The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00273
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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 11, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00273
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'til [ xlx.0.. 295 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1948 .I.>l.-.wi"'tiiiIi I

New Witness Testifies j

i Burglars Break Into
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In: Hiss-Chambers Case;

Willing! To Cooperate .1. !I I YMCA And Allen's Iu

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I Know About";Whal Committee It Is All j I I I SPY PROBE WITNESS: I I Duval St. Last Night

Adjourns Till Monday -- -1'/,,,., IS: 1Nrt1I 1"HUff :'
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Dec. 11.-The American Sheriff nl MSt'Hr I
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House un-American Activities .
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Committee today adjourned its Loses
hearings in the Hiss-Chambers .. f 'ice aq/r .. S's

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case till Monday, but the federal iu\hv: T/11 Ik,111'1"t
r (/Pi Wire photo Life In Berlin I. I,..--. e... ... It-

!; grand jury in New York is'hearing .As MM .. fIII err
WATMAH nUCDMAN-YELLIN: (center). leader of the Stern Gang, and Matityahu Schmuelewitxi -f
I i Ok .4 M* cktof IMuteQ&Al.. sit in the pris oners' dock at their trial before a Jewish military f witnesses this afternoon. I Male. 2..1a 1 KillctlSiirr Mb+** *-*.w .......
1'--... -Mi ... + errtftll6 .
I C*.n la Act. Israeli. *a charges of engaging in larrorsm. They are guarded by an Israeli sole One of them, a new witness I -t
dart rttfct'':'* T..... rgaaUatioa has been outlawed by the Israeli government "OperationS'ifks" ..
I whose has not been revealed .
___ _____n_ __ ______ __ __ __ ____ __ name ll gar, 1 11 OfTLrin :_ ...
I worked in the Bureau of .- .. ....... ..
Standards from 1930 to 1938 and Anirrimn ITW I IZIMr- Orr
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Not Going To Finance I from 1941 to 1944. lie is quoted as .. A..rs1.. L..1r -. .. =- + ItltlMarat41.u

having said "I'll be glad to cooperate BERLIN Dee U"-On* ...I ._ sal Parrs. .. ....
but I don't know what it
is all about. 'i American flyer WM kttivd lady I b Ades ...*.. 4'lt .
I His in ".pcral oft vittVr" Th victorwas ...a--rlrs tae. -11 _lew ...
had been
name given to the
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un-American committee by t the engine' on m Ky | ,
Of Nationalists (4)( Wirephoto ess sae gr..w-- "
Fight Chambers who said that the new transport plane. M pew ........ '- ....
i man also obtained documents WILLIAM WARD PIGMAN j.I Lieutenant. JtMrph Marra, W1, 1h., +Ir ... htl. .. ..

from the Department of State. (above), 38-year-old chemisthas Lexington N C. p M '"< ttaieplane ei..i. bt.. ...
presumably to give to spies. > said he had bn. III tWA s. >..

Chinese Reds The present grand jury in New been subpoenaed as a witness to determine the t"MIM UAaW.1> ....... ... .....-. -...
Against York by next Wednesday will' in the spy investigation at plane's crash. The enww .......... b -..,. .....near
have served the length of time Washington says the n > the only one killed but MOTM. Lae ..... ... *"a
specified in a law, governing: the crewmen and a W....... w.. --.... 4 irr1N .. tiOrr
.. their action but the United.'' per. Post-Crescent of Appleton. injured, though the ..rt.. see. .... r si ... M --
77iiui .Sfrffrx Paul States attorney in that city sta Wis. He is attached to staff of reported to be sfcfM. .. M'. -- tyar

I..L. '\' N PAYS FINE: LEAVES COURT be ted called that a into new session grand jury will The death today snakes doe I \ tilt ... .. ...... ..
J/fif fulfill Head of on Thurs. Chemise .
24th since "operatMNi vttW began J. .-slats. ....ra I.

I the U. S. Bureau of Standards : IT American .n4 won. L. e.. ........ fill tN tr r ..
IIIuraI.ul1'I/lll' Britons. .. ..
; from 1930 to 1331 and fromI I.I __ _ .I .a' w.......... ... "0 I......

t N_ I Hint .\1.| ....| ExlrutI : day.DEATHS i I I 1341 to 1944. LesterInraire 1 ANT MAUJUWet ..... ier. .l e. ... ..... __. .. fa _

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If Ilrlpl| HrMM-UOf, I Russians Drop t' N L.... ... ..... .4 eriM 1> 4...... -.... 4)...,.eR...l. \

I .1.htl. In Oiina To Fight For I ....... .. w..ry b .iw eu1I Iss .

Behind In I ..... y..he sIe....., ...d .... ,
T.....' t II""lhafC Death Today OfMrs. : 's I Overseas Toll : I.e.tw.l. w P-.4sire acs aiia.
I bask

1 .. _waws- 1i !_Production. >, i iI i It ..-si.yel.......1. neq J .
Annie WiJso.t.Mrs. 'y r $.eeeei.taa.ki. .
f Ta -: r )t '.... M ... :
+.- *.*.. War of the exiwttwf I II. ..,. Tae t_t I.., r...... I I has been engaged by the I t wfciiif ..tt we.tfitf 9evW% ass. -

Les, Mi the United; Annie E. BERLIN Dee II.-Russians in Improvement AsMJCtaUnn t. ear; MM... -- er _" -
alr r... .11 IM OMM but obr this Wilson S3, died their zone in this city. in endeavors I I what can be done ftbuut trM- ... .. I-.. .. -to
....... .. I--, I. .t' .ith the psi.Ise i ii k her residence morning at at 4:50 702: o'clock Elizabeth in to gain support of Germans. ferring the tolls takes MI Om I j 1J"r Iittlrrsi .. eas... .Itllt w.-. -"
f c t u. |Mtivr t bf State have been issuing propaganda seas Highway .. the ttt? ..... .. .., rep Mier ,- .
.. ..... I'. I .... aMy felt) eonovern. Street Funeral services the last three days that the Ger- county the CIA announced kw :|i 11'1"1'\ w r "*' ... .,.-_....
will be held
-Me Y..r 0W .. egal mans in the western zone are eight i I ....l. at ..
.. beck Sunday at 4 p.m. in the chapelof The city and county errs b .llu"'f',1I I .
stars .e ( Ute suffering because of shortages of .As ik t\:; a
i the Lopez Funeral Home. Rev.
A.Ir wah.a r CIIMY with funds 9u all types of supplies. virtually tait-free' .if the WN ... M
James MacConnell of St. Paul's .... aes ".- + fir (tI i j.
err siAlss rM wwuU beoeedMMMUnuU. German economistwho come to them City Cumn i I eLiss i I .
Church, will officiate. Burial a noel .dsIsn .II'' r _., __ .
s .M .111rk. Nfie had escaped from the Russian Carbunell and Dan N... r ... ....
a'I will be in the family lot in City .i MM Mt Alta. ....ere 1 ... .
1AM "w'' ... he.nw out by zone, said the Russians arc' ro. of Nawaro Inc.. taM the CIA' lseee4/ Ilia Agra ......
.rkail p..m McNstrek Ked of the Cemetery. falling far behind the required last night 1'f I prir I I 1- ... .. ntltisug. r11raM .. ..
Survivors kra Ileac
: Daughter. Mrs. Lil- ..
M.MLw. erM in Bangkok production to keep their area on I wltiri. .
.... --r .-...... abut the lian Cowart: sons Douglas S. keel 1 W.r.bveM b' Itl' ... arse ..... .... .r' ...let
an even ..
.. ... I Wilson Miami and Edward Wilson I Ms M. e .M see liar
n... .. ... to .ated that He stated there are shortageso Temperatures .. .. +- r ew ttstwei
dap iwM eab a.r esdr
.. w err ....I to hnance the Pensacola; four grandchildren technical mate I --- --- .. a.
experts raw I....
I .and five greatgrandchildren. At 7:30 A.M.. EST Nsr.rrl r .
..:.. Mrsrsl tY. cwiaesaunista in rials and transportation facilities. I,: I.... cell ttree rIr MtlrrI --.LL 1 rtttelee
(.I.. l4. a Ii.A. that he wasw d I saki er-.. "
..... .at *. Oin:: U make a I Station TMW I avers r .reelle tewtrr. .... j a/1e .s -
..... l.... .avweirln of eta I Poinciann P.-T. A. Atlanta ? :It .. -- tsa.irr k.G ..... ... a -- '
......' ... mtMory .......'k_ in 6I Blrs. L G. Wagner I Augusta M rwleall
.as ssl r) He CMtrtuded. by To Hold Meeting) ; ; I\j I I Billings ]|i I rMw ar ear r iRMiel -c. ... Us tilere.wil4 -

....-- Died This MorningMrs. j j I Birmingham tie Ll-I'. ttti.1 ...pwwMte .,kw asII. "'--:11 err ew .. .rr r

I I arII WLarrl tn .ay thatthe I Also Ximts Party* \IBtomark I Mj w4I ..... a.e ......... tie.tr.eMrwar.
llr tllrenr r"lr e..tuues IJ j Boston: HiI .. llr.. ,
411_I r CIMM M friends I (F)) Wirephoto J Lottie G. Waener. 84 died A meeting of the Poinoian P. 'I I Buffalo _-- 9 I raw tM *. .. ...... till I II. I I ..... ....... -I 1 f
ell t.aM r wl.isr hw friend- thi. mornin: 1:15: o'clock in the T. A. will be held Monday night 'Charleston )1; lMpe.iMi Ye reMtr .. kew er -.-.. ....... II. ..oaeve -
1 MOVIE ACTOR ERROL FLYNN (right) and his attorney Morris -
H I .... Monroe County Hospital, after a December 13th, at the School. I Chicago ... )*i b s. r tai. a..r.. .
Green. leave mid Manhattan court in New York )1ft tAirt ....... .
Magistrate's MM
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C ........ ....-Y were made 1 short illness. The topic for the evening will Co,pus Christ) art i ...... er tabr 5..
I Wednesday after Flynn pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct The remains will be sent to tiller awtMrr 4 wrNfli .
1 1 .a .. .. t. and cornrariela be "Pes ce at Home. I Denver M
t iM ... ha-hknc in II and paid a $50 fine. He was arrested Tuesday in a disturbance Chicago: today by the Lopez Funeral I! Mrs. Ruth Larson of the Music Detroit |B!I'" ec- Ur.e. M.. ere er

41r. ... NMaw.rh.la stated on the. street an was charged with kicking a policeman on the I Home for funeral service j I Department of Poinciana School I El Papa HI l-r r-:.Awe... s.. ..r r.M Ira r 1 h"8..a. I....
thin.j and burial. class in the
will direct her presentation I In. Worth 4*, we
"If-.d __ ,_____. .' ---- Survivors: Daughter. Mrs. Elso I of special Christmas Galveston tr q *
u. ----- titre .. .
I Mr 1.a.
Ike. al11ii1ieal -- --'kut that Melcher Chicago. and Mrs. Ger- ; music for the occasion and the. Jacksonville 'W Are., o. has ... a r lla tArsi.l Soil. |1'.11-..

"""., had ref N... In two i Social \i'() Sailors trude Ricketts, Kev West; son, i speaker will be Chaplain C.i I Kansas City W I. ... IM ..II Mra
..ears k r ............ here by j SeeurilySupervisor R. Lee Wagner. Evanston. 111.; 1 French. KEY WEST H.i I ererteltl tre1eaa ..-.. M e. ____ .. r
MauAlaf. .darrrveri. that : four grandchildren.! Mrs. John I It has ale! .. own announced Key West Airport TL ..711 w.-a- (....... t1M relree e. M ,rr ... -< ..
". Me/..wa1Mr, S. the I..t two i ; Escape( Injury I i Allen Long Saluta. S. C.: Mrs. that the school will have a spej ...., A.w a.awr ,rmsl. minor i, I!. Carl M. Davis. Kev West: Richard j eial i Christmas program on LouisvilleMeridian Xftj rr.e.ts eth ---yar h AraIlwwe.e .. -dIM r .. -
I' Ia.., ._ the w.eniunadsNIIItIIlI.Ir'IIII i i i Wagner Jr., Evanston 111.: 'Thursday at 1:30: n. m. at the 9 i, e..ese r rr.Akr t.Me .-..... a SeI .
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Here Tuesday( could Two not sailors be learned wnose today names, had a I Miss Nancy Wagner. Evanston,I school and the Christmas party I Miami Tl i..... b...ey yt Mad eager e.... ... ...

) I narrow escape from serious in- I 111., and three great-grandchil- ; will HP held at I p.m. on Friday.| Minneapolis\ a .... ....> I .hiw twee, --
dren. {the foliojv.ng day. .1. rrM ... ..-. a
Miss LOUIS rcnningtrm i J Memphis M yrl Maw dew N.efi
I1111i/: ; 1..:I'It.\: jury or death last night when anI stag r ...... llases
New Orleans <** 1I1M I '
; the Miami office: of Social Security automobile in which they wrr..re Mirisresrtr rI
1. M.lWi ..unfurl' for. in thisdii-trict, will be at the riding went through the New York M Met Ira- *>....<. .-. ....,... tMr .- ..r < e....
Stocks ....
.' f'' NrMlMMtMHi See Island bridge and upset in th" Christmas Lighting ContestSponsored Norfolk M letlee ....I .H*.. Aswra r1
State Eiiiployment Service office ...
ea n"Ita...-n he will I Oklahoma City 49, ra.Mrrlrr" --
., M . Hospital in a Navy .
T.. ..-'tat ftrinoon from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m Jeff ann ;..; '(ported to be unhurt i by Pensacola .1 I tt_ nn lira tlh..atnsilssig I ... -..- .-

e!. B to interviewChristmas | KmgStt, Jr., said today. except foi eut-> and bruises. Pittsburgh a'' .m a'.dA4 .. ek.t1ltMlet ..
". .ta Objttt of her otficia! Suit is t-> Junior Chamber of Commerce Rodnoke M I .. .... cwbeK ..... .. wrlrtrlrllwe. II
St. Louis M .. TKKETAU
: erkss brdkr 4're.w
attend to Key Westers who wish
San Antonio fi Mew talar 1* ...*..
to IK i informed about Social Siurity. Window Screens Al ... .
BargainsIN : San FI aMh.t"f) tot tfr rr a the I r *
; 5 CASH PRIZES !Seattle M .Mil .... T.. .. t,

FINE USED CARS I i STKlMv I IA i AlliKK YARDi. Tall.harsee 4,4 g r ,alai a PRICE TMtiELKS'
'' 1st Prize: $100.00-2nd Prize: $50.0O( -3rd Prize: $50.00 Tampa u. rh.rr .ewk II .
'prr...." I'rirr TELEPHONE 81SSHOPPING 'I. Washington: lr ..... ........... ... .- -
/r llir II.JidNa PALACE THEATER 4th Prize: $25.00-5th Prize: $25.00 -

1.el ....... I cl l> 4 Doer Frederic March and Ann Blyth in i PRIZES GIVEN BY

,... t/.y.k. I CL 4 Door -*.\I011IEJUT. Guess What ? ? ANNUAL CHARITY MU.s. .

