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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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VOL. LXIX Ne. 290 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. MONDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1948 It :; Jib 10 t'lli UIM. J


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Socialist Get Largest rou!! ; ""'

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'HA IVrrnit" Of Bold carried oil safe ... ...
jJ 't. burglar a /vial. ** .. .....r

Total) Vote Cast z lars from the Sears. Roebuck fc C..,..iay .... at ..... alt( .

NationalistsSo monton streets some time dwria, Use ...b..eV

P L .5,1k. A ..rIa tfd .......) .' [ City police and the sheriffs ....... .....%..*. Me ..... teed

1 1T BERLIN Dec. 6.-The.election 1 ling to Stock Island sad Bee CI c.. Wt. eewM .4 *e I M d Ike
in the American British and Slate Communist safe.

French zones of Berlin yesterdaywas (A') Wirepholo I It was believed by the sheriffs elite ..... e.l..ai.ea..IlrltlD

I a decided success and a Broadcaster; Also the safe aDd carried It up to the _ifalant TW aeaechiselled ss... r

smashing blow to the commu- THIS HIGHWAY BRIDGE on U. S. Route 42 at Cardmgton, Ohio. collapsed with a truck-trailer Assert" Another and the only way t. .... it..k fcr ea>s<|nCIIUKCII 0ee.
and severed main. Gas service to about 500 residents of the The
a gas village was disrupted.
nuts in the Soviet zone who had i 4I Whs.1MtltIY1 .. .........
driver and a companion escaped without injury. Force Trapped I .. .
resorted to all sorts of ,tactics, I w .1-111 .r tr1. .. a,
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I LMXDKIl: d A..IkMe'Ader.
-- 'a .tapbpw --
!some of them open and other CBt'toe As..ei.ted Prey ..... ... J......

surreptitious to keep the voters. RESCUED I Applieant--; -0-1 NANKING, Dec. 6.-General- I I tiers dierwover '

away from the polls. SEVEN issimo Chiang; Kal-Shek's troops ,rM.W'd two r..., .,_lt/e .._

It was announced today that I are in a bad way today, and the Atl...... ... iIIrUM .
M Listed Here I I threat to this city has been in I ...... l aor ..rive.I s 'F-
percent of the voting popula- I
broad- I .test: u. .tier aaMlrl d c t'
tion cast ballots exclusive of THIS MORNING ] For Positions I tensified if a communist 1 I ((test wr .m rs aiI
Jl W.7ephotoWALLACE I cast proves to be true. I ..
those who had spoiled their I, These .... __ x111 ri
I II I I The broadcaster said that the t..r _
tie <
ballots.An i i I m __ 4iru
r BENNETT, wbe
| A legal secretary nurse diver, communist troops had "completely -! ..... II tlerlMell .. ....-
to .*... ebeve. .. Wt Lake { outcome that created a big NEAR SAND KEY; geologist, and chef are only a few I encircled" the Nationalist i c1.r I .n4 w. a bdk 11< ..

t C: if, Utah" I. tile new president i surprise was that. of the 1,330,000 of the fifty well-trained and ex- that evacuated Suchow'''

.4 MM M.!<...! AxacUtiao .( votes cast almost 400.000 more perienced workers seeking jobsin army I Ttw ..... ..,F. -
M*.....t.r.... He WM elected women than men went to the 2 Children Among*- the current available appli- I Wednesday of last week to try >! "al'' flr ... __ e. ...

tf fee N.A.N. beer el diree- ', polls. Eighty-six percent of the "-1.1'.1'1'1'4'1: cants list of the Florida State I to overcome a pincers movement :( I Sunder ttIM1 iMr .... s p...

'; tee. el te eMMtal coMveation Those Brought Employment Service according by the communists who were I, Ion the rw titer s.1 ersew .,
vote was polled generally, butt to J. H. Knight, Jr., manager of II 1 Sf......... ipl .. Ts.ii
!. New Ye.k. .....tt .U a C-54 Down InPacific : closing in on Nanking from the e
percentage of women voting To the Key West office of the Flor- at fj,
southeast.The
pi.. ... ...ai6It( ..anufa*. iwee. exceeded 90 I SafetyCharter i .
rMtijur percent. ida State Employment Service. broadcaster also declaredthat the /111aIy .wl elMeerTP
t The Socialists won the election "Every community has a groupof a second: Nationalist army i gpetM re ph.-. ..
-- They polled their largest. vote into I I Boat Sink! ; people who are well qualifiedin has been trapped and that only ,t,I.... .... W ..... .... -F

HiTrirkJoined years. They received 60 percent j ; Found Today I some occupation: but for one Nationalist army is now m a .'..., ......... ....... ..
of the total the Christian Coast Guard VrselNearby :: whom there is no local opportunity position to defend Nanking. ...iItt.4e4 'S ... .......

Democrats 19 percent, and the Ami ReMMie '' ? thr t..rialyd l'rr..) to use; their skills," Knight The latter army comprises 110- pill t....... ., trsr tt ere a p.so ... _

Family Liberal Democrats 16 percentAmerican I HONOLULU. Dec. 6.- said. "This available applicantslist 000 men, and it was in trying to t '....... ..
By
/ headquarters The Seen Persons! I I Searching planes radioed today contains names and qualifications reach that force that the Na- : II the Mrws.Niretl/. ...

serted that outpouring qf as-I that they had sighted the of experienced workers who 1 tionalists in Suchow left there night ..... aiarilsoli sere...
In (Okinawa) I i was a distinct rebuff to he Seven persons, including two are willing to move to new localities under a forced march tow MIlt .talrr.9I1) 1.IM .It l ....
C-54 that forced down in .
munists who held their rump children were rescued at 9.30 : was in order to find suitable i i iI I I 'I..... Wui.photo lOr"ii ..p ti11..I ......

........ 1N 1111.... election in the Soviet zone from char- the Pacific yesterday 340 1 1 work. I ...... ... ttte. .... it '11' r
12NDKADCNA Wednesday of last week.. a. m. today a sinking miles southwest. of Johnson I Interested employer may call .k.\- BISHOP JOHN S... STAMM .... .... "'
t YMII. The only trouble caused duringthe ter boat about mile and a half Island.-; -- r,the local' office' of ""'"the 'ernpfojr- i + ":(above) of HarrUbi ,. Pa "!see- ... .< ..... aAt "

election resulted from two in the harbor toward Sand Key. | ment service for full details a MlaMier- l.lreit. 1,
\t 1\\ KtN\WA Mrs. Roger seiM
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The plane has had I Now PFC In for bishop of the Evangebcal
These rescued were: : or i .
MM UMT ttmmft Pearl L. .ei >II Soviet soldiers trying to keep complete application or personal I tae ...... r1 Mrlute... leer
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i. M I I... r -4 C'..... A..... and i| Uter. after the polls were closed. Lake, James Lake. Mrs. Johanna' crew of seven. It was learn- 'j Of the fifty skilled and highly Kyushu Japan j j; without opposition for election ere ewe M t a taw.
I list Lake and the two Lake children, ed that a shortage of gasoline qualified workers the latest l4.her asld w ss .
to steal the registered on .r n.
....,.h. a ..i. ...*. lewdly' srI.l : trying I at Cincinnati Friday as presiI p
was the cause of the plane'shaving available applicant list, 23, or almost i irrrtmt I'A IAe a11ev ad 1W 11111.

'raA I on UMW*.| .Heats va *. Mt ol !I and one Russian fired his rifle Lake 3.They i' to land in the ocean.. half are veterans includingone <+ I. Tee ('Iii...) dent of the Federal Council el Mira. ..isei. A.r"Y .-., irlpi.y.r .

.... ............. Cat, tu ,jam; their j jto and ran away but the other was I went out on a fishing trip : Eight rafts have been lowered woman veteran. Forty-six of WITH TilE EIGHTH ARMY j the Churches of Christ .M. kr ...... .. 0.
with Captain Reggie Triton, who to the plane. The flyers IN BEPU KYUSHU JAPAN I .... .. .
the
.Ie_ slid ...... Meter Roger, aught and locked up. Nobodywas fifty are men. > America. Charles P. Ten oil ehR d S; pe a- -
skippered the Osprey II. On the had no way of determining Mr. Knight has asked for the Nov 10.-Private first class Wil- art il1. t.. .,
t ... ...... d .... I....I annMlnt" injured by the rifle fire I i i1s11aMs.4
to Sand Key Light, the boat radioed the numberof ford K. Hancock son of Mrs. I Cincinnati a layman is the retiring
they
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( 4 mymrlrrn. .nd Com Russian newspapers, as: usual (way cooperation of all Key West em- sag 11et 1 ... 1/r -- M.
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.MhA decried the election today. They ; suddenly began to leak. survivors j I pioyers pointing out that these Julia Knight of 724 Eaton street, j president led IMt t1liltrw. t1r11 tie ...eai .

F wrs&-.a .i Use Key Wet said a military clique controlledthe The Coast Guard ve!>S-d. 53- The sea was calm and visibility [[I workers:, while at present living rear. Key West, was recently: promoted i i tlv. Mrs Nwkeri siD ... ..

..... ....... IWy w.&. t-,... balloting and that voters I 303-D, was cnroute out of the was good. Navy ships C!; in Another section of the state. to PFC while serving with i I! Ike ....e tM1. taMsd r ire tees
harbor: and Robert Knowles, one were reported proceeding t9 I I may meet the needs of their business the19th Infantry Regiment a Service Here tin/ .anew
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to the polls. j
t/wrie. ........ Iht service' .1.1 were compelled to go
U'p. III-n en I The also said that the of the crewmen noticed the Os- the rescue under full team. j!! which so far have been fill- unit of the 24th Infantry Divis-I i t Ti1w rile i....d. M.sI ....
I's.rdJMale. pepers prey was getting lower in the The plane was on its way: 'i ttl ursatisfactorily. ion. The famed 24th Division. w arld ....
teiarle.w
.tail.. r.ed .. /we. ,........ In I ltua4an military commander in j : Gets Jobs For I t1.s. d
.w pilled Ike UIIMfoIII' Slats. I the Soviet zone would not water. from Okinawa to Spokane. I I I The experienced: workers listed popularly known as the "Victory" ) 111N. ells MI srA twit t1 '.

A.... ..1111 .es a .nerl. .ret"U&nize" the election as legal. I' Knowles opened up the Coast Washington. {i i as willing to move to new localities Division now occupies the :( ,; a1Ar. .... lMIilrlsf tUS %..

.... .. nut .......... So I Guard vessel and rapidly drew j I are in the following cat- entire island of Kyushu third ,,: 98 Residents: .9(111) ... .......t ....... "
j 1 .... +IMrd ..1 f.t Kr heouten'l alongside lie was about five :',14"" 1.i1'i II eJori: "s: Manufacturing;: Repair- largest and southernmost of the' I-- M .... ., ..
w minutes transferring Captain ---- ------ I and Japanese (ham I j I l....
Construction Clerical
ing lwytrlsTwAalkee
C. 1111 ... flits ....e... TPinIwratilresAt >> J_ II Knight Jr. of
TrHon and) the Pfc. Hancock enlisted in October m mjgM ,
six passengers work. Professional, and Wholesale rev .... stile.
...... I..I4.e Ulh
he 'i i
aSS
dMI l.. Pse w..m OMIM 111 l 44 and 7:30 A.M.. EST 1 then- the Osprey sank. E. J. Ilanlcy, Jr., I I Retail Hotel and Restaurant of 1947 and was sent to Camp the Key West offer of tfce Far .. and AlaserwierIAir t.'

....... hsa rtr111er ... MM.. > Unttedt I He ran the group back to the work I Stoneman Calif, Port of Embarkation i[i Ida State Emptoymrnt Service tna aa5. tfwefIN aeM1 A ...

.M- rr atl.rd t<. 1M TactiAH ta''R---'' TempAtlanta Coast Guard dock. Machinist Mate !! This available Applicant List is for overseas assign- said today that the local office yet, who. .bees me141y ...
1 1
It was lucky the Coast Guard published periodically to assistin : ment. Arriving in Japan in May : tilled .. ..Me
r CtMMiMHri M LntryVtlMn \ 461 I I boat happcnd along; ," said the the successful transfer of of 1943 he joined the 24th Infantry : had placed !Iii persons in suitable

trl.lrl. Aa ...1411I itf. hHKr I Augusta -- 53Billings I j I elder l.alc.Ve don't know (On) !! workers from counties where Division and was assigned to employment during i ovewiber rUnt..1'l'unUrrU
.... IMOTI wanted ttie 17 .
'
t 'what happened to the charter Destroyer their skills I the 19th Infantry Regiment. ,, Of this tott. 21 were Yf1M._ A Sauyrr.
..... ...... are not needed to places
and 14 .
SiC'
i\ MM Birmangh4tI" 411|I boat. It suddenly began to sink which Prior to his enlistment he at- ,, World: War II
.. ...... Illrlir .4 Yun lluiun 44 prrMI I.The <-llUvvt in they are in demand.Employers
Buffalo I tended the West Knight stated that in ;
and the Coast Guard boat pulled : who wish to receive Key High ;,I anyone \ti I :.rI JJI
\
,. GREAT \ :
t .tIMs.s Charleston .- 60 I I alongside us ani we all damber- LAKES. Ill --D('(' 6- be School. I I I terc!'t'jd in srtinns ewi|>|iynH'ntI 1
.. ..... I ElniT J. Hamlcy Jr machinist i copies may put on the mailing
.w. May Chicago 33 I i' should place their liralKinwith .
-- 'I II '
'ed! aboard the vessel. : list by calling the Employment I I I afi Funeral M. v,us..v. -, Ion lu
I' ./4 Mew Meeettk la pre 47 : mate. second class. USN husbandof !'I .
Corpus Christi :, [ the FliMi'ia State Employment .
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'I I -- Service office. I I e. sob. t..r 1*
I .. ,ii..l IS. NM c.p.04y Denver 30 '' Mrs. Betty Lou Hamley of 621! I Korean Education i Service at 314 SimoMi I ;
-- j i .. ... .
... ...4MMt1.e u/AMr s. the Detroit 35E1 I I!! J. teonard( CUlTI vDied ': Olivia street, Key West, is serving I Knight urges all local employers !I- street. ac'ross from the' pml of t-.n.night .n.. too-. s s_

..... t ......... Wwet .. the PaM __ 27: J aboard the destroyer USS to register with all of their job IS Pushed l: fire, and mplnvvrs _....... lit ChmOrl. .rI .hrt.ws.RiMliseA W...
._ f I i I Noa with the openings the local employment -
e Aw /". Pn.- M Ma.t Ft. Worth 391 I Atlantic Fleet. j|I plait orders for workers may
--- -- service 11.1.
office.Meeting
,. he with YesterdayJ i i Hamley entered the naval :
eeslrle M w. Galveston .___ 41! service can 439 .
.. .. f MOSCOW l/7't The Soviet!I Nee G IoM tA.... i st1.
Oct.
...... Air VeerY .t Fur1 Jacksonville .. -. 57 9 1944. and received: his --- ----- ... Par. Me1A.ds.l Ch11rd1N .

