal go'el'lltWty means understanding natural 10.45-News Broadcast-abo charge the Honorable, and that Raymond be will R.apply Lord to The in(right) ftt'ft.ft d&at.... fra..' ***Tr .'fare .< ,htJ 1..moOt-y i... _.
cbs ) acknowledgment .r iegi.. ,u. .. dc .
11:00-Xe.. Variety. I bra.- Conntv pa us t sos-rn '
..... processes. News and Dane Band_bc Judge.. of Monroe County, Moods. ogram as, arlMad .( rsas0ima
Florida n the 7th day of December to Increase tawt
.. ..... News. Dane Band S hismba1I:15N.ws i 41.! ,..r,approval of same and The nlllDber ONeii'pUtaly ... 5'.s4 i
and Iww HuV
There Legionnaire
A m*.. say he I is earning $5,000 is one field of study however, &; Variety to 1-nbo for final discharge as administrator -
the -MJT.trt
f" which the human 12:00-Dancing Cot1nedabc.WcItTODAY'S of the state of Ada K: Robert, iws.r .i0.' helping, u maln'' ?
| i.4e amwally. or more than either average being seems to deceasedlisted ance .rta I. ILsur- (...tllllll1l ..*,, .... |.:::::a:

Win MI* HT r -
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-' Vs*. .*j.. ilWttfted from his! earnings he and controlling the complex organismthat ANNIVERSARIES Adminixtrator t.\"K F.S TI'RNER...f the estate. of Mrs. .... ..........................

C2I4.WBM IbM.. the net falls far below the is himself. (Know America) .\da K Robert*.
merly
-fI\Ma. .s..mrtH. ..e i more than 50 percent if There is no use in becoming discour- 1738- Richard Montgomery I .l
.kiMtliM4'. {IS in the higher brackets.Hmvor. \ eged however. Only a few men and women American soldier who fell lead- IN TIll: fIllet IT CO I HT OK THK I I FOR
the American SALE
.- the tax situation that facess.rl4I.r4fhtt in the world grapple with the secretsof ing in Revolution,attack born on in Quebec Ire--' K.I.K\' "Nil KNTII KOIl Jl MONKOK IIK'III. COl Tim''NT1.I ITIN Mr. i I

Warren also" faces every nature although their discoveries are land. Died Dec. 31. 1775. I iTTK('II:"OK N.('.;KI.OfillM.IN n,. I

*.tHr *Vfnw in the Union. Reduction in acclaimed as the product of all men. Thereare 1760 John Breckmridge Kentucky's 4 .%. ,... II4W4.Elmer !
famous statesman, U. S. Si It enter orsett.. terday. I I
**5!** "***** **me to paM at some time some occasionally who undertake the senator and attorney general I vs. \OKCt Plaintiff: ACTION '!t WhiteNEWSPRINT 4 I

:1.,.. *. *Mot ***n* seems to be far far away. study of man and find out things about born in Staunton Va. Died Dec. I I 1 Ruth Mae Jane I".ndant.I I>or..ett.. I

him although the discoveries are not always 14,1816 1806. (I OKIIKIl OK PI III.ICATION I j'
--Mary Mortimer teacher 1 TO:
: ; ........: An flat as a newspaper re- hailed with glee. pioneer in higher education for I i ieneral Ruth Mae Delivery Jane.. ",Dorsett I sophist j j

? r wht. HWA. Individuals in Key West who are women, first head of what today i Yorktown.. Virginia. er
is the Milwaukee-Downer College Ruth Mae Jane Imrsett. have
anxiously seeking to ascertain what busi- born in England. Died July I Central Deli\er\.. I

:.. .I..... ii' y Hir own affair. You can make I ness will do, or what will happen several 14, 1877. I I ackeirKinia You are hereby required to appear The 500 .

RiIIIIII.4movt anything you wish, if you will I years hence, might devote some of their 1831-Francis H. Peloubet, no- IMvorce to in the the Bill above of Complaint styled cause for ',lic, in : Sheets :
.. k. ted Congregational clergyman, on the ixth day of December A. D1S4S tral It 25e
c.",. energy to acquiring an elementary under- .
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editor and author, born in New otherwise. the allegationstherein I t 81/2x11.
i I
will be taken a* eonfes.ed.This .
standing of themselves. As a start in the York. Died March 27, 1920. Order i I. to be published :
r. .. the living sounds I 1832-John Carbutt, American 1 once a week for four consecutivet cotton
fi>r very good regulation of mundane affairs, they might in photography lantern t ..eek in The Key We..t (Citizen a I .

fa tit* l hHhrMial praised and especially begin by mastering their own natures and pioneer slide maker born in England. .!! Florida newspaper published in Key West. I I THE .

I ;-.w. H..t-.ftd else. directing their own lives.If Died in Philadelphia July 26, 1 I Done. and. Ordered. this 17th day f :
of November. A. D 1X8 ture
I anybody gets through with this 1905. (Seal I) ROSS C SAWYER. A.rtman
job 1840 -Franklin L. Pope famed Clerk of the Circuit i Court, I II f Press : I It
....,t, of purpose i I.* not a sufficient before the summer of 1949 arrives the i electrician and inventor, popular Monroe County Florida
Florence K.
J It) : Sawyer
vqilse fw dumb intelligence! that works editor will be glad to .announce the second writer on the subjct. born at Deputy Clerk. : Phone \ BUILDING I
I Great Barrington Mass Died THOMAS S. (" t + PHONE SI\ I
-J0r.e when. it occupies !high i position t! ( lesson. bvliclt ir \h'Oplaintiff.; i
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Boca Chica, Bob's Sport I BROWN LEADS SENIOR .

I CLASSIFIED ADS I

And Beachcombers Win LEAGUE AT BATTING .



Flyers Beat Junior r Information for the Advertisers Bomber, Raiders Ami I

KaTR9 FOR REGULAR ... PATMKNT Shorts
And Clowns
Legion
Varsity; Coca-Cola Basketball BLACKFACE. TTPB Payment for clanaiflrd advert* Sports
meats Invariably in advance, but ,
Advertisements under this. head rralar, *f;r !rtf.eri with ledger account Tangle Sunday At
4 .Qelcate.tl!By lo1'>s ii will be inserted b> Tb e Ceases al *lj'mar i Have their adverttomenfsVbarR .- Lew Andreas, SYh1' .:
;' 1.- I \ the rate of 2e a wotf for :arb ,nertion. -< "d.' Wicker's Field
Sport Slop Outfit Meeting TonightTonight but the minimum charge for Pl'BblChfin'\ DKAUUNB director and basketball coach, is'
the first .IS words or less Is Sea To Insure publication copy soup Baseball batting record up to starting his 24th thin.
The rate for fclarkfarv tree Is Jc a be In The Citizen offite.hefer..tlword cage season
Boca Chica Flyers Bob's Sport at 8 o'clock at the City and the minimum charge for o'clock In the morning of the day and Including games of Sunday, winter.
the first It words I. 4Se. of publication. : 't November 28:
Shop and the Beachcomber Jewelers Hall, the basketball managers of r t -
basketball last nightin The leading hitter so far is The original home of
won at the city are requested to meet the-

the High School Gymnasium. with the City Recreational Di- vent AH of advertising error In advertising Is accepted, transient under the or contract.following The conditions Citizen: will In the b. i" Lefty Brown of the Clowns withan honeybee was in southern Asia.,

In the first game, Boca Chica rector Paul G. Albury.Mr. pontitle only for the first insertion In flarwiftod Advertising and Inl average of .454. followed by probably including the eastern,
Albury urges that all of >Ui lar AdverttolBg for only the actual amount of space occupied by the his teammates, O. McIntoch and
luck in the
had streak of good
a part of the advertisement where the error occurs. shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
I
the pilots be present I Butler.
first-half of the contest Leadingby : . . .. . . I The averages:
I.
eight points the Junior Var-
AB R H Ave. The Los Angeles Dons of the
FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS'White FOR SALE-USED Player-
tie TRUCKS
sity finally fought them to a
Ape Stacks Up Torres, Legion 804 .500 All-America Conference claim to
during the second half. However 1940 A. Lastres. eLgion 201 .500 be the only football squad in the
Ford
had already been enamel $2.75. Outside panel truck excellent
the
damage
Brown Clowns .. 22 U. S. with three Hawaiian players
11 10 .454
done and *o the Varsity went The Coins white paint$2.75 and $3.75 per condition. $725. Apply 1415 on the roster.C. .
Harvey Raiders 934 .444
down in defeatNevertheless gallon up. 50-ft W garden Pine Street nov29-6tx
I O. Mcln'ch ClownsH 0 6 .428 I
the kids made Australia A' hose, $3.95. Doherty & Co., 846
SYDNEY. ( ) -
L. Butler, Clowns.24 10 10 .416 Valdez 4, A. Acevedo 4, Butler .
the Flyers really step around to Tang Melbourne Zoo's orang- Olivia. Phone 1597. decl-tf FOR SALE-USED CARS
I A. Mcln'ch Clowns25 4 10 .400 3, Santana 3.
bang on to their lead. !! is On
outang orderly. holidays
D. Lastres, Legion 853 .375 Most times walked-AL Are
Whitehurst made half of the Tang is offered many coins by Bundles of old newspapers at 1- Mercury '47, 4-door sedan. Low Roberts. Bombers 23 2 8 .347 vedo 7.Most.

Flyers' points sinking a total of 'visitors. Recently his keeper tnt each bundle. Inquire at mileage. Perfect condition. Vidal, Bombers 6 1 2 .333 times struck 'out-Curry
sixteen. Cooper, for the Junior .found a neatly stacked pile of .xhe Citizen Radio
Office. nov20-tf and heater. $1,795. Phone G. Lastres Raiders 602 .333 9, Jack Villareal 8. J. Mira and
scored more than half of i pennies in of his .
Varsity, a corner cage.Tang's 590 or 425. nov29-6tx
A. Ace'do, Raidersl8 4 6 .333 Casado 7 each.
his club points, 14 out of 26. [ taking for the day
t' Compressor and motor, Vi h.p. Alee, Clowns 22 7 7 .318 Most two-base hits-allrvey 2,
Henson and amounted .
Willis. each St. Clair scored four points : to $1.48.A. Easily converted, to spraying 1942 Nash 4-door sedan. Good Cates, Raiders ..20 4 6 .300 J. Albury 2, L. Butler 2, A. Ace

De. Rose paint, $15.00. Apply Home mechanical condition. $750. Santana Bombers 24 4 7 .291 vedo 2.Most.
for the winners and Oropesa. P. Genres Tulane Univer- Sundry, Truman Avenue.. Inquire Al Corns, 703 DuvaL C. Valdez, Raiders22 3 6 .272 : three-base hlt.-Robn-b.
tight and Doughtry and Shep- :sity's business manager of athletics -
decl-3t
nov29-6tx Most times at bat-A. Mclntoch. I Solomon Henriqucz. Rodriguez
pcfd. two,each completed the ; hasn't missed a Wave foot- Cates Butler Brown 3 each O,

scoring for the Juniors. t ball game in 27 years either at HOME DECORATORSA $300.00 1935 Graham Custom, 6 Most runs scoredBrown.Most Mclntoch. Mira and Jack Villa.
Score by : Total :home the road.
quarters or on
Boca Chica .. 10 6 10 8-34' large new shipment of fabricsat cylinder, four-door sedan. Very hits-Brown, Butler and : real 1 each.
CAROLINE SHOP A A. Mclntoch. Most home runs Ar.", ...
Junior Varsity 6 2 10 8-26 Tulane and South Carolina' va- good condition two new tires, 'l
of and small radio heater. Most stolen bases-Roberts 5, Cates Butler and Harvey 1 each.
riety large pat- Contact D. G.
1. Fouls Henson, Oropesa and In- have met twice on the gridiron-I ._ ...
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graham 1 each; timer Red Tal in 1932 and 1948-and terns stripes and solid colors. Taylor, Sot Maintenance Division -
All are exceptional values U. S. Fleet Sonar School
M. Rosam umpire squad has both
lon: referee: : ; won contests.
E.Rohm; scorer Aguilar.In : 'tmany at $1.25 per yard. Key West, Florida. There Is Really A Santa Claus When You Shop at. ..

I Read the Classified Ads in The dec2-6t I dec2-2tx

,the second game, the Coca-I Citizen.
Cola five led for the first three Marmoset monkey for sale. Ideal. 1942 Chevrolet Radio good KANTOR'SCome

quarters only to lose the contest. REPAIRSRADIOSRadio pet Must sell before Dec. 20. tires new paint job. Apply

U4he.final.quartet.. % Ask at 1508 Seminary, after 5 933 Fleming, Street dec2-3tx.
r When the last qb r(cr ti-go\ underway repairs while-U-wait Low P.M. dec2-3t
the Cokes had 23 points standard prices by catalog. 14 FOR SALE-HOUSES In and See the Large Selection

and Bob's Sport Shop 20 but inf I years radio experience in man- CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS! AND LOTS of Items Note Available

this quarter the Cokes scored but ufacturing plants. 1116 White- See our 5 foot, movable Hurricane I
four points to 13 for the Sport head Street nov30-26tx Lamps for porch and garden. 3-bedroom house and lot, 50x100.