IW Mq.s s4... I.Deor OF TilE FOREST'- Key West Coca-Cola

s41s4 r.4 C..arlibi.i$44 I'm not 9on and Tin not ..Ui,,i ....,.,. .u._ II
ti .+.baket .1PiDe.. Coup Bottling Company I .
I'", .......k.. *.'TM Pick-Up Remember-Iota need your business.l lree

I" fle.r.bak r '.-Tn Pkk-Up MIAMI KEY ELKS CLUB ANHBX
WEST Registration Ends December 20th conversation hereOPEN
t.N M .Mlaer lk>Tee fttsk
...., BARGE LINE. Inc.
CLYDE-MALLORY Fur Further Information and Entry Blanks .
DOCKS /IA'C/ArC> 9 MEitfyent
Barge Leares Miami DAYS w CALL 137 -w

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ilJr ICrii West (!iiin Radio Programs I ,j jI I" .

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...>01 R.a A..Y.Sft. ".'.Y.-- 4.ww w ....taaao.... Like Tennyson's brook, gambling goeson By The Associated Press I .

rY... 'uu.. BsiiMiac forever. Once in awhile the lid is clamped -
r-- d3. ... AaS. str..tajaa .
7 A P.tS .1 Wnt sad down gambling and once in awhile NETWORK PROGRAMS .' : 4- tone
.. :.: on < BY EMILY NOBLE
Tim s eastern stan4aro'r Npntrot I '
the bed of a brook dries up, but the lid standard. subtract. one hour,for By ( ) Newsfearurws AI' NewsrewfWM
1-: .. .4 It., ..... /t.eWa. as i MCMO. elaaa matterKWMKSI mountain standard. subtract. .two .. .. .-
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is lifted and gambling is re $ $ere local at.t.. changehour
ASOCITKI raESS ,... 21 Instead of Jt cancer ria t. wait a nse.n I ,
r rsm of relay' t. fit local "".eh. GEORGE HENRY SAUER.born Cnapier : tea .a v.a
.. A.J1$.4 a-r- U aaciaatvaly aatltlad toe sumed and the rain comes, and the brook Last minute program changes an.not wood likesShe IhAL.
all a..s < .raicaoa erect teN Pec. 11.
1310. *
es4w.arwa '
at at-bin&
......... ... la tan *...r. aa. Stratton. pouted 1 may surprise
I ..... -.. .......4tI ....... begins to babble again. He was All-Big Six Conference: made Mention of the enage )'''''. .Wart cad ...," haadaa-.
Up Miami way, Sheriff Jirpjny Sullivan SATURDAY.. DECEMBER 11 i I met of Rex Hall and RosalieMeeghan. -1 don't need to. daxftsn, H.. 5aa. dw +
I al Ma4lll'TI i MITC9IS .It I.11 fullback, for three years at the. It was givenout i fq the called her dasUagqwta. *rporsonally 'tea s
".5 has "cracked down" on bookies. Thisis 1".1., University o f and lie called moat girls ttt i opts air
papers o""er.the radio. There
I." .:OO-Now. roa4caatbo'' -J know inside and anti Ywt Nh r f w
the sheriff to nominate whom last f" .. Nebraska A1J. w eie-jok.esab you
LM same .Newscast Every Day-cb () J\tl.elrisb, dancer cant fool me. it* oVnt jet de- ii e =
-- --- .- A Song Show4o.Sparta America full wasting: no time m pushing -.er- .
t3Apblltt il
his i "
spent by ;
was .
e May, more money sup- Paradb..aUTaloe Sell ahead lunoas.You
: : a Number-mba-weat it r back,, in 1333.. There'were'Msofeongratulatioas can't tool SB* other* ahe.. tl 1w'
lW HATCararwa other time in a sheriff'selection .aiwl ?t Rosalie
than at fl
,IM .._.. M A"'AoaUttUL porters any ':1*- .*'iglon la S.wabe then played had shouted.Your* nothing best a
I of Florida accord- lake success :U.m1ta and] ndHed ad ..
in ,the history 1 $ halfback with heirSSh = d nced-rfor two wtekst JDOIW7.pabb&D 50ti a
'oTtellitJti. ';:30-Tb* NBC Symphony-nbafratBrda
dh Sew
.... O** ettthanka. reooUtloaa stories published in Miami\ newspa- Sports=: cbs L a the Green Bay, at the I&ysic.HaTT and then (few of these cUrr as new V iad
..... ing Ismer aba (i I r t 1 mand *a acc tusuat and cet a
....-. _''"' -u.. u), Hurry Sports- to Cmcdgo tot a short engagement
o0 .... ..... eo.<< !I. ee aia a I.... pers The bulk of that money, the news- True Panco M False...ic-tubs-east mbs-west Packers.. He,,!Jhers.Siaed!.it ws i uknmar Rex real agent who avppr.c*._" snX. a
tea *e>e f-a aea i>t by ekureb. from or coached : and gets just tea prcJrt.
.%., a ........ la I. J. 4rive4 are I root a IinR.b. asserted, came from the "gambling I;45-News and Comm.ntary-cb. for ddet wantto bookher'tow far Ru laughed twlJPil r leJtew pw l MM
i .... .. aa i>.a (oram aa4 larltoa disw..o papers Jack BeaU Comment-aba New HanrpT; :rt311e1d;; tie; xas'' BaK11A 1 U.r a You \ to ... Ni A.g
m* e..la Moe. mad ovkVc-ta of local or fraternity." f;OJ-Sly Farorlto Husband-cba IJQl\"V OO ........ eaa..a ls, U .t,i a. aHtbJwh anonymous Dance Jamboree Hoar-ate shire got ItGeorge \Vds e.as '!'hili,. into ore Mould touch you Why. cW reu !
........-,..- On the surface, it looks like Jimmy is Hawaii Calls Musicians-mbsT.CO Saver degree I the movies..' }. t.""'"'7f'i supple shad our eruuts -VN Pamone Show-nbc master' Merl NSI.e
kicking his boy friends in the pants. In- \augbn :Monroo'Band-cba from Columbia became a She gave him ft quick Ida: "m She was furious Theroent engage.

stead, ,the supposed kick is merely a fire- t7iS-ilel News Broadcast ARta Sporta-mba-mba, lieutenant commander m' the, marry It you the' day that' iure.-| is broken right stow," M
was not a very romantic engagement He caught fcer. hissed Ur. fetattelsatwa4ei
to lull the home a:Hollywood Theater-no* Navy coached Kansas and now ,t
designed but then
: works display ; Sins It Agate Quls-ca I it wasnt intended leaped away from hr awkwardslap
KEMKrt 194 against.gambling. In a few Famous Jury Trial*-abe pilots the Navy eleven. to be. They were both at hint. Yuu can't break ...
at folks who are Twenty Questions QuU-robaJO I much too busy as he was making You're mine. If you say ysu'... '+e jt.. r walMesadl

I \Of days the last sparkle will .oie,out. and the .: Truth or, ConHQ..ocea-abe I fall bookings for what was to be not no one will UsUA to you f *
Amazing ilalono-abaUKe TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow the biggest season the theater had a single mutute. yen as. 1.451W
astride their bucking bron- Beglna at SO-mb.
bookies will be
I! ver known so he said. Shewasnt
OO-Hlt Parade, Sinatra.-nba.
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cos again. Winner Take All-cb. I I working much because be HE WENT to her and patted
Gang Boater Drama-aba Dr Henry P Van Dusen-president was fussy. lie didn't want her to her head -0.-.,. 1 am a !
6 tolMP1'O'fDCDITS;; FOR KEY: WEST That is the way incidents in the gam- Gabriel Heatler-robs of the Union Theological ,: dance in any night clubs no matter business malt Instead ., stocks a staa 51MIe ..atitaoate
I.1J-Lanny Rosa Showmba0:30Judy how celebrated Hedidn't
been going in Miami New York I I they were. ard bonds I own Instead.
bling line have on SIao..abeIt Seminary, born in you. *
BT THE anon
ADVOCATED cn'IEN I want to waste her he said. pitting into resj MfOM t.ime
since it was in swaddling clothes at the To Pay Bo Announced to B. lc-norant-cbl-a bo Philadelphia: 51 years ago. I, But he did insist firmly on her a mine money I invest in you.factory I tMnkyoi or Mm SMkrw I wr
: Dr Joy Elmer Morgan of i I I taking lessons and taking them to -. t .'. ..
But Miami\ is not alonein Guy Lombardo Show-mba realize that you have soil. enoujfc i* ..
i turn,of the century. .' Washington, D. C, educator edi- seriously: 'The theater is hard .
i. Mare Betela and Apartments.I IOG-o..nls Day a Day-nba ,i i i me more than you have e aroodL
> Beach and Bathing PavUioo. that category. What has happened in Homo Aancedbe Town R.unJon-cba tor of the Journal of the Natl. Education work when all the joking is over.You're but you are a va. >j ble aoset I RMehuefctoa. -Y_ ..** < rma
'J'o.U going to get to Hollywood ..... .J1 x"
Asso-, born kMW always seom to rfn\'
and ether in Chicago Theater-moo Galloway, you .
i. lad Sea- Miami has happened in city
Airports every and you're going to work hard out we'.
the life mieht have had
10:30 Grand Ole] Opry-ooo Neb.. 59 years ago easy you Y'
4. CanseUdttkn of County aDd Florida, including Key West, though :Military. Ball- b. Adolphe A. Wieman of New there. with Wayne but tftts la tgyauae teak ha.
Qty jGovcmzaents. Hayloft Hoedownabe11:00News .She la hMay be I jsarle a are thinking of Joe. roe a how. rwSru fr.d
Auditorium probably not on so flamboyant a scale. ;:.; & Variety-aba York, famed sculptor, born in I riretike It is a hot summer.I ." bit you that had me worried Eaeti ibg. .i ........ M .MavM. .

L Comnualry And the gambling boys from New haws Sews and Variety.Dane' X hl'Lbe Hour-aba Germany 78 years ago I know I have arranged for ,ofIS has a danaerous spar. ,.. .... ....

Koro a Krackln'-mba Gene Markey, journalist, writ ,, youto go to a summer theater 'somewhere .....*. It nil >..*.. $4Me/ .N .... Y
I York, Chicago and other big cties: who 11.30-Danco Band Sbowa-aba er and producer born Jackson, i I I in New-England for two weeks. us by buMtnvt .late a flame tl .e *ck Mkseo t. ws,,

gather in Miami\ winter, are not the 2OO-DaDcID ConUnned-abweit Mich. 53 years ago I 1 You will dance and speak a we're not very earefS.1" ru peve rtosed r
every Armand T. lines. You're no actress She tossed! her hi.d *T..Jsouvi l.rt. ** to p> m elfasi
MONOCRATIIIV least perturbed over Jimmy's righteous Mercier presidentof I dovOr will be but neither are as if you've tests smailnl to anon ri.h* .g
the Southern Pacific Railway. the others, and the olav is lousy aan. Can you let atria.. trains Vr t wew* vwas'li .. %-. ta*
,1", .T Reader: indignation against gambling. Jimmy, like' NETWORK PROGRAMS" i born in New Orleans, 67 years I so your. dancing will shine And alone*" try Ned IMP a*

all other good sheriffs, is determined to Time is eastern standard. For ten. you can call: yourself an actress lie laughed tevla&r.Thf. ref. M.........,
Every resident of Key West can teat. standard subtract. .n. hour f.rm..nt. I ago.Rear Adm. Leland P. Lovette I _
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all forms of gambling out of their .... standard. subtract two '
"help its development by buying at home. keep .....1'.. Some local stat"ns changehour born Greeneville Term. 51 years ,
I' II Earliest mention of the David RIMIO. .. ..tw Mori
in circulation counties, and if gambling crops up here of relay' to fit.'local schedule ago. legen .eeeiwy w

Thin net only keeps money and there and then then and Lost not be minute.included grogram. changes tan. I i iI dary Robin Hood occurs in the favorite of Mry Qw i. fill Swig d .. r......
now or now,
Wt It nable> business men to keep people the sheriffs know nothing about it- I "Rodeo" is a word borrowed I I latter part of the 14th Century, was bent..m Tw.... ...... ....1 .111 ltte --

at work. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12 from Mexican cattle herders in the second edition of Piers came to SccrfitAd 1ft MM ***** ..... mat *- ..
nothing whatever.It I meaning a cc-! -nd-ua of cattle. I I Plowman. the ambassador from Pirdn mt. Pisua .
THE ORACLE Ahtraooa a
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is the old two and sixpense of bunk. -
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Uncle Sam's army is not large enough to sews Commentary-cbs --r- .. ... :
American Almana1IeSew. .
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out gambling in Florida other
HANDS UP! stamp or any : -
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_- state. Gambling will continue, but while : :\Editor... Broadcast at Home--abe mba F .j ,',? >--e. ; .

t The first! American railroad was built it continues let's not be regaled with the : 1 JO-Chicago Round table-nbe ,

bunk and humbug of raids, similar to Jimmy's I Tell Sunday It -&aln-c.Vespers-abeSinging -
between Baltimore and Washington one I Canaries-mba ;
on the bookies.
1:4 5 Tne Husk Box-mba
hundred and fifty years ago. In early -
2:00-Flnt Piano Quartet-nbe

tine* immense land grants were made by The hardest job is the one that you Week Festival Around of Sonr World-cba-ab N
Air Force Show-mba '
the Federal Government for the building put off until the last minute. 2:30-University Theater-obo r tof

eaf w*re and more railroad At the tarn of Mr Ton President Ate There--abe cba
:NewsVeterana, Panel- bl t
t tltt present century the railroads were IS THAT SO? SOO-' T. PhltharmOnio-ca tigr

leader. 0( transportation over the United Neva Muatt Broadcast Broadcast-abe mba i + :

JiiIM.... A noted Commentator who boosted a:1i-Future of America-aba t V:
I:30( -Ono Man'a Family-Bba .lflY
After 1906 rebating to big shippers the wrong candidate for the Presidencynow Treasury Band abeJuvenile m r

.ke+ame a criminal offense and the Inter- Jury-mba t t tC
suggests that organized labor might 4C 00 QuU Kids: Joe Kelly-nb

tele Commerce Commission was em- win the scheme to repeal the TaftHartleyAct. Boys House Town Cjf Mystery,Cnolr--abe nba

H wered to make rates for interstate 4:30-News: Living 1J4S-nbc
Now, down in their hearts, the ma- Skyway. to Stars-cbs

"-"' jority of people in political circles and in Opera Detective Auditiou-abe Iyat.rlemha, rot. MrAO l ta

Seflat Robert M. LaFolI,tte wag the private life regard these big labor strikesas ,:CO Bob-Jane Q. Lewis Pickena Show Show-cbaUniversal -nbo

MoM who moved the iron hand of political challenges to the power of the National Shadow: Drama Bible Day-abo mba

M.wer from railroad managers. As the Government to maintain peace. We have 5 JO-Bob Merrill C'ncert-DN-

)ef* passed by the political influence and laws for every kind of cases for all indi- 'Strike Bo It Announced Rich-cbaTo -abo :
Quick aa a Flash-mbaIvoaing i
pwweref railway companies diminished. viduals, and for groups like labor unions. RtV .

