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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 4, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Holrl I Ila. Bret + 4 Key West Chamber of Commiyc, .*tf p.-.wr it..... f1.ISl1. ...

I I will intervene ia a forthcoming fe*.tUt. M be ssIMM4 bit tfle a.tI

lni| rmr.li Many Of Plan z Held SundayGeneral Aeronautics Board at Washlaqte la MM ...H.f *4 Mwof Iw 1 geM

T"lItl! Mirulu" z the transfer of the route aDd property .f $....... AIaM w ...

I The Chamber feels. that U the f.*U.. *.4 ......4f .< flaris11s/
Ibtr Ilccn IMantnl. Matter Now To Co To : I Ir I Lucius!! Clay ;Airlines are truuferred the Ker West wetdd W .. 4fi it lam

I General A the two flights duly btw..a this city sad MUi.
c-. Manna the *!!!'>embly
hotel city's
I I Brands As False Soviet Monroe County. Interested ia Uw effort be ti.jlIlM. p... f
Rawl Inquiry, wttt open fur the : And To A > M I National" Airlines mt.i-t brcu, .... ... ...
Finally I'+ 'e" Jlf1 ...'\ff y::.tH!:;'<<"1I 'h _Ib! I Report AmericansTo + rt operates' 9ki tm *IH r
-- ut Drr 20. it wa anHeavy I ARAB PRISONERS. I IN .ISRAEL in the county. ami r it.ip;:, earls pitr.
Five Committee Arab prisoners.-wakh entertainment by others
-I ...... Big I Leave Berlin .\' the ...... d ... r.r..
i of their croup in an Israel camp. Man second from right wears U.S. army sergeant's shirt. "JI .
) mkttu of visitors have I ..,.. iiwnde .Mi recent weeks and PARIS. Dec. 4. United Nations ---- -- -- 1 -- BERLIN BF T., Dec.AwwrUtrd 4.-General a're.a l () 3IAhTEH .; t'.mas.., iIA Itar) iteeei hr.Ihsw .

tb bird WIll be well filled until I Political Committee today Diver Is Under cius Lu-. .,' ., ee.bc .
Clay. American military governor -,
.M .lira ..... after the I decided on a program that may TURNER COMES in Germany, stated today 51,5-1. to tstlsrns N BM

..... leason"j I be acceptable to Jews and Arabs : rat isilitAlRt rut Ps.glwlr It
that the German
Care Of Doctors election in the I t
.... writ .f modernizing the in the partitioning of Palestine. t: t ..... Mess

_.41s trw nearly finished.Meftm .I I The vote on the question was! HERE TO HEADI American, British and French '| 1. .IErw r. C'k. I
zones scheduled for tomorrow,
M..d .... been spent on : 25 to 21; nine abstained from At Naval StationTheodore will be held as originally C "..eee .....l thin ttM. .
If liMin batfcruuma. in many of and three at1|
voting stayed away I .
C.Mmurd( On Page Six) I I from the meeting. Russia and her : Stamatis, 29, diver ranged.He I I' :: g ss d Ib rely his. -
I Y.M.C.A.I! denounced as false the Rus-
five satellites voted against the LOCAL :.:., /rseiaM AS .e/.riras0 Ip
f I who spent 38 hours in a recom- sian report that he would leave .
Mrs. Is resolution on the ground that the : Berlin alMs l ilk .sf'''''''''''
1 Sawyer ;I proper place to consider the mat- I| pression chamber on the USSI I ed that early next spring. lie add- ( A."...ii .. ...... tsia. rC
( ter was before the Security I Chanticleer Naval rescue vessel luc To Arrive; In"Ciy r the Americans were thereto _'.r,__ ..w .. rlr7 1h.I .'
I. I stay and refused to be forced
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Gmlaclcd t 'Council It was said that the Russians -i Was released from the tank yesterday : Ij..... t IIIt. file 1l
( I II announced that view for I I afternoon. |I Some Tim of waukee.the Downtown YMCA Mil. out.General Clay further told the .,-4", 111.. :linty.n.l .. rr.....
I We.teli OM rw k.W
I louston Texas the apparent reason that if the i Stamatis is now under care of' Turner will relieve Davis Germans that they could feel assured _
) council: did not vote as Russia as of t.t .Lssl s.10 "I$- ____r4i. ,
wished, she could veto the reso I Naval physicians at the Base i Tomorrow executive of the local YMCA at I) tion that protection be taken from any ac- "t.. M1e Asn ses.... Le.... 41 ;:
may by the
.... Rrn4! V Sawyer, wife of lution. Dispensary at the Key West Na- a brief ceremony to be staged at German communists. who had to! Juelter. a.- or t... fr.

Ihr .h' mmHitm 'in pertur whoA The question will come up for I val Station. They will keep him Will Relieve Ix-&trirll I the Jackson Square headquarters threatened punishment "after the .ton" :' : oeG I II.
.. of the Y at 2 p. m. next !: I Vl ... nti
action -
i vp.aprrtMiy Thursday final at a meeting of the i Americans left "
under observation for few days. Berlin.
a : t 1i
Davis ,Is.lxeculiveAl Thursday. There will be .
.. time a meeting ili vi M to l1r ft ._
M.Ht .trl ''d in Houston. Tex. general: assembly some next I As a result of his ens.
The diver was removing lead : of the Committee of Management assurances
a' J. a m. today, it was anA week probably on Tuesday. To i I (Continued On Page Six i.ts' ttlsl tit .teatdte aiiLudes
....... a? Reginald Pritrhard; become effective, the resolution from a British ship that was sunk Crrrinony I next Thursday. |I ; HAL W. ADAMS .. g .$ i.d1w...
I U-Boat 1942 12 : Turner has had 26 years exj j and u111i. ...... .
si Pnkh iwfrf Funeral Home must score a majority of two- by a German in next Thursday I IMwee1 j
i' pcf icncc in YMCA work. He has
fetish to4 into tryinf to contact thirds.In miles from Cocoa when he was f I j Undergoes J JrOperalion Masonic GrandMaster K lthetttlit
.Mr MAev Mi* death of her hus1. -! the event the program is approved seized with an attack of the Forrest T. Turner who will be I'i been generate: secretary of the ; I r MMII. ... ....1

r. tit,.. eliw, JII lnrlt '1f'.eS1. 'the procedure by the' general is to appoint assembly, bends on Wcdnescday._ the new executive. : of the Arm 1'I Midwest YMCA.a ,direitor l Association pf the of USQi the'I 1 AI t 101 I \ To Vixil; ; -.. fir -sri. ........ ..
Services YMCA at Jackson I the last'war: .
by train. this morning. committee: from the Big Five, the Stamatis was flown here in I' during i massif hear a. J
; In
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Square, will arrive here tomor- Turner's
son, 13 old, will Key
years j Itt Iklr .
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said ah* expected to United States. Great Britain the Coast Guard airplane, and I j SPRINGFIELD. III. Stricken'' .errs
row accompanied by his wife it
... ., 7:30: a. m. Mon- Russia France and China. I I remain at Milwaukee to finish !' with i its .Mn.vsdd .a ar ....... .
in the acute
I was kept recompression was announced today by Les-i I I his school work. appendicitis Mrs.1 j
Later the Hal W.
j son Adams gland nlObtn Thee..1. .
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Ala.. .. It that the : w
M she was agreed Anna
comes ar- general until 3:32 Ruby 101 .
chamber old
m. yester- J
: p. leigh Davis director of :: years was
present will here.
come ..... .
.asaasl ... ..
of Masons .5'
week m Florida will br
Is.je.stlwt.ler the funeral of her assembly adjourn one t! :
the recently
day. The was sameas the successfully operated ,
here.
pressure
organization I i From West
Davis
Key is going .
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be worked out from today. That agreement honored district .. w
es was of
iwe-rw at
he would find a 150 feet un- Turner is here from upon. I a mecUwK .
coming
to New York City to be assistant I
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I i ;i pet ..... of Ib f.
Mn wttl reached the of Great iw.
lewYir probably over protest ,. der water, and gradually decreased Milwaukee Wis., where he is [secretary for administration of the 24th Masonic dM4rwt to lie- tiWus It hi littuaaw ..... .
tithe ntJ' late Monday. (Continued On Page Six) until\ there was no pressure on serving as membership secretaryMadaule I I I the National Staff of the YMCA. j held in the Masonic T malt aI ty M .Asr aellast ...a.. rw"II ,

----- -- him.i II I Temperatures I 7:30: p.m.. Monday Dtciiiiiu *.I ..... ..1b. hart __.

I The grand master w a circuit' oar Nahemel. ANI .
3,000 REFUGEES LOSE I Tolls At 7:30 A.M. EST judge cf the third JUd.... ti.- .... .A I.tfLt "
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Bridge( In China
I Troops Lining I Station- trict.The I I- fb11rt1 ... d !ls r.8I..M .
I Temp. I grand master will be accompanied .. h. ... .. .
Increase Atlanta ___. m . 43 I A. 0* .... few 41Iy
Show by Wayne ** .
LIVES AS CHINESE SHIP ________ __.. I .t a ata.rtt Itgi r .. t
Augusta __ .
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Last Month Major Bismark Birmingham .h.' -h 391 other Masons from "ArIUWta<. I I............ tsee d Nei ,
of the state. I I..., hit .hue
SINKS AFTER EXPLOSION I I I Boston -- _- 39 : A program has been an...... i I -
Area South! Of Suchow Buffalo ____ __ 3-1 '
i Last month collection' of tollson 00 for tius occasion. All M..trtMasons
I; the Overseas Highway bridges : Charleston ._._. _. .. __'0 48 in the district have bft.aaskt.d | 600(,(}() lcnniQ;
Mtlp Of 2.'MH.< ) 'Ion 1 It ; showed an excess of 6060.50 Chicago 36 to meet thK'.ixJ mask
Survivors' | the in November of : (:hiartr Kai-:*hck'f- Corpus Christi 61 and hear his .,.sStricken
Ua. .h......r..I..1&! ing of the ship. said I over last receipts when amounted to Denver __. moo ..,. 46, Stolen
that a few minutes before the year they Ha> Another Talk With join forces with two other government -
Detroit .. .. ._ 39
lrrr Than I.INHI' explosion two junks passed the : $29,275 25. Last month they to- r that !i i.J
armies are spreadout Amid
I :taled 3533575. Mar-haH!! Sw EI Paso -16 SYRAI rsr. K \ .... >.t
ship and it was thought that ; May
of) UMMItHAMUHAl( Ilr"rtirilSUs I Reason for the increase was north of Nanking, awaitingthe Ft. Worth 511 I Site Wngaml awl k*. >t.
have been
floating mines might
I 1 due to the larger number of mo- ;1 Truman Next WWkIIIrTbr I advance of the: communists. Galveston -- 43 .J Junk JewelsNEW turned Aso .hub ...1"sNe
lb. .--... PV'.. turned loose from the junks. But j Itor vehicles that used the bridges Nationalist officials here after Jacksonville _ -_ 49 ;, t: fuwd 1Arw. Yeri' I. ..
discounted .
that by .
theory was
I e..welatN lrr a I Kansas City dot 8s1,1.. aere ....
Oe 4 What IS i last month: for the number of I a wealiv
military authorities here. who NANKING. Dec. 4.-Nationlalist I studying the positions of the contending KEY WEST YORK--Wh-n puhrr m vslwi ./ /lf, ....
..-......d bs Mw went p.-M't'- said that probably the boilers passengers fell off, as was the forces predicted victory, -- 75 date
and communist I West 74 formed that Mrs. Huron* Olnrtri i we... Coen .at.nid IMbantamn
.. I case in October of this year. Pas- troops were i Key Airport ail
I hIP b.r./er of One century I aboard the ship exploded. for the government troops.: Even
last month totaled 31.533I to be Los Angeles 46, had not born seen (<>r two dav.. tRp. '.r.d 6"
...- tdalr M MM sea off this Whatever guess: is right, it is sengers reported today maneUVl"ring j should the Nationalists score a't
but November of 1947 Louisville oil went to the woman's ..p.rt..rot.they mcti ,.t i u, .I-t I .' t
in ir
they
t. a.... .. MMI 3.000 refute known positively that the ship 30 miles south of Suchow for partial victory it will mean relief ,, .
numbered 39,572, difference of Meridian 40 found her strlclwll a lit a j-" ''rd -.r. i_
a
c'. .. t/we..1 haw lot I began to sink immediately after I what appears will' be a major for 'Nanking for several weeks. \ .. .
4,989. Miami ._ __ 67 floor amid rubbish wiu roMiwNr ntt < .' i g I.
Ih..i leis.Tw I the explosion. Thus far fewer battle of the Chinese civil war. J (Washington reported today --- -- .. .
took hn A
They t hospital
a
But motor vehicles of all kinds Minneapolis 37
... ., that Madame Kai-Shek -
and Chiang
.ASP 2.000 tens than 1.000 survivors are accounted Communist forces arc trying to j :
rr ....-.b wen hIM aa I.2OO for. and it is presumed the j I.I.pas:>ing over the bridges last get into position to strike at the ,, has had another talk with Secretary Memphis .. 49 preliminary search amid. tii.-
debris turned riohtr tin'
I I reached 19,786 as com- ': New Orleans 44 up
I of State Marshall. She m. 'h
t-, .over-wt. more drowned than 3.000 otherwise others lost were their pared with 15,245 in November, rear of the Nationalist army that |' to be cheerful after appeared the- New York __.__._.__ ___0 50 mond rings about $!09 In
'.Ie./K fnmi th. ronununistft lives. or j 1947, an excess for last month of evacuated, and the Suchow Nationalists I last Wednesday under- conference, but did not comment Norfolk _m__.______._____._ __ 'H a bankbook ,h".w mi iI 1175'!