Shop. $5.50 each. CAROLINE SHOP Must sell immediately. Contact SHIRTSWell
.It was a well played game and BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES 223 Ann Street nov30-3t Lopez at 1917 Seidenberg Ave.

full of thrills and good shots. after 5:00 P.M. nov30-3tx
Box score: Books Books Books I Known Makes
Art Supplies Art Supplies Last call for personally-designed
Bob's Sport Shop
Guest house, 2 blocks from
FT PF PTS Bookshop, Cor. Simonton & Eaton Christmas cards at the Marshall new
MarerPG beach 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, x Such As
dec2tuesthurssatlmoxHELP Studio in Telegraph Lane. Also
McCbwn. f 2 0 0 4
for
apartment owner, completely -
Villareal'f 4 1 1 9 wall decorations and handmade
4.
furnished electric kitchen.
Meador. f 1 0 0 2 WANTED FEMALE gifts of distinction. Good income. Must be sold I.. i 3IAMIATTANMcGREGOIl

Roberts c 5 0 0 10 dec2-4.2t
at Real sacrifice. Terms.
Flenner. c. __ 1 0 1 2 Sears, Roebuck and Company has once. .
By owner. 1328 White Street
G.'Barber, g '.___. 3 0 1 6 opening for a woman between Solar photo enlarger, 5x7, with dec2-tf
D. Sweeting, g u_ 0 0 3 0 ages of 22 and 35. Some book- easel no lens; 4 11x14 trays; JAY5UNw.K
- keeping essential and typing
12" print trimmer and miscel-
Total 32 2 12 33 speed of at least 35 words per laneous dark room supplies and FOR SALE OR LEASE IAnL ono t

I CokesPlayer minute required. Person se- chemicals. Call Tassos, Summerland -

FG FT PF PTS lected will receive training in Key No. 1. dcc2-2t Desirable corner lot for sale or t .
G..Sweet n:. 2 2 0 '6 credit investigation, of approv- long-term lease. 100 'x 150. -

n. Barber .._'2 0 0 4 als and collection of accounts. FOR SALE-TREES. FLOWERS, Suitable for hotel or apart- s : From $2.95

Parks:c ... u. 4 1 2 9 Many employee benefits. Only ments. One block from beach.
E. Sweeting. g 2 2 2 4 applicants desiring permanent ROSES AND SHRUBS For particulars write Box 466.

C. Walker, g _._ 1 0 0 2 employment need apply. Apply decltfFOR
K. Solomon, g ._ 0 0 1 0 in person at Sears Order Of- Poinsettias, fruit and rose trees, PAJAMAS = .

fice. decl-4t stephanotis frangipanis, darlingde SALE OR LEASE- ,
Total- 11 5 525 noche, other plants. 1004 BUSINESS PLACES
Score by quarters: Two waitresses report between Southard Street, Phone 1049J.dec2l0.2tx.
Bob's Sport Shop 488 13-33 5 and 6 P.M. La Congo Bar.dec23t. Here Is Something
Imperial Bar for sale lease.
Coca-Cola 6 10 7 4-27 or kv x
n Man Wants
For information, call 780. Every
Free throws missed: Villareal FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD

1.; Roberts I, Flenner 2. Sweeting HELP WANTEDSALESMENMan FURNITURE decl-4tx i -
2. G. Sweeting 1. E. Sweeting 2. JAYSON3IAMIA1TAN '
referee M. Rosom. Umpires, E. wanted for Rawleigh busi- 2 youth beds (maple), complete.In FOR SALEHOTELSSmall

Rosom. timer Tallon, scorer Ag- ness. Sell to 1500 families. perfect condition. $20.00 S rI
uilar. Write today. Rawlcigh's, Dept each. 825 Georgia Street hotel in downtown Key

F AL660SoMemphis, Tenn.dec2ltx. Phone 614-M. dec2-3tx West Fla., contains 8 large
In the third and last game of rooms with 5 baths and two I Sizes Styles Colors
the night the Beachcombersmade FOR SALE OR TRADE- apartments. All in perfect
it four wins and but one HELP WANTEDMALEOR USED CARS condition. Large lot and good i

defeat in five practice games FEMALE money maker. Must disposeon

they have played over the Junior 1940 Chrysler club coupe, good account of health. Box 532, From $3 95 IE "
Conchs. Bunsy Villareal was : Secretary for local accounting of- condition. 240-C Poinciana Ex- Key West, Florida. I .
high scorer with 8 field goals fice. Permanent position. Call 1 tension. dec2-3tx decl-tf

and Hernandez made seven to Telephone. 786'for interview. '
lead the Beachcombers Jewelers, W dec2-3tx FOR RENT-APARTMENTS FOR SALE-BOATS AND I'I'I TIES
frander scored four field goals MARINE MOTORS '

and Romero 2 and Demeritt 2 for WANTED TO RENT Furnished 2',2-room apartment. I

the losers the high man was Ca- Utilities furnished. $25.00 weekly. 10 h.p. Johnson outboard motor. In Attractire Gift Boxes

saidy and Valdez with 12 points Two or three bedroom unfurnished Sea Isle Apartments 915 Call 827-W after 5. decl-2tx
with A Large Rang of
each. Hanson four and Kerr four. Windsor Lane. decl-tf
house or apartment by Na-
Score by quarters: val Officer wife and two chil- Gray marine engines and service. I Patterns and Colors

Dchcmbs Jewel .10 12 12 1246Jr. dren. Will redecorate if ne Furnished apartment 3 rooms and C. R. Smith opposite Firestone I "

Conchs 888 10-34 cessary. Will be here twc]I bath. Maid and janitor serv- Station Marathon. decl-Imo I Ilolany
Scorer Aguilar. Timer Tallon years. Call 149-2 .Apt 1. ices, linens and utilities fur-
Referee M. Rosom and umpires, decl-2ts: nished. Summer rates. Coral FOR SALE-STORE I Supt'rha

E.Rosom. Hotel Apartments, opposite Post EQUIPMENTTwo

Apartment or small house (un Office. nov9-26tx S Beau Itriiiuniell

Prayers Asked furnished). Box X-10, c/o Citi counters. Apply Horseshoe I
zen Office. decl-3ti: Furnished apartments. Electric Bar 802 Caroline. decl-4tx .
kitchen. Maid service. Reasonable v ( THE PRICE RANGEr

For Stalin MISCELLANEOUSWashers rates per day or sea-, Two flourescent lighting fixtures I
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son. 909 Elizabeth Street 4 feet long. Overseas Hotel. r ,

HASTINGS, England UP) irons vacuums and I decl-tf 917 Fleming Street dec2-3t I From $1.00
Former health minister Ernest fans repaired. O'Briant Phone.
Brown wants everyone to pray 1164-M.: nov29-12l Modern furnished efficiency and FOR SALE-MUSICAL

every day for the conversion of bedroom apartments. Yearly or INSTRUMENTSNew GIVE HIM A
Premier Stalin to Christianity. REPAIRSREFRIGERATIONImmediate season rental. Pine Plaza ii! ,

-It would do more good than the 1301 Truman Ave. nov30-tf blond mahogany and leath- '.

United Nations," he told a church service domestic 01 erette Wurlitzer Spinet piano.
II ROBE
conference.' commercial. Holbrook Refrigeration Two-bedroom furnished apartment $600. Phone 733-W. t .l F

Service, Phone 724W.nov266b. 209 Ann Street nov26-6t. .1If

News NotesThe dec2-3tx
FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES A ;fits Selection Fruity
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STORAGERed FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS I SCOOTERS AND CYCLES i'
'll'hich' Choose
to
Circus Maximus in which 'i Ej't
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Roman games and gladitorial Brick Storage Co. Furnitun e Overseas Hotel,low rates. Cof- '45 motor bike, $75.00. 1111
held is estimated to
contests have seated were 350,000 spectators. or commerciaL Phone. 798. fee shop, bar. decl-lmo Georgia. nov24-10tx I ROYAL

decl-t r I
FOR RENT-ROOMS Indian motorcycle. 1948 model
Frederick the Great is said to BOTANY

GARDEN AND LAWN 74. Has extras of two spotlights -II
have made his coffee with cham-
SUPPLIES Rooms and light housekeeping saddlebags luggage car-
then added mustardto
pane--and -I $5 to $15 week. 411 rier, windshield, two mirrors,
rooms per I
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the drink.Quartzite
tA't
I New shipment tropical fish. Idea 1! William.. nn_ Street. nov27-26tx $750. Call Marathon 19, con-'II $6 9"

used in the steel industry Christmas gifts. Key West tact Jimmy Warden Marathon. I From .

is obtained by blasting Garden and Lawn Supply Co.,I FOR RENTSTORESLarge dec2-3tx I I

with after oxyacetylene 914 Fleming St TeL 1019.
torches dynamite have burned as far I dec2-tf store, 218 Simonton 35x60. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE ::1 BELTS and JEWELERY by HICKOK ..

as 20 feet into the surrounding Reasonable. Phone 682, ask for
LOST Hy. dec2-tf Stock Island over 400 ft oceanfront -
rock I
Bargain. Must be sold }

Ancient Greek boxing was Lady's wrist watch Bulova, black FOR RENT-HOUSES at once. Mr. Kitty, c/o Citizen -II MEN'SSHOP

quite similar to the modern sport cord band. Lost on Southard decl-tf JUNTO R'S
except that contestants were the Street or in Palace Theater.! Two-bedroom house, sublease
Navar- March 15. 1315 Lot 75x120 on Avenue E, Phone It.
caestus. a device similar to modem Reward, return to Mrs. December 15 to
"bras knuckles" rather than ro, 523 Grinnell Street William St. Phone 1193-XW. 453-R or apply 1218 Petronia.
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'Boca Chica Field TO MAKE IN HER OWN, HOME


Lieutenant Alton R. McMullen "" er-
U S. Navy 82-1 Poinciana Place, ,, :! 'f4 {+,
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ws this week detached from t .,
Anti Submarine .' I I
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Ones Squadron Field One (VX-1) at Boca i e' -By DOROTHY ROE .5bH .

After visiting his brother Law- Ii: ,
rence K. )McMullen in Miami his M<< M a< Bi.Illt /. ,;'' "
parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Mc C 'IIi'I 173 / ;
Mullen in Okeechobee, > and s .r- : ; y
friends in New York. Lieutenant t -
McMuHen will report in late December 1 ;"4- ip'" fri
or early January for duty ; .
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M Naval Air Station. Squantum ; .
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He was graduated from Okee- ..$ Q 1\ r
rhwliew High School in May 1928.II. a y ,/,
entered the Navy in July, .
1931 and received his commission .4 .
.. EnMfn in August 1942 at Pen- s
salata.Attactied. a. .
to Anti-Submarine -t ,;
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We Sept IMS. he served as s r'
Project Counsellor and Techml t + & cj
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Observer in Electronics $
: Mr.*. MrMullen and the two t 11 -II r ray
rlHklr+n. Ann E. born August 17, pR -
; also and Norman C. born Octo- k s9
.r 21, 1943. are accompanying
Tjeutenant McMullen to his new
ZuutyT J tion.LWutcnoant. t. 1
and Mrs McMullen,. f.. '\
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honored" guests of their squadronat 1 .,t _
a party Tuesday night at Aer- ;4 4
opalms Officers' Club Naval Air JIfri y
Station received an expression of u
apprerMtion for the services they 4 % :) 1S w
haw rendered the ogamzation f S f
and were given a -best-of-luck"
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.mplk-lt> Pattern %6U. +-- -- .ar--.a. ; :
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JJey West and Vicinity: Fair Blouse. Simplicity Fatten 2034 simplicity patters 2JS2 Flip )(:-4'all t........ '<:} >
Skirt Pattern !fCC .
FOR TilE CHRISTMAS Simplicity
nd warmer today tonight and

Flay Gentle to moderate east DANCE Charmingly FESTIVE SEPARATES Hit style of CHRISTMAS BELLE She made her HOLIDA GLITTER. I
to southeast winds.
::.n..k : Cloudy with occasional youthful formal, easy to the season- faille or relreteenerening charming dance frock in afetr evenings, Gold spattered chiffon

showers in north portiontoday make in a fete hours. skirt and pert ruffled taffeta blous. from crisp, jnistel-toned tissue faille. over golden sheath.
and in extreme north por-
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Uuti tonight and Friday, otherwise -- -.- --, ". ,
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partly cloudy Friday. :,3

Warmer Friday and in south 'II ,;'" : .{.. CAII
purtwn todayJacksonville. I ri .
thru the Florida
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Straits: Moderate to fresh northeast 5 4W i .-
to east winds in north por- I
Unn becoming moderate east tosoutheast ,
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Friday. Gentle to moderate r
east to southeast winds in .
uuth portion. Mostly cloudy i
with occasional light showers in
north portion today otherwise s

partly cloudy weather'. 1
East Gulf: Moderate easterly 1I
winds in north portion becoming 1 :
uuth to southeast Friday. Gentle I "< k .
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to moderate east to southeast Iv t L ..
winds in south portion. Cloudywith I 4 .
few showers in extreme i iI l

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REPORT t.jea r P I .
Key West Fla- Dec. 2. 1943 !
(Observation taken at City Office,
1 8:30 8.m. EST) I .

Highest yesterday Temperatures. ______ 80. t 1t I II
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Luwrst last night __ 67 II
Mean -. '74,
Normal on '72
Precipitation f fa I

Total last 24 hours _.m .00 n3. IJ

Total this month .00 ins. .. j
Deficiency this month .13 ins. ,
Total I this year 46.12 ins. ... .t -J Jr.l.1J
Estrus this year 9.51 ins.