Speaking for the Ney York Central Then-why there should be an exceptionin S-OO-Catholic Radio Service-nb x w' s12550d i::, .. dTh'jtRH'Jt
Se4r-m the other day L. W. vice Th. Family Drama_ba
Horning, handling disputes between labor bosses :News Comment-abe

.".K......ftt of the lines, declared emphati- and employers doesn't seem possible. :IS Roy-News Roger Summaryabo1:30orals Show-mbsI

..% that the railroads cannot keep on in- Getting down to brass tacks it is,a ; Faith and Concert Harriet_-nbo ba '
Percy '
or*>**"lfis their rates to meet insatiable de- story-abc
; unions Greatest
proven fact that the big labor are Detective-mba \
...... .t their employees because l lck Carter. THE GUNFIREBALL
the rail-
there Show nbaGene
pretty apt to believe: that before is a 7:00 Jack Benny -

-.... are constantly losing traffic to com- general strike that some method of volun Go for Autry House Show Qui_-cbs abo "GIVE (

........ Sberlock Holme_mba TO
"cooling off" period might be agreed nboAmos
tary 7:30-PhH and Alice- WHAT

.y At the present time a million workers upon to head off court proceedings, or Carnegie and Hall Andy Mui,-cba we.mbg

= demanding 1500000.000 wages and interference by Government authorities to Gabriel Heatter McCartbynbeSam POWER
.IS&Ked work week demands. The rail- Spade Adventures-cb. BRAND-NEW
seize "struck plants" and facilities.
s the Music Qula-abe'
Mads .nfeM that competitive forms of This correspondent predicted duringthe The Stop Mediation Allen Comedy-nN Boardma5:30Fred -Y : TO ...
1 jif4l.pertation that Include trucks, buses, Presidential campaign that the incoming Voices lUrlow Strings-mbs* Drama- r
; inland water carriers and pipe Congress would approve many pointsin (:00 Merry: Go Pound-nbc. .
E' Helen Hayes Theater-
rapidly taking over the handling the Wagner Act and the TaftHartleyAct Sunday' Journal-abe

l'tr and freight business. Mr.\ and revise these measures and put Under Arrest Comment Dramambe5:15Hollywood -abt Yea g tt all" tlks

fUrafctr. told the Presidential Music-nba
Fact-Find- :30-Mbum Familiar
teeth in the laws to prevent most strikes,
Our bliss Brooks-ctl:
Sif,Beard that the railroads are suffering, relations between Theater Guild Uour-abe ,. -Ml NEWI I
and to keep the employers Hollywood Comment mb* -- --- -- -- -- -
SiJtV competitive forms of transportation 1:41-Twln Newa Comment-mbs
and workers in status quo.
Ucifrtreasinr. He also told the Fact-Find- I 10.00-Take It or Leave Itno.Lum Mw te1.Iw Ilea
I knows better than Abner cbs Mw
In fact nobody and teweba sM 1..rM-
1-. Bard that it if a fact "that the rail- that these wholesale Secret Missions--nba nbo Mew. fis-_... ...
President Truman Heldt Show-
HP 44 cannot a* inferred by the employ- 10:30-Horac.Cabin B 13 Drama-cbs feel like singing too-when to two d*)s bee*ute engine ftnvd .... Pms- Nos ... 5s.Mw ..
strikes are the Number One stepping Commentary on ),Movlab YOU'LL of thee freshfromthefactory !' i ahead ctl .... Ss w 5a.gs.
their blartlgbt Mooda, -mba one action is running car pruJuc
rfKfuwM rates wit)
S8 : at The rail
stones towards higher costs of productionand 10: -Ceorll Sokolsky Talk-abe Fireball engines in sour tion, so there's no Nailit\Q, ne .MI.)". Mew lr Pus
-Pee that the railroads are the necessities of life. II;00-Nevaariety S bra.-nbaAe iN M P..e .
higher costs .Variety Panco n.cb.S.w. time-tested Buick. ::=
M ataif\at coodKtons which are gradually So patience because the proba- : .and Danco Band-abaNews. The cost? r.\en I lets than a rimrnudlioverhaul. Mew Ib..w ..
keep your Dance Band I hrL-mb. Id w ema..sisow
_w4iR1' them out of business. bilities are that the President, in the next 12-OO-Dancior Continued-abe.west It's a swell Christmas gift for the whole Arrange time pemcnls .if >MI I Ate. ___

H'. just too bad to witness the slowing Congress will rise to the occasion and famil>--the gift >ou'll enjo>'Jor' month I\i"h.Charge vary align) h,r Men... I Mow ........ l.

.lllR{ of Ue railroads Your of motoring. Mw now MI
those lines HoroscopeSATURDAY or years IHftJd.-hul.
strengthen the existing labor: laws so that MC can put acts pother M Maw ........

1!.'re largely responsible for the rapid they can be used to bring about settle- DECEMBER 11.1948Today's Just think-today's Buick J palter! fur: any Buick built since l9.N. Maw ..... -- w .......

tjgwth of the United States up until 25 or ments between managers and workers in native will" be in- your prewar Buick! ._. Irtw iaM.d. coos
30 .n are. The railroads are holding p eni9ust with artistic tastes and lomc in-Ie l l t.. .*tHi. )eu ..w ........ and ttvr/a..
future years. Newbearings.new pistons, Mw .......... sw.r5..
"iaad. up- and pleading for their With many friends. The rmnd is a candling *..)Hell, ) .forth behind .
exis- little too tortuous and'-the dispo- new rings, new electrical Mow /tv.A.d .......
'.w the sheet. eel .troth-. gone ,........
sition be and
passionate too carburetor
Inflation, like some diseases: is may system, new .
t resentful: At some period of the powered ar-r*r a MrriTChrutmst. Mw--
clutch- everythingas
dangerous because of its after-effects. life all the friends will be needed new new D Mew bamwMiw
11 happier Newer
WASHINGTON IS TOLD therefore be careful not alienate shown by the Jilt at the td. isq
WATCH YOUR ROADS them. right. Y (rem the thrill" Mew ...-.....

Presldent.Truman has assembled all : We can make delivery now that only' new power cibrtnf. Msw boob 5 es ..
SUNDAY DECEMBER 12. in W .... 1.0. 51s.a w/...
.tf-the promises made by him to all 10caHtCH -install this new engine i irsr .
There are lots more cars coming out 1948-Today gives most ef yes

and all groups during the recent cam- on the highways every day, which calls terday's powers but with more f

).**<*iII t and I M preparing to down the fortunate conditions There will
go list for lots more careful and safe driving by !

wfM. plans to fulfill them. Most of themlost you-all-company. There should be no let- be will more be genial concord, kindly and the and nature sociable i

inane,. down on careful supervision of all high- The pursuits will be esthetic MULBERG CHEVROLET COMPANY I

and the life pleasant, and a con-
ways, particularly by local authorities. The siderable degree fortunate

A happy spirit U the greatest posses- number of accidents and deaths on the

.kn that comes to man regardless. of .his highways is tremendous. MR. .AND MRS. The earliest roads about which .419-21 Caroline Street Cwer Tvlrerapli Lone "J gj TFI.EPIIOM. 471 A-. .) ,

wealth or 'lack! ef it, anything is known. ntre ttcje

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6 ._... C-au Tim K eastern st."d.rdi..erce...
i By ((1P) Newsfearures .
the bed of a brook dries up but the lid tral standard subtract one hour formountain A, Nowsfeofwee
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invariably is lifted and gambling is resumed &omo local. statiens change of ..... .1.. waat 5 ilMe i ., ,
.. TMM AMOCIATKI PBKSS hour ef relay te fit local schedules.Last GEORGE HENRY SAUER born Cnapier 1\ Instead Just a 5e ..a
11. :=,. Pro U aactrsiv.iy aUtlad todep. and the rain comes, and the brook\: minute program changes, cannot wood likes that"Sh i ke.al 4" _' ..
I ...._____ .* .n ..w. palchoa credited be included. I Pee: 11. 1310. at Stratton, Nebr. Till Broadway columnists all pouted at blot. 1 may eat* ..... j._ .a
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,.ep. .e...... new" p.......... here. begins to babble again. He was All-Big Six Conference i made mention of the engagement pro you. Watt u4 .r.." loan "r.. .'" -.5 -.
Up Miami way Sheriff Jimmy Sulli- SATURDAY DECEMIER 11 i I of Rex Hall and Rosalie -I dent need ta drtai.* B* tian4. w.r-t i..
II a..lrTlU RATES fullback for three years at the, Meeghan. It called her darU&c tjurw oWMtsonaily > Mr
M,,r -- _. ..... .----tl ..00 van has "cracked down" on bookies. Thisis Ivoa taoj University o f was given .out in the ', He called.. least flri t5t 7:1. '
papers and over the radio. There
11 ":: .. ..:. Lea the same sheriff to nominate whom last. .:00 Newscast-S\ .ws Broadca.tbe'cba Nebraska, AIJ- were< .,jokes.about the,Irish dancer "1 ou insUto and star 1wcant n.4..
> LeO Every Day- tool ..... So dual a.I de w .. .. .
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: ...... .15 his' America full wasting no time m pushing lhr- "
t May more money was spent by supporters Sports Parade-mbs-e. t self aheadTtt .lusions.You. r -'Cr.
Taite.umb.rmb.wut-; back, in 1933',. ere'avere'alsolcongratulatiops..and cant fool as* either an*
AK%.CMTI.I.U HATE" than at other time in a sheriff'selection >te1egrams fl Rosalie -
Nail be... .. Application I any :1 -Religion In S.wnbol.ake then played shouted'You'rs othteg but' a ,. ;
had bepmaKl dedhr l
:success: llemo-cb. ands ne ... ..
in ,the history of Florida, accord- j halfback with b ,Sh wfeeks money-grabbci: agent .ad t
Symphon-nb. dancedufor two
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trhe of these days TBI K rovrdai vf tkanka. resolutions in Miami Saturday Sporl.-cb. i the Green Ba at [ Music: Halt an4il .then faewto
M solidary anatroe.. ax tle.o. p .e.e. etc. wllbe. ing to stories published! newspa- Harry Wlsraer Sports- b )(I t(! :elt.'Ago leit a short Engagement: mand aa accountiM acid.. get a' -WIllJut.l" '" I "....
f& line.ea the Dance VB, <.|C-nibs-east Packers., g ,, real agent who appreciate SB*.. __ tea
that ,
f W Sit the rat..1 I* evats a pers The'bulk of money news- True or Failie-mb..eat 4 1beE"1 2t.e'it.! was Dammar Rex _. I

w kb. ....._ !.el.rtaiae..et. !.> ... derived by are churches t rents a from line asserted, came from the "gamblingfraternity. t:45-News and Commentary <:b. coached for didn t want -to book fier.'o- far and Rex gets laughed just ten hap percent"*; 'I ajsaw c "-. &:: :
S 1P .b a lip.. !. aa fr.m aad Invites diserf papers Jack BeaU Commesibba New II a m'.j"Iuljd:! : j: Uajw; ;et 9)d) < *Ur a N. hLT... fro
bctenn to ffb.5
Vou :
I wont rhea
es Siaeitl U :aa4 .rbleet. of local or ." 1:0)-:11: : Favorite Husband-cbs UyWOO t ......... h.! It will a.t poblUh anonymous I Dance Jamboree HOOF-abc shire, got. a"George i w ds cobident $ and..fc$14? ,was$ T into ore would touch you. Mtvy dw yen :: -:-= tsaoretr. L'It
s..rr.na On the surface, it looks like Jimmy is Hawaii Calls Musiciansmbs7OVic Sower t th'e movie f 'r-nY.::: ; supped* J had our eniwaeplayed ..... ., ;:;.=
.. master' degree
--- I Damoss Show-nbo ..
kicking his boy friends in the pants. Instead Vaughn Monroe' -cbaNsws : from Columbia, became a She gave him a quick kim: She was up furious. T... alga.o. ... : t11no. QJ-i eestaaMea