Kansas City _____ 31 Leonard Curry of 1103 Cur- recruit training at the Naval Tonight news agency Tass reports from |, .ialr AM Mr..r.w.
ire .... .. 4 Mss. Mary. Ef" 74 died after- Training: Center Great Lakes. northern Korea that the People'sDemocratic Nan'sses 1 / / *
XEY WEST ry lane yesterday Government of Korea ,I Ii hudy will tateahuriaJ t. ma..
.' ,1 &.w ...... hey X., Weal Airport __ 74 noon in the Monroe county Hos- Illinois! (Of)f Commission with its capital m Pyongyang I ,n Uw faawty pi '

K Los Angeles __ 39I pital after a short illness. --- has undertaken a program to Due On Friday/ ( W>M.ila"'n CCaptain.........
I Louisville 31)) Mr. Curry was 55 years of age Two In i -
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Injured( There will be a of the wipe out illiteracy i
meeting
I.nlne' School Meridian - 41 I' and had been employed at the i I According to the Minister of |! (: )Ailrll\ l
1( ( )() Miami __ 69 hospital for the last four years. ; City Commission at 8 p. m. tonight Two U S. Naval xtvMb.! ai< ) 1
---- Education of this government,
I I : Overseas Road expected here on Ri i ia>
survived
la He is by two sisters.
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Minneapolia -- I Scheduled universal education has been in- : .
I 31 I of homestead j ta be considered is At 8:00: a. m. the LSS: WukM Goes To \
( .Iu 'rlll da Mrs. Harry R Pierce urrttIL
Memphis
( ti j ordinance fixing $25 the universal education ha been introduced -
) Ian as : will ,
Emma of i a destroyer escort cash tht
and Miss
______ 51)I Curry
Orleans
i Two
New persons weie slightly;: injured j j amount of Christmas bonus to be for all children of
... ..,. M. New York -- .--- 55' Key West, and one brother C ] at 4:45: a. m. Sundav when paid all city employes ordinance school age During 1947, he stat city from New< Yolk Nat< v Y.id t 4(11..0 t'a iiar
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4 law CM* -
.1$ ilav.- wAN4. r .*beee.ldiii I Norfolk ___ 5'!I Sam B. Curry of Key West.Funeral i!' an automobile in which thev I I I requiring the registration ed, 447.000 persons learned to while the LSSmbii ia' K 4 negidrl ... Kee And. "..
37 services will be held : i submarine is x.hid'ilt.i' to nun" Base. Ml M.
retated.w/t O.ba Oklahoma City : were riding collided with one of : and the tagging of all dogs the read and write In 1943 to date t/riey Mr "
in .
2'I tomorrow afternoon at 4:30: -.at 10:00: d m fiiim P i itMi.> ith \ugin.a. ....... t. -
., Omaha the bridges Overseas 1'I over 200,000 have been in Highway persons
ordinance
.... TMwt s.d San city an granting beer ,
'!o'clock in the First Methodist Navy YardPOOR .. ........... .
I Pensacola 52.I I'I'I at Harbor. taught to read and write .n. .f
...... _"I he clued. -- i Spanish 1 j j i and wine licenses to Louis Muniz .
44.I Church Rev J Leon Wells, pastor <'( th. 7tfc "Naval iSMfelrtVti 1 f.1.
Pittsburgh They were C. K. Miles. chief
a. tiu/uak Resertla. I -- 1 a ,J: at 1105 White street and Peter
52 J officiating. The body will be : II I! ........
'.. IK thi-atei anooun Roanoke I in the U. S. Navy Yard and Betty I i Joseph at 150 Newton street : raiMiU '" I"
SL Louis 33 placed in the church at 2 p. m. j Sense who lives at G-3 Fort !'I i OLD CRAIG W...tfW1ld....

I San Antonio _____- 36,] Burial will be in the family: plot : Taylor. Miles was taken to Naval .. e .. ei'

San Francisco -- 40 in City Cemetery. I I Hospital and the woman to Galey I'I'I I Palace; Theater: SERVICE STATION:
41 Pritchard Funeral Home is'in Francis at Division Phone 31)4K
Seattle -- Memorial Hospital in a Lopez .
of a.., i i on i. ....
carge arrangements. i ROBERT WALKER and Like
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Funeral Home ambulance.
KATHRYN'SSpotof Tallahassee I I I Poetry
Mr. Curry was a member of the AVA GARDNER in I TO Grease Spray et
Tampa ._ S3 I, Chief Miles was shaken and I II I I .Is LET
of and Dokkey UOMIAMIKEY Change Your Oil
Knights Pythias M
Washington. 52 the Sense woman was cut and "One Touch Of \ emi f
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Lodge. Pallbearers will be selected I 'I It...1 loaaual .e.1.Jw1 '
Beauty --- -- News and Shorts
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from the Lodges.Galvanized . ... .. .e.....e.............e..e l Watch TfMa 1pml tw .
j : bruisedBRADY'S H.. IM D'.,. eeid ....

Nnir Top LUGGAGE WEST y... c....... Nt
OIwsi1M i
FOR SALE! FOR SALE' loSHOPPING
BARGE LINE. Int_
CARRIERS Roofings j I 1941 FORD $995Court.
LAVAL $TRCVTrssilt CLYDE-MALLORY DOCKS
-for- Cpe-Cau'l Be Beat! f DAYS TELEPHONE Cexl I

.. : 3h9leaei. ioc ALL CARS ISTRUISK LUMBER YARD NAVARRO. Inc. / 1a.
Ho>'e Key West Auto Paris J I ,I| CHOICE POULTRY KILL CHRISTMAS .\ Barge LeoresMiami.
TELEPHONE 816 I
....... Owns III Distal St. Phone '442 r 1214 White Street Phone $40 i 1 Opposite Bus Station T/uir. lire. *) ..... ) w AV

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ibc Sri Hirst Citizen! SIJh E.. ... .Radio -1 1i .
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, t r.l'H.>...%.H'l rapt ....4.y. %r -- TODAY'SBIRTHDAY _. a4ti
i U ""v *wt.i.v ow..s4 P.MNNe The Citizen has remarked that the i v-
g ... ,*N .%' la *.MV.4%. ....-. M*--" : The Asaoeiatad Prasa- -rt
e ,r..w. T*. i'rtlM.l KiilMtn 'a' proportionately [
motorist carries
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! *>e. < it- ** A trot* a
tasur. .......... .. K. Wet uaN.
i __ ,'-"'" r ."' burden of taxation than any other class. Daytime Somnjarv I BY EMILY NOBLE

1 So it Is with high degree of satisfaction Selected.. programs.at. listed. below. I By (A') Ncwifearures ...,. '.-.1_ '
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! p .... .. \..; w.r 1.1....6. u __ .. w an.r a !I are or* .c..t at the m tone M." .
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day through Friday.T.m.n astornstandard. i..vwuwww.wu.ww..i ,
t .iMMwttM *>r INK A*.*MIT.:UaVaBW p.n_ that The Citizen notes that Governor-Elect For central standard auk. I t i j j'I Chapter IS -It Unt rr*) decided act t* sty tatal+sd+ taw w ,
I t .. "**** rr.a* M *acl.*4v4EK .entitle t* tract ono hour; for mountain stand LOUIS (LOU) LITTLE born him." OauijE. tM in*wi. W. *
( ofMia) *tJ4l es.. M.. 4<.tlc... cro4IU4 Fuller Warren has asserted that he is "un and two liours. -_ 'I Dec. 6. 1893. in Boston. This famous ; "T WAS just about to ring your marry-When did this happen?"C.*pa. ) m t& *** llr .wr (het... 4
oe.. rwa.o .K*.M_ I* Ini* .*..r. o... alterably opposed" to an increase in the j' a bell. Rosalie. May I come in?" Rosalie. that te, Was roof
Sil ..tWK4 Columbia football coach;
a*** H. -- ; Rosalie i .
watch-
I ,_ DEC. 6 THROUGH DEC. 10 193Q. knew Roy was "Juit now Sine FT* teen T** i.et : bee a-'
state gasoline tax other additional since started .
; IMXNIftlu MtTK* or any ing from the elevator. She had no No I'm not crazy or ever particularly .eal ui t ti. r s

_, _tlt.ee.... levy on the motorist.It M.rai.e:00Honeymoon ; playing with* idea who this! elegant girl was, imp.l vc. I but I waatto halle.o
-- t In N. T.' :.-nb | the pigskin at but she smiled at her as if at an do what's nfht Right away I M .. tlty..'

I -' . '.::--' === t:: would be' interesting if a motorist Breakfast Club-abe I Leominstsr.'High I. old friend. not only fee thAI rot are .....uu.ful An $ '" S.

.. _.. ._ .. ._ ors would figure out in the course of a year a:1I-Bamard:10-Tho Clerelandairee-abo Forge.-ob. i School.! "Do come in of course. Goodbye and I like You but 1 ae. why. _1 er.r... 4.- t r

...,...'1,.t1(1 IS 111.a: maintain Bob Pool. Show-mba continued o n'' Roy. I'll see you tomorrow." Wayne loves you u. much u b.
how much in taxation he to
... pays 10.00 Fred The' was brown, and "1Ws 1 cast
Ilam A..a a ...we. Waring Show-obo through Worcester stranger does.
_ _
Music for lou-cbs s moved' :witha 'athletiC" Blot WlaA5e.clon't Tl.
lithe. step. Loves
his automobile in Florida. He would start Academy "Wayn<<
.
[ -
P/ /IL 'tta1N E My Story Drama-obo
Once the: living levee Spa
they were in be fouUto. Wayne
L t. **. r.l..4 tfeaBk. re4>l.tlons off 'cen 'for 10:30-Hour of Serial*-obo the University askI
:: by summing up'seven every she beld.Putbes.band., ** a trs. r
room ,
w.M- p..... OtC, VIII b* Th. Godfrey Hour- b.' r ; you.
y ... .... ..f Ie tr.h a..*.. gallon of gasoline he uses and then would .' .'Say It with Uusto.....; 'I of. ."rd better introduce myself "Thanks for the Wlnnte. Yoart u atop IIIO rt -1 1kttl
Ae *....rt.i.m.i.t by rtmrrkea front 1UIO-Ka Pennsylvania]. bramUful pr. .
Kjrser Show-a.b4t sweet are
: ,I amAVuuJred Carlton.My. as asjrou
.....h S N..-..... I i- ..n.nl..l... ..riv.-4>. f 11.in*r are. rvfcta Invites a.di..lsi .-. add up various oUi'er 't xe8, most of which, 11:46-Serial* (3& bn.)_ and the AEFtea ,. & friend:. call me ,Winnie,, Ihope But I know WajTBt tort yo* and Iaama "t "