I Relative:30 Humidity am. :i.. .. 1J J 1 I :. ; .. :
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:M...'alt patterns 7418 and 7124 M,",all Pattern Jl...'.ill 1'.".., "- ; I". and t.I.
(Sea Level). 8.30 a.m.
30.09 ins.10190 mbs. PM PORTRAITS Left, braid-Irimmedt'elt"el suit GL:ARDS1IAN COAT. AFTER FIVE. .I'er/eet/or holding festivities-the

Tomorrow's Almanac iril/i big iH-tul-edged collar. Right, iridescent taffeta Pur sirank in ruby vcl- bustle-back frock in coin-flatted taffeta and the satin I

Suns Sunrise ._. .n.- .. 5:46 6:35 p.m.a.m. date dress rill fitted be/.liceaflll looped perfum [,(Jr. vet, easy make-at-home. cocktail suit irif/i br itl- rimmed slashed lHlCk.t

MuonrtseMuonMrt ;' d- .-_._ 9:4: a.m.' : 4 ._ -- -

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Rules Announced For Chile PlansI
TIDES People's Foruma /F --Phil Sa-
(Naval Base) mis, rugged defenseman of the
Tomorrow Xmas .........*.. I Third Base Pittsburgh Hornets of the American

(Eastern Standard Time) Jaycee Lighting The Citizen _.1__.. *mpr*.- Hockey League has been
High Low .1..f tee .1.... .t II. reader. In Antarctic rated a ""hfesaver by many of
12:13: pm. 5:38 a.m. .. but the "'U., '...ry.. Ike i, the goalies he has performed fur.
iKht t. drlele limit wklrhr
II:14 pm. 4:35 pm. CoiitehtVtll Start ; <> roMkidrrrd lib.aar.... .r ..w.rIrd. During the summer months Samis -
I I'I ,.. AP 'ew.f.at.reaVALPARAISO
The wrijrrn nhoBld fee I
the occupation
I residents to appealing | pursues same
December 20) prepare fair e.afl.e Ike 'e..r. IC Chile. Ai
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA, ; sal word... sad wrlle o. ... side I he is a life guard at one of Canada's -
(Reference Station: Key West) Resiliences yard displays and therefore interior .r Ike ......, ..1,.. !cla.atare .ti handful of airmen are makinq popular beach resorts.
Time oil I Height of Only May 'I decorations or conventional I I, I.r.Ike rll.r..d will_..t fee aeeerpaar pablisbed. .tlo..- I, ready to nail down Chile'sclaim r
StationTid. [high water Be Entered Xmas trees in windows can be I trnn requested .lfcrv l.*. in the Antarctic with a i The United States Bureau of
Rahia Honda considered only as background 1! third base. I Census estimates there are more
(bridge) -oh 10m 00ft December 20 will be the start-i I I effect Only those item.; visible I URGES CLEANING UP I, They are scheduled to leavei I than 33,303 Negro churches in the

No Name Key ing date of the Xmas Lighting i I from the street will be evaluated i Editor The Citizen: i. soon to plant the air base""for I United States having a total
(east end) ___+2h 20m Program which will run until.!i by the judging committee. These last two days of lovely purely scientific purposes. Its!I membership of more than 5,660-
Boca ChicaSa.dy I j 4.Displays should consist of cool weather would have been a I site has not been announced.I 000
( Point)-Oh 40m December 30. The Coca-Cola;, Christmas lighting and decorations 'I'! good time to clean up Key West But it is expected to be some.
Cables Channel Bottling Co. of Key West is again' In view of the fact that !i It pleases me much to read in)' where near the navy base on I All women except one priestesswere
giving the prizes and conductingthe i j 1 Greenwich Island the South forbidden to enter the enclosure
will take in
(north endf 2h 10m +1.4 ft judging place during' your paper that Manager Spalding -
oOo contest The Jaycees are,! the evening hours it should be was getting after the business -I Shetlands and the army base I at the ancient Greek
NOTE: sponsoring the event. The Christmas -I kept in mind that effective lighting -I I.1 men of Duval street. I am I on Grahamland. Olympic games.
(-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto Lighting Program rules are is of prime importance. la visitor here and am somewhat President Gabriel Gonzalez "
as follows: .I Videla forecast establishmentof indirectly interested in the Ant-
be subtracted. Awards will be based on the folI disgusted at the piles of rubbish
(+) Plus sign: Corrections to 1.-To compete contestant must lowing table of values: allowed to remain on sidewalks. the new base on his return I arctica include France Norway
fill out entry blank and mail or I last from his to Australia. New Zealand and the
be added.Interesting. General artistic effect _. 50r. 'To me it seems residents or officials -I February trip
I take to Christmas Lighting Contest Originality ---- _n' -- 25'" lack civic pride. The side- f the Antarctic where he dedicated I United StatesHowTo.
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Key Ingenuity in utilizing I walks on Simonton street have I the army base. The two

Notes West If not possible to do either -II surroundings __ _____ 15rr not been cleared since the hurricane -j existing bases are weather stations ,
application may be made by Conformity to Christmas Rubbish is everywhere. from which the person- Relievi
So small in comparison and so telephoning 137. spirit __ 10'r; i j Why not clear up rubbish before 'I nel also go out on exploration
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distant is the earth from the sun 2.-Any resident of the city of I 5.-The contest will run from I the tourists arrive Right now I I trips. i Bronchitis
that it absorbs only one-two billionth Key West may compete except I I (Continued On Page Six) j see many out of state cars at the I J These Chilean outposts are in
of the radiant energy the employees of the Coca-Cola I beach, and that end of Duval I territory also claimed by Great
sun has to bestow. I Bottling Co. and members of the I j The United States ranks far :street has not been cleaned since Britain and Argentina. Creomulsion relieves promptly b csut
Key West Junior Chamber of. ahead of any other nation in production j the storm. Why not "hot top" i Chile and Argentina agreed it goes right loosen to and the scat of the trouble
Fur years Begium was an ex- Commerce. The contest is sub-I of the four major sources I'i some of the sidewalks Or do all i! early in 1943 to negotiate a settlement to phlegm help and aid nature expel 10 gem KMXbf;jiea aDd
reotion among European coun- ject to all federal state and local|lof power coal natural gas, oil, I Key Westers ride in cars? j of their own Antarctic heal raw tender inflamed bfOt bid
tuft tn that it had immigration Decision of the A 78-YEAR-OLD f
more regulations. and hydroelectric power. VISITOR.Mrs. boundaries and defend their i mucous membranes.Tell )nurdrv'{ iil
than emigration judges will be final. i George F. Silver. claims jointly against third parties -i to sell you a bottle of CreooaulsMM
3.Lighting displays eligibleare I The Seaman's Church Instituteof Ill Simonton Street and Both have rejected a United with the undemanding you _likt
Vrteranv who" formed about limited to places of residence New York is the largest and 160 Summer St, States suggestion for international the way it quickly allays the rough>>
t423j loll of the country's college: only (i.e. business establishmentsmay most comprehensive land organ- Manchester. Mass. control of the region. Aside I or you are to have your moo? badeCREOMULSION
fcl<**ent enrollment in 1947. fcc- not compete). The primary y'i ization for merchant seamen in Key West Fla. from Argentina, Chile and Brit-
L..nt for only 42: % in 1949. object of the content is to induce, the world. I Dec. 2, 1943. ain, other countries directly or hI IH'lh.;; isstlcliUIOAtIuC>I






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SOCIETY NEWS (Know America) i lase> trust ltleilr.. It w.i oarnlte
Events I ftl1i111
Coming N. C. C. S. Thomas C. Blaisdell directorof .of ; }
BF NU t fin Kentucky Visitor HereRear .u..a t l lisle
A LESLIE CULEY I THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2- : the Dept of Commerce Office] cw -
FridayThe It ItI aM1 tttttrrra fi _
PIlOni The Citizen Office _51 Bingo Party. St. Mary's Parish of International Trade, born in..JP iew.f./.re. !I heee eitrtlie/i.3 i
Hall 8OO Public in Admiral M. E. Curt.
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p. LOUISVILLE
Ky.-The
Re.ldence-629-XJ vited. Catholic orchestra which will furmshlnusic Pittsburgh 53 years ago. -I I| state tilt asrwMw e.erasta. *fc.. Mt.
11II11.... ,,I Sponsored by I I Lieut. '}[I game :and fish division reports USN, commander of the Operational tenista/1L .
| MB saImInmlalnlnwrumwl! !! !:;nnauuulumllniu! Daughters of Americas Holy I for the dance at Gen. Willis D. Critten- t and Development Force"' 6Subsesihi
Over! One Hundred Name Society and Society of I! NCCS on Friday evening will be I I II |I berger, heading the Carribean that the raccoon is increasing .
of the Atlantic Fleet, has been 7k 'die .....
Members St. Vincent de Paul. I named by one of the dancers. A: Defense Command, born Ander-i,rapidly throughout Kentucky. a .
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And/ Ones Regular meeting.. Stephen R.I I prize will be awarded to the I Ii 'I son. Ind, 58 years I j I The animal is most abundant in TTTTYYTTTYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyy- --yyyWyWW-. WyyYWWWyyyw..wWhy' .
is To Attend Officers Mallory Chapter. United i lucky winner of the contest, and Ii i Paul ago. ::: the western part of the state but -
S. Althouse
Daughters of the Confederacy -I the name will be used by the!. born operatic tenor ,, also is becoming more plentiful K k. Y f. t-?
Ir ices Club Luncheon 4.30: p. m at home of i band thereafter. j If } Reading. Pa., 59 years:' m eastern Kentucky roc nurse Out tTJrCALL
Friday
Mrs. Allan B. Cleare Sr, I The orchestra members are ago. ? 1I |i I A surrey report released by :
/ Ezra C Stone I ..
radio actor
0W0r on* hundred Ida I James W. Currie I 92ea.49 ..
reservation bathing North Beach.. All membersare I Beatrice Moreno pianist; superintendent'of
haw suits can easily do so, born in New Bedford Mass.. 31
heel ,
made
fur the OffiyT for the luncheon requested to be present. I Gellnch. who doubles on the ]I", game management, shows that E
nes ? *. Club I luncheon and Party will be and swimming Annual Meeting .Key West i trumpet and the vibraharp, and j I years ago the opossum, like the 'coon also To Take Ottg TH Te&*" Uwe
s_ur Illl" party scheduled for The highlight entirely of the informal. Chapter American Red Cross, i Gerald Finder at the drums. i I Dr. Peter C. Goldmark noted',' is relatively aboundant throughout -i! i BAKED CHICKEN r A....td Be.sns.sati
1a.nure.w, '* bas been announced' occasion : A Judges Committee of Servicemen I| Columbia Broadcasting's tele- the state
will be 8:00 P.M Monroe County j DINNER lOLLSStuffec
M.ra.... at, t-hftr the dances by Mrs. Ma- vision engineer, born in The '' TWO SIZES
and NCCS Junior Hostesses indicates that the
guest will lika Brown Clinic Auditorium. "Election : survey I
what In. the a charming artiste I j years ago. Hungary'l with rrrem aasaE
forenoon, and thin and native of Officers and Program. will assist the orchestra in 142 fox population in Kentucky is; Dressing "
Hawaiian .
eJgrtirwtg w H be followed by who will Junior Minstrel Show High ; determining the name with the I Ruth Draper, ( I increasing with, gray foxes most PiaR of Giblet Gras l\tA"
_.. .. present the dances of her island New York 64 .
in I
at Jel4y h'iei
years ago. IJ
nuwn I
the
i -- MI the ground School Auditorium. 8 m. most popular appeal. I numerous in mountain areas
.. ... Caaa Cay Ilueno people Mr during R. luncheon. School and local talent.p.Per- I Robert F. Loree of New York, ,and red foxes dominant in central C $2.45 $3.95 LADY FINCIIIM
'W. .*... aW Becker will act as hostess banker, chairman of the Foreign
I II
"ir will be and western Kentucky.
a very for the formance Friday evening VFW Will Meet il I I
and It
party has been
.. Trade Council born E 40c DoE.I
*** f; "luRe> place entirely announced that I alsoFRIDAY.. i, .
.M law MiMuuri In fart, those detfMC baby-utter at Fort there Taylor will to be take a DECEMBER 3rd- Ind, 59 years ago. Logansport,1 I Your I a ti *
I ; This 1 Horoscope
Have George A. I
their Evening I
lunch
i. To Take 0"
in their tare of the children of guests I Meeting Troop 5, Girl Scouts, of Armour's, Chicago
I
3:30: m. Wesley House.
- p. A of Southernmost THURSDAY DECEMBER 2 Rich Horn.-Mad. PIES 75'
--- regular meeting Wilmington, DeL. 69 years ago.Dr. ?:
Bingo Party sponsored by Post No. 3911. Veterans of I I1 George R. Minot of Boston,.1 1948-Today gives great executive -, POTATO SALAD I
Of American Legion Auxiliary,
Meeting Key I HVai" Garden ClnbIhnally 8 p. m. at Duffy's Restaurant. Foreign Wars will 1 be held this I t physician Nobel prize winner, ability. There will be an 45c Lb.
Prizes. Public invited. I, evening at their clubhouse at 213 :1! born in Boston, 63 years ago. I adaptable nature with good pow-i! I CHERRY tlVEHlRY

Held On First; Thursday Of Bazaar sponsored by Woman's I Elizabeth street. Commander I ers of imitation enabling the:| Creamy Cole Slaw JUnlR PfAN .
Tony Arthur invites all visiting I About two-thirds of the people native to display the faculties in'
Month Positioned To Next Thuntlivh Auxiliary of Congregational I j I comrades and members of the i who obtain divorces in the United such a degere that success and i 30c Lb. I MINCE AHU
._ Church Service Center, be- | -
.... ai
.
-- u..J post to attend. States have no children;most fortune are almost certain. Con-, I
(hoe beef uiHtuunred that the At the November meeting a Luncheon ginning at and 5:00: swimming p. m. party I .. I I of the rest have only one child siderable fame and money will f

t.l. dar hJy.tine 61 the number of new members were Officers Wives Club, Casa I During June and July, the I II I r ': also be acquired. I I DUFFY1S TAVERN

K.., W... Cardm Club which is taken into the Club, and these, Cayo Hueso. Dances by Mrs. I Grand Banks region off Newfoundland I 1 I Fingerprinting was not applied r
together with is blanketed with fog scientifically t o identification: i Golf was spelt "goff" in ancient 600 TRUMAN AVENUEa.wurauuaa.a- -- -- -
all Malika Brown.
U.n.., Mid .* H e first ThunMttnth. members prospective I about six days out of ten. work until the late 19th century 'F days. AAAA..A.A.AA .uauaa i
; will be welcomed at MONDAY DECEMBER 6th- j
.
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f tote ---- -- -- -
Ujr evening will --- ---- -- --
the next meeting. It is stressed Business Meeting Board of

1 *be*..pi.4p.n. title.d untM next TriMItoe rs. I again ble to that join the all persons Garden are Club eleig-and Directors Barn Theatre, Key, 8:00 West: p.Players m. Procter & Gamble's TZKFhas in wonderful I

%. .te Awe IsMt4Mg t lace.h..fart been postpwieil the dues have purposely been Regular Business Meeting Jay- new swept a
that
*oiBUMliiri
} placed: at a nominal figure in order shees, 7:30: p. m., Junior
t11a1r( wf the Garden to enable any interested and Chamber of Commerce Clubhouse -
OK** *. .*. memiwrc of the Civic-minded to become .
Ray W*.. Chfrtr *t the. AmeriMI I member. The person aims of the Garden a Cancer film showing, County

IM Cr-, *itt w holding Club are splendid ones, and the Health Department, Flemingand
II* HintKui l.ni MN more members there are the Emma Streets, 8:00: p. m.
*x1 TVwrMUy's meeting of I more, will be accomplished in Address by Dr. J. Lancelot
Nee Oawtm Club will. be an imp making Key West one of the Lester Hostesses, Navy !
illaM. air. a* there are many t most beautiful cities in America. Wives Club No. 88. NEW WASHDAY ,
rinses irf vt.*l interest to be I Another feature of! next week's TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7th- i
,- w Mtk, lrtchiatag. of course, meeting will be the Plant Identification Regular meeting Key West'
.Jim her t4ie FWwer Sfxiw to be period which was so Woman's Club 3:30: p. m at
Mi m .Ia4e February or early popular and well-received at the Woman's Clubhouse on Du-
florist. last meeting val street.