the supposed kick is merely a fire- Broadcast-mba lieutenant commander in the, marry you the day that's sure." ment .is broken ru M now.* .. ...... ..
; ; 17145-.1el Aries sports-tqb. It
was not very romantic engagement He caught bee. kissed Ito
to lull the home :01-Hollywood Theater-nbo) Navy, coached Kansas. and now I .wkwanslslap
rMEMla works display designed sing It Again Quiz-cbs but then it wasn't intended leaped away Irma bee .
@ J941. folks who against gambling In a few Famous Jury Trials-abe pilots the Navy eleven. to be. They were both' at him -You rant beak M.You're J:}
are .
Twenty Questions QIJ U wnba much too busy as he was making:. mine If_you say you're
days the last sparkle will .die.out, and the; ..30-Trotb or Consequence*-nb I I fall bookings for what was to be not no one will Kate .. yen iW
Amazing \1alone-abo TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow the biggest season the theater hadi t single nunute." -. Tt: =
bookies will be astride their bucking bron- tells,Be(tna at 10-mba I 'ver! knowri so he said. She
cos again. :00 Winner-Hit Parade Take All Sinatra-cba: -nb ( America) i wasnt working much because he WENT to her and parted '
Cane Busters Drama-aba Dr. Henry P. Van Dusen,president was fussy. He didn't want her toi HE her bead *laflhC. I aa a ;" 1! testis t tg,
WfAoYrxrxTtt FOR KEY WEST That is the way incidents in the gambling Gabriel H.att.r-mb. of the Union Theological.i dance in any night clubs no matter badness marl lAstoad of stock .I:' "" .
line been going on in Miami (.IS--Lanoy Rosa Showmb.1:3B.Jud1 Seminary, New York born !| how celebrated they were. liedidn't and bonds I own you. lactoad .. "'
have in .t =
ADYOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Canova Snow-nbo want to waste her he said. into factory ear ,.. /sf I ;, :
since it was in swaddling clothes at the ,To It Pays Be Announced-abo to B. Ignorant-cbs: Philadelphia: 51 years ago. I I! But he' did insist firmly on her a pitting mine money I Invest M "a". I fMnftyoi .... :1W I re.I. -j
alonein Guy Lombardo Show-mba Dr. Joy Elmer Morgan of i! taking lessons and taking them realise that you have cost .,.resy
Miami is not
I turn,of the century. But ', Washington, D. C., educator edi- seriously.: The theater is hard
i. Mart Hotels and Apartments. 10;OJ'-Dennis Da, Day-nba i I[I me more than you have earned, ,
& Boach sod Battinj Pavilion. that category. What has happened in "Home Town Reunion abc-cbs tor of the Journal of the Natl. Ed- work when all the joking is over.You're but you are a valuable ...... f Ne led -y.... .ve.l
"J'o.1U Announced- I.. ,.
going: to get to Hollywood .Ii ,
ucation Asso. born know always to I Iyw
seem Mane
mba Galloway,
Theater- you
L Airports-Land u4Sea. Miami has happened in every other city in f and you're going to work hard out the life risMrt .have Had owes i.5tTae'd .
nba Neb
10:JO-Grand Ole Opry- 59 years ago. easy you
.. CaoaolkUtkn cat County; and Florida, including Key West, though Military Ball-cba Adolphe A. Wieman of New there. will Wayne", but tMa is t fauae MIIIW!![ Mrerb ". I
Qty XJorernments..V. Hayloft HoedSwn-abo She, laughed) "Maybe I made a you are think'et Joe For a low l..., p. .1..utai's
Auditorium. probably not on so flamboyant a scale. 11:00Varlet"Dbe York, famed sculptor, born in I mistake; It is a hot summer.' bit that had me ww ItIl Lads Ir5lllala.. e.. tan_
CasMBunlty; And the gambling boys, from New News.: and Variety Dance X braecbsNews Hour abaHorn's Germany, 78 years ago. "I know. I have arranged! for 01IS has a dsnye-tanis) aa>ark J/0./. .... .., Fi
a JCrrkin'mbs11:30Dsuc. Gene Markey journalist, writer ,I youto po to a summer theater somewhere inside ft, Nfl ......, : .. ... --fi
I York Chicago and other big cities, who Band Shows -mba and producer, born Jackson, I I in New England for two weeks we're buvattoc eaeekt"A aM If Jre :-=: = -
the 12-00-Dancing Continued abc-wilt Mich. 53 You will dance and speak a not very
gather in Miami winter are not years ago 1, .
every Armand T. Mercier couole of lines. You're no actress She towel her. a**! ,.. .r .. .....
MONOGRAPHReaders least perturbed over Jimmy's righteous president I I and never will be. but neither are somd as If you've brM smarted tie r kw .sLap ....,
of the Southern Pacific Railway, .... .. 5 ....
I i I the others, and the nlay is lousy scam. Can't you M air.*aak MaYle iMy
.1 DH.r : indignation against gambling. Jimmy like' ,NETWORK PROGRAMST.me born in New Orleans, 67 years I so your rfaartiig will shine. And >te!" aai a.

all other good sheriffs, is determined to is eastern standard. Far cen.1r11 I you can call yourself an actress lie laughed ttwbftf. "TMs *f. M Matt1M.
resident of West can .. ago.Rear
Every Key standard subtract hour formou..Un Adm. Leland P. Lovette I .
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all forms of gambling out of their standard subtract 1w5hsurs. --
"K.4j> |its development by buying at home. keep Some local .ta\O", change born Greeneville, Tenn., 51 years ,
I Earliest mention of the David RIWIO. anal I .... A.- .. ...... .
in circulation counties, and if gambling crops up here hour of relay to fltloc.1 schedules.Last I ago. Ij I II legendary sm.Isey '" .. .
TM" net only keeps
money minute program changes can. .
and there and then then and be included. j I Robin Hood occurs in the favorite of Mary Q-ea> of .... Hail. <"*f aMI '
now or now
btrt it enable business men to keep peo- "Rodeo" word, borrowed latter of born in Twin and) .. ti.
is a I I pad the 14th Century, was holy, it.aa N -
the sheriffs know nothing about it- I.
pie. at work. SUNDAY. DCCEMBU 12Ahra. I from Msxican cattle herders, in the second edition of Piers came to Scotland in the Male al.1 =: wan ... .
ORACLE nothing whatever.It meaning a r<""nd-u> of cattle. I I Plowman. the ambascador frmnin f\r jJi iAlC'"hC :..,
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s is the old two and sixpense of bunk. 1.00-America United. T..tu-lIb.> a-sS c. T' '--- :

Uncle Sam's army is not large enough to sews American Commentary-cbs Almanac-abe t _

HANDS UP! stamp out gambling in Florida or any other News Commentary-mbs
1:15-Opinion Commentary-cba: : ;
state. Gambling will continue, but whileit Editor at Home-abc F ''L.I .
News Broadca.t-robe
continues let's not be regaled with the *
The first American railroad was built 1.30-Chicago Roundtable c
bunk and humbug of raids, similar to Jimmy's Tell It Again vespersaboSinging -cbaSunday p
lb.iwlehundred n Baltimore and Washington one Canaries-mba
on the bookies. I
and fifty years ago. In early 2 45-The:00-:FIrst Mask'Piano Box Quartet-mbi-nbe '

Festival of Sons:-cba
ttme immense land grants were made by The hardest job is the one that you Week Around World-abe r in
Force Shownibs2:30U.Iverelry
( rh. Federal! Government for the building put off until the last minute. Theater-nbe

at vutre and more railroad At the turn of You. Preeldent-.bc Are There-cbaMr.

Hit. present century the railroads were IS THAT SO? SOOT.: News: Veterans'. Philharmonic Panel--cbs mbs

b eten, sal transportation over the United News Musio Broadcast Broadcast--abc mba I y ,

lINt... A noted Commentator who boostedthe s:1S-Future of America-aba -< ta
i J:SO-One )fan'. FamilynbcTreasury
After 1006 rebating to big shippers wrong candidate for the Presidencynow Band- boJnvenlle ra I

!x tame a criminal. offense and the Inter- Jury-mbs t
suggests that organized labor might 4:<>>QuU Kids. Joe Kelly-nbt

s4ie. Commerce Commission was empwwered win{ the scheme to repeal the TaftHartleyAct. Boys House Town Clf fstery-mb.Choir-abc --=wrt -

to make rates for interstate 4.30-News: Living 1J4S-nbe
Now, down in their hearts, the ma- Skyway to St..cb.Opera .

Iw.4ne L jority of people in political circles and in Detective Audltlona-abc 1.terlemba y arAOe u

Senator. Robert: LaFolle was the Plckens Show-nba
private life regard these big labor strikesas e: Bob a0. Lewis Show- b

mass who moved the iron hand of political challenges to the power of the National Shadow Universal Drama Bible-Day mbsI -abo

hewer from railroad managers. As the maintain C'neert-nbo '
Government to peace. We have :30-Bob Merrill

yen pawed by the political influence and laws for every kind of cases, for all indi- Strike I Be It Announced-abe Rich cbaTo atEa'el.g
Quick aa a Flash-robs Ay 1 1t
of railway companies diminished. Q
pwtter viduals, and for groups like labor unions. 0 RIVti .

Speaking( for the Ney York Central Then-why there should be an exception ':00-Catholic Evening Radio Service-nb tt1sN rJ :
SyMtem the other day L. W. Horning vice The Family Drama-cba I -
in handling disputes between labor bosses News Comment-abc x r ..

.*|*re4dnt of the lines, declared emphati- and employers doesn't seem possible. '.15 Rcy-News Rogers Summary Show--mbe abe +

t+.Hf that the railroads cannot keep on inwrarnjf Getting down to brass tacks it is.a <::3G-Oul. and Harriet--cba nba
Percy Faith
: their rates to meet insatiable demands proven fact that the big labor unions are Greatest sick Carter.Story-abC Detective-robs ... GUN'! r

of their employees because the rail- pretty apt to believe that before there is a r.OO()( -Jack Benny Show-nbe THE 1

-..... are constantly losing traffic Gene Autry Show-cbs iO"GIVE
to comtotken. general strike that some method of voluntary -:- Go for House Qui -abo ,
Sherlock Holmes-mba WHAT
"cooling off period might be agreed 7:30-Phil and Alice-nbe fUN
;- At the time Amos and Andy-cbs jOR
present million workers
upon to head off court proceedings, or Carnegie Hall Muslc-abe FIREBAlL

ace demanding $1.500,000,000 wages and interference by Government authorities to loo-cbarU.Gabriel Heatter McCarthy Show--nbe rnbs PfJweR

duc.d work week demands. The rail- seize "struck plants" and facilities. : Sam Spade Adventures-cbs BRAHD'16"
the Music QuU-abc
Stop \
Dada. confess that competitive forms of This correspondent predicted during The Mediation Board-mba )
/.30-Fred Allen Comedy-nbe SjfTO
1 jraAsportation that include trucks, buses, the Presidential campaign that the incoming Philip Marlowe Drama roba- :WVoices :
vt Strinss
aJrHnes, inland water carriers and .
I pipe Congress would approve many pointsin :00-Merry Go Round-nbe .

mv* are rapidly taking over the handling the Wagner Act and the TaftHartleyAct Helen Sunday Hayes Journal Theater abc-cbs .-- ""' "" ''

paasenger and freight business. Mr. and revise these measures and put .15 Under-Hollywood Arrest Comment Drama-nbs-aba YH ... .. ... {

!Fact-Find-ii teeth in the laws to prevent most strikes, 9.30 Our-Album Mlsa Familiar Brooks-cbs Music: -Bb. !

and to keep the relations: between employers Theater Hollywood Guild Comment Hour-abe mbs - --- newt

fcliHe competitive forms of transportation 45-Twin\ News Comment-mbs
and workers in status :
quo. ...
Mw .
&increasing. He also 'OOO-Tak. It or Leave It-nbe :
told the Fact-Find- In fact nobody knows better than Lum and Abner-cbs 1 tw .........r. ens tlse.etMw
111 Board that it is a fact "that the rail- Secret Mlssioas-'ribs b---rlge err
these wholesale
I ftads cannot as inferred by the employ- President Truman 10:3G-Hor.c.Cabin B 1J Heldt Drama-cbs Show-nba oU'LL feel like singing too-when one to two days because' .titM ,.... nw ...... Ap. .d gyp

e I jjj: increase their rates at will." The rail strikes are the Number One stepping Commentary Starlight Moods on-Movles-mbs. -aba Y you have one of these frcsh-froin- duct ion i is running aheauj gel crtion peslJtoe- Mw ebb. .... tine .tggeA

stones towards higher costs of productionand 10:45-Ceorco Sokoliky Talkabe,100News Fireball in wow 411 ..
engines there's
I iruUves indicate that the railroads area&ain.t costs of the necessities of life. : & Variety 2 b.-nba the-factory your so no vaitti*& no tMoy. .. ..... ... ......
higher Newsariety Dance 2 brs.-cbs: time-tested Buick. noww .
to conditions which are gradually So keep patience, because the proba- News: and Dance Band-abo The cost lr K\cn I lc.t thn a I.Mifnuoverhaul. -- gal alto
your hra.-mb.
Band >
wdrng them out of business. News Dance abc.....t It's a swell Christmas gift for the whole Arrange time' .. il Illsllaebaaege
bilities are that the President, in the next 12:00-Danclna- Continued- pm* t. yw .. tow no (l gMarlrie

lt' just too bad to witness the slowing Congress will rise to the occasion and family" the gift you'll enjo>'Jor. monthsor i ish. Charfct vary tlijM fr.......... now .

d@wn of the railroads because those lines Your HoroscopeSATURDAY years of motoring. now ....
strengthen the existing labor: laws so that inoJcU-hut we' can pttt new ptm+run is now tr..

:ere largely responsible for the rapid they can be used to bring about settle- DECEMBER 11, Just think-today's Buick puller) for: ) Buick" huill since' .19M.D enw .... -- w ......

Ijowth of the United States up until 25 or ments between managers and workers in 1948-Today's native will be ingenious your prewar Buick! -_ .-- _. nowr.
SOjeara ago. The railroads are holding with artistic tastes.. and let IM Baal. >,fwtt .... ttlalaa ari .)r..