.t ........, i-- ..ijbJwUi. .( local, vri however, are imposed ,by the federal gov After... time of World War] t you' trio;Race J fear I can you know it, too. U b* cuM oalf gets P ;M t eRagata
......... I.> .1 a i i i. t |Mtl>.ll"b. ....yroou* UOD-W.leo" L t only think of you a* Rosalie. see and hear you ackinf about Ot aT
.. Trav.lers-t5. He had
ernment. Kate Smith Halt-Hoar-mbs worked as an icemanat Wayne!'never calls you 'anything him he'd realize youDon't lov* hills a.1 ata 91k a T s ad'eel
'tiJO 10, a brakeman at 17. After tJs ." *7 to deny it 1 like turntremendously eJM11"f
Buying automobile j is the first step -Words and MnsJe-ubc :
an I doal .Ion Very lttt.R Crethl / b
Bill Slater at Lunch-mb. coaching Georgetown he built up "Or I know Too are bat
course
in the expense incurred but its operation 1:00-Muale.Halt Hour-nb o the Columbia Lions to their formidable -:! the girl from San Ftaacuco that him..We van call him up on your

additional 1:11-Happy Cane-mb. position in eastern,foot-' Wayne Kahler u going to marry. chow right then aDd tall HimThe .
entails hundred and
a one expenses .
--Double I know when n tam
MEMBER *r TiothtofBbBretkUsjt o balL How nice of to come to.see news.
( 1948mntoTocrim
you
) U r
HoIlJ'wOOII-&b4t this hour H ca
that run into many dollars yearly. Queer tor a Doy-tub* me. How did you ever find me? b e reached at .* *
in Aow.Rosalie e Il
catch a plan an
i I We could shrug off the taxes on auto- *JO Bride-Serial aa4* fop Croon SH*..brsob bo WILL YOU SMILE? you How? is Are Wayne you ?married Is he here already with? looked stuitht into .bfeyes. w: .t'b- ,

mooiles were they luxury taxes, but an _Tfc_ Bop, Cheat-pib. i, Oh. what a bunch of que s1 ion.s. "Do you Iway this?"* She lump said t* Isai
like
Lad B .tact1Ie I' conclusions
i automobile is an essential necessity in today's Rd Benson Show-tab. Ready To Start Can Please I offer sit down and a drink forgive?" me. it slowly to steady. hersett e.d
'.3O Tha House you .
Party-cb "Not always. But thY u lmportant MV
life. It means more to Florida than Bar Dane bow-mba \ Winnie and sat the "
laughed on .
Tune wasted is tame ao.&
: ron xrr WEST "Wanted An "
any other one thing, because in the first 4:00-Hint Hufct QuU-:" expert carver, edge of a chair. "You can't offer I VP' 11(.M. Js cud .
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Second HODC"mOOD-&bo i
read the advertisement me anything good as bubbling -
"Only so your I OSALIE pushed Winnie to the Ins. a nMSSIreIM 1tbrrw
of thousands of tourists to 4:JO-Winner Take An-cb* L.
tens come I
place But
enthusiasm. was sure
I I
those used to first-class restaur- ] big sofa and sat betide her fee aM
B:00-Treasury Band-cb*
Hare RoUls and the state in automobiles and maintain Kiddies Hoar (west repeat! 1 hr. I ant work need apply." ''I you would be like that or I never I "I like Wayne but 1 weWda1 lest. '
Apartments L&tu1Ic and mb* I would have had the :.
f it & Beach and Bathing Pavilion> them while here, adding hundreds of To the man who asked for the burst in on you like this. I show! i I than dream he of would marrying' dream him of say asking mar I7m a stall.an.t .

t ... t. Airport*-Land and Sea. thousands: of dollars to the state revenue in job the manager said "Well ': have written or phoned but- me." slit tor
well I did want to surprise
-- Co CmsolMsHon: of County and gasoline taxes. NETWORK PROGRAMSTime what are pour qpalifications*" I'j little especially after seeing youa you He did ask ,IML H. told ire aaai.er -hom. 1 sea twi

k City GoTtrnments. eastern standard. For eimountain ": I "I have only one sir," replied I dance. I just managed to catch about it You've got to be set..e> ) asuMr+ vhf.ait5
L Community Auditorium. Thus Fuller Warren's declaration tral standard. subtract one h.ur. 'ar the other cheerfully. "At my last I I your last performance. It was ble. Rosabe."

about motorists is not only wise but fair al- hours. Some standard local stations subtract cnange two. i place I cut the meat so thin that j splendid.".' "1 am being sensibU. I.one cammake yw vtalaNy.
hour of relay: to fit local schedules. when the door ) liked it What quick Judgment j too "
the "I'm Iaree
opened I so glad
you tor
If more taxation is needed to operatethe Last minute program changes. c.n. times. I think you low Wayne
no.
... not b. included. draught blew the meat off the j I -what did Wayne say? Where is and should htm." taw tae r (r
? marry
state's many activities it should be ob- plates." II he* Is he hiding out in the half\?" Winnie leaned lauiMf sad a .ell e1sM

"You're "Wayne in San Francisco I bad ........ a1+'+ Illr
is 'Wha !
MONOGRAPH( tained from sources that do not include the MONDAY. DECEMBER 6 engaged said the j I a game see w e 1a1Mt
manager. i, just came to do some shoppingand cut the cards to who gets tw
Jto.-r .$4i/: automobile, which is now contributing far Evening iI I to see you.'''" prize. Wayne would Love tt.t"

':00-\ew. Broadcast-nbe Rosalie nodded. Tm glad you Winnie 'stopped laucM.... and. ? :1r1EtBtor
than its share of to the state 'As
'W the union more money vNetscast Kverjr Day -cW. LEGALS '
A Mrtkr l barkeeper Network Silent Hour: abreast | came to see me. And youmustn't was suddenly serious. "If I fjdfhim

Ate1a 1hIi ........IRI'. This Is one strike government. Kiddtes. Hour (repeat)-& I judge me because: I threw Roy on"the phone witt you Utk
Network St'ent (1 br)-tgbs-eaat and is to him?
NOTICK" I'M>KK: KMTIT101HVOTICE out He accompanies me a
u1 uini a f Amrk R.. will welcome and Kiddies Hour (repeat>--lnM-weat ,AMF: I.'n' I I fine musician, but also a pest "Of course. That b a good Me*.
Advertising in the Key West Citizen (:IS-Sports: Music Timo-nbo IS IIKRKMCIVKN that But I do want to know aboutWayne. I want to ten hum !hew mu. I tke 11afbIT.
wM. wmUflue for always You and Theater cbs ,
e -
INIIM It v th* undrrniKnrd. deKiringr to en"'age! I wedding to like and how mudi re
When is you .
..tf_ def.1. bt theV.. C. T. U. But must be a good thing or there wouldn't be <:45 Lowell-Newncast Thomas by(Threeirt repeat 11)>o-cb. I In name business of under the firtitloun j be?" to talk about 1 want you to streetI' .. be eewa M

.
..I..Ule'' will vehe- so many repeating advertisers. 7.00-Supper Club-nbc-baslo TOLL HOUSE TAVERN I j jon ---- -- -- - w j n ni :
IAl.s protest .
*1 .
The Beulab 4kit-cbs the Overseas Iliehwitx' near ''>

.r- a.N4. the strike will be ahort- News lultoa and Lewis Commentary Jr.-nibs *&o Toll Lower Bridge Mat..on rurat the>., southern hey in MUMFU end. 01. uuiuiiiuiHiiiiiuuumHiiwiiuiuiiimuwuinuiiuuiu! Your Horoscope i! .U ILL 'Mf stW 4P

EISENHOWER'S MEMOIRSJust 7tS-Vews and Comment-nba County Florida, intend to register ,I
.... West In I
Jack Smith Show-cbs the Raid name with the Clerk ot the ,I Key ,);1111..1I ;
TilE ORACLE Daily Commentary-abo, Circuit Court of Monroe, ('ounh. MONDAY. DECEMBER C !...

a few hours before the invasionof 7.30 Dinner-Van Date Damme-mbi Quintet-nt Florida.L. W. RROOMFIKLrA '. Gone Today's degree fawn the bwlfc. 1 I, -.-. .. iJrM w. --

I Europe, in the late war General DwightD. Bob lx>ne Crosby Banker Club Drama-abo-cb. YVONNE nov.2 Bp:.dw
DE GAULLE HAS HIS PLANS Eisenhower was told by one of his top 7:45-Henry. News J.Comment Taylor-mbs-nba.. THK _CIRCtlT____Cot_RT OP TillKLKKNTH -: Ii I IIN i' AS TAKEN FROM FILES I. ous to literature on scientific and, hm probaMy*. The sods mtm I 1 ... ....... .. Irth 61i1''roe

advisors that the air-borne operation, News Sports Broadcast Comment--cbs mbsa JL iCI\L riltri ''1'. OF THE CITIZEN OF cry is retentive with a laid. / assMI..tt. leer r

UK Till: SWATH UK I.UKII>*. DECEMBER 6. 1938 j of word bi nod wttfc aba.. Cllr 181r f t
which preceded the beachhead landings, 00-Caralcad* of America-nbainner IN ANI FOK power com
MONKUK :
........... fiwin newspaper reports Sanctum.: Jd".tery-cb. IN IH N('I-K1.: tOlNTY i i IIIUIUWUIIliIWlllUIlIIIIIIUWIU1IIUIIA scientific analysis, whMti thuwM ...., I ItrtteNr ..
would not work. Gordon McRae Show-abc ..
...... a.* .In IMH r.fwte since the election Tb. Falcon Adventure-mbst MART KATHERINE Case %.. ..HOE.2M. t special dispatch from Wash bring a sure reward of iucrm( ;
The incident is recounted in the Gen 30 Howard Barlow Concert_nba 'I H ;Qt. .-
: -- Plaintiff. The Citizen and probably also money. M a ......
... .W a Afwflff pronpect that Gen. Godfrey Talent Scouts-cb* ; ington published in I
!
... .
eral's book "Crusade in Europe," which Gregory! Hood Drama-mba I IOKCRRRKV !, today, quotes Senator Charles O. I strong day and should ptadwwa saHk r oral/# awe I.isy. .
W\ 1RWIN
'sue d. O*>M* will. recapture control has just been published. General Eisenhower a:4S-Walter Kternan-&boS.S BOB .nefendant IORIVF.K I Andrews as saying that funds strong personality. I W11115 .m .' -
-
.. sr. dwhtg. the next twelve months. I -Hy Gardner Say*-mb* OF PI'RLK %TION !j jANI have been obtained from the I -- --- -- algid
reasoned that if he cancelled the t;00-Voorhees Concert, Guest-nba ) NOTU TO APPEAR and MM. Ife- .... '
.. 1 VTPA to make 'a field study of who is on vacation fifty in ....... 4 .
'Ate "i.4.ctalils' factor i is that the GenII The Radio Theater-cbs TO: WARRKX iRWIN HoK. UM lIt
air-borne operation it would be impossible iI i- Glenn Oxer Music-aoc t', S. S. Little Rook c. L. S2, sponging conditions, .in; the neatens menU left today for Miami %. .5 yelfawr
... i.M **.*.* tic. "fooperation" with Gabriel Heatter Comment-mbIS 3rd I>''tv i8iOD. .f the Flo da Keys.A visit relative and ....-..., 'I -
I to proceed with the invasion plans.He ': -News Broadcast-mb* 1 Fleet Post OCfI..e.Sew ,, ; .
W...... MatH .r Great llritaln. pre '.30-Dr. t. Q. Quiz Show-nbo. York. NT Y. ..a_ 4 n.raettetssatdtt
decided to with the attack and hereby required to Phil Henson for a .
go on Stars In the Night-ab* ru are appear many ya I,
....krt/eet bhM t"raAH be "more French and Hollywood Talk-mbs to the sworn Bill of Complaint committee representing the resident of Key Weal but. ..*.w residing "
when it succeeded the top advisor immediately flied against you In the above Council County Commission TRIUMPH
City '
i ':55-News for 5 Minute*-Bib*
... ...ab.r.tive. This. sentiment i isM mated cause, on or before the 3'ithIteccraber in Miami, la her vaaumrelative ,
10 00 Contested Concert nbaM and Chamber of Commerce met!
extended congratulations.Other : ,
A. It 1>'S otherwise the
: and frtenosi. i COITIJEIILI.
libe/Wl Mot Fr.irKe will be more Friend IrmacbsNews allegation Mid Kill will be taken l last night to consider a plan to j I I,
= incidents included in the General's CommentaryaboFish an confessed by you, relieve ) ..
I R I.. .Rd l mere elf-reliant. and Hunt Club-rob* unemployment in Key I
: IKINK AM OKKKRKP at Key1! Today The CittscA M,. M an
account of his war operations are: 10:IS-News Broadcast-abc West. The object is to raise
West Florida this 13th day of November | M
Tlw ?*.awh MiNt a f)' leader has ugtn 10:JO-Radio City Play house-nb. A. D. 1914. funds to match amounts required | editorial paragraph: I 1 I
(a) Twice during the campaign. Field Bob Hawk Uul-cbs (Seal) Reels C SXW ER, I j "Money un't vt'ryHttiic' but i i iiU Qnara11aAasJ.sAia
...... ... 'in wty Heap. for cooperative'111ruJla. On Trial. Forum-abc Clerk of the Circuit Court. by the WPA for various propectsin
should Marshall Montgomery tried to become Dance Band Showrob.11OGX.ws Monroe County, Florida. this community. Ii everything is nothing withuwt .. ,aad/i
tW FrvfMh ,
11. assume rebar ,
I bra.-c" money"
Variety. lt>: Florence K Sa"'y..r. I i I
Supreme Ground Commander b thatMontgomery's .
( )
; News and Dance band-abc Deputy i'lerk. .
.. ____ .,, Karrf>et the Hritinh for theWM.r.an..1s .
New Dane Band t bra.-mb* TOM O WATKINS. Ernest Hemingway, novelist
estimate of the of
{ .r Ni and! the United States strategy 11-.1S News & Variety to 1-nbc Attornefor Plaintiff.nov.152229d.c.. I who returned to Key West two "PEGGY"Ctmt
TIREBICYCLES
the invasion was fulfilled to the letter: 12:00-Dancing Continued-abc-west : S.H4S NEW 26"
days ago from a trip to Spain,
4..... Now Nee. ..... m the Pacific. The idea
I and (c) that while Prime Minister IN THE CIRCUIT: COURT OF THE I said that Generalissimo Franco is !. .eat ... ....p
at..w .. ...... .fkI! leadership and not I TODAY'S KKVI'll: JII>KI\I. IIKtlir!; now attempting to starve the I te H.... w...... kllr
sife Churchill argued against the invasion .
1 INM> FUN MMNHUK 4 Ol NTt.I ,
.. ._II- a.rwtwp4kH of the burdens in- ANNIVERSARIESKnow -'LUH'"H"H'. I Loyalists in Spain.
once the decision was made he threw his fame N,_ II-4JK. I TU $*, '.III % l. If

....... weight behind the proposal.It ( America JOHN W*, K1NCIC.. !I Mr. and Mrs. J. J Kirsche i at. $39.45gad up 111i(1. "IH If i 1