.. ? r. ? their mach toward j!4,523.. forced marches are striving toSHOPPING on the nature of the conference Omaha m.O. 37, balance. Pre GeUM Cl.iTewn &

,.., t CMtat, this Sty I:rHn" U"I -------.- I with Marshall 'or admit she had ; Pensacola .. . 51. .........................
,.p4-.....>n sassed the sink met with any degree of assurance Pittsburgh .. . :m 1M
-- t I TICKET OFFICE I Horseshoe Billiard Parlor that the United States is in- Roanoke __ 52 Palace TheaterROBERT ..

I rimed to give China further assistance SL Louis __00 -II : WALKER and
I ALL AIRLINES i ri Corner Caroline and William Sts. NAN 43''' ,
RAUL'S CLUBON i economically and mili-j I San Antonio AVA GARDNER in ( ( s.

THE BOULEVARD f I I Is Noti7 Open tarily. j SIt i i San Francisco 43: : .-On. Tom. Of 11.nu.-" l.tl thud II......
PRICE TOURS { ( was said that Madame Chi- j Seattle 3fi
0Y THE: AIRPORT I News and Short
have talk with President Tallahassee 4i I IHIIIIH4' Mi
ang may a -
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nit /MX.*; TOMTK; e 11Ut : Truman some day next Tampa 62 M: 1.1: !I- %4.
1+99 P.ll. TO Z:00 AM.reatwrla week ) Washington 411
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MIAMI KEY WEST 1 ,..... ,'If 'wIP aM
DEBONAIRESOrold If
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PHONE Next Barge LeareMiami. t TELEPHONE 816 V\l Friendly' StucUlxker Dealer { : .
I TILL CHRISTMAS $ $ $ $ : .t I IU.\- \ a 1
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t MEMORIAL SERVICE CHRISTMAS TREESHere CONTEST : ..
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Snntlny, December 5, 79/# We Are Again with THE ORIGINAL CHRISTMAS TREE ( ANSWER THE QUESTION) will be held on Monday D.c..b.r. $bit 144 M M P M
c the Masonic Temple.

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SUPPLY ABOUT THE 12TH
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f PUBLIC DOES NOT FORGET : 1 nniimunininniitUnnnnnnnnninmiiirjutinuiuiiin returned;-.today from Miami Sweden Loses UN a .r tlahlwpe
: : AiiTAsked For J asM r
Hfcst (!EtttzcnAllt
tlJc iM't! 1 where they had been visiting .. ,try
a
... ra ... ..". 1 Key West In their son and daughter-in-law. _
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fy n ANtt1A "b. .ei '.:: It's an age-old saying that ''"Competi Students t Mr. and: Mrs Joseph.Plummer. j MillionairesSTOCKIIOLM4R1TAt\ I.... .... -
Ac1N111ANTNA r- ...... ,u.\,_11..1..w tt.U41.C le.uaet tion is the life of trade." But competitionis Refugee \ Gone .' I I.... ...... .. -
____ (..... .... A.. t'trt. Days By Mrs: Ross Roberts 1012 William aww ks ... ..
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1/s t. more than that. Were it not for competition BRUSSELS-UPI--t) A* ;Yugoslalvian announced theengagement mUMoMfcM I III
....,.. .... AS TAKEN FROM FILES street today ber of Swedish 1 hat ..- -
.. p ... .....-Llwlda:; a..eoed Riau matter the present cost of living would reach immigrant, Ljtibisa K. Bol- OF THE CITIZEN OF 4of her daughter Daniel, decreasing At the end o< ..4T = :.
tic, living in Belgium.has launched Miss Ottilie Roberts, to Sweden had 889
.......N MY TMK..A..ut'.4TF.D PHI:". to that well-known limit-the sky. an appeal to alt democratic DECEMBER 4. 1931WDUWIUIIUIIIII1II11IWIIIU1I1IUlI1UIUlIUIUUII1UII1II1J McFarland of Springfield Mass. -- ..-. .
e.tlll.d ,
1..ul.siv.ly
C srt Iv. .II _.. dkpateb.4 er.dtt d business and other universities for aid to refugee I
But men
r. nba.rr.dlt.d I. thIa some I students and The VVPA has decided to con:1 Mrs. Edward Albertus who I
w 1 professors i
... w e... P.b........ ...re. competitors.' The and nulliMutrMSALE
men resent having I After obtaining permission of duct a drive for four months in had been visiting her son
.t...1..41'- R'TK7 8111AI Citizen has in mind a man in Key West the faculties he hopes:to formin locally exterminating mosqui- 1 daughter.in-law, Mr.. and Mrs [ F :
.. these universities," student toes in accordance with the recommendation Alton Albertus, in Miami, returned
I." who does his particular type of work at fund-gathering committees. In of Dr. Charles Williams I I : home yesterday
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costs far under that of his competitors in country he : assistant surgeon generalof
... _. .. .__...__ .Ji every envisages a coordinating -
committee to advise the United States Public Miss Fannie Cale Miss Anna .
instances the amounts $10,000or
some are .
....MTI l\U H,.tI! and combine the efforts of all Health Service. Burns Cale and Miss Marietta .
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t- a AYrlrcatloeerElsL : more less in each case
had been visiting
that country's universities The Silviera w.o
.*tl"+*. .....\utl'F2... ..r thanks, resolution I Competitors have told him that he proposed method for', gathering i{Ii j Ernest Hemingway, novelist relative and friends in Key West, f White
....Haar ........, BA m.. ele. will beset would lose money doing work at this or funds would be for each student,I j and Mrs Hemingway arrived today returned yesterday to Miami.
B M ftaBv la* rat* K la -vv, a ..MV.MM on enrolling for the year to be I and are occupying their residence -
Mr a.t.rtelen.nl.. by charche from that figure in case after case, but he con- block ol '; Today The Citizen says in' an
a iW 1 JIM i n .U _aa +.s.s furwm and Invites 41a.J l tinues to do it and, as he informs The forms. These forms could then'streets editorial paragraph |
af Red .abject. of local or
iMB aai aa finds
ingrati-
bet H .111' sot publina. aaonymous Citizen always at a fair profit and some be distributed to parents and I "Sometimes one
.... I tude least suspectedand
friends. Officers of the newly organized : in persons
times at profits he considers exceptionallygood. In this way Bolzic hopes to Boy Scout Troop 50, sponsored who above all should have
obtain $570 yearly for, each of I by the Elks, will be installed at a been grateful"i i it I 500 Sheets
But let us assume his profits were the 10,000 refugee students whomhe I meeting to oe held on Tuesday. I, 25
estimates are in dire need of Read the Classified Ads in The '
MEMBER @ 194 small and that he lost money on some jobs, help.In. I Henry Brewer president has Citizen. 'p[ S'Axll. .
whose business would that be as regardsthe Belgium, the project has called a meeting of the South
results-his or his competitors? That already got under way The I Side Association for tonight in yyyyyyyyVYVYYVtYVVVVYYY' .
universities of Brussels Louvain the Key West High School auditorium STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE THE
question does not need enswering. A man :
and Ghent have promised to TRIUMPH I
who owns a business has a right to conductit inaugurate the scheme at the Press
beginning of the next academicyear. J. Neville Stirrup was elected COFFEE I A rt1na1Z
bCnOYDaXTS FOR KEY WEST as he wishes in this free and glorious chancellor commander of Key MILL i
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN country. If his competitors lost jobs be-
Wesst Lodge, Knights of Pythias
cause of his success, then let them striveto There were 73 million life at a meeting Friday night. at it i CITIZEN BUILDING + 'HONt"

1. Mart Hotel tad Apartment get jobs or some of them at what he I United insurance States policy at the holders end of in 1946.the Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Plummer .Ml Grocer.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAl, :........................ ............. ....
X Beach and Bathing PtTfllon. considers fair profits. That is the accepted ...--- -'-' -- -- - -- -- .
S. Airport*-Land and su.
for Americans to their .
good
way operate
i. CbDMUdattaa' of County and .
city Oorcrxunenta business. Criticising a competitor, hurts!
ft. Commualt7 Auditorium. them, not him. And they should know ;

enough about human nature to be aware

that their criticism turns the public against sit >

them, because in a case of that nature thepublic's ,
MONOGRAPH
sympathy goes to the man on
b.r Nb: whom such attacks are made. 9e

Hef4olc about the high cost of meat Finally with prices now zooming the .

,wiw avail you naught nor can the cupidity of some men in business life is ... -s1yl.. T thordY
.ka*..hr* be rowed. such they resort to all kinds of schemes to aid .-W09aa. .. SUPER d10"r N'hkltirl .
steel.Ihsnorl hp ens'" flow}} -
THE ORACLE "theirs while the is .in solid .. ISO 120 hp by Dya jj.tiLd. +a a1 WN' -
get getting good. They Gowned RDADMASTER chaa't, ifIcteOsed to ...... iDMt711 M
ed
.. pr
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aNK ... ..
.n willt; Feltstlrr ir
should not complain! if some man is willing -' ... .... ...
to do work at a fair price that may keep a .
t FACTS OF LIFE check on their cupidity.The ,
.. 0 *,
I public does not forget. Be fair t

! A Reed many people seem to believe now, and the public will remember you c
f-
i 5
ll4 ,w,d year something resembling theM when conditions are not.as good as theyare

OP A will be brought back from the now. .;!.
,
it***!, and i price will immediately drop.
TM b one of those illusions that The individual "with an idea" is oftena -.. .

K j )4d be *c tched as soon as possible. For, nuisance to his friends. q'g/'

rrdle of what the law mayor maya !, 4
attempt to do. there are certain econo- Economy in affairs of state depend up- f

Mr principle involved which are as< inev- on a strong-willed executive who doesn't a fa

%...... aj the movement of the planets. need votes right away.Houseowners ,
.y
Flrrt of all. no one will produce any- ,

titlat at a Ions.. We could pass a law, for can learn somethingfrom

bs4ntte. aaying that a dozen eggs shall be watching women-a little paint &

aldlt. fnr twrnty-fue cents!, and a good suit makes a big difference in appearance. r' i

set flfothr sold for twenty dollars. But no a. tL

I Ifcimir. would produce those eggs and noxnnfartnrrr INCOMES UP SALES DOWN

I l would, make the suit-for
HM> simple reason that bankruptcy would The national income produced in the

.w United States for the first eight monthsof

Secondly, we cannot make any mer- 1948 was $14,969,000,000, which repre-

I ..K.*t handle gelds at a loss. Today, for sented an increase of 13.8 per cent over

tlspante\, typical retail stores, including the same period of last year. The econom- This Roomy 4-DoorSedan seals BX,....22X:more gfou area On ROADMASTEROf

.h..4t1 the bit. chain systems and many inde- ists tell us that this increase was accounted SUPER dtana.Whit. acfewaff tint,at Stuitroffd available at exfro cost 4nd

E mlint I'ten-tl. earn a smaller profit on for partly by an advance in prices (to
Klih Vassar of sales than they did under the highest level in history) and partly by

fHA. That profit generally, runs from expansion in the quality of goods .pro- Looks i

MM* *>r two per cent to about six cents on eU winlere .w P' =La Ur 1i ItI t1Atop.
duced.It nt lnltni4)toaerbbl )
..None *>f trade, depending on the kind of should be pointed out that the : M) fro, ROADM AsrERtISOMI

M.Ir_M t h* Hed. There certainly is no room farmers' cash income, including Govern- -_ -
lahis ffeid to make any dent in the prices ment payments during the first eight :r ?

_. t ..JT the roflumer.TMrdly. months, was $18,411,000,000, representing -

price fixing by fiat is the best an increase of 5.5 per cent over last t

iM.Mw1. the Mack market has. It makes for year. In connection with agricultural income f
asrelor ta the legitimate law-abiding however, it should be noted that the lExtrn rllo'" "'."'rll r/cir ami Ifr/ntifloir inn On all HOUAUSTIRS. with th 4r ..... ,

.taRRlh, *.f trade And it makes for abun- gain did not equal the rise of 10.1 per cent '*. ill tl".f4c bountiful in>ir /.'>.//> Slur*!/:# Kant! 150-hp .engine*, I P>.rwtmv. ( IMv :

IltaNte. fo iHHlertoxer dealings, where the in the price of goods which the farmers IS standard equipment. oM Sot,ft. **, tit

Jn/tle ..K.rjr....1 l i t.* all the traffic will bear- bought and, as a result farm purchasing you're going to like! For its cradle-soft scat cushions -and access is l ours on option at ctra ..*.<. ,

It fIht
M.sr aa11. hi customers get the goods-the this year was 4.3 per cent smaller than in view it'gi\'es. that are feather-light in action. a plus- new IcU.cumlCal"( ......... i I IAbove !

itBlgltiiu&Ie merchant and the masses of the same period of 1947. which stay lastingly quid mJ fc.lnryperfect. f
prlfrkr r*. wrthoutTM4 Continuing to present some economic all, for the happy news that .
There is a rich I new instrument panel I .
*>-'i" prices are the result of record statistics, we note that retail sales showeda now you can have D> naflow Drive

rlil .m, a........-mftUl4 government spending, contra-seasonal decline from July to on the Buick SUPFK as well as the with glare-shicided instruments And j in nil models, there KM'CW. rwltlq, t

/IIM HHf4nym., 'irt. high taxes, and other August and that while total sales for the Buick; Ro t .\ aST1R.: Hood latches are \Vltllln. the car, the !Muidmev* &amJ Iwfc. ..I a

..... fk.fv. ...... Competition keeps them aslaw first eight months are 12.8 per cent above fabrics are fine and neatly tailored. toll bi4 cur, and. tfartmore _.L.L...._.
In each of these series you J have your ) prier* .....
JM p.M..44. .,.le. Government meddling the same period of last year, total sales are
choice of the four models shown bnVJitly on every o.nnpnr4Make *
vrt.rld. W the worst" possible way to attack not expected to be as high as previously And under ccrbonnet, not only I of r

N..... ........ indicated. The decrease in retail sales in ing models grille sleek to and faired-in flowing taillights from I gleam.and these I new. SLIM H:us and I KOXIJM\STIKS: thmc CunitllNi\li1M.. )..........