'hand upand pleading for their existence. future years. with many friends. The mind is a New bearings,new pistons cnn..Min.. Jay ..YKy klll.. .I.. -- .......+la0 inehbMw
little too tortuous and the dispo- new rings new electrical, Ar.r ttbaeq
hind! the' llheel eel .heck'.
a .
Inflation like some diseases is sition may be passionate and too system new carburetor Mgr 41a setw
1 resentful: At some period of the clutch-new everything P pesos ere J c..r-hr aSIe4>..., tlbrlkr.
dangerous because of its after-effects. new ... ...... ..
life all the friends will be needed, I I .
Chmtmai. appil'T New
WASHINGTON IS TOLD as shown by the Jot at the a / .
therefore be careful not alienate e.liar
WATCH YOUR ROADS them. right. I Year ,r..... !*.. 14e. war twal.arfp.

Ptesident.Truman has assembled all : We can make delivery now that. silly new pantc eanbring. now .. ..
SUNDAY DECEMBER Mw i.... ... 1n1ir
12. in
nf'the -install this engine Wirst .
promises made him new
by to all localities ss
There are lots more cars coming out 1948-Today gives most ef yes-

and all groups during the recent cam- on the highways every day, which calls terday's powers but with more iTt=ys g

hsvlrn. and I is preparing to go down the list for lots more careful and safe driving by fortunate conditions. There will
be more concord and the nature
with" plans to fulfill them. Most of them you-all-company. There should be no let- will be genial, kindly and socia

te t money.A down on careful supervision of all high- ble. The pursuits will be esthetic MULBERG CHEVROLET COMPANY

and the life pleasant, and a con-
ways, particularly by local authorities. The siderable degree fortunate.The .

happy spirit is the greatest possession number of accidents and deaths on the

that comes to man, regardless of his earliest roads about which 419.21 Caroline Street Corner Tffcri, /,7i l.(ine 1 If TFMII'IIONK: : 3TT
highways is tremendous. MR. .AND. MRS. ..... A., ...., ....,. .
wealth or: !lack of jt, anything is known wiseffc e
!DRIVER Drive Carefully!
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DUDll iiiinwmniiniraiuiiniiimiiimiiiniiimniiimiiiniiniiiniuifflu uiiinraiuiiiiiinramiiiiiiniuujiuDnini! TODAY'S CHRISTMAS -

(Know America)

M13-Clemence S. Lazier, pioneer
New York woman homeo-

Information for the Advertisers '* pathic physician feminist bornat
Plainfield N. J. Died April .

RATES I 3c a word and the minimum DEADLINE 26, 1888. i s

Regular Typ.MverUsements charge for the first 15 wordsor To insure; publication, copy 1822 ,George D. Cummins, i
?under thisfcepd less. js 45<:. must be in the office before 11 founder and first bishop of the
:JwilH bfe inmied'in'I11e; PAYMENTPayment o'clock on. the day: <)f:publlcation. itefontiecl Episcopal Church, born
'1 Cilizeb>t the rahj of 2c a word for classified ad- B I near Smyrna, Del. Died June 26,
(or' each insertion, but the vertisements is invariably in OFFICE r 1878. ,

minimum charge for the first advance, but regular advertis. Business office in The CitiZen II 1835-Benjamin S. Lyman, the
IS words or less is 30c. ors with ledger accounts may Building, corner Greene Band Philadelphia geologist at onetime
Slack Fact Tvp lave their advertisements Ann Streets. Door to the chief geologist of Japan
The rate for bl Jdac. type charged. right ore 'entering building. I born Northhampton. Mass. Dix: A;f ,
.__ .. ............................:; 3 Iyyo: 1yti
1837-Henry Morton fame
ALL ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions: In the event of error in adrertisg. scientist his'generation,'first head] r

I &* transient or contract. The Citizen will be responsible only for the first'insertion in CLASSIFIED of Stevens Institute of Technology -

ADVERTISING. and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of space occupied by Hoboken N. J. born ir i

Alf. put of the advertisement where the error occurs. New York. Died May 9. 1902
.. 1861-Simeon D. Fess. longtime
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LOTS .born in Aleln Co., Ohio. Die( ,

Quiet couple who likes your hospitality Small hotel in downtown Key Dec. 23, 1936.1863Annie. N

: fair city and ideal West Fla. contains 8 large Waterfront home. 2 bedrooms, 2 'I J. Cannon. world-
climate wishes to'rent a 2or rooms with 5 baths and two baths, furnished. Must be sold famed Harvard astronomer, born'

.3-room apartment for 3"4 apartments. All in perfect at once. Cheap. Owner, 1328 in Dover, Del. Died April 13

months. Will pay up.to $150 condition. Large lot and good White Street dec3-tf 1941.

month. Mr. Phillips, c/o Key money maker. Must disposeon .
West Citizen. dec9-3t account of health. Box 532 Two furnished houses desirable FOR SALEMERCHAnDISEYou -
1 Key West Florida. location. Write owner, Box '.. pt..e,

decl-tf XY,c/o Citizen. declO-lOtx save 25'or more at Russell's ..
VILLA MATCHETT (center). Canadian 'CWfe4b WW1 ..
L Store 508 William Street
greeted on arrival at She airport in H....*. ........ by >*.r.r
Large store. 218 Simonton 35x60. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR MISCELLANEOUS Sheets Blankets, Spreads. Cur-
tains. Dress Slips. Skirts elect Audlev B. Conner (left) and Norman Lawr..e U MM Mto
Reasonable. Phone 682 ask
*Hy. dec2-tf for Stock Island, over 400 ft. oceanfront White enamel $2.75. Outside Blouses Tu-Tone Sport Shirts of Santa Claus. The 12-ytar-cld girl I,... Sw*.r C.f.... Mw

Bargain. Must be soldat white paint $2.75 and $3.75 etc. Phone 831-R. declO-2tx Brunswick touched a tender spot In tbe ......'. A.etl la.l yM

.' FOR RENT-APARTMENTS once. Mr. Kitty, c/o Citizen gallon up. 50ft.tz" garden per by pinning note to an export Christmas lira, ....... ><......
decl-tf hose, $3.95. Doherty & Co. 846 Woman's shoe skates. Size 512 to send her a doll. The not* was found ea tfe- tree k* ..*..

Furnished 2 'room apartment Olivia. Phone 1597 decl-tf With fiber wheels and leather at Natchez. Now. the Naichcs Lions dub h*. U.i >lH VINe

,. Utilities furnished. $25.00 week Four lots 200-foot front 120 deep.! uppers. $12.50. Suits. skirts. from Canada to be the guest of the city for a wk .! tbeMi'
ly. Sea Isle Apartments. 915 On Avenue D, between 17th Bundles of old newspapers at 1- sweaters for school girls. Size mas entertainment
Windsor Lane. decl-tf and 18th Sts. High land, good I cent each bundle. Inquire at 12 to 14. Alligator pumps and .
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soiL Price, $32.00. Apply own Citizen Office. nov20-tf other shoes. Size 5'2. A real

Modern furnished efficiency and er, 1509 South. decll-ltx : bargain. Apply 2746 Staples. I GIRL JAILED AFTER MINE WORK)
Phone 205-M. declO-2i I
) bedroom apartments. Yearly or 1 Noma bubble lites. Complete set

ceason rental Pine Plaza FOR. SALE-USED CARS I 1 300.( General Electric series KIEL. Germany-a.VI-No German law f..rln % 1201 Truman Ave. nov30-tf lites, $1.19. Poor Old Craig, CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS
:I working in mines-but a girl who tried it in male ditffuur t.-.k-\J
1940 Ford panel truck excellent 1019 White Street dec66txSee For original decorative (and even
I jail for threv months.
Apartments. Electric kitchen. condition. $675. Apply 1415 useful) Gifts to please the
I Pine Street dec6-6tx A poster of the German Ruhr Coal Mines Administration tailing
I Xmas of Home Maker.
Per day or season. 909 Elizabeth our specials tropical .
t Street. dec6-tf ish, aquatic plants and CAROLINE SHOPon on the homeless German youth
Pontiac 1934 good condition.,I| aquariums at 1831 First Street. Ann Street. We wrap for to come to work. gave her the treatment for her mack Kr decide
Can be seen at Overseas Market I dec7-4tx decll-12t idea. She decided to become a .
Furnished apartment 3 rooms and I| mailing quickly she told the Iwl.eShe *
The American and British
Tel miner.
419. dec8-6t
start. nt her tan
bath. Maid and janitor serv- put on
t ices linens and utilities furnished Baby Kiddie Koop, baby folding HOME DECORATORSWe sponsored enlistment program bandaged her breads and -n
Coral Hotel Apartments 1941 fordor de luxe Chevrolet Se- carriage, $10.00 each. 1013 have increased our stock. provided for better living con-and listed at the tabor vUre tut the
: opposite Post Office. dan. Fully equipped with ra Watson Street. dec9-3t giving you a wide selection of ditions clothing better and Ruhr coal mmn M Ptw Klmkie <
dio. This car is thoroughlyclean. higher food rations, tobacco
dec7-21t fabrics for Slip Covers Up- *
Best in South liquor rations. |I
buy Air conditioner, folding baby holstery and Draperies. Manyof None of Mr -%......." *>o R
Florida. Phone A. J. Mc- Ursula and her old ailing
Modem apartment electric kitchen carriage, hand sweeper, roll of the newest patterns. Ex- in the pt rrrn)>aamd Bars as a
," new furniture private Ewan Boca Chica 212 after 5 chicken' wire. Phone 1061-R or ceptional values from SI.25 up. mother had not had any of this mey+rber of the eu sker ifa us'.
Solarium. Apply 1208 White p.m. Seaplane Base 221. 9J3 Georgia Street dec9-3tx CAROLINE SHOPon II since they had fled from their worked tt Mo.Mw, M Ml ill

,Street declO-3tx I dec9-4t Ann Street decll-tf hometown of Koemg&berg I in and had to km* IMT |afc.Whew .

7054' 300-watt Keystone silent movie I East Prussia now Kaliningrad in .** ,.....< Imo I*.
Furnished. five-room 'apartment. 19S7 afterrdU._Buick sedan..----"--+-Call--...- ._projector, 16mm.' With spare FOR SALE POULTRY I IVI Soviet Russia. For two years mother the fxltn 9* ..M i4Tour
\tl'\ Two bedrooms, hot water. Children film |7fl5 inn?-{*** .. they had lived in a slum-like -1',4es sad ..ai- at 1 i.r I '
-I: welcome. $60.00 per month. U'b Rth.bli.L J" in a small Sch- ... -...
1948 Buick convertible Roadmaster declO-2tx $2.95 C.O.D. Our special selection 'ri:: "** covet o i'ttJ ,. .
909 Elizabeth. bacon an eb'with f'-l c twajwlisdrl..t ,
Apply coa.
-. private owner. L $3.95. H. & IL Pedigreed .f ;
derll.tf'FOR ...... she rnuM l.IpPIiPI"her _
which e
; : -ter 'decll-3t condition.8G _
-'C-_ Baby'carriage, good Chicks, Belmar New Jersey. medical i cI -
mother and provide
i Porter Place. declO-2tx dccl1827jan; wee Aieq 1.welt '" .
RENT-HOTEL ROOMS FOR SALE-BOATS AND covet l..w lar4 l.. Ms....drtlaltodr
Overseas Hotel, low rates. Cof- cards personal stationery, distinctive II I .ab r.... .;.. ,....>
> tee shop, bar. decl-lmo and service. signs for homes and wanted. Over $2 hour! Sell Books Books Book 1 ptlM ..... wAlt. /MM aa.athe .
Gray marine engines Firestone)' businesses. Marhall Studio in name plates for front doors. Art Supplies Art Supplier: n.ik d rani.ratt. ... IM
1 FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I c..R. Smith Marathon., opposite decl-lmo Telegraph Lane. Write National Engravers, 212 Bookshop. Cor. Simonton & Eaton capybara. wMifr r ... .... ......
AND BOOMS Station dcc2-tucs-thurs-sat-m xI
dec7-9-ll-3tx Summer, Boston Mass. I ; --- -

I outboard, decl3-ltx i f44 Edwra Arttllal.a it ,.:
Johnson Sea Horse I
The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming rubber tires. REPAIRS-RADIOS .. t.
3511 Flagler. Child's automobile, I sea. WWfal ltww a -
Street has an efficiency ,apt $75.00. dec9-3tx Good condition. Bargain for HELP WANTED-FEMALE I P\tbtn'l pr'11 r ..... 4. .)
and several sleeping rooms vacant quick sale. 1404 Albury Street Radio repairs. while-U-wait. Low was ,ohx.y tn.....-..... ,n 1\. a
.' Low weekly or monthly decll-2tx Experienced girl for uniform alterations -I standard prices by catalog. 14 \'utk
foot Diesel cruiser.
? rates. dec7-tf Thirty-three Apply 419 Southard. years radio experience in manufacturing -
Fully found. Inquire Howard 1116 Whiir
TREES. FLOWERS. dec9-6tx plants. -- -
APARTMENTS Bond yacht-broker, Miami. SHRUBS hind Street nlv3dIslaREPAIRSREFRIGERATION Ge.1
FOR ftiHT- dcc7-9-ll-3tx ROSES AND Crocvr SELLS Ttel
Cocoanut plants, 25c and 50c ea. MALE OR FEMALE STAR 8IANDAMERICAN
Casa Roma Courts, Roosevelt FOR SALEBICYCLESAND 5 feet tall. Apply 1509 South. li
Boulevard and Flagler. Now, TRICYCLES decll-ltx I II I Someone to convince fatrK-i that Immediate' MTVICIdomestic or, COFFEE
i open. Spacious grounds I I I just han to go to the "Fol.I commerriaJ HolbrooK Rcfrig
ate swimming pooL priv'l 2 good 18" tricycles both for $15'1 FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD lies." An Unhappy Son !: eration Service. Phone 724-W -Try A Pea 4 T"-

premises. Apply 1111 Watson Street.- FURNITURE t APPLIANCES I decll It dec7-6U

FOR RENT-ROOMS General Electric washing macttint. -
Man's bicycle, $16.50. Good balloon $40.00. Phone 1164-M..
tires. 1900 Staples Ave.
Rooms ,and light housekeeping dec102txFOR decll-7t|
rooms $5 to $15 per week. 411 !
William Street nov27-26tx GARDEN AND LAWN