)I..k., i1w'. klr4 the differences Plaintiff Also All Sites of BICYCLE
are 1791-George Holland, Anglo- baum received information from 1
NOTK: TO
is noted that General Eisenhower .| r1/M ............ Mae YONaM.4
..
TRICYCLES and WAGONS
# American comedian, father( of a tl'PKtlt: Washington yesterday that their ,
_tin ..... the. proper treatment of 1 I I
FRANCES FIUOREAItElANCF.
I disposes of the argument that the American noted American family of actors, son, J. J. Kirscherrbaum Jr., had Deposit will hold any rnerrhM' M CIMw. a' All

Mw a1awFMfrNrn, awate iti Germanyhich Armies were held back for political born in England. Died in New DefendantTO I been appointed a lieutenant in I. on our Lay-Away Plan
t.. ti'', *h ,...,. will |Hermit Germany to re- York. Dec: 20 1870. : FRANCES AIRIANCE K1LX;(.KK the officers reserve corps. TROPICAL TIUMITH

.Aec Nelli ....,.... reasons while the Russians went into 1822-William T. Hcnilton C/o IRS. STEPHEN K.'KILGRE J Overseas Cycle Store i I ...... tlraaPF80M

iBerlin. At the time the decision was made, ("Wildcat Bill") Morgan trap- IKHOLASVILLE.Route: f. GEORGIA. ,\ Beginning next Saturday j I! 920 Truman AT. Phone DM # ,ttNlI

the Russians were only thirty miles away per, scout and trader, who knew YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIJIEitlthat ,J three trips will be made weekly I 1-
TtEN-AGE CURFEW Indian sign language better than a bill for divorce has been filed j to and from Fort Jefferson at - -
f from the German capital and there against you in the above-entitled
was
the Indians -filet I Dry Tortugas. C. B. Sutton,
themselves, ,born in cause, and you are required to own-
grave military doubt that the much-more- England. Died May 24,'1908. therein \ourappearance or anskeron I er of the passenger ship Talofa
"FW City tel Po- or before the 2th day of l>ecenxI'I
IHrt according
I. to distant Allied troops could reach Berlin 1833-John Singletqn Mosby, ber. 11"': otherwise the allrgalonsof (. i said $5 will be charged for the
'. 0eNeatil\1iNnrr f I S. hast said bill will be taken an .., | round trip. Overseas
: Harry Troy famed !
: first. In addition, General Ike says that Corvfederate cavalry leader fessed bou. n-I I II Transportation
1Leeri5ai. .t'*-age crime by passage and ranger Born in Edgemont: >.\TEI'THIS 13th day of Novem- ,
the American supply position was not Va. Died May 30 1916. ber. 1S4S Miss Ellen Edith Rue daughter -,
-.. .. a at iii4hM. whkh that (Seal) ROSS C SAWYER !
iirg requires 1859 of Mr. ana s/rs Harry Rue, of i Inc.Fast
sufficient to such thrust. Edward H. Southern famous
support a Clerk 0: the Circuit Court Company
.......ajf ........... and under be off the actor, son of a noted actor B>.: (...1) Anne C LonKw..rth. Key West and Richard Fmley I .
The American General finds that a 1'epuly Clerk Cook, will be married on Satur-I
and mate of Julia
tlrt-ft. lilt laaWiaiarM ashcan accompanied by "live and let live" arrangement does not New Orleans. Marlowe Died Oct.bornin 28, nixox nej P-APt-'uRI.\RNETTK. &: day, Dec. 10, in Miami. I i I Dependable Freight and K:*|.rM t eei4.s

.. tetw.. Tile Mti th.4rld law holds parents 1933. SOS First National liuildinK..
work with the Russians and he expresses a Miami t2 Florida. -........-
liditl. /r.. tine rkrrfew illations of their 1872-William S. Hart, famed Attorneys for Plaintiff Herman Demeritt engineer on 1

iI h la ..awl. H*.k_ them ,xubject" to a fine realization of the deep gulf between Western "Wild West" movie actor, born in nuv.tS-22-29.,1re.6,1945.! the lighthouse tender Pomciana. I MIAMI\ and KEY WESTAlso

concepts and those in vogue in the Newburgh, N. Y. Died June 23, ,
let 1...... day both. In
t f na r y in jail or 1946.
East. This is illustrated in the Russian Serving ALL FODCTS ON R.MiJ1 MVt

t1M11fr tlbakiar.. .ft parent have been 1886 Joyce Kilmer, gifted BetwMa MiaaI aft Kr weal
for
recipe crossing mine fields. Marshal
J e.tibp-.A w ...a>.H. tH answeriolations.. : poet, author of "Trees born in
fioiU.sALEUlI
Zhukov told General Eisenhower that the New Brunswick N. J, Died on I I I
t "W.hh* t.NiHr. vmMe4oner that
says Russians simply attacked as if the mines battlefield in France, July 30. r Exprtu Schedule
'
I bPkL. lice .aMtr1m* tt of the curfew law, were not there and considered the lossesto 1918. ;I (Mo Staye t. 1 ttoM. ,

.. -t ware akwet iMiuerle.ss! against I LEAVES KEY WEST BAK.Y
be no greater than from concentrated __ j I CEPT: SUNDAYS) ai Iai P.M.tlvea .:!

.. ..... *..*. that roam the city, but machine-gun fire.A Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good Miaal at U.M ......

youthass.. l STAR I: White' j i alght .
BRANDAMERICAN LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (4l .
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nation is as strong as its ave'gecitiztn SUNDAYS) .t 1M .' Wk 7!..
AMSIs ps.pt. a <*>erMi>e in "breaking and and COFFEE I night sad ani...
.. no stronger. and CUBAN ? al Kay Wa ..
...t-dL. l la* imni mini that there are very i NEWSPRINT J| 1:00 .'dock A-M
-Try A Pound Today_
.. Jai t.uMi. ...tf*).iMM after midnight. ABANDONS RAIN-MAKING Local Schedule,

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.isNMli t.fem. IHI belk1a-watch your Some months ago the people of the ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand t 500 Sheets .: LEAVES CEPT SUNOAYSI KEY WEST' at DAH.Y..M ..."..t....

iM...11K at aM ....ai.t.i.ir country were vastly interested in a pro- 4)5' A. N. and atrtva M Miami al 4.l
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cess to cause rain by sprinkling dry ice on 8V2 11 (
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when lt
tbrstrength their clouds.It. SUNDAYS) ai I:M o'tlock A. N. and

1Mlliew, ......... cwrrwpt. either through is worth noting that the United ANNOUNCEMENT I acct.. U Kay Watt at kM .....-

i.wkielr ... Nk..c+t.AEI States Air Force which had conducted experiments Starting Saturday Nov. 27 / THE :t P. K


iltldtuS4.a It( l horning. at this the conclusion for nine that months the ,process has come"isn't to We will 9 be A. open M. to Saturdaysfrom 5 P. M. i Artman Press !\ FREE PICK-UP FULL and DEUVKHY SILK\ KE:



It MAIN OFFICE sad WAREHOUSE C.., ..... ,,... ...
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aft Ease fKniiht scholastic' not produce rain in amounts 'sufficient to + 51 PHONESI M AND .8
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The FORECAST. Weather i I LOUISA'S' LETTERDear miCLASSIFIED ADS


Key 'West and Vicinity: Fairtoday. I I

becoming partly cloudy Louisa:

with scattered showers Tuesday. I had been going steady with a.boy and I loved him and i Information for the Advertisers

Moderate to fresh southeasterly he acted like he loved me. But there was another girl who .
winds today, shifting to fresh wanted to go with him and she would flirt with him every time = RATES .r I is 3c a word and the minimum DEADLINETo

northerly,tonight and Tuesday.. she saw him even if he was with me. She would invite him,\o[! = Regular TypoAdvertisements >> charge for the first 15 wordsor insure publication, copy

Florida Partly cl+wdy' thru her house and he went Finally she broke us up:and he goed'j : under this less is 45c. must be in the office before 11
?" id (_;: head wilF be inserted in The PAYMENTPayment o'clock on the day of $..
Tuesday except few'showers' steady with her now but he always speaks to me,and when he! )t'I :
north "' Citizen at the rate of 2c a word for classified advertisements bon. j
portion today or tonight .
sees me by myself he always stops and talks. When he acts '
and In south portions tonight or mad with -this- he t for each insertion but the is invariably in OFFICE
girl always
Tuesday. Cooler north portion minimum charge forthe first advance. but regular advertisers Business Office in The Citizen .
tells he is but then '
tonleht. Cooler central and me through here and we went steady about I 15 words or less is'SOc -. with ledger accounts may Building, corner Greene
'I he goes back to her. How canI Black Face Type lave their advertisements Door
south portions Tuesday. four months. We loved each and Ann Streets. to the
Jacksonville. thru the Florida get him to love me again? other but my mother and father The rate for blackface type charged. right on entering building.

WORRIEDTexasANSWER :. didn't like him and there .........._............__m
Straits: Moderate to fresh southerly was a ai1001lIIOIIOIIOU11180111IIIgIIIU181I108111881110181010III. !! OIIIIIIIIIUIIIII10810110881NUIIIUO88p11818U1U01081W1ALL lII.IIII.II.III.III.IJIIIIU.---.
winds in north portion today : row whenever he came. He

shifting to northwesterly If I could answer your last never did anything to make them ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions: In the event of error in ad......

ever extreme north portion tonight question I could cure many a dislike him and we couldn't go ing. transient or contract. The Citizen will be responsible only for the first insertion In CLASSIFIED I

Moderate to fresh southerly heartache but unless the boy, together in any peace but he I ADVERTISING, and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of spaco occupied fey
winds over south portion to- himself wants to come back would bring me back from I the part of the advertisement where the error occurs.

day becoming moderate northerly I'm afraid there is nothing you places. --- -- .
with can do. Of course you can Now it has been almost three
Tuesday Partly cloudy a
FOR SALE-USED TRUCKS FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD REPAIRS RADIOS
few, showers in north portion to- adopt this other girl's tactics months since we have been together FURNITURE & APPLIANCES -
outh Tues- and go after him just as she did I love him but he hardly I
and portion
day over he Late 1947 Chevrolet truck, IVi- Radio repairs hile-U-wait Low
when steady. You notices unless
was your me we are some-
ton heavy duty stake body. Large bed, innerspring mattress standard prices by catalog. II
day.East can invite him to your house, where that no one knows
Gulf: Moderate to fresh be especially nice to him whenever Please give me some advice. Just like new. $600 cash bal- I and dresser. $65.00. 7-A Por- years radio experience in manufacturing

southerly winds in north portion you are together and get A WORRIED GIRL US'I ance can be financed. See ter Place. dec4-2tx plants. UK Whitehead -
freshnN1h'A.ftterly
becoming moderate to in a mean lick whenever you ANSWER: James Muniz, 1023 DivisionSt. Street nov34-2t: .

today. Moderate have the opportunity. But I I You can hardly blame a Phone 1080. dec4-2t. Radio Grunow console, $35; studio -
south to southeast winds in south hardly think you are that kind for not coming to see you when couch $10; roll-away bed GARDEN AND LAWN

portion becoming moderate to of girl. And after all a boy has he is so unwelcome in your home. .' FOR SALE-USED CARS I almost new, $%0. 51-1 Poinci- SUPPLIES
fresh northerly Tuesday. Partly
to be little weak let Your ana. dec4-3tx
a to one of parents must have some
cloudy ,with a few showers north these predatory girls grab him good reason for disliking this boy 937 Ford 2-door sedan. Good I Pottery suitable for large gardenia

portion and south portion tonight away from someone he loves. Ifhe and I think they should tell you condition. $30000( ) 536 t New twenty yards blue white plants. Also peat mta*. Key

and Tuesday. doesn't get wise to her and why they object to him as oth- Street dec4-4tx striped awning cloth. Figured West Garden and Lawn Sup-

Key West. Fla. Dec. 6. 1948 come back to you of his own I erwise their behavior sounds shower curtain. Genuine Rat- ply Co, 914 Fleming Si. Phone

(Observation taken at City Office. accord I believe your best bet most unreasonable. 946 Ford de lose "8" convertible. tan termite proof arm chair. 1019. decftfWANTEDAGENTS

S:30 a.m.. EST) is to interest yourself in someone LOUISA. New tires new battery all ac- Used three-burner apartmentgas

T.mp.raturn else. cessories. Phone 465. range. Fine metal double
Highest yesterday _________ 82 LOUISA. Address Your Letters to: dec4-3t bed coil springs innerspring

Lowest last night ___. 'l4 Dear Louisa: "-LOUISA-. O. BOX 53%. mattreso. Pitcher pump. Fine Take steady orders: Quality
Mean __. 18 I have been with wicker chair cushion seat .
------- going a boy Orangeburg. S. C. arm slacks .
941 fordor de luxe sportswear shirts men
Chevrolet Sedan
... 71 -
who
Normal _' ------ lives about 12 miles from no termites. 6x8 brown rug.
j Fully equipped with ra- and ladies' raincoat made to
PrecipitationTotal Iron folding cot and pad.
-- -- dio. This measure suits. High commission
.00 car is
last 24 hours ino.
-- Everything good condition. 916
._ .00 ins. clean. Best buy in South I free catalog Greenfield
month
this Silver
Total
Toivle One
-- Sterling By Of The Windsor Lane. dec6-ltx
Deficiency this month -. .:9 ins. Florida. Phone A. J. 1170 Broadway. New York CityderflU,,

Total this year __ 46.12 ins. Nation's Oldest Silversmiths Now Ewan. Boca Chica 212, MC-j i ip.m. Lake State automatic dishwasher
9.35 ins. Seaplane Base 221.
Excess this year r- ,
Used less than one $150.
dec4-2tx year. FOR RENT BOATS
-
I
XUlativ$:30 Humidity.a.m. I Available Exclusively At Pollock'sIn I Apply Home Sundry. dec3-3t

83% "" 940 Ford panel truck, excellent Sam Lower Boat Rental Service.
1690 the thriving metropolisof turned it to of his
Barofiuitr j over two most condition. $675. Apply 1415 New Mercury outboard motors
Sea Laval). 1.30 ajn. Newburyport Massachusetts brilliant apprentices one of whom Pine Street. dec6-6tx FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE and Ramsey plywood boats and
was the shipbuilding center of named Towle Vfca Stock Island
30.04 Ins.-1017.3 mbs. was and whose rowboats.
Tomorrow's Almanac our country, and its leading seaport name the organization still bears 1936 Buick sedan. Bargain good Stock Island, over 400 ft oceanfront today and fish your worries

Sunrise ---m-:__ 6:58 a.m. It was the birthplace of I'I Today TOWLE sterling is recognized tires. Quick sale, $100. 1502 Bargain. Must be soldat away. decJ-$U

Sunset ._ _.a---- 5:39 p.m. many famous "Yankee" clippers toC as one of the nation's South Street Phone 108-R. once. :Mr. Kitty, c/o Citizen -
that later carried
our history
Moonrise 12:26 p.m. leading and finest. Many of its dec62txFor decl-tf FOR IE1'fTSTOIUS'
all parts of the world, and the
Moonset ___- --1L59 pm. patterns are the outstanding fav-
grounds of internationally -1
stamping orites of American bride and Sale 1941 Buick sedan. In FOR SALE-BUSINESS Large store 218 Simonton. SSxM.
known sea-captaiiv and
TIDES sailors. t housewives. This popularity is excellent condition. New rubber PLACES Reasonable. Phone 082. ask for
Naval Base) the result of careful analysis and New paint job. Sonomatic Hy dcrtlf
Tomorrow As customary with all world the meticulous skill of Towle de- radio. Spotlight fog lights. Island City Book and Soda Shop.