'V ____ _' ___ __.___ Motion Picture "Christ the
King Parish Center 1021
J/'J For 1'resenlalion Of New Play Duval street 8pm. Spon- t
sored by St Mary Star of the

II-}. Key- !IFY.s/ Players orIt Coin; v Forward charge.Sea Church Public No invited.admission Ho son -no other "suds"-no other washday product II,. .....,.......M.

.Ha kern announced that WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8-
a jtion date of which will be announced -

.....*. ., the B.Mtrd of 1 in the near future is Regular Auxiliary meeting 2pm, Hospital Monroe known-will get your family wash as CLERK as Tide!

.4 the Key West Play. I under the direction of Mr. and County Hospital wds hr

Y eta w41. be HM ..n Monday De- Mrs. Guy Carleton. THURSDAY DECEMBER 9th-

.It .tfc, tgMinin< at 8 p. m.I chedaled Following.the business meeting Sewing group Hospital Auxil- e a

M the Darn Theatre for next Monday evening iary, 2 p. In., Monroe County ... .. Q

The ,..t wf ttw new play I have, the your names reporter of all expects the cast to, Hospital. "> ;;'' -j:
'
"''OtWI Crwwd.ha Regular meeting, Key West :, ''
a
already together with the names of the -
.
Garden Club. 8pm, Wornan's r"
bits eh -n. with the exception staff. as well as those of all the 1 '-. _
aI eat part and rehearsals are assistants. who will be concerned Clubhouse on Duval

field rwttttlarly There w a with, the presentation of the newt street I. :"'J
kmt M. Incidentally. ....
ai play. These details: are expected'toe .:
.
sr+eh,i a4 the theatre completed at Monday's business Personal Mention .
.
Tt& hew "** the : :
s y preeenta- meeting .... .
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Dario Garcia and Joseph A. -. .
t .. ..
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Boza left at noon today for Mi-
ami to attend the meeting of the
l'. Si. MarSlur Of Tht Sea Church i Florida Association of Public World's CLEANEST wash! Actually BRIGHTENS colors! World's WHITEST wash!

I Bookkeepers and Tax Consult
1'"S"oll."or 1 Showing Of Religions; Filmand I ants. They expect to return to Into your machine goes Tide. See how pretty your soap-dulled Tide-washed shirts, sheets, and t j
I Key West tomorrow. and out on your line goes the wash prlntslook..afterTidere- are the last word in daz : ES
A brwriMtil. Inspiring mot Your reporter was, fortunate cleans .wash. you ever hung up! moves the soap film that's masksling whiteness. Why, in hardest -q q0 9 .
kt n
-IM pwMrs .iN !. pr1*"*** atM i enough to view this motion picture Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Boza, of Yes Tide gets )our .whole. family ingthem.TideactuallybrfEhtens water.Title gets them u fitter than rESs f t
.... MM?'* IWttfc Center.BuvaJ when she was in California Elizabeth street, are visiting in wash cleaner than any soap or 'them and does it"safely', too. any soap or any other washing
MIM skeet. next Tuesday recently, and can say, from per- Havana for a few days. any other .washing. product. Tide With all its terrific cleaning power. product known. And Tide keeps k >

Ill.. M g .'..... sonal experience. that this is a leaves clothes free from dirt and Tide's truly safe for all your, them dazzling white, week after
Mr. and Mrs.
? moving and sympathetic film, George Pettingill.o 1, actually removes soap film, too. wl habtes.f"DEe. week! It's a washday miracle!
TI. pM. +-., wMrh M cponeorh produced with reverence and Saginaw, Mich. are spending
h1M U.ry !Nor uf. the Sea feeling It is not a long picture several days in Key West. The

.... w erttillea ""Christ the but exceedingly worthwhile. Pettingills are so pleased with ..: ;: 0' I __,5
'. Ktta; and ileuis with. t-he Aetmy. The public is invited to the the Island City that they are __

- 11sMlt acid FMrrnett.rn of Our showing of "Chru, the driving back to upper Florida, .: ::: :; I
, ...... and no admission i will be King"1 where they had previously planned ,. _-
_. to spend" the winter, will I
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collect number of
there a things -1

f"If."I"t; Of llvlly Lou lloznAnnonncwl they will need and will then re .
here for threemonthsstay
turn a
-_-- GETS CLOTHES CLEANER THAN ANY OTHER ,,-
i ; To lie Married; March

Mrs. Louise Campbell Fitch ol -EE--- WASHDAY PRODUCT YOU CAN BUY -- .''
Uf anal. Mr J4-. ** A H.ia.1 1 t I Miss Buza is a very popular Mobile Ala. is visiting relativesand ..
> r M pima .*r..t aniMMMH-e the I member of the young social set friends in Key West for two
J -WI n -11.. tacit dwahter.Les in Key West She is a graduateof weeks. /- t et"TRULYSA'E 0 : .
...., .. tit Ittigens A stwpI ,
..... !KM U ss Navy'. the marin I the Key West High School, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Louis

*ils M talk- ........ Mart-h wf attended( Florida State University Farmer of Leominster Mass.

M. aaselail pwMlla I at Tallahassee after spending Thanksgivingwith
I _.. ILtwe. who is oft Much interest! is evinced in herwMing r their daughter and son-in--
.... Val a.r ::1 r.. Itrl boa Is marriage which will be law at the latters' home on Southitflet -
Mir .. Mr Mra.. .k4st J.ttit .
: are returning nprth today
I RIll 'Ititi.an Aw- trfM* of the leading cents of the ..

-. ........ $........ I 1 I early spring season : 6

'r" -- .--- _-- .--- JuniorWomnn's -..

N"Ir< Of Key IIVAVr.soi.s Among ) ClnbRummage .


Traveler '''0 Havana. Yesterdayfar I SaleA ,,\ \\I / It


{ far Havana t*.terdayh Better Mane Hunt Rose Robinson hurricane rummage sale will 0.. / .
eii ......._ ". A were theJtinUU. Anne liourin. Iva Rutweil be sponsored by the Junior Wo 1 ( aI e.I'iJI'
... Sergio Alonzo man's Club on Friday and Sat '
..iat G..-.. Lair" Hernant Harold Moore Rose Moore urday, Dec. 3 and 4, at the Wo I ;
-_. Zetda llwur4Ph RonaM Suhre, Mary Suhre Roberto man's Clubhouse on Duval l

.... ...... Pad W rlei- Garcia, Frajda Lewkowiez, street. -
..... )lisltarM.g. a.- MatVtltMr Aaron few kowtez Orlando Mar- ;' Clothing offered at this rummage I -' > :
+ *.... W-UW&, cia tAtt". Virginia Marchante David sale is all new but somepieces / \\\\\S
Ma11r ....." Wn..... HelL May Cox Ruth Cox Kenneth) are slightly water-dam G\\\A\\
art ...... w.v r..a Dun..h Src kler Luciller Sickler aged. Articles consist mainly of / 1\\\ i'
--- sportswear, dungarees shorts and I \ 1\\\\ New nllnele stfdslT
\}
.............1 i' I pedal pushers. nt11Ii \I \ \ ,"
..... \
III) *V: 8 7V lle'e't'I'orttorrotr The hours of sale will be 10 I \ 0\1 \' t 1\ 0" thisoilrdur \lur. .... 1ft aareMe. .eeeel

!I I a m. to 4 p. m. on Friday and 9 .1 =_ \ ,' ired tof it AI.d-w ae.d. ... b h .
Night I i a m. to 4 p. m. on Saturday. All .r i''9 cbc e1s1Y ';l1sR eolet o nil ha.k .......... Awe eeni
;" items are priced extremely reasonably -,I do erer'ith 0' eotnPt ,"og. t 0 d N.wJeet.t w MM e.........e1.
The regular promenade of Voi- ranging from 5c to EISn 0. OII't\ dots 0\1' \,oe.ded.. t....! I p t- tr eMetrq .

A .t : turn Locale 728 40 and 8, fu Proceeds of the sale will be """,_.....;: la.tc0"0"Y o.t y re'\I" 't,_ ...+ ..... ew. ....... es ea. .
1 I.. .'S'i the American Legion used for welfare work by the tiset d Q .
air eae"I organization of the Junior v\e ,e.s 011"H-'-' we w t!
Woman Club.
.11/r r ......tri Jl 1 sO C) a m will Uf held tomorrow (Fri ..... he hO'pt
_, __, I Irt "t the Mutiroe I day I at the Post Home at 8 p. m IN MEMORY OF MI "1 the p\l'e. t)
,
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Vti ......... TM yxiw.S .... Voting Voyageur in the city MRS. CATHERINE: : CARBONS: r 1 c a.
Ih 1 w at Yuck sad are eordiall invited to attendVoyaeur r1" ,, 'A r, D IP
_
fin ,.. I Bill Ghch is in Our Dear Mother passed away :.., U- "" ", "' ''''.1/
F- I charge of the supper to be served I II Just one year ago today. L- .. .. f

1, .... .... wepiaat .. eILt after the adjournment of the Shes not gone, she'd just away; f- .
...... ........... tvade. She lives in our hearts every day
.
irn
I --.. ..... aeia .1"wie' : I'I' TIlE FAMILY. TIDE' WORKS EXtRA.MIRACLES' IN: IfARD! WATER! OCEANS OF SUDSl NO WATER SOFTENERS XtJDID! -

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Sabsribl To The Citizen. dec2-ltx '-- -- -- -
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HUM! .\\\c: : .(;:\1:11: a t *rM>ck of the best displays' '
will !M> ntadtt for the final judging a: mJ<<.
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I Wtnncn will be announcedat -m '- i-m -* m noi i i m at J F r- r* "r< TW t'A'T* --*
dsp s.--Lr rl..tl..ad.. ..e.rw.r. Aa....74 M 1 00 |.m. on Januaiy 1, 1949. wAND

.t-.. Pall w. .w. .- ttetrillg.1 A WORD TO THE WIVES SUFFICIENT
....-1.> .. ....-..... MrMMl- pat irdg M. I TM Craew BELLS Thai Good
.. .. ..... ......Mal ..wveyslow -
___ .. STAR BRAND
ISOt lalAa -
THAT WORD, LADIES IS "VALUES" CHECK THESE FLAG
"+.f. Ywr ofT AMERICANand ,
.... .. .... COFFEE
w' MH th. CUBAN
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5'-4 vretHajw
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wa 7e M *iaai$ tarn
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:.: where I sic_fy Joe Marsh I Q

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.: Why Dutch it. at FAUSTO'S .

; Growing a Beard
I' 600 St. Phone 48 ; .I ,
....... Fleming e
,.... 1...1 II.Na' .ettled" and the die U rut they
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I /b 1 e.4l.c. acee" the verdict in a spirit of
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war p A a1 I bat il iel be when
....HI ..!...* ...- it node!.ear diffrrrarr of..pis.i IC SPRY riMIiK)
.... .... ..... 1.11..11- 'isar .... hale ,.a!,. t.le for beer ae ypr
a ha .. ... .. heir. f.t.rile beterVe-others.,
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'p-. nb tin( Ww t.1. for rider !I. fart e all hue

p.-.-Iharb.....alto........W.......iwtraw .ebrlt dilerirre. *. IUI.*that f tale.dor. m...dial.t mean everyIbiKI that. S -- t.B TALL .
.,.irioahae..m M ..... ...caat live lacelaer, IB a spirit of ALL BAKING 3 CAN 99c 4 CANS 49C
...S....-. iwd (hU...laip.t9. FRYING SAVE lrECOUPONS .
..........J-. .r_.MtoW _M \, _
lbali. e.lal- W aMrr. rtbyr. f IGtae MIZ.e I -
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e.ris.s I. rot SIwt Ib I QUANTITY. RIGHTS RESERVED SAVO BRAND ::
-- '. '"'irW: ;{ n= ...... PRICES EFFECTIVE;
( .rigA..Ie*1 au..l. Jurer Uret,ers fea.JaOoe. i' ..,.. 'l- \. -;I"i* 'iPi. B L E A C H I _f ..<<;.t'' -i :w- .PEC. 2. 3. GAd 4

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ARCHERS'SUPERETTE Ff11JI R U P p EM
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KNOWN
FAr;GY SWEET 1 7 C d 1

MARKET Potatoes 2b\ { tvt +; 2 :;:R :C _Gf w CEAN,/MEATY d Bacon )b.59clb.51c.