August was due almost entirely to a dropin contoured but on two trim Sl'LClAL models too See w I hat > our tloHtr .lw). i tti _
U. S. PRODUCTION the quality of goods sold, since the rear bumpers
lively Fireball cradled and 'uu'li .
power on ) kit( )Isar t wd-.r hi t,.,+i1
retail price index rose to a new post-war On all of them you have stepped-up IIi-Poised engine mountings. now!

atieftal production has been high. visibility from curved wind
:.2:!!!!
'3' upwards too fast. The annual The figures cited come from the Alex- : shields .and more glass area

S.... +t $I* .$OO.000.000 in the third quar- ander Hamilton Institute and are the ...* .- ', .-area increased by 22% in BUICK alone has all l/ioi. f+aturtSiftimoofh '
ttt, Mi+. i f.A an increase of nearly latest available. Naturally statistics of
year ,
four-door Sedans. DTNAWOW MIVI IUU." "- vl1JO$ *..- ........f Jt.. ...
.. } ,, +l1,6t14)) over the preceding quar- this kind require considerable time in ',:'" SWING-ASY'DOORS end...,area "UVIMO VACT MTInetS.* .a.<.. %.......
.....,. Tha4's etfielal! collection and analysis and run two to '. .. In all you find ample room /' IlIOyon-ricliffg OUAD9WUX con SM/NCINO' Duets N....... awa aW uri.atnr. ...
TH r.*t of the Government report three months behind the current months. made even greater by. new /l ( ftiu C,.s.-i... VENT"OITS (S"..sr..d.d.r.r, &........ ..... s.F1+t.a1 vas

=.vas tfct old Uncle Sam is almost into Noting that the farmers' purchasing ; ./tr riMIAU STIAICMT J tCNr OWfl ..M/JOlU.ItsS-injTjrr.ti
ill build l/icni r.. _rf atedtd '"'- =. f.4'd tH* "burnting point." Guess we'llb.ee power will show all even greater decreasein ( Tun*in HENfT'i, f.Anol.Mutual'Network, Monday and Fridays I .S'-Jo j ., .." .. .
Ie t m tin over to President Tru- the last four months of the year, the

: ... JHNJ. the (ft*'*' Democratic Congress to Institute points out that such a develop. ,.

+ MfI'' *iR. It mil w too tough for normal ment will be conducive to the maintenance -

= .iwrlnan Ixta&r of the present high rate of industrial MUL B E RG CHEVROLET COMPANY

activity. Consequently a downward read- .

= When) lt'. time tu eat the average justment in the prices of manufactured. -- .--- 419421 Carolinef Street, Corner (If Te'fe grapls" lAlliI' TrlMp& .IH"V

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FIRST BASEBALL GAME One-Minute I'



I WILL START AT 1:15 SPORTS QUIZ II CLASSIFIED ADS


1. What team led the A P.

Will Go Full Nine college football poll at the end ''E Information for the Advertisers
I of the season? I,i i

Iimings, Baseball A. Acevedo, 3b; 2. What team did Navy play- RATES 'is 3c a word and the minimum DEADLINE

W. Gates 2b; ers rate No. 1? I|I E Regular Type charge for the first 15 words To insure publication, copy

Managers Decide At Sterling lb; 3. When Joe Louis and Bill. .AdvErtisements under this or less is 45c. must be in the office before 11

>Mrtl : ?' a Alonzo If; Conn stage an [e thibitit n this I lr; head j ft-jH; ;be inserted in The PAYMENTPayment o'clock on the day of publication ,
1 6 .1.u4! iglit Carbonell, ss; month they will !haW met in i l Citizen kt'>the rate of 2c a word for classified' advertisements f i : -:!' .

Baseball league meeting was Joe Navarro or Harvey c; the ring how many times? I E for each insertion, but the .. is invariably in OFFICE '
G. Lastres p; 4. When does play in the I= minimum charge for the first advance, but regular advertisBusiness office in The Citizen -
held last night at the home of F. Salinero, p; Major Leagues begin next year? I 15 words or less is 30c. ;ors with ledger accounts may Building corner Greene.

President Pedro Aguilar. N. Domenech, sub; 5. With what city are the I Black Face Type lave their advertisements and Ann Streets. Door to the
With three managers present C. Valdez sub; Maple Leafs connected? I The rate for blackface type charged. right on entering building.
and many interested fans the J. Casa Jr. and Pickett subs.
well attended. -- I mwrniiiiiuiiimiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiMunumiiimmiiiiiiiinuiiiiimmii{ imiimm IUUIIUIiuiiiuitiiuiuuiniiuiiwnuuliUlnnnuunlsuunsuuu ,,
meeting was
In the second game the Clowns THE ANSWERS: '

Treasurer of the Smith read in the a treas-statement I will play the American Legion 1. Michigan. ALL ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions: In the event of error in sdvtrtis-
money and the Legion won their last
ury and he was instructed to buy game over the Bombers and now 2. Notre Dame. lag transient or contract. The Citizen will be responsible.only for the first insertion in CLASSIFIED

balls for Sunday's game. are after the Clowns for they 3. Three times. ADVERTISING and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of space occupied by

Umpires are named for Sun- claim if they win over the Bombers 4. Mid-April I the part of the advertisement where the error occurs.

day's ame. they should win over the 5. Toronto Canada hockey I ---- _.f- --
Umpires were named for Sun- Clowns. FOIL SALE-USED m CKS FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUSWhite FOR SALE-FLOWERS.

day's came, and the Legion and Line ups: team. I PLANTS AND SHRUBS

the Clowns will take care of the American Legion FOR RENTBOATSSam 1940 Ford panel truck, excellent I I enamel $2.75. Outside
this week.
games TVnguiera, ce; condition. $725. Apply 1415 white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per *
Cocoanut 25c
plants each. :5
Valdez made the
Manager
mo- R. Garcia, If; Pine Street nov29-6tx gallon, up. 50ftV garden
jon that first game start at 1:15p Solomon, 3b Lowe's Boat Rental Service. high. Apply 1509 South St
; hose, $3.95. Doherty & Co., 846
.ra and go the full nine innings D. Lastres ss New Mercury outboard motors i I dec4.llxRose
; Olivia. Phone 1597. decl-tf
and if it starts later than that A. Pazo 2b and Ramsey plywood boats and Late 1947 Chevrolet truck 1V4- :
;
tune, only seven innings. It was R. Henriquez, c rowboats. Visit Stock Island ton heavy duty, stake body. Bushes-World's best. Hints
;
seconded by Manager Smith. It A. Lastres lb; today and fish ,your worries Just like new. $600 cash, bali i I Bundles of old newspapers at 1- on care and culture. Free illustrated .
carried and it is left to the dis- Torres, rf; away. dec3-6tx ance can be financed. See I vent each bundle. Inquire athe catalog. McClunc
cretion of the umpire when thesecond James Muniz. 1028 Division ; Citizen Office. nov20-tf
Villareal p; i 1 Bros. Rose Nursery, Tyler,
game should be called. Rodriguez, p; FOR RENT-STORES St, Phone 1080. dec4-2t i Texas. dec4-ltx

The line ups for Sunday's game A. Rodriguez, Mcr. HOME DECORATORS I
was releases as follows: For first Key West ClownsL. Large store. 218 Simonton, 35x60. FOR SALE-USED CARS A large new shipment of fabricsat FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD

Same the Bombers and the Red Butler, ss; Reasonable. Phone 682, ask for CAROLINE SHOP! A va- FURNITURE fc APPLIANCES

Raiders will play and they will A. Mclntoch, rf; Hy. dec2-tf Mercury '47, 4-door sedan. Low. riety of large and small pat-

line up like.,his: R. Thomas, 3b; mileage. Perfect condition.I terns, stripes and solid colors.
BombersCaaaao C. Alec. If; HELP WANTED-FEMALE Radio and heater. 1795. Phone I All are exceptional values,I Must sell luggage trailer row.

If; L. Brown, lb; 590 or 425. nov29-6tx many at $1.25 per yard. boat radio electric range,
washing machine, piano, tricycle
Santant 2b; P. Allen, rf; :bears Roebuck and Company has dec2-6t

Roberts, c; E. Smith 2b; opening for a woman between I 942 Nash 4-door sedan. Good I automatic record player.
V. Vidal p; O. McIntoch, c; ages of 22 and 35. Some book- mechanical condition. $750. Marmoset monkey for sale. Ideal Make me an offer. 1569-J.
dee4-ltx
J. Albury cf; A. Dean, p; keeping essential and typing Inquire Al Corgis 703 Duval. pet Must sell before Dec. 20.
Joe Mira. lb: Curry. Manuel and Burgohy speed of at least 35 words per nov29-6tx Ask at 1508 Seminary after 5
J. Villareal 3b; Roberts, subs; minute required. Person se- I P.M. dec2-3t ; Large bed, innerspring mattress

G. Barber, rf; And Manuel sub. lected will receive training in __ I and dresser. $65.00. 7-A POTter -
1942 Chevrolet Radio, good I'
Al. Acevedo. ss; credit investigation, of approvals ]Last call for personally-designed I Place. dec4-2lx
B. Sweeting, and M. Sanchez, This game will start at 3:30: p. and collection of accounts. 933 tires new paint Street job.dec2-3tx Apply Christmas cards at the Marshall

subs; m. and continue until the um- Many employee benefits. Only Fleming I Studio in Telegraph Lane. Also
L V& dez, Mgr. pire or umpires think that it is applicants desiring permanent wall decorations and handmade Radio Grunow console $35; studio

Red Raiders too dark to play. He will be the employment need apply. Applyin 1939 Plymouth 4-door sedan. 714 gifts of distinction. couch $10; roll-away bed
..Baker cf; solejudge of the time to call the person at Sears Order Of Baker's Lane. dec3-2tx dec2-4-2t almost new. $20. 51-1: Poinci
J. Wareal. rf; game. fice. decl-4t I ana. dec4-3ts

1946 Chevrolet Fleetline, 2-tone. FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
Two waitresses report between One owner. Low mileage. W. APPLIANCESLake Gibson electric refrigerator. $llO.

TICKETS GO ON SALE 5 and 6 P.M. La Congo Bar. L. Moody, 900 Duval Street 2560 Staples Avenue Phone1576R.

..
dec4-ltx
I dec2-3t dec4-ltx State automatic dishwasher.Used .
less than one year. $150.
FOR NCCS FIGHTS HELP WANTEDMALEOR 1937 Ford 2-door sedan. Good Apply Home Sundry. I 2 youth beds (maple), complete.
FEMALE condition. $300.00. 536 White dec3-3t In perfect condition. $20.00
Street dec4-4tx I I each. 825 Georgia Street

Large Turnout Of ,. 1 Secretary for local accounting of- FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES. Phone 614-M. dec2-3tx

arranging for the training and fice. Permanent position. Call 1946 Ford de luxe "8" convertible.New SCOOTERS AND CYCLES
Boxers: Reported, Telephone 786 for interview. ,FOR SALEBICYCLESMan's
tires, new battery, all ac
equipping of the Boca Chica
dec2-3tx 1111
45 motor bike $75.00.
Several a cessories. Phone 465.
Including Team.
dec4-3t Georgia. nov24-10tx bicycle $34.50. Only used
The American Legion, Jayceesand HELP WANTED-MALE Avenue
Uhision Leaders 5 weeks. 1900 Staples
Kiwanis are backing the Indian motorcycle. 1948 model
dec4 Italady's
*. 'The,large 'tU ''n tiut'' of boxers boxing program and they urge all Rooter. to repairs 2 MacArthur 1941 fordor de luxe Chevrolet Sedan 74. Has extras of two spot- -
Key Westers to support the sport "Homes. Apply 3001 Harris Fully equipped with ra- lights, saddlebags luggage car-
who are training daily at NCCS I bicycle Rood bMnun
dio. This car is thoroughly
so it may continue to provide an Avenue Phone 432-J. rier, windshield, two mirrors.
at Boca Chic.. the Seaplane Base additional recreational resource dec4-ltx clean. Best buy in South' $750. Call Marathon 19 con-! tires, $19.50. 1900 Staples Ave.

and at Fleet Sonar School in preparation for citizens and winter visitors.It Florida. Phone A. J. Mc- tact Jimmy Warden, Marathon. dcc4.ltaLady's
for the fights at NCCSon has been ascertained that BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Ewan Boca Chica 212, after 5 dec2-3tx
Dec. 10. has surprised League due to some hurricane damagethe p.m. Seaplane Base 221. bicycle good balloon tine.

and Manager Lieutenant John Burk number of bleachers availa- Excellent retail business on Du- dec4-2tx FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE- $24.50. 1900 Staple Avenue

Trainer Ray King. USN. ble will not be as large as anti- val Street, low rental good REAL ESTATE detl-ltx