(Eastern Standard Time) travelers these seafarers col-'' signers.. Mr. Cyril Marshall, well $1095. 223-A Pomciana after License stock, equipment inventory HELP WANTED-

Hih Low lected souvenirs and even a lit- known local artist, designer and 5 P.M. Telephone 1337-W. merchandise signs MALE OR FEMALE
1:37 ajn. '8:55 ajn. tie "booty" here and there, pre- metal craftsman is an enthusiastic dec6-3tx lease, etc. Living quarters 2-

3.21 pm. 8:39 p.m. dominantly articles made of silver -' devotee of Towle sterling. Mr. year lease low rent Make an Beautician all-around operator,

They would take these silver Marshall was at one time associated 1946 Chevrolet, convertible offer. Located 222 DuvaL Steady employment Martin's

ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA objects to the blacksmith atj I II with the designing depart- coupe, excellent condition $1-I Owner has other interests. Hair Stylist 921 Truman Avr
.(Reference Station Key West) I Newburyport to be melted down ment of Towle and contributed 600. Paul's Apartments Apt Business closed today for inventory nue. d3t=

Time oft| Haightof and made into things they could tp many of their popular desgins.His No. 16, 1129 Fleming Strpet Call 432-W or 9150.
StationTide [WjhwsUrBahia wear or use. In those days the;: personal silver is "CRAFTS- dec63txj Terms to right party. Business HELP WANTED' -FEMALE
'Honda blacksmith was the only one i MAN" by Towle. ) has been grossing $50.00 and I

(bridge) _-Oh 10m 00ft equipped to do such silver As indicated elsewhere in this FOR SALE-BOATS AND up a day. dec6-3t Sears Roebuck and Company has

No Name Key ing and modeling. In refin-I edition TOWLE Sterling is now MARINE MOTORS I opening for a woman between
(east end) _+211 20m blacksmiths in Newburyport available in Key West exclusively FOR SALE-DOGS AND CATS ages of 22 and 33. Some bookkeeping

Boca Chlca to be known as "Black and White j I atat POLLOCK'S Quality Jew-I Gray marine engines and service.C. essential and typing
(Sandy Point-Oh 40m Smiths" because of their work 1 I elers. The Towle Company appointed R. Smith opposite Firestone Cocker Spaniel for sale. buff year speed of at least 35 words per
ing in silver.Outstanding. | I Marathon. decl-lmo and half old. Registered AKC. Person
Calder Channel Pollock's as their local s, Station minute required. elected
(.north end) _+211 10m +1.4 ft for hk skill and I) distributor after careful investigation Has seventeen champions in will receive training in
000 craftsmanship among these black I and personal inspection as 13*2-foot cypress skiff. New bot- past thirty ancestors. Call at credit investigation of approvals

NOTEMinus and white smiths was one William I I it is their policy to appoint only torn freshly painted. Call at 504 Bahama Street dec4-2tx and collection of accounts.

sign: Correctionsto Moulton the founder, in those jewelers whom they feel to 1020 White St. after 5 P.M. Many employee benefits. Only
be subtracted. 1690, of the present day TOWLE!, be the leading and most reputable dec6-3tx FOR SALEHARDWAREPure applicants desiring permanentemployment

(+)-Plus sign: Corrections to silversmiths. For approximately I(!I I in their respective communities I need apply Applyin
it known as Moul- I gum tufpentme $1.20 gal Order Office .
be added.Knights 200 years was FOR SALE-HOUSES I person at Sears
ton's and its trade secrets were I I I AND LOTS I Ion. Battleship gray porch and decMt
handed down only from one son I: It is therefore with considerable II deck paint $4.50 gallon. :Mc-i

Of to the other and each son servedhis pride that POLLOCK'S announce Guest house, 2 blocks from new'I I I Killip Hardware 602 Francis. HELP WANTED-MALE
that TOWLE Sterling is now Street Phone 1483. dec6-3t
apprenticeship at the forges.||I beach 5 bedrooms 3 baths

1'll(181'0Itl All employees were member of available for immediate deliv- apartment for owner completely MAKE Sll A DAY!
the Moulton family. I j I ery, just in time for Christmas furnished electric kitchen.. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE- Sell name plates for huue

ElectionAt During the 19th century the I at their new air conditioned store Good income. Must be sold REAL ESTATE Write National Engraver, 212

last William Moulton decided to I' in the Kress building, open every at once. Real sacrifice. Terms. Summer Boston Mas
a largely attended meetingof retire from the business and evening until Christmas.-Advt. By owner. 1328 White Street Two adjoining lots, one a corner dftf.t tx
Key West Lodge No 163 -- lot King's Highway,
--- -- -- ---- dec2tf 50x150 on
Knights of Pythias held on Fri- Myrtle Beach S. C. Mrs. H. S. HOUSES
FOR LEASE-
day evening officers were electedfor CootiesTo 1949 Packards Waterfront home. 2 bedrooms 2 1 Bartless, 802 Eaton Apt 1.
the coming dec33txFOR
year. baths furnished. Must be sold Two-bedroom de luxe waterfront
The officers elected are:
Chancellor Commander, Daniel Crawl Available In at once. Cheap. Owner 1328 RENTAPARTMENTSFurnished home. New and really exclusive .
,I White Street dec3-tf $1100.00 for season. Ideal
H Sharp; ,vice chancellor John
location. references required.
R. Kerr, Jr. Prelate, Jesse L. TonightThe 2li room apartment
oW
SALEHOTELSSmall Boat dockings at
West Now FOR your
Gill Master of Works. George F. Key Utilities furnished $25.00 weekly. of
Cooties Honor Degree and Nothing like this has been
Phillips Secretary. J Winfield Sea Isle Apartments, 915
Russell; Financial Secretary W. Fun Degree of the Veterans of Availability of a "few 194 hotel in downtown Key Windsor Lane. decl-tf fered. Call 432 W or 43*.

F. Edwards Treasurer M.B. Gibson Foreign Wars organization will Packards at this time" to Key West Fla., contains 8 large I dec4.3t
; Master at Arms. Alfred A. hold their first crawl tonight at rooms with 5 baths and two and
West residents, and naval Furnished apartment 3 rooms
person- BUY
Stray line; Inner Guard. Antonio 7:00 o'clock at the VFW Club- I apartments. All in perfect and WANTED TO
nel was announced by E. O Clifton condition. Large lot and good bath. Maid janitor services -
Arango; Outer Guard. J. L. house. I and utilities furnished
linens
-
Adams Trustees. W. P. Archer, Edward F. Haury, Chief Seam I owner of the Packard Mimi money maker. Must disposeon I Summer rates. Coral! Wanted-Window shutter. 32.X63.

J. R. DeLand and J. Frazier Pin- Squirrel urges that all members I Company, franchise dealer for account of health. Box 532 Hotel Apartments opposite Post Phone 1451-J. after 5.00. .
der Grand Lodge Representatives be present at this meeting for the Dade and Monroe counties. Key West Florida. Office. nov9-26tx dec4 6tx
Earl R. Adams and Armando initiation and the social hour to I decl-tf
Fernander. follow. Clifton added that the initial MISCELLANEOUSWashers
I showing of Packards in this area i FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS Modern furnished efficiency and
The installation ceremonies 1
will take place Monday and bedroom apartments. Yearly or and
irons vacuums
will be held in January. Three Births In Tuesday, when a representative I White enamel $275 Outside! season rentaL Pine Plaza fans repaired. O'Br 4anL Phone

of the firm Lewis M. Tansky, 1301 Truman Ave. nov30-tf
nov29-I2t
M.
white paint $2.75 and $3 75 per 1164
Special Meeting Naval HospitalA will stay at La Concha hotel to gallon up. 50-ft. 1,2" garden
demonstrate the at homes of Furnished two-bedroom apartment -
car
hose $3.95. Doherty & Co., 846 Picture framing, pictures framedand
Jr. Womtm's Club severi pound four ounce j I| interested persons. Olivia. Phone 1597. decl-tf on second floor. Chil- matted DiNegro's. 614
daughter was born in the U. S
Tuesday NightA I. Naval Hospital to Mrs. Mary t! policy of serving our entire area Bundles of old newspapers at 1Rnt plus water and utilities. Phone Mdec4-23U
Ruby wife of Robert H Ruby I as best we can with out limited each bundle. Inquire atHie (mornings) 1185-R.
QNC USS Clamagore. The baby i monthly Mr. Clifton de- dec 3 6 8 4t
A meeting of the Key ,.i quota Citizen Office. nov20-tf - STORAGE
West Junior Woman's Club has Ii has been named Mary Lou. dared. "It is our response to the i.
A six pound twelve ounce I interest expressed by Key West Apartments. Electric kitchen.
been called for tomorrow night j I HOME DECORATORS Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor
daughter was born to Mrs. Mane residents as shown in our daily Per day or season. 909 Eliza-
8 00 o'clock at the i .
Tuesday at : A large new shipment of fabrics commercial. Phone 798decl
Woman's Clubhouse Duval Hill wife of Elbert C. Hill ET2. maiL. We have some de rableautomobiles I beth Street dec6-tf .tf
on ( at CAROLINE SHOP! A variety -
USNAS. Boca Chica. She has earmarked for this
ktreet :i of large and small pat' FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS
been named Nora Gay. area.
Since this is a very important }( and solid colors. LOSTIn
terns stripes
the A six pound, four ounce daughter -i i The 1949 Packards he explained -
is dub
meeting it urged by All are exceptional values I Dverseas Hotel low rates. Cof-
was born to Mrs. Geraldine j embody the engineering !
that all members attend. I '. at $1.25 per yard. fee shop, bar. decl-Imo downtown Key West lift
many
Pearce wife of William II Pearce and beauty which won the car
AD3( Seaplane Base. The baby I the "Fashion car of the Year"award dec2-6t I dollar bill. Finder pleas call
Poinciana P.-T. A. has been named Patricia Ann. I I of the New York Fashion FOR RENT-ROOMS 1137-W. Reward. det -2t*

I I Academy. There are four differ- Key West coconut braid hats
Study Group To Use ample fat when frying i ent models the standard and de- Seminole Indian skirts, Cook I Rooms and light housekeeping One pair of black shoe skate '
eggs but do not get the fat so' luxe at 130 horsepower the super Book and its herbs and seasonings rooms. $5 to $15 per week. 411 front of Skating Rink S turrta'
:I and the at the Marshall Studio William Street nov2726txFOR Reward if returned to Luuu
Meet Wednesday hot that it sputters when he eggs at 145 horsepower I Ii
Shop in Telegraph Lane. Also Maloney 308 Peacon Lane
are pu into the skillet. Cook over I i custom at 160.
It has been announced that a low heat and spoon some of the limelade garlic olives coconut RENTTRAILERSNew dev t'

meeting of the Study Group of J fat over the top of the eggs until I I I A delicious spread for a partyis I'I'I candy and turtle soup.
Poinciana School P. T. A. will be a film forms and they reach the i iI made by mashing avocado to dec3-6-8-10-4tx trailer all conveniences. for FOR SALEPROMISSARYNOTES

held at 1-00 p. m. on Wednesday I|degree of doneness desired. I a fine pulp and seasoning with i tourist couple. No children.
December 8th in the School I I onion or garlic salt salt and I Noma bubble lites. Complete set, Must be quiet reliable and

Auditorium to be followed by a I The rhinoceros is an animal of freshly i ground pepper. Celery $3.00. General Electric series particular. Available Dec. 12, Notes meeting of Room Mothers of the little intelligence and a bad I' salt may be added, too. if j lites $1.19. Poor Old Craig,I monthly in advance. Phone man Press: Citizen Bldg- Phone

School. temper ,I'1 l desired. .. _. 1019 White Street dE'<'6-6tx I lC55-W, dec3-3t 51. "\d-tl







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-AGE FOUB .THE: KEY WEST CITIZEN MONDAY, DECEMBER 6,J948
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PITCHING OF SANCHEZ'; BRISSIE, SIGNS AGAIN. XFITH MACK .t\ J JJP WILL YOU SMILE? ,i I and district"County' Councillor" f f for fAye this.