WMcI I'vna.a Order from This Leading Store.
We Meet ALL Advertued Prkes bun.9c" RICE
-Tc 2 \
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Premium. Quality Foods at the Lowest Prices I! CarroTS J : RIBS /
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y.... MEAT sad GROCERY MONEY Will Go Further Here ,,--. ,-- :: t1 ..) .,,...?::. :Jq( &
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HAMS. Ib. 58c
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FRESH SKINNED PORK l1t W AlUU1S. 4S \ ./ ( ".!:'j..)_I\- .
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Q1ab A .*..1.! .. BEEF Grade "A" Boneless BEEF : z+" YELLOW GLOB ) \\ts.11ct c.-U L7C!

STEW Ib. 65cARMOURY ROAST Ib. 65c i p.\ ONIONSm \ l I! -. I ,. .:, w, : PORK \oast Ib 47c

j <1 \A pjj'; i tj RENDERED .
STAR PICNIC WILSON'S PURE ftit .
HAMS Ib. 48c LARD Ib. 26c +! i"\, lUSCIOUS APES EM?t:RO. 2lbs.23c\ .'. ''7-, r A''tl,1''" PURE L RD "' I
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(.OI-H-.K;{) . lb.) 49cADOLPHtS t'..c pSches) I It ;r 7 CANS 33c iiirREET

LONG GRAIN VIENNA 2 LBS.ICItE fi 3: sv/ANSOtJ S CH'CKEtiFRICASSEE'! J isr

: 1 His.) 2'JcI ( SAUSAGE. 29c .I C x: kt\:\ ( ) .

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OTS. HYPROBLEACH. 'i GAL. HYPROBLEiVCII. 57c
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HALVES --- N, NOODLE SOUP MIXLIPTON1S .
\\I'U\TKI\ () ) MILK 2 cans,\ 25tEDl'YS !P. -s.OU1. < BEE PURE is'3 E a.. GATOR ROACH .............'- '---",- )
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I' I fLAVOR.S HONE HIVES DO( '''c, -
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K. .:< ORAPE PINT PINT BOTTLE I ;...:4 PKG. I JAR CHILI e.: if "Na.Ott. Gail '4 LUx CAhS"' 2 7c

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6 N N A s \> BAR Oc
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The Sion That' Scivcs You 5.srIII I
Us Your PROCTER and GAMBLE COUPONS
I llriuuin Mrrl Key West, Florida iI I
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! TlfURiDAY DECEMBER 2. 1948 THE.KEY, 57EST. CITIZEN .- -- r

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!' Key West End I FLOOD THREATENS IFTH; STREET BRIDGE AT l\IACON.\ I IA'


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I Ii B y 0. H. HUDSONfChirB.gn 1 ,
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! r Key 1111 gals FUv-U you travel I

1.1. 'to an .automobile this Is the end! $
rf the line. There Is no place to'

au .M back for you are already

as*ce than 100 miles! out to sea .
from the mainland of the United'
I
6Utc and the overseas highway a1t us

I,. Mop However here, the average visitordoewil w ",se jn1i' + WHITE and PETRONIA STREETS

f ....... Thep back is + ,

I .Jdst M exeiunc and beautiful as :,
; U.Journey out.and there's*noth-
: .INC .>aH* bke it in thin world. --Fresh '"

: Tke riflrida keys, a string of ..
MEATS
Quality
j Wets stretching southwest intotN rPOTATOES
Gulf of Mexico from the norMa -
peniAMila, terminate at Key
West 1M males by road from Mi- AND VECETABUX .
.Md. Once the renter of Florida's ARMOUR'S STAR PICNICHAMS .

...*r malung industry with a \<> i ..
r HiUttiio predominAntly Latin.
the town languished for years; ler.p
YOtk Hie V S. navy made it one, Cello Wrapped LbARMOUR'S 43c $ I
.,sN ....| impurtant Atlantic
...... .M! tum.U began to disAMK g'U. I _
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the eKambrr of cum I COLONIAL SUG.fU.cUIlEDBACON .JIMS.. 22r t
-OTre |*Hui the usual rloridar e ,
f H...r a..ar>p..mnfn nearly 200.evra. .- I I
10* rarrying abnut half a !
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I .... -... II \ELLOU' < UItlitKSQUASH
3 w IMMI m-ii4 paid the $1..0< 57 :
|w bola ................ person tollMTI Lb. .
way *M |4.e vmra hiRhwa ; -
.. Mil yr and the bonded .:. $
aMrt M .w..... paid all ahead of
( ) Wircphotoo
sr.anlnte < I ARMOUR'S' STAR CELLOFRANKS;
...... ut '111 llvnry( M nader.l RECORD,HIGH FLOOD WATER of the Ocmulgee river (top) races. under the Fifth street bridge 1,1:. e ]15c
all*-i MNM >..*.' work and $SO,. a I Macon. Ga, at such a furious pace that engineers fear the old concrete span might crash. r
HMI. A kkMl W.+n ..,.-".. Mull! his They have closed it to traffic and are.digging a diversionary channel across a section of Macon's I ",
t V..Mft. Rat Cutt railroad into
Main street to relieve the pressure on the struc ture. Bottom: Bulldozers and steam shovel crews Lb.49c
K v W td ....4 OMluwn uf 20.000 >,\,II* +
.. .huhul fc> the. mainland by auf .hurriedly construct the channel in hopes_ thai some of the torrents can be diverted that way before -

_*, I****** and trestles that it's,too late. I

i4r...... ..... inland to Ulandw ------- --.- BEANS J JAtfc
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/ /,8. COLORED I'/flATS-OLEONUMAID"
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.is 90 iwtle away and aMIVMM r
traia) ferry and pasrenei ill "Swedibh subjects" must register -! have so far not applied for the
.by ir... sprang up King Entitled r and the king was not a suo- I pensIOn. 141;. e 15'
....' lect. !
Hut tttrv ., reckon with 42c i
M..*..M* N.*uf. On Labor day To Pension The king and the crown prince Subscribe To The Citizen. .
1.. a .KiMncMte caused such
........ IM tie railroad aban- ': ;
STOCKHOLM-(A)-Ninety- ; HUMCABBAGE
IMrr.l ILI lahS rather than at- :
..to..t a. .-.w it year-old King Gustav of Sweden iRMOUR'S ALL-WHITE "(f-.t" MEDIUM 1 1W.
The .I....M and bridges.: still will receive 1,000 crowns in
i-iMM.... I.P j
---r came into being sends in an application.; Crown j. Q *
.fa* Ww ..... rNMlbrd of the FEC.: Prince Gustave Adolf will be entitled EGGS IN CARTONS Doz. 67 I ;
T'M.." ........... non drive for to the same amount next C e a 54'r
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iixs* awi watHt marine life an- year
IH. M the AlUfttic"twtule his According to the new census H 1
(n..| .e.t ownpani6n contem- registration regulations all ..
Y/Mes. Mw OMIt of Mexico the Swedish citizens must be regis-, NABISCO OR REGULAR HUNTS
!.....< t-KctMwe of water over tered and all registered* citizens f/
..Krli ly travel being arbitrar- are entitled to old age pension' nEi..
.i s tfcAnMl he cef rapher* ere tsalfML from the age of 6TIn.the -add. a TRillSANDWICH- : MONTECOFFEE BARTLETTPEARS ;
half oeean.Owawt regulations it was directed that
the lark of advertising --.--- ------- I Iwph
$w tors are becoming a mecca:
Iw* ............ ,"w.I&aN lodges :
wwl" ap.rtr ett S an-1 homes r-/\ -
.r.- .prsernll. up all along the
. bwla.ws_ has built a l'N&
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If -
.I MMI. P*< house on Jewfish ..
.u.> Lie ........ who want to
-..... .>"'r between Miami and / 7dp70ff04' ) GOLD BORDEN'S NONE.SUCH KINO COLE SMALL |P
: i laThe hu teky U complete
wiaK BWIMSMMC pool restaurant

.I ...* .>Mat i ....... at moderate -5. V ....:{ "....-..... ": I GRAPEFRUITSECTIONS MINCE MEAT9oz. GREENLIMA
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Kef West u tfuite an expert v) I
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MM M itaM Spanish is almost I BEANS
la- ......... .. Etuhh and the washes everything PKG . l8c \
KNtSMlt )OM Kar if listening to a I
naiivr .... .. rail. world, cockney '
ltav>. "..... from the Baham-I I FASTER CLEANER WHITER BRIGHTER I NO 2 CAN 29C <*
.MM wfcu MrMmaHy settled the I NO. 2 CAN | Jc ARMOUR
....! Rw.i for the. visitor. Uk | ,

.nc aMu nMMMleratifNi that one is than any soap. .. in hardest water! ;I NO. j CAN nrren: FAN ;
and CORNEDBEEF
1M milaB at sea everything GOLDEN CAM STTLC \
! .._ kw trwHi over, a toll high- ,

.... t.itf\aMre favorably with I IIt.s $
..u.... .'........ '_.\a. Caroline is II I AFOOD CORN J
...._ htttl h.t I
.o.u.at.h w1'' 'hJch.re&SU. fahulous
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diSCovery from CoI" hday 2Cans. 25c REG CAN 45C
,.......-..T..-YY -Yyyyyr a .- q Peet the .P almolive, .
f laboratoric .
.TBONO AAM BltAKO COrm Even .
;:.,. < Wash extra-dirt
i .. gets extra-clean! Yt I CRUNCHY OR SMOOTH WT1 M r,H J>
tllltlMPIIllrKKK .
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Ato. ,
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( << washing SCIentific
SI I IIX 1 I gene trates principl.materials tYhen yore wash,I''An TOMA TOJUICE PEANUTBUTTER 5

.i faster and
.. thoroughly than more SYRUP12oz.
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soap .
pushes ..
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rich sod; to't I 26CPIE
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extra clothes
-clean and .. I Iy

RUPTURED ? z ,, whiter": lIowing"cleaner Soap no graying"scum ash gets or I 46-oz. CAN .. 29CSHORTENING 12'oz. ClASS! 32cPINEAPPLE *
with :
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NONSKIDEXCELSIOR } --J I ;, FLAKOCUCUMBER DOLE |>
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TRUSSES. i ( ; BAKE RITE $



Wash verall Erin crimiest*, work >:..v I' I i t 8-oz.PKG. . 17 C MB CAN . .. 44c JUICE J JNO
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Ingredient tets White and planet clothes \' 'fi/if;.
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;'biter_._Colors .
a+' oyulous new ingTedienl in. faster with FAB (.Jt.I HEINZ FRESH HUNT'S 2 CAN . |9t *
1'ea a f whiter with SUPER-
i I white wash 4 i
tOAD gets clearer. And' WETTING ACTION! ;x
I I sod
cLon Drightcr to "Y 1ow" I TOMATOSAUCE r
there is no soap BCUm FAB 12 OZ CAN PaUl PAN

white was? O dal raycolors ng soap scum left WHOLE; KEftWCt..P. .

.f/.l.cd_ C8tnM'eM also previoUS removes soap laundering. I ipy +

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lilt P....... $U C... VaieU fall !I fy.wash and dishes' I : miea t:::= r

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1 ........AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. &&&AA&A&AAAAAAAAAAAAA. By Tb Citizen's WashingtonCorrespondentTo BAER' S
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-- MMf lijnjf. Taking I Mart-, Fellow Don't Have Train Civilians For New Warfare OliVIA

1l.rn TliiKT i Think. Mn t Lr,..* Write, Kay Says 901 DUYAL ST. COR.
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the that local i
Expressing hope the pare communities for action i
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.Ir. ttat j earaleia.ka .to efforts for the PHONE :
1'1' ............... maintenance of whenever enemy danger occurs. i
will succeed and the
.., ........ tatrR Uniform Traffic peace con- "Civil defense," reads the report, 1 '
I viction that the United States
r" Atilrt h. ....... '. "well II When You Shop
a does not want war. the Office oX' organized and trained, will 20 Days to Christmas, and Every Day You SAVE More
I ..... .." i
J" eveni.ti : be ready to
Civil Defense Planning after rescue and care for I
.. tliurk gait .lea Signs ASkC(1CENEVAUPIEuropean seven months' study, has concluded the victim, save lives, reduce I in Our Market. Jammed Full of TASTY FRESH FOODS. Pleasant :

I I ttssq-a rw. .lN.._. sssiths grid ire ys.i traffic bility of that war even requires a remote the United possi-I' store suffering.facilities.'put out Civil fires defense and re- I! Courteous Service Assure You of Complete Satisfaction at Baer s Siore