They are as pleased with the cipated and spectators are ad- lease, furnished living quarters, FOR SALE OR TRADE-

unexpectedly large number of vised to secure their tickets earlyto all fixtures stock, merchandise USED CARS Two adjoining lots one a corner FOR RENT-APARTMENTS
men entered for the matches and be assured of stats.Tickets
inventory, occupational licenseall lot 50x150 on King's Highway
at their fighting records, which will go on sale'today at paid. Business operating 1940 Chrysler club coupe, good Myrtle Beach, S. C. :Mrs. H. S. burnished 2-room apartment

include. several championships. the YMCA. NCCS and at the with hired help. $2,000 total condition. 240-C Poinciana Extension Bartless, 802 Eaton, Apt. 1. Utilities furnished. $25.00 week
Chaplain Gregory Palubicki American Legion Hall, and also
dec2-3tx
price. Will make a business dec33txFOR Iv. Sea Isle Apartments, BIS
who was a well-known intercollegiate may be had from Kiwanis and
excellent living and
couple an Windsor Lane. eWe-tf
boxer, has been active in Jaycees.
home. Call owner 458 or FOR SALE-BOATS AND SALE-REAL ESTATE
432-W. Have bought other MARINE MOTORS I
Furnished 3 rooms and
apartment
hiictnpAC and mud sell. 400 ft ocean-
Stock Island, over
Basketball bath. Maid and janitor MTV
League Adopts dcc4-2 Gray marine engines and service.C. front Bargain. Must be soldat ices, linens and utilities fur
I R. Smith opposite Firestone once. :Mr. Kitty, c/o Citizen nished. Summer rates. Cwral

FOR LEASE-HOUSES Station, Marathon. dccl-lmo decl-tf Pert
Rules And Regulations Hotel Office.Apartments oppwrte nov9-2t

Two-bedroom de luxe waterfront FOR SALE-STORE 4 lots, 200 front 120 deep. On
"" home. New and really exclu- EQUIPMENTTwo Avenue D, between 17th and
Each Club Is *r Furnished apjrtmt-nU. Electric
Allowed
sive. $1100.00 for season. Ideal 18th Sts. Half block from .
Rteonable
kitchen. Maid service.
location, references required. counters. Apply Horseshoe Poinciana Food Center. High .
10 Players; Games Sports ShortsMichigan Boat dockings at your door. Bar 802 Caroline. decl-4tx land and good soil. Price, $3.- 909 rates Elizabeth per day Street or ere

On Tuesday, Nothing like this has been offered 200. Apply to owner dec4-ltx, 1509 son. d<
I Call 432-W or 458. Two flourescent lighting fixtures, South Street
State
College's Gene
Wednesday, ThursdayThe I dec4-3t 4 feet long. Overseas Hotel
Glick hit eight of nine passes FOR SALE-DRY GOODS Modern furnished efficiency and
Island Basketball 917 Fleming Street dec2-3t bedroom Yearly' ..
City apartments.
against Iowa State for the tremendous WANTED TO BUY
league met last night at the City total of 241 and Biggest bargains in town on season rental. Pine Plaza.
yards
Hall under the direction of Re- four touchdowns. Wanted-Window shutters, 32x63. FOR SALE-HOUSES I sheets, chenille spreads curtains 1301 Truman Ave. nov30-tf
LOTS
AND ,
cloth- ,
blankets, lace
Phone 1451-J, after 5:00.: rugs
creation Director Paul G. Albury,
dec4-6t dresses and blouses. 508 FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS
and the managers of the clubs. North Carolina State's defend- Guest house. 2 blocks from new l I William St, Phone 831-R.

LL Commander R. Bluvelt, ing Southern Conference basket- BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES beach, 5 bedrooms. 3 baths, dec4-ltx Overseas Hotel low rates. Caf-

read the rules of the league play ball champions will play 28 apartment for owner. completely -I fee shop. bar. dccl-Imw

and with a few amendments was games during the 1948-49 Books Books Books furnished, electric kitchen.; FOR SALE-DOGS AND CATS
season Good income. Must be sold FOR RENTROOMSRooms

accepted.Each Club is allowed 10 players Art Bookshop.Supplies Cor. Simonton Art Supplies& Eaton at once. Real sacrifice. Terms.I Cocker Spaniel for sale, buff year

and a player must request his dec2tuesthurssatlmoxMISCELLANEOUS By owner. 1328 White Street. I and half old. Registered AKC. and light housekeeping

release! and a copy sent to the I Competition in 12 intercollegiate dec2tfI I Has seventeen champions in' rooms, $5 to $15 per week. 411
Recreation Department and waiton sports is sponsored by past thirty ancestors. Call at William Street nov27-2
week before he can play with Michigan State College. Last Waterfront home. 2 bedrooms 2" 504 Bahama Street dec4-2tx'I'
another club and his contract I year they drew a total of 1,553 and baths, furnished. Must be sold FOR RENTTRAILERSNew
must be in the Office of the Recreation candidates. Washers irons vacuums at once. Cheap. Owner, 1328 i REPAIRS-RADIOS
Department 24 hours be- fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone White Street dec3-tf trailer all convenience, for

fore. I Joe McCluskey, veteran distance 1164M. nov29-12t I Radio repairs while-U-wait LowI tourist couple No children

J_ V. Woodson and Joe Domen- running star of the New framed FOR SALE OR LEASE- standard prices by catalog. 14 Must be quirt reliable and
Picture framing, pictures
ech are named officials of the York Athletic Club will engage and matted. DiNegro's, 614 REAL ESTATE I years radio experience in manufacturing particular. Available Dec 12
league and M. Rosom alternate. in his 20th year of competitionthis plants. 1116 Whitehead monthly m advance, Phone
Francis Phone
Games will be played Tuesday season. I 1197M.dec423tx Desirable corner lot for sale or Street nov30-26ts: 1055-W. drcl-3t
Wednesday and Thursday nights i.j* A.._.*"* innrr"a *- .inn v i'\n I -- ----

and the games will be at 7 p. m., The only team in the National STORAGERed Suitable for hotel ; apart!

8 p. m. and 9 p. m, any club that Football League annually to play ments. One block from beach.

does not appear for a game will Thanksgiving Day games is the Brick Storage Co. Furniture For particulars write Box 466.I For QUALITY FLOORS, ICa
be given 10 minutes grace and Detroit Lions. decltfFOR
then game forfeited to the opponents -i or commercial. Phone 798.

if they have a club on the decl- SALEHOTELSSmall Inlaid Linoleum
Harry Heilmann, former De-
floor.
troit Tiger baseball and
Any club that fails to finish a great LOST
now a radio broadcaster on the hotel in downtown Key Kentile
schedule, all games played shallcount West Fla.. contains 8 large
Tiger also assists in the ,
games Lady's wrist watch, Bulova. black I
and rest of their games forfeited -
with 5 baths and two
of Detroit Lions football rooms
airing cord band. Lost on Southard Tile
to the clubs they are All in perfect Asphalt
apartments.
games.A Street or in Palace Theater. .
scheduled to play. From Dec. 23 condition. Large lot and good
to Jan. 4. 1949 there will be no Reward, return to Mrs. Navar-
games played on account of the 20-game schedule will 6e ro, 532 Grinnell Street money account maker.of health.Must Box disposeon 532, New Colors and Patterns for Every ttimm

holidays.. played by Auburn's 1948-49 dec2-3t West Florida. in the Jloute
Key
It was decided that each club basketball squad. The Tigers decl-tf
that the winners of the first half will appear in 16 Southeastern GARDEN AND LAWN SINK COVERING OUR SPECIALTYH9

play five games in each half and Conference contests and four SUPPLIESNew
ESTIMATES 1111
OR LEASE- FREE
FOR SALE
and the winners of the second non-league matches.

half in each league shall play a shipment tropical fish. Ideal BUSINESS PLACES Covering Co.
Floor
three game series to decide the end of five games played by each Christmas gifts. Key West Key West
Champions of each league. club against each other. Garden.:and Lawn Supply Co.. Imperial Bar for sale or lease.

League play will, start on Dec. 7, Games for next week will be 914 Fleming St. TeL 1019. For information, call 780. I 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Shits PHONE IU46ATURAAZ

and first half will end on the' published Monday night. 'I -__ dec2- decl-4tx




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Italian] DeclinesIn Russians meat that of the Czr.dwIont.+
HOLY COMMUNION Form :
I Soviet Friendship sort*?.f

Swiss Schools Czech ClubPRAGUE.4A Subscribe To The Citizen.

I TO BE. OBSERVED "
ZURICH, Switzerland-(ff)- club for Soviet I

Italian is one of Switzerland's citizens in Czechoslovakia' First Presbyterian Ouch

official languages but in Ger has been formed and official'
CHURCHES! accounts While and Washington 3tMti:
BY TWO man-speaking Zurich school authorities said it would number -

are finding it difficultto 2,000 at the start. The club will .'
get enough students togetherto have a library and reading room SUNDAY SQIOOL

AI First Methodist Church The Holy]jk make up classes in the Italian with 40,000 books and Soviet STARTS AT 10:00 AM.
language. Too many students are magazines. Its work will supple- I Men's Bible Clau. II
Rev. J. )P. Reid, pastor of flem- choosing English as their lan- AJ4.t
Communion Will Be In Morning, At ing Street Methodist Church will guage, the teachers say.

occupy the pulpit There will bea ,In one large school district, Quirrli Service
Ley Memorial Church In Evening Youth Fellowship meeting at only 46 students chose to study Grace' Lutheran 11100
6:30 p. m., and a song service will Italian while 207 selected Eng- ; ( A.M.

,start at 7:10 p. m. lish. Only about 10 per cent of Church
SPECIAL MUSIC TO BE RENDERED BY CHOIRS
; I "God the Only Cause and Cre- the students elect to study 7:30 P.M.
"IHSCOVERMG PEARL OF GREAT PRICE" ISSEIUIOV ator" will be the subject up for Italian. Some language professors HIS PETHONIA- STREET Young People
that if this development : Croup
discussion at 11 a. m. tomorrowat say t
: SUBJECT AT FIRST BAPTIST; THE the Christian Science Society. persists, Italian will disappear Sunday SchooL 9:30 AM. i Carrie Rash Leader

Iff:". REID TO OCCUPY FLEMING ST. PULPIT There will also be a meeting at entirely from thecurricula of -

8 p. Wednesday.. some secondary schools. Divine Service, i I 7t30. PIONEER CROUP
Holy/Communion will be observed by at least two local Worship tomorrow morningwill Homer Herrick. Leader

churches at services tomorrow. At First Methodist Church Holy begin at 11 o'clock in the The northern sea-cow, a gigantic 10:30 A. f. Visitors. Friends sad Member

Communion will be observed at the 10:50 a.m. services, whileat Church of Christ. Evening wor- relative of the dugong, was
discovered during Berling's REV M. K. C. VETTER. Pastor : Art Invited to Our Serrlce
Ley Memorial Methodist Chuihch there will be a candle ship will be at 7:45 p. m. voy- l

light Holy Communion which will bgin at 7:30 p.m. Morning worship tomorrow in age to the north Pacific in 1741- -- '- ---
and became extinct as speciesin --
Holy Communion at First Methodist Church will be observedat ,the Poinciana Baptist Church 1768. a .

10:50 a.m. The organist. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, will play a Para- will begin at 11 a. m. and evening

phrase of "My Faith Looks Up to Thee", by R. Stults and "Med- worship will get under way at Ley Memorial Methodist Church"The

itation", by F. Rathbun. "He Cares for Me", by H. Von Berge. 8p.m.
will be the anthem by teh choir. Mrs. Orion Russell will .sing i Divine worship will be held at GLAD TIDINGS Church with a Welcome" I
10:50 tomorrow in the Corner of DIVISION and GEORGIA STREETS
"Prayer", by David Guion. a. m.
Miss Sylvia .Frnch will!lead the meeting of the Methodist Grace Lutheran Church the Rev. TABERNACLE"ASSEMBLY ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor :
.. M. K. C. Vetter
pastor, announced -
Youth ai 6:30
Fellowship OF GOD"Co

The pastor, the Rev. today. Georgia and Petronia Sts. CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 AJU.
the Rev. George McNeill Ray, The Rev. L. Munro, former pas-
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Wells will preach at 7.30 Miss Miriam I
pastor, will deliver a sermon entitled tor of First Methodist Church Carey, Supt
on "Life's Priorities, "Discovering the Pearl of will be the principal speaker at Sunday Services 10:50 AM. i
Organ" numbers: "In and Great Price" at the 10:50 a. m. the Youth for Christ Rally to beheld Sunday SchooL 10:00 A.M.Morning Morning WorshipSermon ,
ing. by I. Wilson
'
ered Roses." by L I service. at 7:30 p. m. tonight in the Worship, : "OUR CONSCIENCE" I
The church choir, under the direction First Methodist Church. There
choir will sing "Praise 'I' 11 :00 o'Clock 6:30
I of Mrs. Thelma Porch will be solos by Phyllis Whit- P.M., Methodist Youth Felloiethip
for Thee by E. Young People. 6:30 P.M.
with Mrs. W. E. Fowler, organist, comb, Margaret Pinder and Rosemary
Paul D. Herrick will 7:30 P.M.
theme hymn. i will render special music for this I Felton. Evening Worship, Evening WorshipHOLY
of the Congregational First Presbyterian Church will o'Clock
season year. 7:30
The official board will Church""I I singing will consist of Christ- hold services at 11 a. m. tomor- MIDWEEK SERVICES. COMMUNION (Candlelight Service) I

the annex on Monday, the mas music. I row, it was announced today. At TUES. and FRL 7:30 P.M.D. Wednesday. 7:30 P.M.. Mid-week Prayer Service I
7 JO p. mw. I The Rev. John M. Peyton, pas- 7:30 p. m. the Young People's Friday. 7:30 P.M. Young Adult Hobby Night I

At morning worship jtor I of First Congregational Group under the direction of T. NEWMAN. Pastor -

Memorial Church the I Church will preach on, "This DoI Homer Herrick will conduct the All Are Welcome .- .. .
sing, "The Lord Is My ( I Ye-In Remembrance of Me", at services. ----

and the Rev. Robert W. the 11 a. m. services tomorrow.At The Rev. D. T. Newman is

pastor, will speak on the the evening service the Rev. new pastor of the Glad Tidings The FIRST METHODIST
"Our Conscience." A Mr. Peyton will have as his sub- Tabernacle, Assembly of God. at CHURCHCorner
itation will be given by ject"We Have Seen His Star." Georgia and Petronia streets. First Congregational Church
Mr. Weaver at the Special music will be renderedby I Morning worship will be at 11 of EATON and SIMONTON STREETSG.
Holy Communion at 7:30 the choir. a. m. and evening worship will 517-S27 WILLIAM STREET.
I LEON WELLS. Pastor
At the First Baptist At both services tomorrow, the be at 7:30 p. m.I Between Southard fc Fleming