Large room twin beds close in. INSTRUMENTS
Men only. Reasonable rate. 'I GIFT \
Phone 1379. dcc7-6tx Medium size upright piano, low The Unusual for Xmas
priced, excellent condition no SINGING BIRD a
Bedroom with twin beds for two termites. 1309 Albury Street. SAUCY MONKEYLOVE ,
refined gentlemen. AvailableDec. dcc9-3tx BIRDS I

13 to Jan. 31. Apply 913 I COLORFUL FISH ,
Georgia or Phone 1061-R. I FOR SALE-HEAVY Key West Garden and Lawn
dec9-3tx EQUIPMENT Supply Co.. 914 Fleming |
Telephone 1019 '

Rooms for rent. Cheap. Phone New portable cement mixer.I declO-tf ,
8174. declO-6tx $60.00. 46 Rest Beach. I


Small guest cottage suitable for Notes (Promissary), lc each. Artman -
irons, vacuums and I Citizen Bldg., Phone
one person or two employed. Press, t Mi
Light housekeeping, hot water, fans repaired. O'Briant. Phone 51. ug2-tf
nov29-12t .
No child 1164-M. 'J4e
electric l refrigerator.
: : :
Rent $65. Call 1054-M. STORAGERed i ',_ J
n. -
decll-2t Picture framing, pictures framed __
and matted. DiNegro's, 614 Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor

FOR RENTHOUSESHouse Francis, Phone 1197M.dec423tx commercial. Phone 798.decl-tf .
with 2 bedrooms, living --. ----- w I I'I

room, dining room, bath, kitchen -II -_: : -
and back screened porch. :
For rent, completely furnished. QUALITY _
Call Mrs. Perez 710 Baker's _

Lane. decll-2t Inlaid Linoleum I rt II I ''I' I $4r

FOR 1\ENT-BOA .lr / II lI

Lowe' Boat Rental Service. .
New Mercury outboard motors TileNew EASY TERM..AVAIIA, LE.FbR>AYMrNt_
and Ramsey plywood boats and Asphalt MAif CUT 0.7 trot ; .} C'C'

Visit Stock Island 1 i. 0541
rowboats. I wattOpaUT # 0
today and fish your worries Colors and Patterns for Every Roomin Sunshine Construction

away. declO-6tx the House i INiOllATtON.ADCIESS .


International panel
truck.Dodge i-ton pickup. 2302 Seidenberg Ave. Phone 598
ton Floor Co. __ .
Good no object running See condition.for yourself.Call Price. Key West Covering I Sundays or Evenings Phone 598 PHONI -- -

in person. Cabrera Whole- 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Sluts PHONE 1454

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r. REV. MR. NEWMAN WILLPREACH :, News Notes ,,onhiffewt. QQye..ee _.. ttt Mttlittf7w.

: I If' RoUenkatea were used on tfc.j I errt t.......

roads of Holland u far tack as f -
TOMORROW AT the 18th Century.
First PmlrttriH c1 rda

Until the American Revolu ,, >Wfcli ai Wut-fr. .....
: tion Judges in this country war .

Richard the Lion .. Hearted ( START AT tfctt A-M.

: .'New Pastor Of Ttiberjmcle Was Born:" King of England raised IIW1Wf ....s aiWe G ItOutrrkfWtlr illt
His 1 1r PresbyterianChurch
= At Daytona Beach Started i Women To YYTTTYTYTTY.TYYTYYTYTY4Lutheranl : *
[Grace : IliUft
: Ministry At Early Age i A.M.
Hold MeetingU I Ie Church : :i -

: WAS GRADUATED FROM SOUTHWESTERN BIBLE: has teen annouced that the I It 121S PETHON1A STREET 'I f tt ......

:. I\STITUTE FT. WORTH TEX. CHAPLAIXFftEA'Cff meeting and Annual Christmas
; .
Party of the Women of the I Sunday School 9:30 A-M. '. I Young I'euplrPs lrutep7i.
TO OCCUPY*PULPIT OF TilE FIRST i Church.irst Presbyterian
Church, will be held jon Tuesday Divine Service :
I : ;
.18- ;
:- PRESm'TERIA\r CHURCH TOMORROW MORN evening at 8 o'clockit, the homeof .. GteMlVPVlsi4n

ifl Mrs. W. H. Bell 1509 George 10:30U/. : ; ,.... *.4 9s.n
: Rev. D. T. Newman of the Glad Tidings street. .
The new pastor
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i AN Invited *
M. C.VETTER. Paster
Tabernacle will preach the sermons at tomorrow's services he .. Mrs Andrew Miller will lead l REV. K. ;
the lesson on the Spread; of the V
announced today. Gospel and Mrs. Mattel Tuit will -
: vlluuWUUwuWi Hi Hmnrairanmi miin iii>uiiiui ii|' '
The Rev. Mr. Newman was born and was raised in Daytona I give the Christmas'reading.

Beach. He graduated from the Southwestern Bible In. (, !
Youth for Christ
unite in Fort Worth. Texas, in 1943. He began his ministry t Rally

at the early age of 18. f Poinciana Baptist = Director. HARRY RUSSELL
: He was ordained by the Assembly of God in 1944. He 1I

pioneered and built a new Assembly of God in Grants. New I Church, I TONIGHT, 7i30 O'lXIMJC:

: Mexico. He has served the Assembly of God extensively in' THE REV. D. T. NEWMAN is 17th and Eagle
I I the new pastor of Glad Tidings fI'
Texas. New Mexico. Mississippi.
"1 like the people of Key| Tabernacle. He will preach at Ei i
West" said the Rev. Mr. New I both services tomorrow. FIRST METHODIST CIIURCMI
The Rev. J. B. Reid pastor of Sunday SchooL 9:45 A.M. -
man today. "Their warm Corner EATON and SIMOItTOMi STIIBTII
Utlity is especially a fine hOSPi-1 the Fleming Street Methodist i Floating Idols
: I Moriiiiifj Worship,
Chaplain French of the Church will deliver the sermons i
Navy will preach the sermon tomorrow :at both services tomorrow. There Worry 11:00 o'Clock .
at the First Presbyterian I BombayI
I will be a Youth Fellowship meeting 6:30 P.M. Union
Church. In the evening the ORGAN SOLO Mm,m* lW. .t
at 6:30 and a -
I m. song service
Young: Peoples Group will hold p. I BOMBAY, India-(JF-Fouri PIANO Ra.n.a>T !....
Eciiing Worship |
the services under the direction at 7:10 p. m. i idols were washed ashore on the ,
of Miss Ilrnnett "The Burden of Habakkuk" Bombay beach. They were pick- 8:00 o'Clo'k
"When They Saw the Star" will be the subject that the Rev. ed up by Hindu pandits, set un-
John M. Peyton, pastor of First der
Will be the subject which the a pipal tree and worshipped. .
Congregational Church, at tomor I Three
them were 18 inchesin -
Itev Robert W. Weaver, pastorof Public CordiallyCliristian Invited
Ley Memorial! Methodist row morning's service. "On the height and the fourth nine .
Watch Tower" will be his subjectat inches. The first was the ele- WITH US :
Church, at the service tomorrow CaME-WORSHIP THE LORD
morning. At the evening service the evening service. phant-headed god, Oanapati, the
he will talk "Bethlehem'sInnkeeper. Morning worship at the Churchof awarder of all luck; the secondof i
on Christ will be at 11 a. m. to- monkey god Hanuman, who
I morrow, while the evening serv- fought under Rama for the rei, Science FLEMING STREET METHODIST CUCH !
The Rev. G. Leon i
Wells pastorof ice will start at'7:43 p. m. I covery of his wife, Sita, from the I|
First Methodist Church, will "God the Preserver of Man" Society .
demon king in Ceylon Ravana; : : Corner Tl..!*. asd WUSaa Si.REV. .
talk "The Book for All People will be the to be discussed :
on subject the third of Nandi, the bull on:
." at the service tomorrow at the 11am. service tomor- whom god Shiva rides; and the I;i j of Key West : J. B. REID. .....* :
while at the evening service row at the Christian Science So fourth has not yet been identi-''! 327 ELIZABETH STREET .
Chaplain trench of the U. S. ciety. 1 fied. ',' ..
Navy will be the guest speaker. There will also be worship at t. None could say how they came! Sunday School. 9:30 AJ4. CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 A.R. Classes PM AH Mao :
They Shall Call His Name, 11 a. m. tomorrow at the Poinci- to be washed ashore but they
'Kmanuel'" will DC the sermon ana Baptist Church. Evening are giving headaches to two officials -I Sunday Morning Service Merrill Felton General Smii'1'1* :

subject by tne Rev George MeNeill worship will start at 8 p. m. -the curator who wants .. At 11 o'Clock : Morning: Service 1O.',4I ..13: rk
Ray. pastor of First Baptist Divine worship will be at 10:30a I I them for the museum if no one : i
Church *t tomorrow's service m. tomorrow in, the Grace Lu- claims them, and the magistrate- Subject aYorstb F.1IowsMp., ':30 P.N. .
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whJe in the evening his subpect theran Church, with the Rev.M.. collector who must 8t"( ".:nQeio .f 9H..mt: H'Vft. : Song Serric 7:W P.M. :
.. Well I*. -GuJ SurtfeU Nut the K. C. Vetter tOL.UF>o
t--- '-7w6rslllp them.I i Wednesday Evening'sI : Evening Worship ..30..etS-a.: :

I y FI.IMI1sTl1RIFT 'ON LIFE RAFT IN MID-PACIFIC I Reading Room in the Church .

--..-- -- I Edifice will be open Tuesdays 1
v- w and Fridays from 6 to 8 P.M. .
I and Thursdays from 2 to 4 P.M.

I Ley Memorial Methodist Church:
I Tie Church with a WCJCCMM"
First Congregational Church Corner of DIVISION and GEORGIA STREET

I Between Southard tt Fleming
:;:'S 1 \ John M. Peytoa. Pastor I Miss Miriam Carry Sept

I Sunday SchooL 9:45 A.M.
kw __ y 'o, plc MWs J Archer Supi Classes for All 10:50 A.M., Morning HWxnjiSermon ,


I MORNING WORSHIP 630M/., .llrthodist Youth F.4Iuwa&Jp
7:30 P.3/, ri>iiifij; Jr"orlC'i

6:00: P.M., Christian Endeavor
Sermon: "BETHLEHEM'S INNIfEEPER"Wednesday.
7:30 P.M.
7:30 P.M.. Mid-we.k Prayer SetriNj
EVENINfVORSIIIP j Friday. 7:30 P.M. Young Adult Hobby NttM
"On the Watch Tower" .
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7 Wei. 7:30 p.m. Prayer-Praise .- .
Fri.7:30.Young People's Night

; --- --.- ---_ _- ....-"_ _Eli, The FIRST METHODIST CHURCHCorner i

.. (!PI* Wirephoto from Navy Radiophoto of EATON and SIMONTON STREETS :


I I ing rescue in mid-Pacifiq 1.200 miles southweU of Honolulu. Of the 37 persons aboard the __ ..
plane. all army personnel 33 were rescued by the Nary Carrier Rendova. Some were taken I Services
from another raft. This airview was made on a miniature camera from one of the Navy search I "ASSEMBLY OF GOD" Sunday :

planes which located the survivors I Cor. Georgia and Petronia Sts.I 9:45 A.M.. Sunday School with ea.... for AM A.- :

.-.. ---- --- I : 10:50 A.M .. Uoriiiiiff Wesr.bip :
Sunday SChooL 10:00 A.M. : Sermon: Theme: Th Book For All People" :

I Morning Worship, I: 6:30 P.M.. Meeting of Methodist Youth f.4l.w.Mf> :
II :00 o'Clock : Miss Patty Duane Mill U the I....<..., :
,! Young People. 6:30 P.M. ,, : 7:30 P.M .:....inq ",....I.lp :
Eieiiiiig Worship, 'j S Chaplain Carlton C. French will b* Guett r r.... :
7:30 o'CIock : 9.00 P.M.. Fellowship Hour at the rust Pietbytoton Ckwcli :

TUES. and FRI., 7:30 P.M.D. : DIF" Special Invitation To rIff _Irn ....u :

..err T. NEWMAN.Pastor ------ --
All Are Welcome

I The First Baptist ChurchCorner

BAHAMA and EATON Streets
GEORGE McISEILL 11.\"', ..iI......


and Von Phister Streets W. Smith Superintendent

I 10:50 A.M .Morning W rIiin
._. SUNDAY Sermon: They Shall Call His New fnma-i...<"

r Bible Study 10 A.M. I Morning Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF. |..M to II M
r Worship . 11 A.M.

I <)Wirephoto via Navy Radio from Honolulu E\eiihig Worship 7:43 P-M. I 7:30 P.M Etrninc: \\.1.1|.