I w.. at .Mliu1 .. ...... experts have worked out :a eventuality.States to be" "prepared for any. would tell survivors of an atomic

j ... .... Nlpe formula for giving motorists inmost
tarot in bomb Hall
Civil defense does not involvethe attack to avoid contaminated I TENDERIZED Whole Shank
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lift .. .nt<< of Europe traffic signals functions of the armed forces areas until danger is passed lb. 59c
READYtoEATSMOKED HAMS
..A.rr. pbsld .... pats. and warnings in the same size but it is designed to emphasize -and civil defense would know Average 10 to 16 Ibs.
.eillwK. of tile slat. rwt and and color if not in the same lan- the joint responsibility of Federal -I t heareas. It would tell them to I
'-It. si.asaa. State and Community dispose of contaminated
___ I ..... a ........ hdl.d c\Uge. in the work of minimizing governments be careful what clothing
they touch orl I GRADE "A" BABY BEEF-U. S. Government GradedSTEAK
aldl .. I s..4 New. Working under the auspices of alarm panic destructionand eat and to take other preventive
aisr. --u. ....... t'NW4' I
': the Economic Commission for death should an enemy at-I measures. If they were ill from
.4 r br. ta.y1M. iftM.Wa..t.. Eun e a working party on road tack this country and, particu- radiation, it would furnish bloodto SIRLOIN IkFRESHKILLED 69c
t_ .... ry M .V ersi.ry aedr larly, the preparation and equip- restore their health and it
d ttilw tiw ...... traffic conditions has drafted rec DELMONICO .
wen ment to meet "any that would move about in stricken ,
... .. RhrM' a....... K.... ommendations. Some of the puz- -an enemy may use."weapon i areas, restoring calm, reassuring

!t MM wailrtrll .. MM this.. NQI chng and hair-raising signs now Calling attention to the great the frightened, removing the ill
,
FLORIDA
.
Rtsak POULTRYHENS
thseekyrt in use will be scrapped.I losses of life in enemy cities attacked or the homeless."
..... flat_ a ..... S. thisu.slnsi. The
during World War II, the report stresses the obliga- j
I The experts also reached
........ r sbis "--. report asserts that the death rate tion of the individual to do TURKEYS. .
agreement on traffic light systems 69c
.... -.c. If JOY and a routine of signals fori would have been lower if adequate everything possible in an emergency I Lb. 59c Lb.
.. ... I
.. r Qrrta. rw atow traffic policemen which will Civil Defense" had been installed with the family as a unit 1 1I DUCKS FRYERS

w tt1iLtlw 'mean the same thing in any England "might have I(I handling its own problems as I II
tttg. .... ...... ,
a us.pa. down to defeat had she not far as it can do so. When this I
( At the motionsof gone is
talaM CIIIIr ...... we had a country present prepared and trained her I I insufficient the CORN-FED WESTERN
peoplein
traffic policemen interpreted community
are 49c
p.-fill"k Und- variously and a "go" sign advance, so that they knew I'organized and equipped, gets to II WHOLE HALF Pure Pork Sausage *
I M talking what to do and how to do it work to meet the crisis and, if or
.. .tr..... .. in one country may mean the opposite -
r 1. to a bw4rfwlf'MittM. a hundred miles when the enemy planes and all this is inadequate, mutual aid 48
.... parked at away. '' C
-.n and mobile
buzz-bombs came over. reserves from other
I The recommendations of the
"0 .wa .ni: t.": :r .;:nd asks the working party are now being The recommendations are communities will come to the) Pork Loin Roast Lb. Suc EO Breakfast Bacon "> 55cMILKFED

mailed' to all governments of Europe based upon the recognition that rescue. When all this has been I
t for consideration. It is plan the atomic bomb chemical and done, without calling upon the I
tie ned to include the approved version I other special weapons require armed defense of the nation, WHITE VEALVeal
i special skills and efficient ', which may be engaged in other I
of opera-
.. the uniform system in the
international 1 convention on road I tion if catastrophic loses are to I operations the military will{i Chops' LB. 49c Veal. Roast lb. 49c
i traffic now being drafted by the be avoided. A single atomic come to the assistance of the'
a commission. bomb, dropped on a large city, civil authorities and, in the final
I The traffic experts agreed that Ii might cause 100,000 casualties, stage, put martial rule into ef- I

I a. .a warning signs such as those at including 40,000 deaths but fect.We Round VEAL CUTLETS lb. 69c
a will injuredand give this brief of Bone
crossroads should be triangularin measures save many summary I .
shape with a red border and prevent further suffering by the proposed civil mobilization !

with dark symbols on a light others. Consequently, adequatecivil plan. outlined in nearly three I IN CARTONS
I background. Prohibitory or man- defense involves organization hundred pages, not for the pur-

datory signs, used for one-way of individuals, families, i pose of frightening readers but j SPARE 4CI LB. 2Se
streets and prescribed routes, communities and, in reserve, the I so that every American will RIBS LB. PURE LARD

would be circular, with a red fullest emergency powers of I understand the possibilities that j
I border and white lettering on a State and Federal Governments.The I are connected with warfare m
blue background. Informative report recommends a civil the future. it is imperative that I GRADE "A-A" LAMBCHOPS
sign will be rectangular, with defense agency in the executive an adequate civil defense be ,
i: each country choosing its color. branch of each State Government available if this country becomes Lb. 69c LEGS ik 69c
headed by a director, and involved in war. To take care of .
I embracing civil defense organizations the dangers and tQ be preparedto
Juice By throughout the area, with meet the emergencies is not
.. ____ adequate authority for Chief to sabotage the continual effortof LEAN PICNIC SUGAR-CURED SHIPPED MISS. GRADE 'A LARGE X. CrtoM
KU3SELL KAY Executives to delegate additional our statesmen to find a wayto

; Mto Typewriter fluffing The Gallon authority to heads of local gov- keep the peace of the world HAMS LB. 45c I EGGS Dom 63eINNT5
ernments In connection with and to maintain the safety and I
s rw Lack- eI E.riM LAKELAND W( >)-Like your emergency needs. security of the United States

t. orange juice by the gallon! Generally, the idea is to pre without warfare. j
.a. ..L "k tt.t your car, Then go to the Citrus School at 73.Uz. Size DEL MONTE NO. 2Vz: SIZE IIU1'tiw: 2'1 y w

i ......, ..." tHe groweri Florida Southern College Lakeland IN HEAVY SYRUP-TABLE
pHHk 1 MM fw >frtttt> I dent Florida. I The Corporations Are Persons9 Joker II Tomato Sauce I Iurplc lhllRH

t |MkVfeMi. rti.>n4i tu that Over 80 gallons a day are delivered
... ... __ .'psi k it" by the marketing class to Not every American under I I:our law gives to human beings I 3 19c PEACHES CAN 31 C Uk
cans can
...... M 4M.rtMHtcd that the campus soda shop local restaurants stands the influence that the is to extend benefits without
tlt"f .... Mr..11I. .. "rVkrt"at soda fountains and super Supreme Court of the United,'quiring obligations.The re-I
Alattw tr a. r..asen all markets at the same price of States has had upon the nation I' U.Ox. Bottle STOKLEY'S I 3 CANS CAMPBELL'S I PETER PAN JAM I 2 CANS CAMPMU.YCATSUP.
arises

.tgs/4tig.gtllLi.. oAlai.i. ..t.n.s r>f marninf 4t to Malt and. any Fonda soft drink.Southern College is located or'the the Court manner have in which broadened opinionsof the 'when the question different mainly states attemptto 23c I Tomato Soup 29c I Peanut Butter 29c I IPork&lleans in-:!

M. slues M |.uM brndinctmyU in In orange grove in the apparent meaning of law. regulate corporations domiciled -
.... w plw a u( bottles! heart of the citrus belt and the As an illustration, the Supreme : in other states. In, such KRATTS VELVEETA
... wr jtstee sic tttc door' Citrus School is the only one of Court many years ago, inter legal battles the first line of defense COUNTRY ROLL :
.... d .. .... ...... r..tomer.bounding. its kind. The marketing class preted the Fourteenth Amend- of the corporation attorneyis CHEESE V2-lb. Box 27c
i AhaMMar. the sr.storrier'shr. picks the oranges washes squeezes ment to include corporations the "due process" clause of the
gaMtir. .... ... bottles, sells and delivers the which thus extends to them the f''Constitution which was passed BUTTER 6 7 I
If.. .. ..... dip in the juice as a project in marketing. benefits of the Amendment's ban without any idea that it affectedthe 'IB. C BISCUITS

tiiss111i4rai ...... and seat The students are also shipping on depriving "any person of life : legal status of corporations. I 2 for 25'
I .
.aalw tlbs/t1g MM.r friend. the citrus gift boxes for the student liberty or property without due i The far reaching consequences
...-.. Mi.fi ,..., for JOY. body of the college to their families process of law." of this judicial construction have I OZARK
..-. astit- bad Nat licking out of the state of Florida. It should be obvious to every been largely responsible for the I NY T rIME
303 Size GREEN
...--lMa w1M.. they spray him intelligent human being that a I phenomenal growth of corpor- I Turnip Greens GIANT PUDDINGS
u "" PNISVIeleI4. the corporation is not a person. It ate structures in the United I I
M.rr ....-. "f..Me.n you Electricity For cannot assume the obligations of I Ia States. It illustrates the fact, well I 2 PEAS. 2 CANS
l.w.. laces wrsiws week. for God's citizen. Neither is it endowed known to students of American 9Rc 35CPk q1..9(
lab frwe s..4 apt on some Soviet Farms with a social conscience nor capable -I history that the law is passed by Cans .

*I.: of bearing arms in defenseof legislators but interpreted by the
ttttP a. tsrttsag the' 8M MOSCOW-UV-Soviet collective a nation. To hold that a corporation courts and that in many instances j ALL BRANDS DEL MONTE
.*Ml .. !>..>.> KMn Miami. farms have put into is a person, entitled to the interpretation is more
sale .te terf a II..M| bulk man tion already this year more opera-col- all the rights and privileges that I important than the law. MILK 3 CANS 38c COFFEE Lb. 49c I I24OZ.
w M. i.Mgr.a agissld M an sees lective farm hydroelectric sta- I( .
!sl e.ae aa4 w.w hove ig lots of tn.ru than
... ... I were previously put New Ideas About Depreciation; II
_ttD__. .....pr.r"Atl,wy ngfct a legal" he. years.into operation during the past 30 FRESH. JAR CUCUMBER HEINZ' 3-LB. CAN SHORTENING Is GALLON

.... ...MS8 way trader un- I Ierr Corporations are beginning to mate that American corporations CLOROX 27c
.. ... d the ........ "sorwss circles and start talking worry a bit over the cost of replacement -I have about $150.000,000,000 in I PICKLES 32c Bakerite $1.05

itar Mr a.eu .M ..Now tell the world would be turkey of their plants which, I I depreciable assets, old and 2
lot PACKAGE
a
as igi11M. ............. I IIltp. better they estimate:; will cost them{I I
alls carried at
.. heke.l hM bps off.Maybe Honda much more than their original i Practically new'j English Budded LB. OAK1TE 2Sc
siatL -w.IL I ..*.* "That felt this that citrus growers investment. nal cost during the next SEASON'S VERY CHOICESTFRESH
year they didn't WALNUTS. 49c
were a* tar. a* Iw *.,*. HM WHwrnw have much to be thankful for Some corporations notably the or thirty years many of PACKAGE
,
MMMfiMl *.*. MI team. hke an but they gotta admit they've had U. S. Steel Corporation, have plants will have to be replaced. GREEN
.. t. raaltbwk Glaring at cent to depre- I SOFT SHELLPECANS DREFT 2>
4 55 more fuss made over 'em the added sixty per Meanwhile the corporations will c
.
him taj. ......., sh.4t.s. You last few months than ciation charges to cover the vast- CABBAGE
other be allowed to Lb.
any charge off as 5c
lb. 49c
Mitt. pest ttsoti-we don't care group in the state. Maybe if all ly higher cost of replacement. I DCDCIOVt
MMS* aI'e' are offi- original costs only a part of the
::: w citrus interests would gather together The charge is justified by I
4. 1..Mt you KNOW of their cials because present plants are cost of replacement.
." The little& guy count their blessings own accord instead and of wearing out and when replaced The issue is important becausethe 'I For Your U. S. NO. 1 WHITEPotatoes Fruit CakesChuck

lit' a MMute. then recounting their problems will have to be paid for at a accounting method followedwill '

.. M w. Hn# M said might get somewhere but they much higher price. have an effect upon earn- : Full
... I.... 1 seta think. I don't trust each other. they For many years, accountants ings reported and upon taxes i FRUITCAKE 10ibs37c Fruits and Nuts
.m. tafwaaw... I .Mtt talk --Ith-I 1 I Makes me think of the old have calculated depreciation on I to be paid by the corporations .
..... ........... : rabbit who for had I I the original cost but, in recent Incidentally the corporations are 2 Ibs.
years led I
.. ... ........viftC will the hounds a chase. years, with vastly increased not in such a bad fix, because
merry Final RADISHES
4. a tflttt-1 .f the pM& when this'1 ly the dogs felt costs everywhere some have I the Commerce Department esti- $1.50
......>. Nuts i4i weary way into 1 1eaf.1 and decided they sorry would for make him urged that depreciation be based I I mates their net income at around SCALLIONS 2 for 19 C S1.75

.... I MAp wondering9MbiraM him a proposition. All the on replacement costs. Most accountants -I seventeen and one-half billion CITRON CHERRIES $2.60TASTY
dogs
wh. .. tile lhq did that I I who had enjoyed stick to the old methodand I dollars for the last year. By comparison ,
..... .... t4 Dnmocrat were, rabbit gathered chasing the the American Institute of four billion dollars was PINEAPPLE
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,,'" Take Some Year To Find Out ELEVEN
] SCHOOLS REPRESENTED ON 1948

CITATION BETTER THAN I

ON A.P.'S AMERICA FOOTBALL ELEVEN


IAN 0' WAR? '

ALL-AMERICA
Br FRANK ECK

AP Newtieatures Sports Editor -. -
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||.KEW YOftK- .;nl Lakep number of years before a true com- !
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Mrljnum! lie formed: .btw jen' Citation, the horse of the year, and 4Ij; .