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4 Sunday SchooL 9:45 A.M.J. 's Sunday Services

I rm2) ';? NJIB Archer,11:00 Supt.AJ-L Classes for All E 9:45: A.M., Sunday School (Nursery during Church. How)

MORNING WORSHIP"This 10:50 A.M Morning ""l'1'lllp!
: WITH HOLY COMMUNION

BY EMILY NOBle Me"Do-Ye Communion.-In Remembranceof Service 6:30 P.M. Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship .

tJ NwrfeeMee 6:00 P.M., Christian Endeavor 7:30 P.M Evening W..r...Iilp :

.. CHAPTER 15 Hun along, Pat; at your ale very long anyway? I dance because 7:30 P.M. : Sermon Theme "LIFE'S PRIORITIES" ..
ought to be ashamed." I feel like dancing not because 9:00 P.M., Hour
J you WORSHIP Fellowship at the First Baptist Church
in her chair in her new EVENING :
SITTING There had been a general I have had some dull rou-
Rosalie-smiled in laugh] Pat had dropped.his hand, tine beaten into me. I told that "We Have Seen His Star" -- .
Invitation "
Special To Service
complete happiness. Rex had die had slammed the door, and teacher so today. Wed. 7:30 Prayer-Praise I Men
found this place for her, and he: taxi had taken her on to meet Roy's long nervous fingers fluttered p.m. I jI
t though the rent was staggering Rex] who was waiting for her. She at his bow tie. "Have you Fri.. 7:30.Young People's Night i I. ._
after what she had been used to I It lad! slammed the door on her danced for your old teacher
All her life, she had quietly moved 'whole past. She was never going again? I mean since you-* ; COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH
US
in. He was handling her money for I It to let her mind run back that way Her quick laugh cut off his I
her and said he wanted to know again She had a new life, new words. "How many times must I I
t where she was and what she was work,new friends new ambitions.. tell you people I never had any Christian Science I
doing all the time. "Haven't I any She wanted nothing out of the real teacher? 1 taught myself. [[ CHURCH
private life?" she had queried past. Can't a person just dance because ::! FLEMINGhIESI!
1 laughingly, and he had answered She laughed as if to rub an they want to dance?" Societyof J :
.-No one has any privacy in the eraser across the memory of the What about the old woman too
theatre. You're a goldfish in a past. Roy sat at the piano, tall, fat' to get out of her chair?" Key West C REV. J. B. REID. Pastor :
bowL You belong to everybody thin, with his lean ravaged face :
Rosalie stopped laughing and 327 ELIZABETH STREET
and if everybody doesn't feel that and thick prematurely white hair I'
frowned. She crushed out her
don't go to see you and him such
way they which gave a strange
.. I YOU don t click. You have clicked. look. He had been playing very cigarette carefully as if making a Sunday School 9:30 AM.
You can't turn back any more." decision. Her words came tightly. I CHURCH SCHOOL. 9:45 AM.. Classes For All Ages
A softly as he did for her on occasion ..._ _
r \ She remembered the words a i He stopped and faced her. -I"H Y never was an that woman Sunday Morning Services Merrill Felton, General Superintendent
dozen times a day and U.ey were ""Why do you laugh that way, merely told Rex on the I
music to her. As if she would Rosalie? I've heard you do it be- train because-because I was At 11 o'ClockSubject Morning Service" __Ohm __ _h_? 10:50 o'CorkYouth
making things up"- .
8 8ii ever want -to turn back. She was fore." : "
absolutely through with the past. She reached for a cigarette, one II. He sighed. "Then "she hasn't "GOD THE ONLY CAUSE Fellowship. 6:30 P.M. "
would look backto Rex had given seen you dance at all.
She never even of the special ones I
AND CREATOR"Wednesday Song Service 7:10 P.M.
see how far she had come so her with Rosalie printed on it in "How do I know?" She got up :
ii quickly. She had closed the door thin gold letters.. She liked Roy restlessly. "What do I care? I just Eteiiing's Evening Worship 7:30o.CJork
firmly when she cut Pat Bulger and liked him to play for her like dance. Who sees me or doesn't see C
of the theatre he love Meeting at 8 o'Clock REV. REID WILL DELIVER BOTH SERMONS SUNDAY
dead on coming out this. She knew was in me doesn't a suppose you
iip the second night It seemed years with her in a completely hopelessway think I didn't do rJ; well the last Reading Room in the Church "
asp instead of just three weeks but it had been enough to week as the first. Edifice will be open Tuesdaysand .
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p but she could still see his look of stop him from drinking. Rex hadcalled "That's right. You know you Fridays from 6 to 8 P.M. JllunlnIllIllIlHllllllnlllnnIUIllIlIUllllllllllllllllnllll{ -lllllJmIllIJIIIJnnUUIllltll: -
amazement. He had run after her that a minor miracle. She slumped. and Thursdays from 2 to 4 P.M.
and held the door as she was getting ; -! smiled gently at him. A wave of anger swept over
'S into the taxi. He had cried! "I thought you liked to hear me her. "You just say that because i Youth for Christ
.F "Rosalie! It's. roe. It's Pat. I want laugh You told me so." you miss your liquor and feel Rally
to take you home to celebrate.'" He. moistened his dry lips tired. Go get a bottle. and cheer .
f And she had said'coldjy. "I don:' ;Your,.laughter is like music.". up." !';; 10 j Director HARRY RUSSELL
know you. I never saw you befl>xe. It was a cruel thing to say and I CHURCHof tkiscrTUNIGIff 7:30
'" Please take your hand off the H&E drew a deep breath. Til see she knew it His haggard face 'I O'CLOCK
door. tomorrow morning for re- looked even more drawn as he at
She laughed softly now. Pat hearsaL I-I really dropped in to smiled wryly. CHRISTAshby
had looked even blanker than Joe tell you not to be late, as we only; "Why don't you go see the fat | FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
A have the room till woman who taught and tell
when she had slapped him. policeman practice up you
and Von Phister Streets = Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
1. had come along and told noon. herHe
him not to worry the actresses. "Must we rehearse every day! got no further. She fairly
to' It was Tim on his horse, but she Did I go stale or what?" pushed him out of the apartmentinto SPEAKER: I
hadn't looked at him. Pat had "A dancer rehearses every dayor the halL Out there a smartly I SUNDAY
cried. "But it's our Rosalie. We she doesn't last very long. dressed young woman stood wait- i REV. L
S want to take her home to cele- She laughed. "I'm not that kind ine. Bible Sttuly 10 A.M. MUNRO I
of dancer. Who wants to last (Te M enUa.ed). I ;;
brate. WeTODAY- a Former Pastor of First Methodist
t. I Worship . 11 A.M. ii
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IN HISTORY Your Horoscope The halo around the sun a ring I Evening ORGAN SOLO =-- .." ngaiet'1Kn'd; ;J

.", (Know America) i I colored like a rainbow, is causedby Worship 7:45 P.M. PIANO .,___--. __ __ -- Rosemary Felton
I tiny ice crystals that bend I
r: 1783-Gen. Washington bids. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, EVERYONE WELCOME E
light rays.I COME BRING A FRIEND
farewell to his officers in New : 1948-Today's native will be passionate :- trtunuuluullnunluuluuuuuuluuuuuuuuummuuuunuuuuumululuululw
WEDNESDAYBible luuu tluuu
York-tears moistened the and probably I
eyes compas
I LEGALS Study 7:45 P.M.
\ of all, as each bade him farewellat sionate. The mind may be given
end of the Revolution. I to the gratification of the senses I' For Information. Phone 810

1867-The National Grange, for i the pushing of a selfish idea, j jJ | 1\ TUB.K\ KNTII 1IHl'11i'JI1)11I.COI'HT f'IRf'IIT OF THKKl The First Baptist Church

Patrons of Husbandry, organized J I possibly to a point that will render OK Till: !'tTTK OF FI.OIUII. ;
by Department of Agricultural I them delusive. There seems IM 'OR MONHOK COl NT*. 1
Washington. I to be some ambition and a good IN C'11.%\fKHt. Corner BAHAMA and EATON Streets
employees in I j'I c...e >.. 1I-433. Poinciana Baptist
I 1915-Henry Ford's "Peace.Ship" i heart underneath. I KUIKR J DAILY.rialntiff. GEORGE McNEILL RAY Pastor

g. sails from New York to!j SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1948 \... rmoiiri Church17th ,
1 "get the boys out of the trenchesby ; -The mind of today's native is MARY LOUKLLA DAILY,
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Christmas." I' active, in some cases ready to OIII1KK Defendant.OF P''U."TIOTO and Eagle SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AJ*.

1918-Germans seem more as-I undertake daring enterprises; : Mary Louella hails F. W. Smith Superintendent
tonished than alarmed at sight i but the life may be circum- 2SW2 Cleveland Ave.Y..

of the American-French army of':scribed. Under some influences Ton Canton are ,hereby Ohio. required to ap-1 I 10:50 A.M Morning Worship
occupation as it crosses into Ger- this might go so far as to reach!i I pear to the Kill of Complaint Sunday SchooL 9:45 A.M. Sermon: "Discovering the Pearl of Great Price'
1. many. I a restraint of liberty. Divorce in the above stIed case.
I or before the 23rd: day of I"','. &P-I Morning Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF, 10.50 to 11:50
1925-Some 600,000 horn e- .\. D tilt otherwise the & ,," Morning Worship, :
seekers found camped in Florida*i The American people eat half I I therein mill be taken an "' 11:00 o'Clook BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
C' This Order Is to be published once
1932-First band of hunger- billion meals .
a daily.America's :i I a week for four consecutive week, I
... marchers, some 25,000 men, women : in The Key West (Citizen, a.new.. > 6:30 P.M., Training Union 7:30 P.M. Evening 'unolailt
per published at Keytst. )
and children, arrive in full and active
partici-I CountT. Florida a-1 Sermon: "Slaves with God or Mammon-Wbichr
I Washington. pation in the United l>one and Ordered this nth day Evening Worship
194?-American carrier based 1946 John L. Lewis and Xov..ml..r. A. D, 1'(!!. The Lord's Supper Will Be Observed

planes attack Jap-held Marshall I United Mine Workers fined for Gran Clerk HO.SS of the C Circuit SAWYER Court 8:00 o'Clock

e lsL nd3. contempt of court.1947Attorney I.I.'I Monroe {'''U II I). Florida
_. Americans Hy Florence E. Sawyer, Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Prayer and Praise Service
> 1944 Germans and
'I General makes' Deputy Clerk.J. .
v battle for the Saar Basin. public list of about 90 organizations Y. Porter IV.Solicitor Public Cordially Invited Friday. 7:30 P.M. Choir Practic.
19.45-U. S. Senate votes for Plaintiff.
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Pllones..Y The LESLIE Citizen GULEY OUiceSlResldence629XJ Display SundayYesterday __-A&------t I NETWORK PROGRAMS. rLj.0' Masonic rAils .

it was announcedthat '"TI"'. it taster*ttandardt Par. ten.tral tel'.' t Jen & w. ... ....... ....

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Liinrhron Hearing Aid Demonstration _____ of. Seme-local relay to fit stations..... *.1Ie4.chahfOliour ..... I' r.A.M.ea.

And SivimYning, Party would be held Sunday afternoonat j Last net M minute includtd. tretram n cnant. (5*. I' ._tr this wrek it was ..

livid the Woman's Club on buval ___ day by Frank Oshlpful =

fly Officers Wives Luncheon street from 2 to 5 o'clock, sponsored j SATURDAY, DICtMltft 4 .; master e.. ...
by Miss Etta Patterson.! j 1 TM othee ..... iv
J [f Club;1 ( Ymterdny Beautiful Affair Inadvertently the article read] ....hat Dade Ladff .ses ..... s J.

. 1:00: -News tiroadcait.obS5.wsea5t *. armor ....... -
"Sunday, December 4th. This
k I ,..ii Offiftn Wiv" Club lunparty Those attending the luncheonand should have read "Sunday December -v_ A Kent Sh Ent7 w_be 0&1- junior waM ..

i ...um -a ...1IWNftC .. 5th." Sports ParacJbaat vor. trNIIwwf' ....

y"**rday" at Caaa Ciyo Hueiae aIwM the Mesdames swimming party included Anyone with a hearing loss Is Taka A Numbst.mba.wsIt5:15RelIgion la N.wbe \ I Weect. .........,..
t > WM .1 H. E. Pace. S. urged by Miss Patterson to attend Lk s uceu Umo-eb* : \r Officer, ., .ue te
I oI..the. lovxlint af. Wrt w. Charles W. .,, 4:30-Th* NBC Syrophofly-nb
hits...r KrW Knapp. O. W,. this social meeting and _. _ : Saturday 8 on-lls ,Installed.Ehard ",
\ by the Club. All Myers. D. W. Gibb Alexander C. Hearing Aid Demonstration. #. S Harry WielDer Bporta- b after that .....
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arUvHjr fc.. plo-* outdoor Husband. Dane Musto-mb t :
I on Morgan H. Harris. Tru. or FU_mb-Leit
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ajrourxU. and the Rex MSN w tn. COlJuneatal7-'Cb.
Goodman. Calendar Of
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*Hr .M prrftrt far outdoor lun- Hutchcraft R. Jack BeaU Comment-ab News Notes
, ...*... aa4 .wMnrmnf. F. Cook. H. W.. Latham, M. .E. ; 7:00: -Mr Favorite Hu.t>an
t .........>.I>cwruMted of fruit Rice, J. J. Sullivan. F. B. Becker. Coming Events Hawaii Dance Jamboree Calls Mu.lc1aamb.Hour-ab 1 The rhra, ..