I Local DuceThe sir;: 'replied tfecl lutive .
> i"Ye might say I'm the Mussolini -

FEATURES GAME SUNDAY English sportsman be- of GlennocJityV* .


came friendly with the keeperof One adult in five today it en.

UUIUIH"r Pitcher r t t the only store the Highland I gaged In producing processing

a: Village boasted. One day he said: l and distributing food; ISO years
Allu"1 Kttl Raiders Box Scores > ago nine out of ten were.
well. Angus I understand

Only Fhr Hit; you're the postmaster the shopkeeper I Ii Read t the Classified Ads in Th

Legion Win 2nd Tilt Of Contests .. the Justice of the Peace, I \b.n...a. .

'

Bombers won over the Red Played SundayThe t
1
Raiders yesterday afternoon in y 7f ,

the opener and the A. Legion following are the -box. af

won their second straight game scores of the Island City BaseballLeague

over the Clowns. doubleheader played yes I
terday afternoon at Wickeri br

Mongolo Sanchez pitched avery (Municipal Stadium) Field:

food game and allowed fivescattered FIRST GAME ; ,2x 8e. t
>
hits to win over the I Atomic Bombers
S
Raider*. In the second frame he PlayerAB R H PO A E /

tripled to drive Al Acevedo home Casado, lf .._. 3 0 0 5 1 0
Santana 2b __ 4 1 2 1 2 I'I
with the tieing run. | Vidal Ib ___ __._ of 1 2 8 0 01* '
The only run for the Raiders Roberts, c -- 402610 1 .' ;' eat

came in the first, when Baker hit J. Albury, 3b ._ 3 1 1 1 3 0 :

one to short and it vent right AL Acevedo ss 4 2 2 0 3 1

through him and Julius Villarealhit J. Villareal, cf 3 0 I 0 0 0 ( ) Wirephoto I. rIn

Barber, rf _... 300000 LOU BRISSIE. 24, left-handed pitcher from Wax Shoals S. C.
and
one to second the ball t
M. Sanchez p 301000 I signs his 1949 contract with the Philadelphia Athletics to the. t
took a bad hop and went right
- obvious satisfaction of Manager Connie Mack. They are in Mr.Mack' '
through to right. Baker landed on Totals31 5 11 21 92
: office Philadelphia.. The young southpaw+ wu
third and Julius I Red Raiders ,
Cates
on secona,
wounded seriously on the Italian front in World War IL He
flied out to left and Baker is doubled PlayerAB R H PO A E'
has had than a score of operations in save his left leg.
at the plate when Casado Baker, cf 3 0 1 0 0 0 more
made a throw to the catcher inj..1u. Villareal, If 3 1 1 2 1 0 I --- -- ------ -- --- -- ---

time. 11 Cates, 2b ______. 2 0 0 3 0 0
Then Acevedo singled to left!A. Acevedo, c Z 0 1 i 0 0 > BUCHWEITZ AND MERCER

and Villareal scored. In the third Alonzo, Ib ___.3 0 0 5 0 01

Julius singled to left In the' ,J. Carbonell, 58 3 0 1 2 1 11'

fourth Jackie Carbonell singledto Domenech, 3b .. 3 '0 1 3 1 11 MATCHED AT NCCS I FOR HOME or

crater and in the seventh Pickett, rf. __ 0 0 0 0 0 0'
Dornenech doubled to left, they G. Last.res. rf 2 0 0 0 0 0'I '

were the only hits for the Raid Salinero, p _'u 3 0 0 0 5 0\j lIdtwdl Six Feet T .. !1 COMMERCIAL USE
ers. In the third the Bombers
won the game Santana doubled t Totals24 15 4 "8 "2! Three Inches Tall An excellent lunchbox. menu
consists of of tomato i We Are Prepared To Furnish You With
to left Vidal singled to right and Runs batted in: M. Sanchez And Scales cream soup

Santana goes to third. Viday Jack Villareal 2. Roberts Ace I Tips sent in a vacuum bottle, hard- Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE

stole second Roberts flied out tokft vedo; two-baes hits: Domenech, At 187 Pounds cocked egg and crumbled bacon
and Santana scored, Jim Al- sandwiches, stuffed
Santana; three-base hit: Sanchez: celery
!
bury gets an infield hit and AlAcevrdo earned runs: Bombers 4; struck I Steve Buchweitz SO SA, wgt. j I wedges a fresh pear and crisp Thompson Enterprises Inc.

bunts safely and bases out: by Sanchez 4, by Salinero 5: I j! 182 Fleet Sonar School and C.I!!I 'cookies. ,

are drunk. Jack Villareal singledto bases on balls: off Sanchez 2, off I j
Bl m-
center and runners scored. He E. Mercer AB3 wgt 187 [ Until the 19th Century, nine (ICE DIVISION)
Salinero 2; left on bases: Bombers have been matched for the''
cleared the bases. Barber and! 7, Raiders 5; passed balls: main pron event in the NCCS fights(' (out of ten persons in Americas PRom NO. I KEY WEST. FLA.
Sanchez I I all their lives
were easy cuts. At bat pent working
Santana Vidav. Al Acevedo; stolen bases: Vidal next Friday night. jj and }
Acevedo and [producing marketing food.
Roberts each hit two Ca- Jack Villareal; hit by pitcher: Steve, who is 6 ft. 3 inches tall, I j: ------- _.
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safely, --- -- -
--.0. Jim Albury and Vidal Acevedo, Casado; double play: I is a strong contender. He has ; .. . . . . . . . .
Casado to Roberts; winning reach height and speed to compensate I
started for winners in the field. I I .
I *I.
Fur losers J. Villareal. Cates and [. pitcher: M. Sanchez; losing I for Mercer's" greater

Acevedo were the best for the pitcher. Salinero ;time of game: I weight and experience. Steve is j .
later I 1.40; umpires: McGee and Alee. in fine condition and is coming .

Score by innings: SECOND GAME i; along well under Trainer Bruz- :[: -

A. Bombers 014 000 05 11 2 American Legion I zy's daily coaching. i,i. .

Red Raiders 100 000 01 5 2 PlayerAB R H PO A E I I Mercer was heavyweight : "'I. ....
| of the Atlantic Air ; .
Batt M. Sanchez and Roberts Anguiera, cf .._ 3 2 2 4 0 0 I champion ; cop.. "I. '#
Force 1947 the 7th Naval Dis-I I I .... "
Sahnero in ; ... 'l'. .
; and A. Acevedo. Pazo, 2b 'mm'_ 3 1 2 2 2 0 I .I.",
.. In the night cap the pitching of Solomon, 3b 5 0 0 2 3 0 } trict in 1948, and runner-up in i: '",,.,. "? 0.6.. .
the 7th, 8th and 9th Naval Districts' j i-
Burry Villareal featured and he D. Lastres 6S .. 3 0 0 0 6 1 i
heM the hard hitting Clowns to I I Torres, rf --., 4 1 1 0 0 0; Fights in 1948. There are I : A Ys :
all indications that- this will be I f! HT ,
no ruts no runs and not one I I Henriquez, c 4 1 1 6 2 0 :JA
bout I I ,
: reached first for the first four Rodriguez If 4 1 2 1 1 0 a bang-up 1
I The American Legion is
spon-
f rlHflt'S. A. Lastres, Ib h 4 1 2 12 0 0 : DEtf1 -
soring Elio Alfonso, Jr., 120 lbs.
In the fifth Brown singled and B. Villareal..p 4 1 0 0 1 1 t 6
Alee who will be opposed by A. V. J -
tripled for their first runt
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Austria DKSN, 115 Ibs., NAS.
in the sixth Dean was safe on an Totals34 8 10 27 15 2
Another American Legion I|
error and Thomas walked then !
Key West Clowns sponsored boxer is Frank Periera I
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Uutler bunted to fill the bases. PlayerAB R H PO A E' a
t wgt. 130. who will be matched r
and A Mclntoch flies out to center I Thomas, S5 _m 2 0 0 '3 3 1I against John J. Kinghorn SA, 1 !\ r
Dean
scored after the catch. W. Butler, rf 4 0 1 1 0 0 wgt. 132, Fautulant I _.
In I I -
the tr
eighth Dean singled Thomas A. McIntOt'h 3b.4 0 1 2, 3 1 Other events will include Geo. J II fI
l
Mclntoch walked. Butler fanned but A. C. Brown, Ib 3 1 1 9 3 1 Dmius SN, wgt. 162 Fleet Sonar : \\l ( :
singled to score Dean. 4 0 1 2 2 0 '
I C. Alee, If-p i School vs. Jimmie Traicoff F1, -
The
rcend Legion frame won when the game in the O. Mclntoch e 4 0 0 7 1 1 wgt 170; Stanley Simon, FN, ': It. M a :
batters
faced the ten P. Allen, cf of 0 0 1 0 0 : wgt 161, YSD 54, Seaplane Base if
pitchers, DLastres flied
Curry, 2b 2 0 0 I 1 0 I f'vs. Roger E. Williams, SA wgt J rO
out Torres A. Lastres, Hennquez Rodriguezand Robert 2b 2 0 1 0 0 O !I 157, Seaplane Base; G. E. Rich, = ( .

lareal is fanned but singled ball then got away Vil- A. Dean, p-lf r 4 = .2 .2 .2 0 j 1 AA, wgt. 145, Fatulant vs. L. P.1( -
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Master AA
from catcher and reached first wgt. 145, NAS; C. E.
safely This Totals33 3 6 27 14 4 i, Garlmgton, SN, wgt 155 Fleet f !"
sent Red Dean to :
Runs batted in: Villareal Rodriguez Sonar School vs. M. L. Hams .'
showers and Alee came I- s
Anguiera walked. Pazo in pitch. Anguiera, D. Lastres, ; SA wgt. 148 Fleet Sonar. .
singled :
2 sacrifice Tfa-HesU-.EC .
and Solomon and D. Lastres fanned Alee, A. Mclntoch ; ( tegra '!
total 7 five hits: Pazo, Solomon, Anguiera I 1. .
runs hits and two '
a emirs. In the fights. Anguiers three-base hit: Alee: earned:t Sports Calendar .

singled: and stole second. An error runs: Legion 5, Clowns 1: struck ; a
Villareal 6, by Dean 1, by i i
t and a sacrifice hit Pushim0W't' out: by SKATING
the Alce 7; bases on balls: off Villa- :
plate In the fatal sec- Bayview Park. Night .
ond A. "Crip" Lastres stole home real 2, off Dean 1. off Alee 1: left f t FRIDAY- .

and that was the feature play of on bases: Clowns 6, Legion" 3;)f I 7:30 to 9:00 pm. : A ChI CAS RANGE
the game Alee fanned seven passed balls: Mclntoch 2; stolen I) :

t players in Ui e seven and two base;: A. Lastres, Anguiera: wild! TENNISBayview I
third he pitched At bat Angui- pitch: Dean: hit* by pitcher: : : CHRISTMAS PRESENT
I Park After OI\s IS THE PERFECT :
A. McIntosh
*ra, Pazo Rodriguez and :Crap 3r wn: double palys: '' :
Latm each hit two safely In to Brown to A. Mclntoch: I and Nights .

'" the !told. Anguiera. Pazo, Solo pitchers' summary: 4 hits and 5 Daily play. .
mon. Hennquez and Crip Lastres runs off Dean in 1 1/3 innings; i .
Yes.
every woman wants a Magic
played great ball for the winners winning pitcher: Villareal; los- SHUFFLEBOARD .
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best fur lowers. : 2.00; umpires: McGee and Daily play.SENIOR. -
game I we for many Christmases to come. s ---- _
Score by innings: Clark. 0 'i
R. }I. E. BASEBALL It has so many features that make
1 A. t.e***n ono 000 100--8 10 2 Municipal Stadium. Afternoon'' .
Stand cooking a joy-that make food taste ;
K W Clws 090 011 010,3 6 4 How They SUNDAY. DEC. 12- I. .

B-tt-B. VilUreal and Henri- First Game-American Legionvs. det\cious. And it is so beautiful to .

He*. A. Dean Alee and 0 Mcln- Red Raiders
tucll LOCAL BASEBALL I. x behold-the smooth-flowing, modern .
Second Game-Atomic Bombers .
Key West Senior Baseball League vs. Key West Clowns. lines add beauty to the kitchen and .

Girl Basketball (Municipal Stadium) SUNDAY. DEC. 19- I- make cleaning so easy. .
Club- W. L. Pet First Game-Atomic Bombersvs. .

Key West Clowns .. 5 1 .833 American Legion. ,
Team Will (Be Red Raiders 4 2 .667 Second Geme Key West' .

Atomic Bombers 2 4 .333 Clowns vs. Red Raiders. .

1 Formed American Legion 1 5 .167 SUNDAY DEC. 26- I. .

TonightThr (Not Including Sunday's Games) First Game-Kev West Clowns r .
vs. American Legion.

NCCS Girls' Basketball Second Game-Red Raiders vs. .
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Team will organize tonight at i Sports Atomic Bombers. .

tlrc Key We.t High School Gym- I t SUNDAY. JAN. 2 .

trrairrn at 7 00 p m The ands Holder of Arizona's football First Game--Key West Clowns

dtra 1N'1udeformer C. M I.. I scoring record is Harold McCle- I I vs. Atomic Bombers. : COME IN TODAYKEY :
K. W 124 Second Game-Red Raiders vs.
Hit. Buchanan (N. Y.) lan, who in 1921 carded .
High aid Navy Waves players. points. Fifty-two were by conversions American Legion. .

TW' NCCS Team will hold its and 18 by field goals.In SUNDAY, JAN. 9- !1
fmt prartM game tonight with I First Game-Red Raiders vs.

tAe Key We.t High Girls Basketball three.Southwest Conference Key West Clowns. : !
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ha..h.* at| practice can be se- ball team overcame half-time gion vs. Atomic Bombers.BASKETBALL r

card a Gtrk' League will be; deficits to win-against Rice,
-........ At present the time I Baylor and TCU. ; WEST GAS CO.