Man. O' War.Citation.

is just a baby as horses go. He is only three years old CHARLIE JUSTICE '

and wont be four until January 1, the universal birthday. of all North Carolina =1t
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Many comparisons have been made between Citation and Man

()" War. But the best way to*compare the two at this moment now *

that Citation has finished his 3-year-old career, would be to say > "

the two rolls measure fairly even as far as their victories are con- .It':
cernrrt.
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Citation won eight out of nine races asa juvenile compared with -

Man. O' War's nine out of 10. As a 3-year-old Citation took 17 deruions i -'stira

out of 18. Big Red 11 out of 11. Citation has earned $330,250

compared with Man O' War's $249,465. But it must be remembered i

that Big Red raced when $50,000 purses were the exception rather R

than the rule. ;k
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At their respective careers, the
Special no ewner was brazen'enough
records show that Man 0' War with D
to argue his best
was railed on to carry more Citation. The result was a walk-I DOA tF
weight than Citation. As two-
a
over for the Calumet Comet. ,e WALKER 1
.r-old. Big Red five times
) won
Man 0' War was so highly regarded j
with 130 his back
pounds on and
in his lone after beating eight othei Sou'he,,, J
defeat to Upset in the in the I II
horses, including Upset,
Sanford Stakes at Saratoga, the Preakness in 1920 that his last
MethodiJf'S
Glen Riddle Farms' ,
colt carried I 110 races found him with little
130 pounds to Upset's 115. Cita- fI
I contention. In three of his last CHUCK BEDNARIK
tion has carried such BOBBY STUART ART MURAKOWSKI
no weight.As
10 runs he faced only two other Pennsylvania >>
Northwestern
,
Man O' Army
a three-year-old starters. In one race three oth-

War won with 131 pounds in the I ers sought to'beat him and in the .. Sf _
Miller at Saratoga, 135 in the!I remaining six he raced against) ... ,
Stuyvesant at Jamaica and with !I one other starter. I j T r
1U in the Potomac at Havre de!I Citation's four-year-old career! ;

Grace. Citation toted no such probably will start with the Hia-i _
weight, his heaviest burden during -leah winter meeting in Florida i ii
1948 being 126 pounds. Onlyin i Both the $25,000 McLennan Memorial '
the Stars and at Arlington '
Stripes on Feb. 19 and the $50.-
Park was he asked to concede 000 Widener the following week
actual weight to older horses. '. appear to be tailor made for Ci- '':
In that race he was rigged:i tation. There is a weight ceiling ',
with 119 pounds of jockey (Eddie'! of 130 pounds in these events.

Arcaro) and equipment I If he wins one or both races|i a1
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Weight will stop a freight:.1 I there's no telling how much'' BARNEY POOLE- BILL FISCHER ROD FRANZ BUDDY BURRIS LEO NOMEUIN! DICK RIFENBURQ
train, as the race track adage 1),I weight the handicappers will a"- I Mississippi Notre Dame California Oklahoma Minnesota Michigan
goes, and it has stopped many a i'' sign him in future events. It !j
horse, including Man 0' War. I will be up to Warren Wright. the ,

After Big Red ended his three-.I master of Calumet Farm to de-j!
year-old career Owner Samuel[vide whether Citation will run] THE 1948 AP ALL-AMERICA
D. Riddle asked Walter S. Vos-.i additional handicaps at four or];,
burg veteran New York handicapper -; enter stud such as the illustrious I Il

what weight he woulassign [, similar age. Position Player and College Class Age Height Weight Home Town ,j

his great horse as a four'carold. j END DICK RIFENBURG, Michigan SENIOR 22 6-3 197 SAGINAW, Mich.

) Vosburgh never pull dCOMMENT LEO NOMELL1NI Minnesota JUNIOR 2462 250 MINNEAPOLIS, ,
TACKLE ,
his punches. It was his job t :! ON
weight down horses in ; GUARD PAUL BURRIS, Oklahoma SENIOR 25 5.11 210 MUSKOGEE, O/J .

races in an effort to bring all ol: CENTER CHARLES BEDNARIK, Peiinsjhaiiia SENIOR 23 6-J 233 RETII EHEM. Viii
them to the wire in a dead heat SPORTS
GUARD ROD FRANZ, California JUNIOR 23 6-1 208 SAN HAN 4 tCO
"If he wins, his first race as a I,
four-year-old I will put the ,'By ED SIMSWASHINGTON I TACKLE WILLIAM FISCHER, Noire Dame SENIOR 212 226 CIHClCO

heaviest weight on him ever carried END BARNEY POOLE, Mii!!ippi SENIOR 21 6-3 220 GLOSTE,
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by a thoroughbred, said .1
Vosburgh. DC,-Since 1 BACK BOBBY STUART, Army SENIOR 21 5.11 173 TULSV Oj

Rather than risk injury to Big I the political polls have fallen 1 BACK DOAK WALKER, Southern Melhotli-l JUNIOR 21 5.11 168 DAUAS, Tex,

Red Riddle retired him to stud.i i i from the public's grace, other BACKBACK CHARLIE JUSTICE, North Carolina JUNIOR 21 a 10 165 ASIaS1L7 n.
Man O War spent 22 years in rating systems have come under i iI 195 1157
I ART MURAKOWSKI, Northwestern JUNIOR 23 6-t IIC1C j
stud. A total of 386 foals were I I fire. Here in Washington there'sa I
sired by Man O' War. Those that I' growing number of news '
raced won 172 stake races worth I hounds who feel that rating sys- "
a total of 1776.520, until this I tems used to determine national ,*, t

yeaSome of Big Red's sons! rank in football are for the birds. I forty eight states, but if he is up I teams lost, isn't a good indication 1917 All-America 916 till-tint
an ddaughters are still racing.1 Not as in baseball's organized j I
that such a team deserves the
against North Carolinaand
That's something that can't be where each team plays Michigan, i Baldwin. UCLA.
leagues, i E-Burr
; conference crown. It may be the E-Paul C 1 ear y. Southern
said for Citation until the I California on successive Sat-
new every other the same number of j :
schedule that did it for the unde- California T-Dick Huffman. TenneMtG
champion gets to the stud at.. games, the college football picture ) urdays, he isn't going too far. I feated team. But to the undefeated T-Bob Davis. Georgia Tech
Calumet Farm. is little bit of On the other hand Wilie Weldon Rice
I a everythingin goes the conference crown G-SlcTe Suhey. Penn State Humble
It will be only then that Cita- the way of schedules. The! I II Jones, of Georgia Tech, might I on every occasion. C-Charles Bednarik. Pennsyh'ania. C-Paul Duke. Georgia Tech
tion will have a chance at another -!strongest team may be beaten on follow ten husky blockers and .
Man O War's record. Mil j one or two occasions, while some I trample over teams from small: the And All-American now we get teams around, which to G-William Fisher. Notre G-Alex Agase. Illinois

lions of people some who had I team without a loss may be playing t colleges. But he isn't necessar- I(are just about as unscientific as Dame T-G e o:>>rg. Conaar.: Notre
never even seen a race horse,j a "breather" schedule, and i ily the greatest ground gainer in i political polls. As long as we T-Richard Harris. Texas Dame
visited Big Red in his retirement: be ranked at the top. the country. E-William Swiacki. Columbia
I had to choose of them we'd
at Faraway Farm before he died Then the records that are so: r Again, spirit has a lot to do one Notre Dame E-Elmer Madar. Michigan
] j I prefer Grantland Rice's system- B-John Lujack.
in the fall ot 1947. Many more i widely kept as to the country's with college football, and be- i which depends on the choices of B-Rcbert ChappuU. Michi- B-John Lujack. Notre Dame
will visit the bronze statue which i leading runners, passers, etc.they're cause one team whipped another 1
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lists on Big Red's grave. (I results of the schedulea that whipped today's opponentisn't coaches Some of all the over others the are farcial.country. B-Ray gan Evans. KansasB B-Charles Trippi. Georgia

Veteran horsemen trainers team plays in most cases,I any sure reason to expecta I I ,: B- oak Walker. Southern B-Glenn Davii. Army
and owners-feel that Citation is though there are exceptions. victory. Likewise because one j Thus in football the ratings. Methodist B-Felix Blanchard. Army
another Man 0' War. In the re-| Snerdville A & M. might have team is undefeated in conferenceplay j I the rankings, and conference
rent winner-take-all Pimlico.the runnin'est ball carrier in the while all other conference championships don't mean a lot. i ..
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. NATIONALHI CLOTHING ACHIEVEMENT W1' INEIZSy : far off the mark. Claims I Sports ShortsAuburn's I Orange last fall.

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that scientific_ football rating svs-"
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', tern mean a whole lot are becoming Only five members of the 111&3
broke II
Jim
Ryckclcy
: ;: x Y I hotly disputed. Maybe the same foot tnrt-e times* last i New York Kangers hockey squad
a a.3 someone ought to conduct a I football .seasoA. He's all right,t I were with the club during the
: t t x I1 poll as to the scientific qualityof
G .
football rating systems. now. 1946-47 sea..oon.Boxer I

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One type of catfish in the NIle, Jim Foley, fullback and quarterback Tippy Lou km ru"u'd
gives off an electric shuck when e on the Syracuse football his name from an amateur fighter
touched team is a brother of John Foley, he once admired.
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ELEVEN WINNERS of the National 4-H Club Clothing Achievement awards line up aftei: victoi

At the 27th National '4-H Club Congress in Chicago. Each will receive a $200 scholarship. Leftto I <,1't. Photo

righU Betty Moore. 18. of Statesville. N. C.; Martha Routt. 19. of Pewee Valley. Ky.: Paula
Cottier. 20. of Carl Junction. Moa Ellen McReynolds. 17. of Cleveland. Tenn. Mary M. Grant. RESIDENTS OF THE WOODWARD WAY SECTION of northwest Atlanta. Ga use a boat la

II. of Martintburg. W. Va.: Audrey Berg. 16. of Whitewater. Wis.; Verna Jolson. 17. of Blooming :, navigating flood water surrounding their homes. About 10 families in this vicinity were trapped

Prairie Minn.: Nancy: Bayard. 16. of Greensboro. Ala.: Jean Domhoff 16. of Egbert Wyo.; Sheila j and were removed in boats. The water came up so quickly that the owner failed to remove his

BuraelL 17. of Torrington. Conn.; Jeanne Perry.. 16. of Portland. Ore. Carol Aadms (not shown) 1 automobile (left) to higher ground. Similar flood emergencies prevailed in other ucUoas et

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Still, ActiveROME CO Italy's critics BIRTHDAY : ,........... ......::.................

haw" tang sine* pronounced the By (#) Newsfeatures .

theater "dying dead" But it refuse A"AAA ".4 .
to lie down. Some 27 companies -
WALTER HOVING. born Dec. .
f
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arc registered to tour the
2. 1837. in Stockholm, son of a .
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country in the 1948-49 season. .
Their tan are big names in Finnish physician and a former '! j
prima donna of the Swedish .
DMM
Italy- Galli Renzo Ricci ..
Umkwrto ateinati. Annibale Nin- r Royal Opera.
Brought to New : .
rvw and Antonio Gandusio amongthem. ,.
If theaters are not as ;., ,,, York m 1903, I
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ctwwvcd as movies, you can us : .w' Moving was : : .:

warty bid a good seat however I graduated from :,

late parr book (except on first Brown with a .
iwkt> the stage still has many f I PhB, in psychology .

)wy.l followers. Turn .
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Milan Turin. Genoa. Venice,I ing to m e rchandising .
Trieste. Bologna Florence, Na- ''a a h e .

pv**, Palermo and Roome have ; .. .'
advanced .
to .
gK..i theatrical traditions but
mortar small towns of 20,000 to executive posi- '. .': .

Jftvooo inhabitants also have good Woher HovingTODAY tions with R. ... .
............ | H Macy & Co. Montgomery .

What do they go to see* Any | Ward, and became president of .., : ... r- : ? .

title ranging from ancient I Lord & Taylor He now heads his ." .

Greek tragedies of Aeschylus and own large retail corporation. -: 1 e :
Swphueie to Shakespeare and ,

modern French playwrights with IN i i5TORKnow \'
ante *f Eugene O'Neill and : :

TrmrMon Wilder Even Oscar ( America) .

WlWe was revived on the stage 1762-Touro Synagogue, Newport .

and ra4to a few weeks ago. with R. I, dedicated-country's .
The Importance of Being Earn- I oldest Jewish house of worship. .

1 I. 1823-Historic President Mon- .

roe's message to Congress giving -
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for the first time what is known
Serpentine SplitIcrsouality today as the Monroe Doctrine. .. .

I 1856-Patent issued Theodore : :. a
T. Woodruff for first i
[ railroad e r
.. sleeping car-Iater"developed' by
STOCKHOLM>>-An adder!I I i I Wagner and Pullman. .
I 1859-John Brown abolition- UaeT t
wrth .ne wicked and one gentle!'I r .
ist, hanged in Charleston W. Va. .' '
head ts hvHijt on the dole in the I I I .. .
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Mkw* Forestry Institute. Sta- \
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Wthuut human assistance the ; ::. .
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Capital -
muster rouM not exist as the : .
I 1896-Fannie Farmer's Boston .
heads I', r
tw aim unable to cooperate t
The right head always'strive !i I. Cooking-School. Book" first issued : .

to the right and the left :r 1938 i .. .
head to th. right. Meeting an ob- !!j -Four Germans convicted r .
of sabotage, m New York .
staeiv their the I Ihe4 (
en path right i o f
1941 President -.. -
Roosevelt ask .
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wIU. around it to the i __ -i .
i I i Japan for its aims m Southeast f ....
nart and the left head to the .. ..
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left with the result that the rest I III' <, Asia ... r.
( the adder is hopelesslyc <. 1942-Official birth of the .411.O. ....." .