,-I.' $ld $loUttjmarinated Hamilton. 7:30-Vtc Damon Show-nbc

! ....t.It.. ..c., ir* ......... rake and Howard. Dowski McFadden SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5th- L : News Vaughn Broadcast Monroe-Band IIa7:45Mel cba I'IF. -.- America feathers,Have Is a .
.Is... Uw Duggon. Gadberry' Rehearsal. "The Messiah", Key ,. T
rvWuc of which folth Baillod.. : AH. Sport.-mbl E TeA Actress Bar.
Haan ket valu .hem
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Johnston Rex
..... West Choral First
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wvmrrMnf part,. J. Group 1:03: -Hollywood Theater-nb I bars Bates 4 esat seem to ta
Murphy
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J. have 1M ,... .
Trevor J. PinI
Sing It Again Quii-cbs
J 'IN prWtnanr* of Jd.... Ma.t der Cawdrey Methodist (Stone) Church. Famous Jury TriaissbeTwenti -afraid that Taby. the black cat. ,
|t .Biva. BrfMrn. wt. rnttYtained I Gummersion. Al- Male voices 2:30: ; female! Questions Qola-robs will brine her .bad lack. relative
the bright i I _
I| Ly n+>''.... dwb and their !I Martin Carl Hilton Guy I voices 3:15: ; full rehearsal NEW YORK ICE SHOW PERFORMERS' 8 JO-Truth or Con.equeDCte-llbe ..
cuesti Carleton Gainer Lennox. Ad- Vivian LaFayette. Seattle Wash., I Amazing VUlon] *-abUf : n. Sow a iggI ... ..
skater dangles fish
4:00 P.M. All members a a ove
t **li >MN.. Hawaiian : urged !
dances.I kins. Bliss. Little. Ruther. Wheeler E4die and Oscar that Bcsln at 50.mba5:00fill Notes : queasily ,..... .... .
\ .M. aalrndasl. 101... r to attend. penguins waddle around on the lie duringa Parade, Sinatra-nt* Interesting I ...
. Brown who j Fiederling. I show at Madison ; .. ... .
to ........... .. a fmtthed artiste Miller. Thomel- MONDAY DECEMBER 6th.-. Square Garden NewYc.k. I Winner Butters Take Alt Drama-cbsGang abs I 'I to tunis IuSM t.. -.

"- her P......>.ben of "Loftl,. J jaon. Edwards. Perry, Seabrook I, Business Meeting, Board of --- -- .4r----- Gabriel; Heatttr-mbs ;. Ancient Greek athletic con-1 I, Inner iesew off

1 .H*.U ......... he WUR' a lone send Carmen Gebiles Dolon. Town- Directors, Key West Players, These Women .:t*-Lanny Row Show-nib* tests were intimately connected I _, .AI I es ... !.iJ

, .4Hla. > pate mt Merver design. and wine Lowe.Jones.Graham. Clark. Red- Barn Theatre. 8:00: p. m. .1 I It t JO It-Pass Judy to Canora Be Ignorant Show--abe cbs: with religion. I heidi wieb ..... ...
Harbilas Las -
HsM w.. ll. Regular Business Meeting, Jay- To Be Announced-ab .
ewpenaMy beautiful ;; ;
,. Belt Silverthorn Mandel Spen- shees, 7:30: p. m., Junior DEAR SANTA: Guy Lombard 6bew-mbs flhe4es.langeesge .,
Containers made of stainless
err. Wells Mann Cay .be :3I
T Wollenweider, 10:00-Dennis Day's a. .pa-M a
Chamber of Commerce Club-
Becker who hostM Home Town Reunion -cbsWhim steel have service life of about
was a
Folta. Marrow Alexander, Tanner house. Quls'abuChicago effect wGreraw .. ....... ..
to* Hw pan rereived thefw Peiry PLEASE BRING mbs 14 years.
Gillette. Theater-
Mabrey by
Woolley.
.Hu. .! dw Cancer film showing County
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cueats and mem.is Fowler Malpass 10:30-Grand Oto Ofrry-nboMilitary

...*...far...Her.., vtry fine handlinTrnttitire < I dee Palmer Christie Lynch Schnei-Jones. I Health and Emma Department.Streets 8:00:Fleming p. m. ME\ A MAN\ Hayloft Hoedown Ball-aba abo New York alone has as many Rhr"** 1M:1
and Hayes. ; t1OG-N. *: Variety-abaNews. telephones as all of either Latin i was unkn :

I ___ ____ __ -- I Address Lester.by Hostesses Dr. J. Lancelot, Navy News. and Variety.Dance 1 bra.-cba Boor-aba. America or Asia.It I iS .*....,..." :

Wives Club No. 88. By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP 'U. s.w KOTO'S a Krackln'-mbs when it aakajeiejrs.. SS; '.s ..... tit

; Program For "FolliesOf r Meeting Board of Directors, Newsfeatures Writer ; 12OO 11 JO--Dancing Dane* Band Contlnuodabs'eltNETWORK Shows robe is believed that Niagarafall I dilate: Uirrfc iced Liiai ......
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Navy Wives Club No. 88, It has certainly never been will wear its way back to1 I
WIT Announced; To Be Presented home of the president. Mrs. the intention of this pillar 'Ca( Lake Erie in about 5,000 years. -- -

Vera Wood, 1500 for "column" I Test Oraew .
Seminary synonym picked
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4 l)v.. 15-16' fly Junior; )Wonum's Club St., 2 p. m. Up the other day) to dashpeople's I. PROGRAMS. ,- The original Greek Olympic I STAR *BriANCOFrBI

Regular meeting. Room Mothers hopes-and right before Time is .*.terlt stafltfa' ..r&e" games were held over a period of ,
A tofkUftv* pru ram for the 1 mission after which Part, Two Division Street School Christmas. too. %: .tral' standard subtract ere hour, fir.neuntan !nearly 1,200 years. AMERICAN
...Ish.. .f If+ standard subtract twe
TKaa now been will take place. There will be an P.-T. A., 7:30 P.ITL, at School. 4J ".ura. 5ns loCal .tu.o" CPl5n.ihour and CUBAN
.... p...fcr TMa affair is to beNT I I overture But I feel it of relay t. fit local schedule.
a'd followed by Rhythm Regular meeting Executive my duty to pass Last minute program changta' can The giving of a ring to make a -Try A P.sMRegister T...,
M JUMOT
Woman' Rhapsodies; Lawyer's Breakfast; Board Poinciana School P. along the bad news with the /. not be included. betrothal was originally an ancient
.. ft** II a** If. and the \j Still More?; Orientale; Enough; A T. A.. 8 p. m. Home of Mrs. good. And. sisters. .
... ., Ihe ps............ which .is I Man's Idea of a Hen Party; South Maggie Baughman 9-1 Poin bad news. DICIMIU -
SUNDAY S
._*rf.. k* r>M. U.yd of New,'I of Key West and as a finale for ciana Place.TUESDAY To wit bachelors are become More than four times as much

Y.Ii Oka., win W md up of the entire show, the entire cast. .DECEMBER 7th- ing as scarce as 50-cent blue Aft.,.... I life insurance is now owned in Nowlf
......lwf .. Ww Owb and other 1:00-America Ulllt... Talka- M i
It has been planned that immediately Regular meeting Key West plate specials.The News Commentary the United States as in 1920.
M. MlfttMW i following the closing Woman's Club, 3:30: p. m. at To Be Continued-aba 'You'
This Means
stMV 14 "peeled to open night performance of the show, a Woman's Clubhouse on Du- United States Census Bureau News Commentary-mt. Rhubarb has been used in I

vttfc a. em t
taM II"I'll... .... ...... the pre members of the cast and the Junior Motion Picture "Christ the enced by whimsy and strawsin TURBAN Actress Mae I News Broadca t-mba Chinese prescribed it as earlyas ( ,'I Itrtmitt Fr+mJ0rk

........* of .b.... with Woman's Club at Raul's Club. I' King." Parish Center, 1021 the wind indicates that West wears a draped turban Ida TeU-Chicago It Again ROIlDcta.blIIM-cbs 2700 B. C. If.Le.4&SN.t
... &",, ..... with. a face-framing scarf at a
pl-- a Key The program as presented Duval street 8 p. In. Sponsored Sunday Vesper*-aba f
finding husband
is
.... ..... ...... t a currently night club in JloU7Woo4- Singing Canaries mb*
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WASH .
; above is purely tentative, and I by St. Mary Star of the a girl's hardest Rice basic diet for millions I is iSe.
job. 1:4S-Tb. Uuslo Bot-mb.
... ...-. What ZitUT; Ha.rn. .: there be Sea Church. No admission annual Most of it .is
I may changes later on In 1940 the bureau reports 2OO-Flrat Piano Quartet-nbd an grass.
... l4.iiwaiw.... More. FiRrptaH. :I I before the final definite an- I charge. Public invited. rather starkly, one man out of Festival et Song-cb. grown with its roots standing in ; ChristmasGift
..-.. Week Around World-aba $5
and finally, to inouncement i
OECEMBER 8- other
as to same. Meantime WEDNESDAY. three who was between the ages The Weather Air Force Show-mbs water but species grow
.... .. a afts.. the first part. of rehearsals are going along Regular meeting, Hospital of 20 and 45 t:30Ulllveralt'r..et..M. successfully! on ordinary land.
ia r.M.. K.r W........... I I splendidly. and everyone is Auxiliary 2 p. m., Monroe was eligible for an You Ar. There-cbaj 'I Award I
II altar date. As of last year, the Mr. prs.Ident-.be .
'fli. ''a4N .. be i
s. an inter JEOBECAST
pleased with its
j progress. County Hospital. number has been chopped down: Nows: Veterans' Pl&el-aba __ .
.. : I lingo Key West and Vicinity Con- S:0& N. ?. Pbllbarnbnlo-cba
.A... '- -a--- P3I1Y.sponsored. by to : .
in four. .4
a mere one ", '
News Broadcast-abe Key Westers and VUUorsI .1 '.'J.IN' ltIant rut 9. _
Navy Wives Club No. 88, This situation Tmued fair weather with little Music Broadcast-nibs .
is
aS grave one
rwiirnnrrx. / Of Trips To Havana; South Beach Restaurant Pa which should give everyone, change in temperature. Moder- 3:1S-Future of AmerIcS-abs The Little White House I .'IHsrdest .a ( ,.I'.j
tio. 8 m. Public invited. Si30 Oh. Man's Family- b.
p. from blushing maiden to ambitious ate northeasterly winds today Treasury- Band-aba Restaurant ":r" sisal Ihlir+ry told
A"usl'rtlt's Weekly meeting. Navy Wives
Travelers' parent something' knownas ..Jl.mmg southeasterly Sunday. Jurcotie Jury-mbs
In- ilneIe, .... T&sf $ *
a
Club No. 88, 2 p. m. NCCS. "pause." Florida: Clear to partly cloudy 4:00-Quit Rid* Joe Kelly-nba 1201 SIMONTON STREET

.Wr AaAg.HavafM the BMsrrnrri I leaving ,I Charles Van Deursen Jr., Mr. THURSDAY DECEMBER 9th- Let's consider the implicationsfrom weather thru Sunday. Little Ted Malone. of Myalerr Tautabelions. -mbs Will Open rr01i., Iee. II
yeaUt-elay via Aero Auxil- JACK BAKER'SNURSERY
Sewing Hospital
and Mrs. group
Richard
Widden. Mrs. a number of angles. In the change in 4:15: Johnny Thompson SelDcabe4:30N..a
.... 'V S. A. waa Peter Niles.i ,' Mercedes Viera iary, 2 p. m., Monroe County tempjrature.Jicksonville Delicious Cuban. Mexican and
. and Diego Gon first place the decline of the thru the Florida ; Living IKS-fiba
.f Stars cbs, American Dish Pr.panclltr ,
mter the Patriria Hotel lln zalez. Hospital. Skyway to **
.... I. bachelor may be one of the Straits and East Gulf: Gentle tomoderate Opera AudltloDbo Chef of Cuba
.. aj>4 vtre-preaMient of the Other included Regular meeting. Key West nicest Detective Mysteries-mM D. PEREZ.
....... .IUH. Aaaonation. : Robert, Martha passengers and Susan Garden Club, 8 p. m., Wom American compliments It ever paid to variable winds mostly 1:00-Jane Plckens Show-nb Pavilion. Worlds Fair. .New. ml a..'... -rIIN.W .
"-" .. also .. : Saxon I women. may mean north to northeast today, becom- Bob Q. Lewis Show-cbs
ut. ? waa )I. Jean JetS Agnes McHugh. Jerome an's Clubhouse on Duval York City. PHOtfC
Sacheck. that during the past seven or ing .east to southeast Sunday. Quiet Please Drama-abo "
"'" tej4ephnne of New street Drama-mbs
operator Joe La Shadow I
Tiola. Theodore
Holland techniques
eight hunting -
,.... II years our Partly cloudy weather.No JiO ConcerIIMStrike
CHy who Juat won the title Oma Holland. -Bob Merrill
Maybelle charm and I
Sutton personalityhave
small craft or storm warn It Rich-cbs -
f "Mssa .
Brued. Shopper" to- Elizabeth Dailey, Zahaida de TODAY'S improved so that more of Counter Spy Drambe ... 4ANNOU1VCIJ'G
been issued. -
ings have -
i.HsfT wrth a tnp to Havana. Moya Garcia. Eustaquia Barnes ANNIVERSARIES us are irresistible. Quick as a flash-mbsIvsnlatfl I Y.V: : ; :'W' :y- -