THESE THREE NAVY AIRMEN were the first to sight the two rafts with 33 survivors of an Air Sermon: "God Forgets Not the Leut
Force C-54 transport plane which was forced down at sea 1,200 miles southwest of Honolulu. EVERYONE WELCOME I
Left to right: Lt. Comdr. Steve Kona of :Hammond. Ind. pilot of the Navy Privateer: Chief Ma WEDNESDAY
chinist's Mate Clodis M, KUlam of Pensacola. Fla, and Ensign Leslie Johnson of Minneapolis. Bible Study. 7:45 P.M. Wednesday, 7:30 P.M., Prayer and Praise S ,.Ic.
Minn. KUlam sighted a dye marker which located the rafts after Ensign Johnson had asked Kona Phone Friday. 7:30 P.M. Choir Practk
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SOCIETY NEWS j jar Visitors s To'Cftipefi

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*>. citizen OificWives *- l 1I
Phones: A.da'e--$29- 1 I f, Visiting. The Citizen jjffice
t yesterday with City Commissioner -
... "IIv: ,! m"J1I U mWml!>mlgiJUUWm01m8m1G81hitr : I > I'
I- : .Loins Carbonell. were two
}. Club/ / jVo. '88 Dance And 3 > 1 i distinguished visitors, S. B. Ra'

II R0F maeosa and Gilbert Ramagosa.. j k !, r aL

J'nahiun; 5ioirpr/ Lust'igltt JiConcha I I his son from Wildwood, New j

I Jersey. j
Iii Hotel Ontstintlinbrr Success y The Ramagosas are the owners

I of one of .the largest amusement I
1M. V c..he 1Wftbu. &om I f'waist This was modalled by
wan ra. swat .... a very beau.tt I Jayne Sears. j jf l' parks and in that northern resort West I i
... air .... city are visitingKey
oyM at U. dance I f The second Mar-Ed original! in
.1u11 All.... tAw+ .;roar-1 by this group was called the "Casa with small a view to establishing a iti
amusement center locally,
.... Woes t"Wt M. M. It was Wanes" modelled by Jeannei r

... ....... M ...-wy wiy, :i Reynolds and consisted of a I nnjuuniunanratmuniumniiiimmminiiiiuiiioiainKey \
..-.c........ ., the,I black spangled crepe; there followed '
..... Ai1ssiI M tetguaal ,MartWl.- I a shimmering satin'tAntl'I trc. West In '
.. ... S U.nM.l ..... .I I nental number called ,the "Rue I
t q d !..... WWB by MmA U. Paix. modelled by Ruth
*.:. i.4 .undkr and called:''d. -. and the next ,the -Fies Days Gone By I I
'Ira Qiakhru. Her Jewel a.tribute to our South Amer-
.... .......... wink. baguette neighbors This'was of grey AS TAKEN FROM FILES j
t.ttr. t& IrhNMws. pieties /rumIho I I and yellow chiffon with a scarlet OF THE CITIZEN OFDECEMBER
Lwb.mla. and tAe fluwrr satin cummerbund.The II. 1938'IImIIUUlUUIUllUlUl1ll1mlllll1llIl1Wllll1WU1UUll1
... .......... by Paul I. last, dedicated to the Navy I II I
V tM SwMittaawrt Flow- I Wives Club was a nautical en-
I The Citizen publishes a short,
srmbJe of white with blue braid
I I 9 Y ,,,, V I historical article today in whichit
.. ar.--1 ao ah- was tal.eta trimming Virginia Wooten modriled kt '
G r is said that five acres to bei
.. sad Illy i-lsth.s. ., this charming number and .
i used, the City Cemetery was'
i as -
.. .Liao DaJr. Jwm. the hat and tie were furnished :
II sold 'to the in 1847 for $400.
.....,. N+ah .... v v- I I by Sam Horowitz. I,I Several additions city have been i iI
..... *4141 0...,...| Following the fashion show I --- ------ ---- made to the cemetery since that

fiw.: : sad Flwray W Hiagfwriud .' three prizes were awarded the: ) Wirephoto I time. It was sold by L. Windsor t (aAi
... Mat a off fortunate winners being Mrs. I II :;
Smith, after whom Windsor lane _
LINDA IRIS BROWN cf San Antonio. Tex. victim of the IMS
..... laths taw_ ttw CwralOfficer 1 Linda Repkie, of 148-A Poinciana is named. I I i 4\\\
.. 1(lrlaar twt, ........ ..y the Place: Mrs. Frank Cross of infantile paralysis epidemic has been selected as the 1949 Marchof

una 5d ...tma rAwwtag Mtiai .I I Duca Chica. and Mrs. Theresa Dimes poster girl by the National Foundation for Infantile Today the Key Wes Chamberof I
-A ..v at .he "-.oo" ._. Groves of Naval Air Station. Paralysis. The little.blue-eyed blonde four years old is ,the Commerce sent letters to the
...... ar-. .... with I The entire show and dance was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown. Jr. She has re- principals of all pubic schools in
t....- sad aw.ruk'... appiaae | held for the purpose of raising gained nearly normal health and is demonstrating her skill on the,city and to the Convent and
dsr/t. .........1.1n.. funds for the welfare work to be her tricycle. St. Joseph's School heads, givingin
...kIk... M c.-t.-v. 'dune by Navy Wives Club No I detail the to ride
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J. ... and Fm.y'Sd.t and for the of MUSCLES FAMILY I .: .
i8. purchase a flag bicycles on the streets in order AFFAIRKNtaKautw.sat .. -- .**.+
.. Mot aaa4e4aW and banner for the club. High School Band Concert to decrease the chances of acci-: lilting champion of the capital city, has taught his. <.mMfr..>. nasal |....10 -fc. t r r.T.,% 1
afrosAAw I Gerald Pinder acted as masterof dents. The information was to be Ann 8'/i months old. swings her 18Vs .*IUM|. fr.m dad's Iua4. JUiteai .h.",... tt...*. ....dIM
........ MM..rval. of dine11e -I ",ceremonies for the show, and Last Night. Very.. Well DoneThe passed on to students, some of : chairs while holding 2O-pound weight Kallto u>s lew UitorJ .c",>( iu, '..! .*. t. aw

.... tlrd .Lae. aMiedMaw" I did his usual very capable best whom, the chamber said, ride on -
......... -k ...... and in this capacity. The Navy Wives concert as presented by Atlantis Suite four parts of the left side of streets. i i
:r ...... tirattw ad. tetktlatta .I[I I Club wish it known that they I the Key West High School Band I j which were played by he band, I I ROBERT SOUNDS OFF Brief Items Of Register H.wT

Th ,..... ptottwd of I I appreciate deeply the splendidi and Community Band 1aSt night I I all of these parts being difficultand 1. The first of the boats of the
.. hr4lata ...... wingtM cooperation received from him usually beyond the capabilities sponging fleet, out on the pre- Interest to Women '
... ..ML. d..N wait ..ttginrlM I',I as well as from the Mar-Ed Shop, I II in the High School Auditorium : of a group of youngsters. Christmas trip, arrived in port I' I This M.M* Y.*
..... gy M/W, M. fret. a,I the Beachcomber, the Rose Boot- was much enjoyed by the comparatively -j I I However it was done very I today, but most of the boats still Artichokes take slaw tlwvr
... .... .f ..... kaie over'' cry Stell's Beauty Nook and small but very appreciative :,: beautifully last night by ourI are. on the sponging grounds. quarters of an hour to cook onto I.#", i rhwil ttr
..." .... .... a,4 aunty .layrd Southernmost Flower Shop inmaking i audience. I I I I High School Band, as was also I Captains of vessels that have arrived D they are covered wMfc kcwltats J.. N Mao.I'
.. .. fate .bsNuwwg "wl I this affair one of the Your reporter believes that the Saxophone Choir number. said the catches were fair. I ( water. After they aN recarwad 1
ant aw..tttag 1M nipped-r moat beautiful ever held locally.I this band and its performance i i,I Major Earl Dillon has done from the water they aAa. ld .hr .rt1 iIw

-- -I_ _ ___ _h. ____ will compare favorably with any splendid work with this band, I Mr. and MrsKermit Kerr today turned upside dawn to dra.a
other High School Band, and its and is to be complimented. Last announcer the birth of a son well 55 ChristmiGift
H'irra Of Anti-Snbmarine uniforms are strikingly attrac- night be was presented with a on December 6 in their home at': v .
1309 Eliza The
street baby
the Band
gift from in appreciation -
An excellent aqua for lfrwaria
tive.The feature He announced that another weighed nine and one-half I
lcrrloi>ment Squadron One To BeIlotee last night's outstanding program was undoubtedly on-i concert will be given by \he band pounds and has been named Sid Sprouts u quickly wade b' AwardI
| buttr.
1|1 Nolan.A j a quarter rap u
the rendition of the early in the spring.Calendar ney
At Luncheon Meeting Friday i or brown margarine lightly and ever alluwMMt low .heN.1 I.. >...mt P/ttrtl .' &it

lecture on "The Pageant of then add two table .m4 ..... I4.l .rat f........
I,.. Aih.. .a Mltea 01 Antic | will be a choir present Ringing America,"' illustrated with color p
NutttttMS.. D.v.l.prarat Squad.giy : Christmas sdhgs. I SHE STOPPED TRAFFICtJ I I Of slides, will be given in the audi I of vinegar the and pour that aver' a gmrt t5 H' trawl M.MS. ....
have flea
W 16>...... at tM hiatuses for the luncheon, EventsSATURDAY torpym;, of the Harris school to- cleaned sprouts and cooked, Ire "..... r.t ,Aw
h' S! { e party will be the Mesdames J. A. Coming morroy morning. beginning. at 10 f!
1.. !.III M jMMf N. Harbtlas, A. P. Gal- $ : o'clock I JACKNVftSKY UXII-S 4
DECEMBER 11- Rub ,
a crust of kid with
Dra tabet IT, alA luppe and W. J. Redwina ** -
1.-- It has been announCed that a Annual Charity Ball, Sponsored Mrs. Will Curry arrived yester- freshly cut garlic cube .i..i Jot.1
by Elks Club. To be held day from Tavernier to Mr the bread in yOUr iid i..l i i I |
4Arru/ans pwgramLis baby-sitter will be suppli during i f. join ,
UNa.......... the theme andsILI1.la. the party hours fort|e convenience i in Annex. Curry, who is visiting relativesin will give a delirious. fl-v. I sa.' AMW -t-
Cake and Candy Sale corner Key West greens when they are Uippiil a I far the PiNt W. be of mothers aicnding the I PH-slit 1 to WI
Southard streets, the Heocuvtr
a .. ........., ....*. Mid there I affair Duval and I dressing UM 4.i
_____ i I, beginning 2pm, sponsored Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Cates of I crust before Mn"MII Mir rl.wt.
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by the Catholic Daughters of Coconut Grove arrived I

"Hnrri SclutolT." A. Holds Interesting Yww tI :I MONDAY America., DECEMBER 13th- .' to visit relatives and friends.yesterday ;!I I ,--- --- --

And' Knjoyalde: Meeting Tuesday Night Meeting, Pomciana P.T.A. 8:00: Today The Citizen says in an'I ---
i p.m. at School. Topic, "Peaceat editorial paragraph: I yP
fs' ( WirephotoTEN
wr. rt......._ i/ HP art School very welcome addition to the I Home. Christmas music. "Have you noticed that we are ''
T A wa. ....... UM Tuesday school: was the asphalt play- Speaker Chaplain C French. in the season of the year when MONTH OLD ROBERT .1 t.
.... d liar -..* .t tht School ground court and Mr Fowler TUESDAY. DECEMBER 14th-" Santa Claus is becoming more I T. BOYER arrives from Germany I .,Mat
"The Messiah, Key "
.. a pawl. Chrwlmam pro. lave a brief outline of the I Rehearsal West Community Singers. popular every day i i and gives forth a lusty I
P- 1 supervised recreation which the 6 Methodist j howl at New York's LaGuaidia
7:30 P.M., First Shirred !
M. (-lacrdr ....& program I P. T A. plans to sponsor for the' Church. eggs, livers airport. Born in Nuernberg.
(Stone) and
k.J. wM .....d ttIe alrtttngiD I children in this area. Also, men I Meeting and Christmas Party, delicious scalloped tomatoes makes for a'I i the youngster and his mother.
main course a I
saal.a .wiir.a htiagingr tion was made of the Educational l I Mrs. Velma
Women of the Church. First party luncheon Let a tossed ; Boyer. are en routeto I
... UM rtunor Screen Tours to be presented
i net M
I I Presbyterian Church, 8 p.m, green salad, hard rolls and butI I West Union. S. C. to spend
r. tII10k vi IMr pt.pawtiosM I by the Monroe County Audubon at home of Mrs. W. H. Bell, dessert and a beverage complete : Christmas with his grand-
....a. .. tieaMtwta r kuaed Society a splendid project! I Street.
Ii I' 1509 George the menu. The dessert might bean i i mother. Mrs. Myrtle Rogers.
..a rsgarftcance. -:, '
.. w n The Study Course chairman WEDNESDAYDECEMBERl apple cobbler with hard-sauce '
.. .... wart. a vase ., scripttltM announced that the Study Course West Business
I Meeting, Key or fresh pears baked with '
I ...... t lit, !I would be held at the next Room and Professional Women's and brown sugar. spices| Personal Mention 1 I r AI

.". ....... the singing of Mothers' meeting, and ell interested 1 r Club 8:00: P.M., Woman's Mrs. Jessie saWYer. returned +
ty. T A tiara and prayer.snit parents will be invitedto Clubhouse on Duval Street Four medium-sized sweet potatoes -! home to Key West last Sunday JJ
tl sass Lam Maitland. attend this course, the date itP) Wirephoto Opening Night, "Follies of 'will candy nicely if they are after having undergone two I i
..... Y attracting and place to be announced later: I I "* ; i
a .--. -.- 1949, Sponsored by Junior boiled and halved and sprinkled serious operations within a ,
..... ......... alt.Mi.4 hwsUys. After announcing the annual ACTRESS LILA LEEDS non- Woman's Club, 8:00: P.M, with about four tablespoons of period of five weeks in Palm It i
.. Mwaiy .pa nwMai l.'ui Christmas Party for the children chantly pays a $5 fine in Los High School Auditorium. butter or margarine and about a Beach. '
uL Mtrlert'. 'Ave War of the school, which will be heldon Angeles traffic court for jay- HURSDAY, DECEMBER 16th- half cup of dark brown sugar. If t v' If it's a a .