-......... I I j atomic age: scientists m the Man .up -- -of
The. snake babe !| hattan Projects metallurgimal -- .
was just a .......
tree it was found in September | laboratory, under the grandstand ..... .
...<4 ... pfntortor Dr. Goesta Not- of the University of Chicago .... .
'
nt frars that it will die in spite Stagg Field, Chicago, for the firsti

of careful nursing If it survives time make a nuclear reactor

(t will tf .. interesting object of work : Stiff the shortest i
,t..h.nttnal psychologists. I 1942-American tanks smash
.
;. I heads react very differ-,' don Axis forces in Tunisia

c-n 1'1 right ,head attacks 1 1945--Gen. MacArthur orders '

i tY J fir I tees ely'when tv tscape"teased Both 1 era arrest and trial of 59 Jap lead : distance between :

I) j t tully developed poi- 1947-Arab rioting in Palestine .
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over UN partition plan. .
5. two .
4.,' : points .. .
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< r- ,.'f txpl hat ordin- $2000,000 is the average cost of I : .,,*-**. .
.rt unpw deeds near I fires for "one day in the United .
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E SELL IT !
S j Shop : Plenty of Action for the Children'SEE :
ovRSHOWING Toys : We Will Call For and Delher : WHITE STARCLEANERS : .: Service: Station !f .
: Electrical I >9 Years Expcricnco In Electrical Work ;
: Appliances : *
Excellent : of : : J. H. ADY:t tanaer MtdME tM4 : .
.....a.e..................................a....c. : l.LCaLL; 211 Duval Street : : ; Francis Street and TnM A.*...*

\ Food ................................................. :. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE. : Marco 701:DUVAL Mass. Jr.STREET Prop. ; Tire Tnbr* I''Urrl.nlo' .\,.,>t>orfaxiTour t:

\ at t/iff : : HOME\ SUNDRY STORE :............................................ : 822 SIMONTON- STREET ; PURE OIL and GA9QUNK Oewew" :
W : Kig/ii:; Prices/ ....................... ....................... : .....,.........................-.............
: 1207 TRUMAN AVENUE Near Corner WHITE ST. Dry Cleaning ..............................e........ss.e.
PRITCHARD ; : ; and Pressing : Have Your Car Repainted :
W : 917 Fleming St. .:.; "Your Patronage Invited"Ire RUSSELL'SDRY 24-HOUR SERVICE ; :
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W PHONE : Cream Proprietaryle.Jif'ine:\ ; FUNERAL Free Pick-Up and for tie HOUDA 1 }' .f\\E'I.\OJV\ i

...............798.......... Sick Toilet I IJoom Preparation Supplies School* and Articles Supplies : .. GOODS SUITS Delirerr for Service MEN l ;; B : : Comt/rM: H.Ii.t Snr.nTGUY'S :
.................. .............................. : HOME .: 1106 OLmA STREET : and WOMENMadeloMeasure : : AUTO AHD ::

...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ....................... ............. Lei Those Serve : ;: PHONE 373 : \ PHONE: 282 : .: BODY SHOP :

: \ r.rii;;; i Who Serve Beat ; : ...................... ; C83.es CREEK STR CT: :
% GOMEZ JUMFORD ; Specializing ..eeeeeeeee..................................
PHONES 333 and 9150 : : WE HAVE NEVER : : in : I...................... iee.......a..............................e.,

FURNITURE CO. ;: Easy and Blackstone Washers : i BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST WILL :: : Women's andChildren's :: 4 GLAMOROUS? :

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no DUVAL STREET : Electromaster Ranges ; LOPEZFuneral Get Set For Felt WMej. ,... ..... :
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: Ambulance
eNaUoaallr' AdvertisedProduct : Authorized Dealer for Pureaire Units : Service :: : ; = debucurlCold } : .
: (THE COMPLETE KITCHEN) : Telephone 548 : f
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..: ; Delaware Plastic Floor REFRICERAT10SALES _. rma&M t
: eo..ria9 : ...Ye.eeeee.aee.e..a.See...Hea and.1.ee SERVICEJ. .eee.ee.. ..e : Never Sleeps : Apparel : Established IMS d. A..n.. natural, .N.*...< .-......., :
..: eCloper Fiber Venetian ........,....................................e.... e.e..1.aeeea..e..ee.aaeetl...........a..ea... : _____ A } tkval will 111. ..-" ih-t 11f1t. :
..: Blind ............................................ Li tense d F:u.lurDirector : a1 LOOK a.. HMB.
: LuOT9 A.dleabtagea.9.. Appliance. : : \ .. : and : Ij 'J' I you Ww GlorvMT lie )1 U :
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J. A. MYERS el tots New .eeM.ll :
and Mohawk : ; Embalmers24.Hour
Aiminster td . ..
Rugs .Ln.w relelra.ele :
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: .: .: eLicensed aaaa Insured :. Make Your- 1.4 ..N M..u...1./....... :
: E-Z Trrms : I .
W OPEN TILL 9:00 PJ4.O ., Ambulance : Appointment CAROLYNOver = :
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MON. and SAT. PAINTING Contractor Now
.eeeeei................ f- : Service **** &.., .t..14.i
Te1.175 :
: FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED r
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: .. : Telephone 1127. llt Dual Street Jefienoa Hotel Phone 135 Night 6)8 ; DONALD BARftOI :

.a..e..e.e.a.eeeeeel ; Douglas Trevor ...........................e...............................teeeeeeeeeeeeeeElectric................1.' ...................... .......................e...........................e...w...eeeeee........eefae .......:::J I
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: Key West. Fla. *
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: 'Nook M
BOTPOIMT Beauty
PuaenaerRepre.eatadrey : : PHONE 1374-R : : RangesRefrigerators. i : Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS.
Scientific B.auty Culture :
: 1 Disposals and Electrical Appliances .
1M : : Washing Machines\ .for Immediate Delivery in All Branches ti : :1
: A raa ('lT1I)pa : : Thoroughly Experienced 1 Operator :

FLORIDA EAST .. ......................w..b................. HOME APPLIANCE : : CONCH SHELLS : Soft Water Used ExclutiTelr ;: I

S COAST RAILWAY ; ..................o.............................. : 60S SIMONTON STriTET: PHONE 11Landscaping ; All_ Slue : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. \ : \:
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LeceUd Mezl : Save 20% 17* ............ee.eee.eeee.eeWe...e....e..... COCOANUTS ;
In 1.\Friend and the PutUc .... .. I
f Former Customers. J
on dwellings Ire surance
S DR. COBO'S : : Marl and SoilTOP :
mere a n t i 1 o Top SPONGES
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Salon
OFFICE ; : bldgs. household by INSURING with ; Frances Beauty !
and per. SOIL $6. 0 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK .
tLTJ r/Cy TrtLLT ; Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : Frances Park. Owmer ;
venal effects MARL HAULED.SSXtt for 4 YARDS Will Shf Any Part :
Ke ae d Da tiofache HetelPHONE : or : 1010 CRINNELL STREET 1
: Save 15% on All Policies: Non-Assessable ; : Also Lots Cleared end Marl Spread-Very Reasonable of US. Canada .

: 124 MercantileStock /. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 : : ....1021 Olivia St. : Marcy S. Palacio : O+ Beauty Culture. A! mil It* 1'1waN. K
G.WEECH Ponncaontt Scalp Tie.'I
...e.eeaee.eeeeeee-e.* ...........................!..................... : -'PHONE 801 : ; Rear 401 South St. ; / Facials Shampoo )- J ,

.. ............................................' KEY WEST. FLORIDA ; Far Appoisineal ....o lilt f
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: <1 IIVI J; : : : : SHOP er : JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP : eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeREAL .....eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetNEW
RUe aLe Due to theGOLF : B.&B. CYCLE : Marion 1'1....... 1311 :
: 111 DUVAL BTRTET N
:: ESTATE :
coinisE ;
: 122 Fleming St. R.M.Daniel Prop. Phone lOll : : Open Daily and Sunday :: ; E Cayo Hueso Beauty Salon f

: 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. : Sale .
i Cusliman Motor\ Scooters EHVU1Q T|. ,: Appraisal : W :

1 1W ij j;. Sale. and Service Immediate DeliveryRIDE ; :! Also COMPLETE A la Carlo umners and Sandwiches 1' 4:. Rental.Lease : l We Are t i\nir In Our I IAVir I


AWAY. ...............REASONABLE............PRICKS...................:: Management : A :
TAKE : ............................................. : ImproTed and Vacant : : Locution I
: BUS : : -r Properties la Key Will D
110, 1t. and Monroe. County
: INSURANCE j D
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..: : COLF : 4 / / Motor ScootwwhiU J. OTTOKIRCHHEINER
: LINKS : : / Cuihmon p.yin (or it... wxi the FIRE WIND AUTO BONDS :: : : R 919 SIMONTON STREET
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and ALL
OTHER
COMPLETE
mOMJ you MT OtK Othtt ; > COVERAGE : ; REALTOR ;
:: mahod.for a Cuihrrna.of truwportetioa.Come to p fer T* West Insurance ; 411 Fleming Street ; E OLD
: Move Funl : ,, tr.e 1 farmatiaa Key Co. j : 919 Whitehead Street ; LOCATION OF : i
; KEY WEST COLT CLUB ; : s
:....................: :'eeeeeeeei .............................. leeeeeeeeeteeeeeeei : Ill SIMONTON Directly STREET in Front of Postofficeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei PHONE 1371 4: : Phonea 124 and 739Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee;. BLACKOUT RESTAURANT :

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..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee2JIfotir BICYCLES REPAIRED> ,.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeINSURANCE ..eeeeeveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
1 I.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
: Sen-ice\ FOR REMT JOHN CURRYPLUMBING : ; : i!

..: Key West Jewelry Co. ; FOR SALE- ._ DELICIOUS

: w. BillY DIAMONDS and ; : Onr .itstomers: Must lie : : : OFFICE: : 1In
: LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM 1 I
JEWELRY or WHAT Satisfied : ; 518 SOUTHARD :
HAVE: YOUI See DaDU!! ; 920 TRUMAN AVENUE PHONE 1380 :
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a fmrtmrf ,:. : .
.. M.M.w BtMy N.1rN. .\- : : the Distinctive 11IlllI11d: ) :
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M. .... OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE ; Opposite Bus Station
.... N...J.w.l.r..... .. -- Installations and Repairs
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nre N a na-4w. ESTIMATES\ ON REQUESTCall .
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.. ....... .....11..- u.e..ra. .1.\. and PACKAGE DEPARTMENT\ Us and Be SatisfiedPhones : : -THE- : FAROLA SUNDRY
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at _. ......Il.r.LIr. 925 TRUMAN AVENUE PHONE 9112 ; PorterAllenCompany
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Magazines Proprietary Medicines
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: tXMk < > Wklt* ) "We Deliver"O 781 and 229-W :

..: was KEY: WEST JEWELRY : 11!'t Beer in Town : School Supplies :
: O 1.11.6arc11 Goods 1 ; 512 MARGARET STREET
COMPANY ; ; i.............................. ........ ;
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ORLANDO CARABALLO : WEST HOUSE MOVERS :.
ISLAND TRADING POST
Yon Co : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET j

Ft.oJ. Shopping PLUMBING : Mating, Raising or Shoring Ilouses, Garages, : : Under the New Ownership end MeaefeeaeM e

: Ua San to Gel ; v : Boats or What Have You : of OPAL E.: VAN DCURSCN: e

: I. v INSURED CONTRACTOR : BONDED and LICENSED Distinctive Gifts Fur Occasions !Ii

FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-Telephone 1512 : and Tastes In A Wide 1'rireranks ;

dlUH. : e Installations : !W"" All Work Guaranteed -".Qeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee: Corner Whitehead and Caroline Street Pkeete lift *

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: ENRICHED BREADS : 6 Maintenance' : .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeWhy .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeCASA .
: Pay More When You Can Buy For Less? ;
: .Repair Sewage :: : W USE YOUR CREDIT *9GMen's : : CORRAL 822 DUVAL STREET :
r. Fomnd+ilo* Todty's : :
: / : : Ladies'and Children's i Wear : Specializing in Sj>anish Fooil' &: Short Orders :
ReliableREASONABLE
S : II..J PlGualaI .: : I prompt. :: : Curtain Drapery Couch Covers Bedspreads : : DAILY SPECIALS-Chicken Croquette*. CimmtUkand / : :.
.. : RADIOS and ELECTRIC IRONS : : Seafoods ANY ORDCR A LA CARTE : Ik:
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: : : 707 Whitehead St. Near Cor. Angela St. Phone 1512 9 WE ARE SMALL.-BUT WHAT TOOteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee> ..... :
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vast. .... ft.& moat* when popularmtettao the I People Trade at The Broadway, for the BEST COST LESS. So

My* *.* handmade. Yul
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bodf .4 .the. afww. Bind it all ..
.r.u.d.whit gibbon with vnoaqh I
...1 over oa tins top to b. wed 16.Oz.l'k . 49c 2 25cFRESH
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M. ........ .,.....,dt .t, cut I LOCAL GREEN
Si.d wAh r1Mrn. Sew both
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5 \ 2 25C 3-lb. $1.99 lb. 25C 12.Oz.l'k. ,. .27c GREEN.TOP
Pkgs. . Can . Carton . ;

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bl.ti ,....... .. x.11. When T
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,.. ta>rl W $.IMM with OUR CLOSED
a gar STORE WILL BE
...... .birott NII nuke all the BAG 39c TALL 49c
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Mat atto* an4 pastes and lug

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eft Am MMMr e/.e.tlaa..
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... MI Meets tint, ,?! will reopen Thursday morning. Dec. 9. We will have a Better Garden GRAPEP1ESERVE Vita Food
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If rrrt area 1 gad at..
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