Other wfrtntrs of Havana trips Mercedes Rodriguez*Maria REPORT
of
Cain Maybe it meansnhat a lot
.ree Harvey Drauf hon and Leon Raul Aguilera. Leonard and (Know America) gentlemen had their ladies all Key West, Fla.. Dec. 4, 1948 '::00-Catholic Radio Servle*.-nbe :
HaM who were recently adjudged Mary Bauer and (Observation taken at City Office The Family Dram*. -cbs
Leonard i
Bauer, 1816Benjamin Sill i man picked when a small war inter- News Comment *M
"The Moat Courteous Police. Jr., Edwin and Adele 8:30: a.m.. EST) Roy Rogers Show-mb.
Oestmann, | noted Yale chemist son of a vened. Or maybe it means that :
meet of the ),Month. in a contest Emil and Ella Repp and LeVon famed Yale the Temperatures :1S-News Suniniry.'tbE5:30Ozzle ....
i : scientist born in I today's perfumes accomplish and Harriet-nb. I (Just In Thai far CIariI. *
ba4. ift Mm.Kq .. __._ 84
Repp. Mathilda and Frank Pir- ] New Haven. Died Jan. 14, 1885. miracles attributed to them. Highest yesterday m Percy. Faith ConcertabaGreatest
Weaters among the pas..i'es one Juliana Hen-era Zoila Mo- 1818-John Le Conte physi- But how about the legion of Lowest last night 74 Story; *bc mb Si
Detective '
... leeiuded Mr.. and Mrs.Me lina Mean __ ._ 78 Nick Carter. ANOTHER "ORSr FORPOLLOCK'S
Fuentes Alfredo I mn.m
Remediesand cist noted professor-president of ladies who'd like to be wed? 7OG-Jck Benny Show .
) .... ... ._. .. bnb.
I. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John Inge barnd. the University of Georgia, born With only a handful of bachelors Normal n n' 71 Gene Antry Show. a
Go for Rouse Qain-abi
-- .-------- -- I in Liberty Co., Ga. Died Apr. around, some of the sisters are PrecipitationTotal Sherlock Holmes-mbs :
Ou&Lt t fcm
.
last 24 hours .00 ins.
29 1891. going to be left with futures fill- .m 7:30-PhD and Alice-nbo ,
Personal Mention; Total this month .00 ins. Amos and Andy-cbs.
Marshall 1845 John A. -
Dorothy Cockerill journalist ed with the traditional cats Carnegie Hall steele-abe
the old New York World's canaries and good works. Deficiency this month .23 ins. Gabriel' Heatter Show-nabs

A. Areneibia' left over the Has fighting editor in chief, born in I This is a grim enough prospectBut Total this year 46.12 ins. 8:00, -Charlie .McCarthy-obe
Lovely Ad .ntllH*-< -
Sam Spkde
.
Hiajsway. yeaterday for Miami to Adams Co., Ohio. Died Apr. 10. what effect is this situation Excess this year 9.41 ins. Stop the MusUf Q $,- bo .
._..
.prt>.4 the balance of the year 1896. going to have on the remaining Relative Humidity The Mediation Board-mbs

..tbarn ..... daughterin-law Birthday Party 1855-William J. Henderson bachelors pursued and beset bya 8:30 a-m. ':30 Philip-Fred Marlowe Allen Comedy Drama-mb: *a I
and tMmlehtM at Opa-locka. Fla. eminent New York music critic I raft of women with determined 74'/r; Under Arrest-mbs ;

wp, Wa s.n w stationed at the Dorothy Marshall daughter of his day, born in Newark, N. J. looks in their eyes? It will ; BarometerSea .:00 Helen-Merry Hayes Go Round Theater-nbe-cbs

1Isp Awiat Mr. and Mrs. William L. Marshall Died June 5, 1937.1861Lillian either frighten them so they'll : ( Level). 8:30 a.m. Sunday Journal_bo
Russell famous take to the woods and hermit's 30.10 ins. Secret Misaion Drama-tab*
of 510 Petronia street was _
b '
Hollywood! Comment
MM. .far Osur ard. president of two old yesterday, and she opera comic star and stage caves, or make. them completely Tomorrow's Almanac '::30-Album Familiar Maslo nb
years :
HW It.,. Wmt Woman's Club, reIlN4 -I beauty, born in Clinton Iowa. insufferable, conceited boors. Sunrise -- 6:57: .m. Our Miss Brooks-cbs Tlif fViiral in f./.aar afSMmlr
gave a grand birthday parts/ to Died June 6 1922. doesn't to be Sunset 5:38: p.m. Theater Guild Hour-*b
...... haM iwgM after hav- There seem any mbs:4S
little friends of hers for Moonrise 11:16: a.m. Hollywood Comment in 'tmrrir* I byBy IIss,
...1 atseiiii-d. a arffig of DisII. many the middle ground.One ': -Twin News Comment-mbs I 1
.... FarM Federation ofCIw4a occasion.A TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow hopes. however that the Moonset -.-- - 10:12: p.m. 10:00-Take It or Leave It-nbo
number of shortage of marriageablemales bun and Abner-cbs HEISKY
at toM Hollywood large youngsterswere Voices of Strings-nib*
..... $d J. Fia. present and they, as wellas ( America) won't presage an American TIDES 10:30-Horace Eetdt Show-obe)
the hostess Dorothy herself, Maj. Gen. Frank D. Merrill of I adoption of the European (Naval Base) Cabin B 1J Draniab.Commentary .
Movies ab e .. ... .
on : .
... anil. w... Mae M. Mesa Sr. I much enjoyed the birthday refreshments Bur m a 's "Merrill Marauders"* dowry system. But with in- Tomorrow Starlight Moods mbs We take pleasure in aan.suaq .

.......... "'Q- S. A. plane! that were served. fame, born Woodville, Mass., 45 I come taxes what they are. this (Eastern Standard Time) 10:4S-George: Sokolsty Talk-*** our first shipment of st...... ... r ... ..,

S. ..... .in Havana. She received many presents years ago. isn't beyond the realm of pos High Low 11:00 News.-News Variety It: Variety Dance I bra.S hrs.-ab ebsNews ., the famous A. H. HciMy & c... .tar ...... w. ......
a-:: I from her young friends and a Rear Admiral Donald B. Beary, sibility. One hates to think of 12:00: am. 7:12: a.m. and Danc. Band-&bo -- -
very good time was had by all commander of the Western Sea I romance. American style. of 1:37: p.m. 6:09: p.m. Hews Danes Band t hrs._ been appointed eictusiv Key W... ... I

U*. sad $'e. CKarte Van the youngsters. Frontier, born Helena Mont, 60 degenerating into a marriageof 12:00: -Dancing Continued_" wilt

k Ml via Aerovias ,!I years ago.Fowler 1 convenience with back ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA >

',: A sw. ynterday fort| Rehearsal! Of B. McConnell. presi- overtones. (Reference Station: Key West) / You are cordialy! .yitM .. __ I. ... ...

i tar a .*..*1 vtatt there j[ dent of Sears Roebuck born in Don't despair, how eve r. Time of! Height of King Of Hoboes Heisey's newest patmn. ""JIl.A.AtDf"'. ...

_*** M the manager Upper Sandusky. Ohio 54 years There's a way to beat statistics: StationTide |thigh water j UU.-
d .. CIIr ...Srtt """ and !\\Thc J1Iessalt"To"orrov; 1. Find the one and only beforehe Bahia Honda I as their other patterns. 'I- Iv 1
I
M. Vsm ....a***.*] la the* owner I ago.Frank A. Banks, civil engineer, turns 20 and eats the gay (bridge.Oh) 10m 0.0 ft Retired He SaysEllison
._*-u1.I .< **w OM Wand I I supervising engineer of the fruit of bachelordom. 2. Sit out NoName Key i ,

!i Grand Coulee Dam born Saco, grimly, and catch him when he (east end) _+2h 20m \ POLLOCK'S

[ The Key West Choral Group I Maine, 65 years ago. emerges, feeble and sort of Boca. Chica Ulysses .H e p bur n. \ QUfl1IT ,

w c .,.. .1" w.- but1m will hold a rehearsal of "The Deanna Durbin singer-actress senile into the twlight years (Sandy Point-Oh 40m colored a native of Key West

1--4.1M.ntnt ef the Messiah" tomorrow afternoon. I born in Winnipeg. Canada 26 beyond 45. Caldes Channel who long was known as the |' \'J J fWELEtS'V

4 ...... -..-.. .,... beginning at 2:30: at the FirstMethodist j i years ago. (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft "King of the Hoboes" has come 'I;

a ..... to CKjr Manager;' Church. Maj. Gen. Walter L. Reed Cecil Rhodes, British colonial oOo back here and announced that he -

flpJtg ....,. TIThII Male. voices will rehearse 11 I retired, son of yellow fever's I, statesman provided in his will NOTE: had definitely retired."Iplantowritea |
5un HI) VAI. 'IHttII-
._ Ik) ....... of" the aanWaUnvrtty !' 2:30: : the female voices at 3:15: conqueror born at Fort Apache j I for three-year Oxford scholar- (-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto book of my

Bjlim M tW of and a full rehearsal will take I Ariz., 71 years ago. ships for about 200 students. Of be subtracted. experiences on the road said "Experienced /ewejers r. ,.... 010 M* HHH
= place at 4:00: o'clock. I Elbridge W. Palmer presidentof I these 32 scholars are elected (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to Hepburn. "I had 20 years traveling : 1

f Isasl a eta* 4f. M I thoofht I| It is expected that the date. the Kingsport Press Tennessee -I from the United States; five : be added. to all parts of the country,

I ..WM. .a-s- .... I. K.,. W nt." for the presentation of The Mes born Meredith N. H, 62 annual scholarships alloted to ; and I believe that my experiences Visit Our Gift J/' < ****..-

__ d.. ,..m ...s ......nc. siah" will be announced 'shortly.I years ago.Artificial. 1 Germany were annulled in 1916. British statesman Cecil John have been many." I II {

Rhodes went to Natal in 1870- I He started his hobo career I Tune T. WKWF Every EYe.. a. .M .
... "..._ MrtV Christian I Blue point oysters were origi- limbs are called cork I The word "rhyme" is more correctly the year diamonds were discovered -, when he was 12. He joined a ..
jWa ijbi MM IpMOdrd in Lon.i nally so named from Blue Point legs because at one time such spelled "rime," but the in the Kimberly fields- circus when he was 12, and s.. If You Cam -STOP THE: .II.W

s U44 bf "e rte Williams a Long Island village near which limbs were made of solid sub- I customary spelling is due to a and next year struck it rich. 'I began making regular trips to

a '= eX iiH* yr* of a certain delicious small oysters stance covered with layers of confusion with the word "rhy-;I I Before he was 19 he was financially New York Chicago and the ...... .... .. ,
I ,. were found. cork. I,thm" i I I independent. Pacific Coast.










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Florida Man CASA MARINA TO OPEN News Notes' WILL YOU SMILE I .APPELROunrS

STAMPS IN THE NEWS (Continued From Page One) I
.1 '.shioa';
Useful E
i the rooms which formerly were The fighting weapon of the I Equipment 'The Store
Gets Office In I
without private baths. rhinoceros is a horn on the nose.,
La .1, ........*.. fry BTD KRONISHPoMttMi The grounds have been unproved Its sight is poor but its hearing The small daughter of the
and considerable I house was busy setting the
Marine\ painting and scent are acute. 1
Corps has been done. The storm I table for expected company}
coosMoorotM the 400th anniversary of the birth damage early in the fal has all when her mother called: I
There than 300
: Miguel D*Onraat. the Spanish novelist and creator of Don Special! I. 97e Cltlc. been repaired at an expense, of known species are more of rhododendron. "Put down three forks at each M KFTTKKK \
i I WM*, with a ..ties i oi tluw new stamps. The 2 centesimos ALBANY N. Yv Dec. 4-Appointment about $20,000. I i most of them natives of mountainous place_dear.
i.d ban a portrait of Cervantes. The S c blue shows a xnonu- of a Florida man to national The dining room has been re regions of the world.In Having made some observa-I t i
1\\ ttn.att to IMA la Peaomo. Th. 10 c violet pictures Don Quixote office of the Marine Corps done. It will open for business on 'I tions on her own account when I
I fiN Sonet ....... The dotes 1547-1947 are also prominent. Dec. 20. The management will places species of rhubarb the guests had dinned with the 3C
I announced here -
League was to- have a few guests at the hotel many family before she inquired,
eel Is a veat late ia arriving on the philatelic scene. LastADdAO .
: are cultivated shrubs
as
} I 1"tMa.- I day by National Commandant in advance of the official open I thoughtfully:
and also
*f. Chili Spanish-speaking countries for their handsome foliage instead -
, but "Shall I Uncle John three
I Theus J. MacQueen first World ing date the diniJJg room give
....... me wiv.rwrY. 1 1I If and other services will of as food or medicine. knives?" The eikIep.| r *f *
I I[I War II veteran to head the all- not. .be -
I Ko era, ifc be 'published later, will|Leatherneck I veterans organiza- available until opening date. ) t Rhubarb is ,known in many brvutifai .**.* d.*.
Twky taauad tout 0"wMo
IB pa M Hanoi ol tM 2Sth on' rope.cuvrr the other' countries! of Eu-,'II i,.tion.Master Sergeant.Virgil V. Har- ELECTION IN BERLIN rice Rice-paper, but from is the not pith made of a small from places in the United States as "'4 .IjCurUw. ..ll I*.** i

rsra.arT ol the Turkish Repub-.I ton Jr.. of Lakeland turrenlly Continued. From;Page One),'. tree araliapapyrifera.. whichgrowi "pieplant"TRUCKING : .J. : rrselslta. a .iI.E ) .. :
I lac. reports I In commemoration of the Bulgarian On duty with the Marine Corps at it was predicted that Germans inswampy forests of For- .
f a Leon Morose Romanian Friendship Cherry Point, N.' 'c., has been will crowd the polls tomorrow: to I,f I mosa. SERVICE .. Furniture s PUla I I. tLilkP41141)55k .
MIL The IS Treaty signed .last year Bulgariahastissued'a elected to serve as chairman of vote for whom they please with Moving .. General Hauling jaHs.... fl**
kuru* wiokt.14kWu.,40k. the League's national Americanism out*any intimidation.All I .Fondant may be flavored with Every Load Fully Insured '
special set of committee. .' almond extract and rolled in ISLAND CITY TRANSFER. S' I tlntkr. Pa.sN s+.rPte