4 N.r H. S. Gym sterns to be High School Gymnasium

prv+lr roil filled up. The World Champion Cleveland (Night)

Tfce NCCS pU>ers include I Indians set nine attendance TUESDAY J

B.v riy Arthur. Martha Bouza.nnHli records last season, includingnew 7:00 P.M.--Junior Varsity "'S. : 419 Fleming Street0 Telephone 61 :
Etetia 1.. Susie Demerritt I home and road totals. Elks Club.
Ma Hxkli. CofKAtta Herrerra I 8.00 PM.-Bob's SportShop ai
l. M.*..... tine blow Jojcemrv : Make gingerbread waffles and vs. Pollock's Jewels. I. .

feud .-. ROM. Nancy HO&Sg serve for dessert with applesauceand 9:00 P.M.-Beachcomber Jewelers -
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NEWS \\Schnlz Held At Officers Club Friday Club Rummage Sale Very SuccessfulMrs. Coming Events IleJtl Friday CI

.r HMA LESLIE cuurrQti 1 i I An informal dinner party honoring included Mr. and Mrs. Dougald. Stell Ciecinski, chairman Mr. Ciesinski states that the MONDAY DECEMBER 6th- I In Legion Ilea <..,
Iltun Tb. *. OiBce-51lba : Miss Gladyce R. Schultz Stewart McCormick Sr, "Sand-, of'Jhe: Health and Safety Committee success of the sale was largely Business Melting Board of ,
; bride-elect of Ensign Dougald S. of the Business and Pro due the Director, Ky Wilt .
Rald.nt.b24XJ I hills" Manchester, N. C.; Miss" to splendid cooperationshe Players A prwneA4* *H .Y ...
I I' McCormick U. S. N. was given fessional W men's Club; has announced had from her committee, Barn Theatre, 1:00: p. ro. !night i Ia tit lrtsieu floe
.--. OIpIN1018811 by Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Kar- Rachel McCormick University of that the Rummage Sale which consists of the Mesdames Regular Business Meeting. Jay Thu Hi*. t1a1/ ...
..! i sten on Friday evening, Decem- North Carolina Woman's College, sponsored by her committee on Lucille Hardaway, Lila Lumly, she**, 7:30 p, m. Junior I held wa there* alter- .
Ilotlr//:ff< 2 ,f Abelardo I i her 3rd at the Officers Club at Raleigh N. C.; Mr. and Mrs.I Saturday of last week was emi- May Walston, Alice Robinson, Chamber of Commerce Club.. had beenAsk/*M.it.i
I Fort Taylor. James Fulton Starling Lumberton nently successful. Grace Crosby end Doris Carey. house. I Yacht et.f.
1)igx I'rlll'/f'f'; I" (Quiet Or! 'mofi r Out of town guests at the dinner N. C, John D. McDaniels of Proceeds from this sale will be All of these ladies, adds Mrs. Cancer film showing, County I W &kts Clubs rt..oru.I J
besides Mr. and Mrs. Kar- Miami and Miss Vivienne L. Re- used for charitable purposes by Ci.. sinski. gave generously of Health Department Fleming I Verageurs woes lit
1"'l"lflr"If'fll.o.llll JLII....' FridaI ,- I sten who are from Madison. Wis.. ,ber. the Club, including a special their time and labor in promoting and Emma streets ':00 p. m. :only. for the ....... test .. ..
Christmas for the this sale whkh Address by Dr. J. Lancelot .
program inmates was so sue. !
.. pasta. .. tprwanud but disc M ...
tmtmt M, N Mr. Amelia Castilla, sister oft of the County Home. cessful. L e.t e r. Hostesses. Navy
M -. .... I i Wives Club No. M. conch ebs/dn/ pno.a/ ..
AA. .Mnls grs.s.dN groom ailed as Motion of Important Meeting Of Key .West I Chef BtU ttiarlVoystwr
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Manor HaMas.rsl tats
.... .. t .14 .. Jr. brother and of Orlando the bride Rodriguez best,I' Players( To Be Held Tonight TheatreIt Eleven Key Westers Among PassengersTo I ers Division Street School .prftnUttv M .,.
was P.-T. A. 7:30: pjn, at School.
.. r Ars. III P':t @r4 mat ; [Clew $oura.ss.al, ......
ti/K coos .... tls./ieta Hs.. sloth the bride and I has been announced that Crowd" since the meeting is Havana Via Plane Over Weekend Regular meeting Executive canons diet .vsts sy ..
feast. Asher ....rs1t Kjr WrmUrrs groan are I important meeting of the I II take place instead. I Board, Poinciana School wean M M b.. ti... ..
.. I -- ...... ...-4 They and both well-known toaUy .' West Players will be held 1 1I I Key Westers leaving for Havana Hopper, Joe Norris Anna Norris T. A. 8 p. m. Home of P.I night, Dee- MiJunior
attend M the'I Regarding this new play, it ... Maggie Baughman l
#. atltlol fllrl .. over the weekend via Aero- Carl Jank, Harvey Thomas, Gertrude
lia ysw Key W t j at 8:OQ p. mat the Barn
*+ High School. J JIfMAedMtely
Jf M rl rlrkhay1IisiluhasW j I and inasmuch as a great been announced that the cast vias "Q" S. A. included: Joaquin I Thomas Thomas Chandler, ciana Place.
.. eMIMakLg i \ at NwrIns. followingthe I vital subjects are to be same has been selected, that I Osorio, Ramon Valdez, Carlos Morag Chandler, Fred Dolphin, Cootie Crawl, 7:00: P.M. Veterans I ; Red Crt> **
Manage they left for Miami on I j' it that all members Parra Evelio Vargas Mr. and I. Doris E. Dolphin. Enrique Vails. of Foreign Wan Club
is urged going along
a aliset are very
honey moun trip and house. Edward F. Member
Charles Pedro Acevedo, Jas. Haury
Mrs. Ramon Ybarmea, I II Olga Nunez
trs- a 11aM Mare wheat I tend this meeting. and that the pres-I
... they return will be at I I Miller, Oscar Montejo, Adolfo' McCombs Darrill Widdell Floyd Chief Seam Squirrel rrqut.lf
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ada w/se.la ... .- err. Hume to their There will be no rehearsal of same will be as per
friends '
alaiww I many at I Boza, David Boza and Charles I Daisey, Jose Fuentes, John By- all members be present Visit School
sM haf a s.rs Sea Parker street after Decem tonight of the new play, I I II I
., sAtM. ........ ber 7th. I I Long. I rnes, Barbara Byrenes, Henry TUESDAY. DECEMBER 7th-
I --- I II I Other passengers included: | Schmidt Beatrice Schmidt, Regular meeting Key West Miss Jemi Itiawy. Jtlaiar",
I George Lohr Helena and Lester Wayne Olson, Raymond Beckley, Woman's Club, 3:30 p. m. at Red Crass IVU R "
Christmas To Highlight 'Watson, Robert, Ella Oscar Sadie I Ella Gunther, Robert Harrison, Woman's Clubhouse on Du- accompanied .by In* 1:
Ii'rrnllwrUetif,1;: Of Key West I I and Mamie Wigens, Mildred I'' James Rouprich, Charles Doyle, val street I Chapter JWAMT. Bait c..t
Jr.-Sr.lliglt P.-T. Meet Wednesday I Blackstone, Will C. and Gertrude I Elizabeth Doyle, Frank Jones, Motion Picture "Christ the man. Mrs. EH. DWrth
If"I:1,1.. To Take PlaceAfternoon I Lloyd Allen Howard William' Ada Jones Jose Mendez Florin- King," Parish Center 1021 chairman Mia Mrtj
I The regular monthly of the February gradu- Palmer, Robert Christenson Har- I da Pena, Jose Cepero, Rosa Ma- Duval street 8 p. m. Sponsored F and the rh* 4e *"' ....
1'11".r :MM: () At Clubhouse jof the Key West Junior class and the Art Depart- ol .High School Parent-Teacher I I of the schooL I tora Cespedes Joe Ramos, Cari-1 J Gerald Turer, Frank Rhode, Jean Sea Church. No admission made visits, t* .Wes HJMSSS fit 16.
1Ma 1swnNtly m..lrtg dub members and in the dad Gomez, Mariano Justo Jr., { Rhode, Cecilia Dominguez, Heri- charge. Public invited. I I city last wc*%.
guests 1 sociation: will be held on For music there will be the
M ta t1q West WssssWs n.tt( Salvador Ramon, Rufino Montejo berto Rodriguez, Lidia Alvarez, Special Meeting, Junior Wo Interesting i stem tslL.
b. tea t.-'tr.... Ti.4.y. wnging of Christmas carols. day December 8th, at 8 p. of Christmas Carols, and 'Mary K. Laugel, Jean Lor- I Anibal Echezarrareta, John man's Club, 8 p. m. at Wo given to various ......* II
.. .. ('atlMr L_ 'w o..e .'....... I It .to probable that the; club I the High ,School Aud orium.I I I will be the dedication I enz;' Hallie L. Shaw, Marie A. Brandreth. man's Clubhouse on Duvall Oren: and tti>*.. "" '.1"

.. S ...... pyrM1 Asa beet will. have a dutinguuhed guest The program committee of the new High -- ------- H_'___ ._ -- ---- --- ------ street All members urged to ,I Junior Red Cress L......
....... br .. ..... I t .present at tomorrow's meeting I prepared a Christmas im'a I: Patio by the Student I be present.WEDNESDAY. schools by Wise R auwy. .......
... Qd ......>...&. bat "-- in the person of Mrs. A. P. Ar- 1 for at the of the Junior and Sen- l'I Miss Altrnan DECEMBER 8-I I new activities w.H U .b.$.. aAt
gat__ err ....... Cfc- t thwr. who u the district director presentation Meeting Jr.-Sr. High School 1 our school du .to Hiss KMM**'.
and Rev. High Schools.Refreshments
James MacConnell
tbtrl1w tltM .... wtM I *f Dwtrtct 11. Florida Fedtyation I: St. Paul's Episcopal Church will be served in z_ Visiting P.-T. A, 8:00: P.M. High t j I visit stated Mrs. P1.ss,
.. sfr..4 a Ills Caster ylbttass .f Women Clubs. j I I School Auditorium. Christmas -
'I the Christmas 'I Patio after the dedication
....... .toy Ik J LaAreisvelw j Many matters of importance give There will also be message.series members cordially invi I ................ Here Program,. with Rev. When heating .alloy lash
III ..... ,r ..... .......... i I to the club will be taken up attomorrow's ,I living pictures of famous a to attend the are evening's pro- I,I Three girls were born at the I Family James MacConnell: giving slices in any e4 ttegravy ressad
.... 1iii.e.Mar1 .1 ssss meeting, and follow-I' ious paintings presented I i Miss Etta Altman, of New (Message. Members and pep up UM ft**? fcfing std-
% Monroe County Hospital over the a little AfM4jr IAa..t __ a
liasew tuu4, .tA.M/ meeting the usual social' i York City, is visiting in Key friends invited to attend.
11awa8 erases Mr a4 Mrs."white i I huttr will take place. The meetI weekend. I dash of WafcheiUrfMt aw o
: Little Ann Marie Spencer,I West for several weeks and is Regular meeting. Hospital and a few grains .| .
..N isMlk will. .I.the i ftC begins promptly at 3:30: P.M.Personal Ulr-K' ; Auxiliary, 2 m. Monroe wgy.fart'
; To Become Bride I p.
j lly ( daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John the guest of her brother and sis-
I William Spencer, 910 Elizabeth I j I ter-m-law, Mrs Hy Altman, at County Hospital. 2 p. nv, W...... tJ.wttr
I Of Bert Eugene On Wednesday Street, was born at 5:33: a. m. on their home at 1528 Flagler Ave Bingo Party, sponsored by tali
)ITYfl l l1NIIs.M.a Mention i Navy Wives Club No. 88. Regular
Apply o .
/ I I|, December 4th, and weighed 6 nue. Mr. Altman is manager of South Beach Restaurant Patio sae.flag. Kf 11.M
In a quiet wedding families and close rela- 1 Ibs. 13 oz. at birth. Maxwell Furniture Companyhere. Garden Club, 8 p. m, Waaa-
Mrs. J C FarrelL wife of the I' 8 Public invited.
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.. lies a aneetaae on Wednesday evening, I The Rev. Robert Weaver,J.I Mr. and Mrs. Allen Neil Rob- p. m. an's ClubtwuM *. 8uai
-W.wtialr- M t WItjsJ ewwiantkng officer of Key West ber 8th at seven o'clock. of Ley Memorial Metho erts of 1005 Fleming street, an- This is Miss Altman's first tripto Weekly meeting Navy Wives Street
er Jislla 11.rws.ad I Naval Station returned today i i Mary Kenady Baker, daughter Church will officate. j t I flounce that their daughter was the Island City, and she ex- Club No. 88, 2 p. m. FRIDAY DECEMMR 11-. .
k. sVwM C ........... from a visit with their son who is : Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. A reception from eight to ten :born: at 1:25 p. m. on December presses herself as being very Meeting Study Group Nccs.l Dane and Ftihtoa. ......
V a Blurts aid 11'1 I a plebe at the U K. Naval. Acade- will become the bride of will follow the ceremony, I 4th and weighed 5 lbs, 14 oz. favorably impressed with the ciana P.-T. A. cored I by Navy Wlwa ....
.. Glsstdi.r >I8, uf t lift> ) mv Annapolis, Md. Mrs. Farr Eugene Roberts, son of Mr. the home of the groom's par- I The other daughter was bornto tropical beauty of the town andis Room Mothers Meeting 1:00: : No 88. L* Nebl
Ma.lis.11q 'il attended the annual Army Mrs. Frank oberts. at 806 Southard street Rela Mr. and Mrs. Lockhart Joyner, enjoying her visit to the ut- PJH. Poinciana School Audi Concert, Key West .Nigh. .....
I P Navy game The ceremony will take and friends of both the Jr- of 1214 Petronia Street at most. torium. Band and C.eimudty .....
a.w '.fi f.1 f r: ti aJllMle at the home of the bride's I and groom and their jun. 11:25 p. m. on December 5th, and I I I THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9th- 1.00 PoW. High ..e.t Aril.turium -
-a" .j 44 ;"t'&:') t; -, I I Submibe to The Citizen ents in the presence of the are invited to calL weighed 6 lbs. 14 oz. Subscribe To The Citizen. Sewing group Hospital Auxtl- .