E '\. qtan and 1 w three new I I Part of the League's varied parts of .the rice plant are blanched, toasted, finely chopped Phone 166 S24 Southard St. I \ I II ........ hwilietv.
: brown d. stamps reports I I program for the ensuing year includes UsefuL Even the husks are usedas almonds; serve this way or. use I RESIDENT PHONE 1000.RPreInveniory I
E qua. the New York ,, doubling of its units local fuel as a stuffing for dates. .ta ,....... .\s a0 *M4
F 't an oqu .e Stamp Co. The'!'!I teen age problems that will in- \
I',..:In Matu of 20 leva blue 'dude! athletics youth activities, -- - I .. elelAie,, Ieeaeiltrewlat .
_
t..... Ala depicts the battle i[i Americanism and assistance to t 1- y-- .. .. -.- .p......
+ turk lust Pteatd of Gnvitza :; all veterans, particularly Marines .- Sale t ?
t ol lb. in 1877. The 40 .
P. P"hl1C To leva grey air- J, ,
hits. c--c, Aioturk, who mail shows the I UN POLITICAL 5,000 Feet of tab .. IY as .... ..
4 d i l.a. w-J l G-wayt be t- Parliament buildings in Bucha- Continued From Page Cne) WALL BOARDShOlSh Stock t ... ....*5l.
ltt.Mb.cd. ca ca hooiiC figure rest and Sofia. The 100 leva pur- Britain, whose spokesman recommended .... ...
ple airmail illustrates a bridge that tte assembly remain THICK 1 Slightly Sub-Standard in Thickness 5 r 1
'dqr 1,941En on the Danube. in session as long as there QUARTER-INCH Mostly 10' and 12',Lengths l t
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UPSON BOARD
are any pending questions to be Others Ask $75 to $90 \ter :M ;w t
The Boy Scout movement again settled. 4x 8 E tlriM''HII: tit
: .
SALE PRICE $50.00 M t.z4:4 .
scores *tn the field of foreign -- Regular Price "

philately The Philippine Republic j Subscribe To The Citizen. $80.00) per M Sell $60.00 M .. E .fi'rrJgfJ/ti t / fHN
has honored the 25th anniversary : 'LC
of Boy Scouting in the Philippines \ Made Up Window Frames p.
with a special issue of .
two stamps. The 4 centavos pink IIALF.INCII THICK GOLD COM) *<1II/ Nailed Together Ready ...
and 2 centavos green show a INSULATING BOARD to Put in Frame Wall 1 E .. CYca. t+Niavowrr

... e' :. ",:_ tJl'i cnL. smiling Scout giving the oddicial 4' x V SHEETS COMPLETE WITH PULLEYS ': .'."41
Scuut aalute. To his right is the VERY HIGH-CLASS STOCK 1 .
.. sus.- : i 11..1 i f.' k asiisr. Regular Price
... $411544 ),.-,.,.4 1'"Na. Scout emblem and the dates M'' $60.00 M 2'0 09 x 3'1 On iE .
ls III tH .II vast ttthM. s. PrM '192J-194&,, Both stamps were is- $80.00 per ,1l yy ?aaat w
,,, sued perforated and imperfora- PRICE Saes land ilstliiigt.
.. ... R/hrial .ease abetM. ..... Sale Price $4.50 -
... It. .. diir.1. Mr II.-e I.i Knocked Down. $8.93 C a.ROOM( UJkt
....... I i UPSON DOUBLE THICK 2'6" x 4'6"REGULAR f .
Switzerland has issued four .1..J. .
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BATH-T1LE BOARD .
new "Pro Juventute" semi-pos- PRICE
%p-r.A.ii fill 011I Oernianllt t.\1a. The S centime plus :5>> via Can Be Turned Over and Smooth Side Knocked Down. $992 Sale I M" $4.95REGULAR t 5.C
tarts..i1M ... Nlesred IJI I t let bears a por- Used Instead f x 8' and 4' x 12' A is..pM. 1ds. r
(Remember these frames are put together; I I
Itssrleer 1I.M.ilr.id 1 ChararhMilt. I trait of General Price E UCJtiHltt ;
Regular others are tied up in bundles and )
.i fill a.-r ...... .OLierldth Ulrich commander Will l l $80.00 trey 31 S e.00 M have to be set up) I 5.

MM.e' .kP. 1MtrrarntaeMrw in chief of ?rali....,.K..... ilte.f.4
tl..itgwr4. K.S. .s ru wM the Swiss citizen e ONE'lOT .
.... i.aekl111yy army during SUPER SPECIAL t.
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ALUMINUM SASH
.... fill w ___ of the World War 5..
.... ...... ...... rsMvktuallyw 1 L The 10 c plus Complete with Screens: andCompleting Hardware. except: for glass and putty. Enough to doa
Isr1... ......a. wMt to took 10 green grey small cottage. BRAND NEW. EXCELLENT FIRST-CLASS STOCK.
hie. a ds4.rst.5is4 J $15 vdiJity and yellow pic Such clean Venetian blind! 2-No. 1114 Left 2-No. 1414 Right 4-No. 3324 CC
... p/k..ie.w i4 wek. N.inpre turn foxploves. The 20 c plus Dust skids right e8 flex** APPELROUTH'S
........ + ......... wet V.r1.tW.Sse 10 brown red and yellow shows lum, it's .0 satin-smooth! $300.00 Value. This to as is for the lot 115.00
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.. wrMMIsM. w4M11 easel. a nut leaved alpine rose. TheM This aluminum beads for .
.. ...... .5 r..iia5ass.Asa c plus 10 blue grey and or- quick brush-ops snaps back (NO PART OF THIS ITEM WILL BE SOLD SEPARATELY) C 511 DUVAL STREET Ply HI
lid f.M.n S.. ear .. are....neIlk. nae illustrates a paradise lily into perfect shape! Lighter,
The additional funds will go to easier to operate. And the A reek ago icehadour-Jirsl Pre-Inventory Sale. In twenty-/our hours all r
.. ..... fit e ..... at,. the nation youth welfare organ- beauty lasts! Plastic finish I
Itt w ta... lilt relilasa ... ..- tettwm. won't chip or crack Flew ;items shmcn had been sold. Check; this list and act n ir. --- -

.. lum i is fireproof rust-proof I All the articles shown are real Bargains!! ..IWWUl II U1UWUIflUUWWNpUhWSgp AROHOYITZ p-
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( It ItlIy Hared in the garage when the choose from beautiful colors I : <4T 1 awe q ., N .**+
(MIT Myron children chased the ... bring window ureas- NO. 7 WALL STREET (Next to Porter Dock at the Fool of DuTal Street) PHONE 116 ; v '1'-: f ,.,....... ..... :
Cat rat Into the building. The cat urements. So inexpensive!
scampered up to a loft and short- __ u i E( \J THttH S
Convenient Payment Plan ( tf:7
I I" the children below were . . . . .0. . . . . f. .. '
CALl-PHONE .
-.c ... Hiles ...1 showered with $10 $20 and $50 1042 : GIFTSUGGESTIONS
tea .sN tY Minn Aie.lii.eiA .. bilk. Although a relative of a -KEY WEST- i
.... rhi d sire ... tt aalk. previous I occupant of the house VENETIAN BLIND CO. : First hO i11Ll1.fey West : I

... ... Lr.... .ew it Dr claimed the money the courtI Arnvluc,......:.. IItl J.1..l 4.....* .>->..*. ;-. .-rf. -.-*.... ..
'....... MSne ..4 1.eka..I ruled that ownership had not 123 DUVAL Select Christmas
STREET : your CiJU he BMr TmHf koe. Peses.*
...... lriie .WM were been established. of 194Packards!
;c1f : Sparkling : : and useful assortment fr Men WMM** sad IlAid... 7s"

..ee..........1................;...C C ; .;;.;.... ..e..ete; .eee.e.t... S PAY NO MORE for the BEST MeItOtLUf..c Mss. .

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: : So lletl'I1/C/ tar Her .
THE PACKARD MIAMI COMPANY :
: Gorgeous Nrglto; by Say Wry, ReM ... .... 1Mh .. .
:. ft : : Crepe and Georgettes. Gowa sad B*d }...... i..h W ....... :
+ .. : Is Happy to Announce That: : "Fray Pruf" Slips. Lc Tri....*. AM........ LIMPe :
: : : "Stampruf" in all sisos. t
: Hand-mad Chinos Embroidorod fray-. eiel ..e.15, /esw..a .
: Due to the mounting interest shown by Key : Satin and Crepe Gowas .. P.... fta. ... /a 5 .J...ry :

: t : Gowns by Luxit from H.M to H.H ..... M 1M ... ...... .
z f : West residents.cmd navy personnel, as evidenced : and WhU :

o : : in our daily mail, we have arranged to dem- : : Lace-trimmrd Panties by Lw.M.. Hott .... .. 6-e :
i i :1i : Ruffles. Nylon Panties and .r......... ..

make ) a standout! onstrate a 1949 Packard in Key West for several .. .
i you : : IAlflipt' It ami Irfl:1f{ :
days beginning Monday noon. : : in Calf. Sued. Satin. Bre..4.Ni sad ...... ...... sod :

A gttiuf' ecu U a mtut with Junior: ." SIM1ia : sizes for all occauon.*. Mae a ..,.. ......... s/ ........ :

i "'- forward to sparkling good times. Our representative, LEWIS M. TANSKY, ,: Evening Bags.MOJUD. i

Ilitrry to M' the, new arrivals of S: : will be at the La Concha Hotel. Phone him for I. .

C Doti D>dK a JunioMM f Ori8inall.' and HOLEPROOF HOSE i
a demonstration and get behind the wheel on :
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t, R..... bite tie... Perms Lilt w- : their powerful smooth-riding Packard, select- Handkerchief :
: : Hand-mad Lass Haadkf<.luls to We Mt4 Pi. .. .
"'
ed by the ultra discriminating New York fashion : : Shades from SOc to S2.lt. Ala* &.fge ..ur..... *4 Les :
uii\'SSiilims ,
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Men's and Childr.n Boned H..k. h. .ri.. .. :

: academy as "The Fashion Car of the year:' : I:. $2.50 for box of hues. ..

: \ Hen isiprsirHl" of cls'leIrrn9.: 1)rlcri : I I :

: .M.1| |II..)*' |'attic lilul| SKr| | Shirt i \ : And the prices you'll discover, compare ::1 :. Linens .
\ i Embroidered PiHow CaMS to B.a"L...- :
:: A.....t.m fc.U.ltg. *| CHRISTMAS GIFTS: .. :: most favorably with those of smaller non-lux- i : eon Cloth. LIMA TabUclofh*. Meows T*. "....... Ihs.s :
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......, ..-- fry.. Paatws sad Bad Jackets w'Z .1 I: Linen Table Napkins. Tray SH ..4 S...4 .... :
tll...... GaN M..ps H Ury Catalina : : try automobiles. : ..

: l....... a...,!< f 1 ,us. Towtl Set 4 i:: Fur The Child: :
..... e.... PtH w Sets Table -I S : Availability? ::I i : Children's Bags. Pajamos. Slip *.4 P. .awi, r-his.s :
: ...... MANBBASS and IMPORTED : and Raincoats. I

: HAMBKL114rtHEFi_ _u_ _P._._.._... What the situation will be a week from .1 I.. ..

IW' I he 1 1 tun*s I : now, or later as the season begins we cannot ::1,I' : ..1Ien'Hand 1)elHsrhreut Rolled Pure .Lines. :
H.edkerMs.4s. Pas. .
BWi T_ I
f......d Asatsl.Pnact a. Curtains in but PRESENT have few 1949 'I. Silk and Cotton Pajamas. How $ ,... :
C: ...... LeN Cartons Drapory and e I predict, at we a .1, Also Hens Rob. to Silk and*C*et kpp... Bool 4 ..... :

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I ,........ HCf GOOSE: SHOES: let Children :{ Key West. .1 I I I.i i I.: In Our RendY to"If nir lfMirlmrnl :
.. ':: W* hav* |lust roc.i"ed sew ........- .. .... ....... :

: r..... lira.Neel : .1 I, : Season. Dr.us. Suits Cats E..*.... Ih...... Ctsild.... .

: J.....b Spelt StOrls to Lively Color. : : ::1 : Dresses. Ta Ag Drw.s. Utfl By AM W.oi ..... :
N. ...... sad. Matttec Csquir* Socks I: Men's Suits and Pasta Al o Sport sad s>roo, ....... .. :

......* Nth sad J.w.lry CalaUaa Swvattrs : :
: ... a.*. WM Slacks to GUna PUids and OluDoiJDoJJolI In".,..i : ,Sel Aside( Monday% or Tuesday. ::1 : A LARGE FOR MEN SELECTION WOMEN Of sad BETTER CHILMliN ilt0r( :
...... ...... VyRUBIN J.a..uaa. Jro" Sl4-9J Sa .. .. .

: : 1Jrfor a Superb Auto Ride : ..

t I APPELS 926 Duval Street : if CHAS. ARONOVITZ "ft: :l"IIIIIIIHlIIIIHIIIIIII.1l1l1t11l11l1t I' !

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