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Hastings Thinks i US11CUn: IS IIOSI'ITAL 1'ATIENT Town To Get TODAY IN HISTORY WILL YOU SMILE? I Indicators [Jr. J_* C. ........ .. t

(Know America) Johns Ik4M ..........1 '-".

.! MAITbIu BAXCXw Pure Water 1790 Capital of country Let It Go And "Why have you no speed'i[Spencer. Nfcr, M p r*. .. '

moves from New York to Phila- ometer on car: ?" ,. t t
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.... ..Mi4> Mw iKiyt mto -In 1950 delphia. Enjoy A Duct "I don't need one. At thirty tI

gl..nsr.A... .rees .... ..oawa" .. 1830-U. S. Naval Observatory, clatter f I
w 'yF 1 Willie was destined to be a!miles an hour the lamps : ; The little White How
Washington, D. C. established.
A.awirg *.. V ft. Drpad AIGLE Switzerland (P)-The 1889-Died great violinist at least so'!fat forty the 'wings rattle; atj ResUuf iUOI ,
... 4 UM Mv -e aMitieao.. I citizens of this little market townin in New Orleans thought his mother. j I fifty the whole car shakes; and
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aged 80, Jefferson Davis, Confed- iTBCCTWIIXOPKN
,.. e>rfw IwhMaw. the Rhone Valley are finally erate leader. But one evening while Willie I if I go any quicker than that my 1
a t1Isrrri I going to have drinking water 1 teeth chatter." t t.1.
1917-More than 1,000 die in was practicing on his fiddle, she
... .. .. free of tubercular ..
lerwty people germs. Halifax \\.1........ 1kv| ft
For N. S., munition ship ex- got a bit of a shock. Her hus- ,t ;
.. .. h firs lest ;steepen Iaeyes more than 30 years the band I TRUCKING SERVICE .. Fund- I
..... / ':rln r e! .Mnei4 ''s tI town of Aisle has protested plosion. den stamped in from the gar- .. General Hall11 g' AU Foods Prtprt4 ky Cfce a1 1
.. ....... r .....- In against infected water released 1918-Secretary of Labor appeals and glared at his son. ture Moving Cubes PaviUoa *f It* W.etftFair. f
A ......... h., fron the great tuberculosis sana- to the country's workersnot "Why don't you tell me that Every Load Fully Insured New Taft CM* i
I.t ... ........ ..... wsM ...n torium at Leysin in ..the moun to make a countrywide'strikein Willie,was going "-practice on ISLAND CITY TRANSFERPhone
....... .ir irrsr was.. "t'. tains above Aigle. A government behalf of Mooney. |j his violin tonight? he demand- 166 524 Southard St. Thank-I errs
... art eatseh ...... Iw assets analysis!, of drinking: water drawn 1935 Italian planes rain],ed. "I've spent" half an hour oiling RESIDENT PHONE 1002-R | ,
..r ...... Moll a hr bas wg.,j from springs at a lower level bombs on defenseless Ethiopia I j I' the gate! __ _
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.. tubercular germs were in I a coconut to a stan=? i
.... tses.rr present sign mutual pact for "pacific and : '
it:-. W Isalw wsa -1 I the water. good! neighborly relations" be- '"spiinkle dard: sugar c'jookrie recipe;] FLYto
with'sugar ,
a apI At regular intervals for over 30 tween them. and more

.. .s. d ..... ?art : 1L yearsthe Aigle town council 1941 President ,Roosevelt cocoanut, before' baking. I
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....... ...... r .... ....... rIll 4 has demanded that the Leyish makes peace appeal to Emperor I
.. ... ... _"'A. authorities install a water pun Hirohito-the day before Pearl FIRERESISTINGFELT HAVANAThree
r a eM ...... art. k. a '- lM fication plant at the sanatorium. Harbor.
Fi.ta. r M a s.eM r r'. The work was never Undertaken 1942U. S. Flying Fortressesand HAT RUGS
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.t.t. ere Mawr. gw w prohibitive cos>t. Liberators bomb enemy in
.. .. .. .tfa4- otre mc (A1) Wircphoto The Leysin authorities have France. TO HAVANA TO KEY VAT
.... eetttMM a tuft FeW I I finally agreed to begin the erec- I 1944-American forces make a I Lv. Key West Ar. Havana Lv. Haven Ar Kr West
,.. Me a ... Mna. .... I JUMBO. a big ostrich with a traveling bird circus. gets expert tion of a purification plant by I general] advance into Germany. 10IS A-M. 11:00 AJ4. 9:00 A.M. fcM AJC j
.rj I- _--.w /eM J vieragTii medical attention at Alabama Medical College's Jefferson Hospital 1945-U. S. and Britain sign 1:45 P.M. 2:30 P.M. IfcM P.M. IIl P.H. .
.w .. ....... paei e in Birmingham. The sick bird was taken there to find 'I 1950.TODAY'S; ,agreement whereby British Ret 4:00 P.M. 4:45 P.M.AEROVIAS. 3:00: P.M. *H P.M.
e- asst a-.a.ew ...tarsM1 BIRTHDAYSKnow 55-year 2% loan of some $4 bil
t out what ails him. A pretty technician supports his lion and
weary ( ) write-off some $25 billion "Q" S. A.
4 **ullltp a.r stl ........ head. Th. X-ray showed Jumbo is suffering with an infected America lend-leas
Tn.. .. catai.1.1r I t..ir 'IT vertebra. Leon 64 Kroll., artist, born .!in New 1946-150,000 in other indus- ROGEUO GOMEZ. Ageat t
..... tit pr.R m br a..eete'M York years ago. tries laid of" because of coal
.. --. The Most Rev. Thomas J. strike.
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IIKCOKI: : PKICE: : FUn GRAND CHAMPION ;: of Newark. N.: J.. born in !
.... ...M. risepl.w ettpswe. w the d b.r the !!I Butler( County. Pa. 75 years ago. .......",...OROE&;......,.. I THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\ \ .t POPULAR PJtrCEB t i
I .. ...... d .. ...... Hf! i}' Roger D. Lapham; chief( of the I A
........ Mse w ..... ECA missi9n to China former flopu4'rBr aft1CIGARETTES110r i I Washable Located in the Heart. ol the City

Nat ......... ....... a rut l New mayor York of San 65 Francisco, born in 0 Easily! Cleaned RATES I>Af MC WR1TC .r WfftC
fcufiili. ate MM fc.* able I{i years ago. .; I REASONABLE IlUUllIO 1 tot RCSCltYATiOfff!
Lawrence K.
T Frank directorof Lnitg WearingEconomical I
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*. Cincinnati. 58 years ago: tl.1..9 cartel : I e Rprpniblp i Ford Pershing Miller
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r.... MMM( MMI e'.4t.. .11 Lou Little of Columbia, foot. : Our Most Popular Sizes. Packed
Wf"lie lI1H.-'B ('hI HV af.-'*a : ,1.Ie Per c_,.esq.i M.-.
ball coach born Leominster, No!01"C...... in Attractive Asorted Colors18"x35" Hotel Holel. Hotrl.
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Herman Shumlin producerdirector Afarl'Gi! IYlfMeytwertl1-: 18"x70" 34"x70"I 80 Rooms 100 Room .
1ri.s.4 -,... born I 80 R..ms
Atwood, Colo. 50 ; POST.AU SAUS COMPANY 82.98 to 819.50 Elevator Elevator

.... ......*... *r ..*. ... C1:_.I years ago.Robert .W. Woodruff, chairmanof t)0f St.rr.N.W..,_.Wnh.(.-::;''1.>.1.D.C I.- I TROPICAL TRADER Solarium Heated 14krasK
...... Ilee. 01 iaw I asrl at. rr.1O b the executive 718 DUTB Street 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
...... committee: of /M NfOlaTEOEU.: fRY :, Phone 1000
1111.t l atknt.m. Coca-Cola born in
J ... .. t Columbus Ga.
.wM poJt out 59 years ago.Thomas ---- --- -
that ...e .. the a..e a:""7'xsaessr r- E. Braniff 'of Dallas,
.. pl.. Mp .sly T 17 I I Te$, president of Braniff Inter-
".. WI ..... eaisM be acwtaU national Airways born in
... ..... w4neh.. _{: be.d ; c Kans., 65 years ago. Salina
....... ap be.... we 1'\' a d. 1 I Iwrs.t.Miets .
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......y 6 wiomr. I I RELIEF AT LAST
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1M ...... e..tL heel MM ("htrateet.ssIl t For Your COUGH $
i M ..... way If the ,
.,....... r e.s..s. tore (.'UReM 1 Creomuluoa relieves promptly becsnM
(W) Wircphoto it goes right to the seat of the trouble
tb MsM a r teethe ie.wal not tt
to help loosen and
M .It ,hap st.., see any I HERE'S THE GRAND CHAMPION of the 1348 International phlegm and aid future expel to germ soothe tides tad
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.e Epl.g on Livestock Exposition in Chicago. a black Angus steer named < raw, leader, inflamed bronchial
bees sets west K M sMrsaw mucous membranes.Tell druggist.
___ ... w. 1M ........ They.befii.e. "Old Cold." He has just been sold at auction for a record high i to sell you a bottle of your Creomoisioa #
M t.e ale ..,aag: He' price of $10.73 per pound. Cleo Yoder (right of Muscatine. where. ..... ed ruse away. levee i Iowa holds the halter of his prize winner and shakes hands :i the way ic quickly.allysahecough:
or
I. tiglN. a.sWsa e1ay -or per you are to bar your money back.
.. ,... ash.r day -If theN i with the purchaser Glenn McCarthy (hatless). wealthy hotelman CREOMULSION I l
T- t> aN ....... heap .o' from Houston. Tex. for Coughs.Chest /
Colds.
here Me apps. .ha.sl the' h'_ _. _.____ Bronchitis_ I / G A /

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irsaY air p.. wy be4,te a : _I
........- ..a.. ,' : First Showing Jn_ Key West ::1 /

AL.--sMlp .Mwrr el..s n..t y
.w srssM ...... a.e Mi TK flW : of Sparkling 1949 Packards! ::1
I ...... sMw oar I lewaer by the'' .
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asa..shng w "B.e Off e' i
ae'..a. aae .C44. ,

rw a wsrprryr ..... serve a I : THE PACKARD MIAMI COMPANY ::1 i 20% DISCOUNT Ufli

........ ..dMM issrie, truss erab-
.net. ....... and td.e4ee with : Is Happy to Announce That f
........ ......, aM terve inpH : : : DURING OUR S
sated ........

.-.. .. --.-- : Due to the mounting interest shown by Key : '
IMetssd .11a (ra pud Key West Introductory Offer
dig .rtto Wee,me M"rteons and West residents and '
e M14. uf the ...w..J and navy personnel, as evidenced .

--- : in our daily mail, we have arranged to dem- : On Displayfor

onstrate a 1949 Packard in Key West for-several .1 ,
RAIN/ i One Week
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I I : days beginning Monday noon. :[1 $ :


Will ..( b*.l In .* ,.'" rugs i fl Corner Duval aar a.
.d fveerkhl.ge when ivdd.n.hews Our representative, LEWIS M. TANSKY, : -- ---

c.Uli y*.. with ,.", I : will be at the La Concha Hotel. Phone him for I and Eaton t Sts. .
.w.- ...*.i while y... e.reM .
e..v M pest ... I* ,r.- + a demonstration and get behind the wheel on : :
1Mta4.... I :1 SUNRAY

II I : their powerful, smooth-riding Packard, selected I I "
AWNING
CIl a o tUW by the ultra discriminating New York fash : *
fl I SHUTTERS
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.... : ion .
w"---. .. academy as "The Fashion Car of they. ear. ,,1,1a'l .>
t.. The Combined AWNING .

..-..-....-.. \ : And the prices, you'll discover, compare : I and.JALOUSIE e e ,,, : rF* ......

,.5ea most favorably with those of smaller, nonluxury .; 1 e Wide Lour res (i + t/

eie..r.... automobiles.Availability t .1 I e Easy Inside r <....

at=: .i i.iI I Operation> ,'' h x ..

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e..M. w1rrowt I r What the situation will be a week from '
c.r- I r Product of Its Rind!

... now, or later as the season begins, we cannot -..i:

KUtN POIMI'toOlS &Q : predict but at PRESENT we have a few 1949 SEE OUR DISPLAY r *

S......,. :....:*<( if !...... ..f.> Packards available immediate delivery in :I .
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pavep.. ..... ........... Mee M Shutter
Sunray Awning Products
-....-...... Psyimont Plea : +

CALL--MIONE 1042
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VENETIAN....... .BLIND as..r.CO. IIrSct Aside Monday or Tuesday ::; Conwr Duviil and Katon :30W;/ 1'.1'8111' / A t r11ut'. jj


1 DUVAL- seed.In STRUT. : JJlrfor a Superb Auto Ride : 4 Streets Miumi i ; t f

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