Mm Hit..i it D ftp cave a ren Friday December 17th, Mrs. walking on busy Wilshire Bou- Poinciana School Christmas your family likes spice add a Icebergs frequently are en- : thing aewsiNym'w
11M M.M C.nventionrpaxd Dopp read an article by the levard. She is wearing the sam e Program. 1:30: P. M. at the sprinkling of cinnamon, nutmegor countered far south of Polar : dr .a d
w4tsuA abe .. "FiAmn State's retiring Pre-school Service white turtle neck sweater she School. mace. regions !' .hot faChrhtm.s
I' McAttan was I I Chairman entitled "Just as had on when she strolled across I Closing Performance, "Folliesof YTYYTT.Y9Y9Y9TTTTY9TTTTTT ,
IN.dt d Ma, hued Scat l which ,, the twig is bent the tree's inclined the street and tied traffic in a 1949", Sponsored by Junior I TTYTYYYTTYTTY9TYTTT I i
.. aw.rvd tar rP -.- uf the ." in which she brought out knot. She will face trial soon I Woman's Club, 8:00 P.M., h r. h it -

11IIIII ... ..... T A. mvrtmc I I the thought that it depends with Actor Robert Milchum on j I High School Auditorium. Why Knock Yourself Out? a I.vlyIvl
a_____ i-.imp ....... this being upon the early training a child I narcotics charges. 1 Cabaret Party for Cast following -I va w&ckl
.. d ran ....+reni.Ms tor the receives in the home whether he show, Raul Club. E rCALL 9249 -w
.... ...... A....... I f I will be a good addition to societyor FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17th- 1L6s
A gasp uf Iaaperawrntaltataj.aa i, not; that he must learn obedience TODAY IN HISTORY Pomciana School Christmas To Take Out To Take Out ;

...-...d I very mu good health habits and (Know America) I I Party. 1 P. M. at the School. BAKED I ''
y I Table-Ready
.._. yawns of 1'toe Night ,,. how to work and play with I 1816-Indiana admitted to Meeting, Officers Wives Club E II 'I
Nr.. a.n.e- a rumedyaudience j others as well as receiving a Statehood. Ft. Taylor. Christmas program SIZES I I PICNIC HAMS
as Marl .......... tote I I. good religious foundation. I'I'I 1878-Discovery of Leadville Hostesses Wives of Stuffed with Dressing I 4 to 6 Lbs. .Fully Glazed f'
M hqa thew snag during The door prize, which consistedof l Cola. rich silver fields, which. in Anti Submarine Develop- Pint of Giblet Gravy I Pint of Raisin Sauce :

Mt sabre par. ...mnt*. The lust I I a beautiful home-made coco I the next quarter century yield ment Squadron 1. I 75c Lb. .
and cake was won bX Mrs. ,I "The Messiah," oratorio, presented I $2.45 3.95 I (
was ...prod lit at .tt+cr nut third of billion dollar.; in mm- 1 I ; ,
elfram. d ale Marra. SchoolPTA Charles Gardner, and the. room i erals. by Key West Community I ASSORTED SEEDED
I count was won by Mrs. Thelma :l 1886-rTwo labor unions meet- Singers, 8:00: p. m. 40c Doz.I i tal
Mm A*.tm. **-* presented Watkins and Mrs. MaMourten( ing at same time in Columbu, First Methodist (Stone) I i 9., Lf

.. Mt .....,lai. prwntp.l a te Meador. j I I i Ohio. effect a union-marking Church. To Take Out pit li liJ ;
t41td prasll lawn I aM ladle lu-I The meeting closed with the I the birth of the American Fed- SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18- f Rich HomeMadePOTATO :
rM ...... gift from the Room singing of Christmas, cafols by eration of Labor Children's Christmas Party, i 75C I
........ sad I* T A. Anothei t I the entire assemblage. I. 1930-The Bank of the United 3:30: P. f+i, Junior Chamberof SALAD45c 1I I
__ ____ ____ I Commerce Clubhouse Lb. :

"Harlem; ;Jillvrbng" Number Of j States$200,000000 New York clones with its doom depositsof I Flugler: : Avenue. Sponsored I J I CHERRY. BLUEBERRY i: I

rot i 1941-Germany and Italy declare I, by Jayshees. Creamy Cole Slaw : BUTTER PECAN I +

-Follies Of 1919" To lie Active One*! we declare war on war United on them.States and I Robespierre, descended, French according revolu-to I 30c Lb. e-e-e I MINCE APPLE i r: Iulltwk 1 s r-" 'l ."

and there will 1943 U. S. Rumania tionist, Ls 'i"'t I Ii'1M
Betancourt, warns
Aawh.r number toe Harry
promising tradition, from an Irish family. I Placetmr Order .Noir forDelivery 3 ;
............ in the Tollies of i be a specialty during it, the I Hungary and Bulgaria they must m,. v ..... tllraatt.at.d
.... MM Wednesday and nature ul which is as yet unre- r share with Germany the consequences -I''t'T't''t''t''t'TTTT't'T't''t'T't''t'T't''t''t''t''t'. Christmas Morning; 3 f\; ''t..r ......
P.....:..; ........ December 15th I of defeat. STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE :.
... ...... by Uw Junior Woman'sN vealed. in which Violet 1944-U. S. Superfortresses hit I. Table Ready Baked CHICKENS and TURKEYS, Stuffed ... f $ot "-' w GiaaOt.u ..ari
N M "Harlem Jitterbug" aU and Charles Albury summer-j I Tokyo at intervals of 7 hours. TRIUMPH with Old Fashioned Dressing and Plenty of Giblet Gravy 31

flw' Hvwtively. named act "Harlem Jitterbug" 1944-U. S. 1st Army drives COFFEEMILL ,.catt. dnfita.a Ar
.. *..ture John Dillon. Gail be fast, noisy and across the Colgne Plain in face
W...., IIoeb Simpson. Coleen should be one of the features of of crack German troops. DUFFY'STAVERN \44
......... 'Td Steen and Marge the entire "Follies of 1949." The 1946-John D. Rockefeller, Jr., at l i
stL $!lOIN will TIe presented at the offers the U. N. an $8,500:000 site All Grocer -600 TRUMAN AVENUE AME1lIC % iI'ya 61 ., I,"" ,t 8/Mt _

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JI 1 MIC* Crowd At ,, Batting Star With 1 :.

,; :SSCIIS.. lUiin* Baseball League \ An Average Of .440; How They Stand .. #HJW9Mare ffk1

f )f IaIrltr. .| (::ribs He Leads Butler

i t \' Met Last.Night I Of Same Team LOCAL BASEBALL .
\ OrrIirls. y"
t M1 ,: Rain Key West Senior.3*>eball League :. ) fin,? has ti's r.rr CHI 1..11-.,

.....>.. rv+UMwd .. Kay West The managers and tHe .:pte5l.1 cloudy Batting averages of the Senior (Municipal Stadium) : in cite Way u/ .11.Arli: *... G.p.-.u If h..

|**| MAM. attar MI b mrr of clrnt and other officials of the Ii nd Sun Baseball league up to date. Club-z > 1 L : W. L. Pet /Qr Lr J/.r- aIda r..J' ,
Ieea.. ,....h seine ... PVPI14w Senior league met last night and winds, Brown, the lanky first basemanof Key'West'Clowns 52 .710 '

... t..s.t.d M NC'CS.' under .d Ti the Clowns still leads with his Red Raiders _n_ 4 3 .568 .

.leaihrs d .-.c League next be the' t : cloudi teammate L. Butler not far behind Atom,, Bmber&-,_'ft,|N' .426
Sunday tyrfeUed.ta '
r clear to American. ,Legion i _'"';12. 5 ..283BASKETBALL :; For Her For Him
iirl.Se t Jwita dirt. tEN.tIilaslr.sde Bombers and the Raidefc. < ; A. Mclntoch-and D. Rob- .
thru t; '- : ':
play an exhibition gamett : ; erts follow. ---r-
*eM hna were *- ; lower : Gorgeous xegf.... N My' '
m in the nightcap. t Players- av. r. h. ave. = = :
.-L1 eNlt p1.Mlr eI n..t .. Robe a4 G.w. -
.of. .tJie..CVwps! : : tem- A. Lastres Legion 613 .500 '" : berry
The manager Class .A. Leagu.- h
Nr ........ w4tirlt roerits.i : I e Sets in and Gaep4't. Ti... I hid
a Crepe
E. Brown. Clwns 25 12 11 .440
and treasurer of the League : Club- W. L. Pct ...*
a aeew trwlar'. itwfu.l. i Smith has lost a brother and he r l Florida II I L. Butler Clwns. 24 10 10 .415. Bob's Sport Shop 2 0 1.000 .e' Gow sad Sad Jck Iwo a_ A"R '
... .........1. sitsIlse tsitrDe.lm.m. j will be buried Sunday, and his i ; ; I : winds, A. Mclntoch. Cons 2:) 5 11 .375 '!'. Pollock's Jewels ...__ 1 1 .500 : Sets tG match Tray sad ..... NMtllwa
.II red Ilwr a... 1ft players will go to the funeral I i : ; and D. Roberts, Bmbs 27 2 10 .370 Sonar School .__ 1 1 .500 Pnr Slip. Lace TriM8a4 (Ie .. sad
an I that u the reason he and I : : ; : ath por-II I Vidal. Umbra 11 2 4 .363 Independents 0 2 .000 Also Tafir 4"Seamprui" SMps.
._ w.r.rd trt.aaMII hi. player can not play their ; ; A. Acevedo IUrsO 7 .330: ; I II !!.1 Class-B" League U all ....
.. ..... ...----SU ... WTW (Ptt1e1M scheduled game. ; Rain I I R. Santana. Bmbs 27 5 9 .333 Club- W. L. PcL : Hand-mad Ckia* tm
.... ... reprotedflea. Sun- O. Mclntoch, CIS 13 0 6 .333 broidered Slip. .Uteratotrtrimmed Dma lie .... h II-..
The league will send a wreath : I ;j{Elks Club 2 0 1.000 -
-.rs. 11u in the name of all the clubs. It isolated C. Alee. Clwns 26 7 3 .303.i iGates. i I Sonar School 2 0 1.000 Satin sad Cr**.. w* ,.. ... .....ll
.:.... ... swan d by Raiders 22 4 6 .272 I Gowns in Ptach. Blue and. A ... M a*
was decided that the games Beachcomber Jewelers 1 1 .sool< :
.... /stw eI tits rnerltitre : : ', C. .272' .. .kIrvrw ...a
.. scheduled for Sunday. Dec. 26: ; ; ; north- Valdez. Raidrs 22 3 6 Junior Varsity: ."._n 0 2 ..000Billie's Ivory Jersey Cwa byLuxiie 4 *
.... d Mr 41e.Md. which becom- Thomas Clwns 24 4 6 .250 I from 12... .. U.M
__ : .I
and Sunday. Jan. 2, 1949 be postponed : ; Drive-Ins 0 2 .000; ....
.. SheIte.bn std seats and played on a later date,I ; ; ';: \th por- J. Villareal Rdrs 12 3 3 .250 : I each la Ice Bio*. Mules a4
M. tesieisag rosin touFgu south- D. Lastres Leg. _. 1 :5>> 3 .272, Whit.
on account of the players going to I In 1916,' Georgia Tech eked Slip f Mrft'
... ........ in the the Orange Ball game and may'' north out a moo decision over Cumberland Lace-trimmd Paatic. VT
Most times at bat Solomon and Luxite .
I I with
both be in the city for the games. : to partly : Hall Slip t1NIIq'MJaIV.p.r
d tb alert Ray King A. Mclntoch 29 each.Most largest score ever madein ..
Manager Valdez of the Bombers : Lace Ruffles HTU a
I f football
acid .NH.... Hruuy King will take care of the gate Sun. ) indicated: I runs scored: Brown 12, L: collegiate game.SUBSCRIBE tie and .rtlM wurkeod wtth
day. Mr. Charles Albury. who has I Pierce Butler 10. Mile ease .**.* fans
_ _
.... tea- tier weeks kill14
Most hits Brown and Mcln TO THE CITIZEN
saI r. L......1. | umpired in the different leagues $) strong, toch 11 each.: J r .
I and has played here was given a ,' ) --
W-. .. BhMpn1n.r recommendation by the league i : ; Most dQubles: Acevedo and READY-TO-YYEJIR

...Cheatd..... .... over the A. Mr. Albury is going to camp to ; /:' Butler 2 each. ; DEPARTMENT ........ 1.1I''..
I try to make the grade of Um- Most triples: Brown 3. S.b.4.ed (.+..W ti .... .
aM. rhea Sonar t..1948
I Most homers: Cates 1, Butler-' MTa baT }Just rciv4 ..w
piring and we think that fdr.- ..... Sossi thlerarela. l..r a
f4.d .. rIwIed to 2t ( Office,.
f : for the Htttf7
one. shipment
Albury will make the grade at .
... Gabs I... TMllaw.
: Most stolen bases: Roberts 5. Season *-.. SwU*..
least we sincerely hope he does. I .. .
Sof I Mi >*e fU a Ne.bllls .e
..... 01Meq rwt Acevedo Valdez and Thomas 41 Costa Evaniafl Dr...... Cbtf.dran't ,
If tMlmrai knrkwut --,_ 77 Drets. T... A *.*> T**** MM. .nin t .* f
E..... 14* FAWTUtawL __ 70 each.Most 1 : Sate sad i.... ietrHuai .
CalendarSKATING ;-, times fanned: Curry 10. Dresses. Little Boy A**
Sports -*. 74 Jack Villareal 9, Casado 8. I Wool Suit. Ma.'. Suite sad
f flr NIeM AMvtcn lee : -- 71 i Most times walked: Allen 8. Pants AU Shed sad
fare AMuftau. Jr. I AL Acevedo. J. Mira and r
e.4 A V "......... I*.. Bayriaw Park. Night : .16 ins.' era, 7.When. Anfiui- : DrnaShirta. HAH.It.cIlI.J.!
a.. ....... too a draw. FRIDAY .16 ins. .
... ....... Ito. FAWTUMI 1:30: to 9:00: p.m. .42 ins.' John Kimbrough full- ...... L.-. tlhrur ..
Tb.rlla cnl. -- : 46.28 ins. back of the Los Angeles Dons, 'Venetian Blindsof CHILDREN'S .Mess .. w.... ..11 .-
..... Mel. ....... ....
f 4 i MI TENNISBayview ins. missed the Buffalo recently lie 4 M ie

.*%*. <. .. awed rvMk*. ( '. it was the first time in 36 AIM !*... .r. b.es .. t .
JW Umi.... >M. N A S. and Park. Afternoons : games that he failed to appear. Childraa'a Ba... P*)* *.*. %.... MJ sad CtbtlMn. i
Art J t Ot w. IM. FAWMf. : Slips and P*atiee. Umbrellas Sad MftM0lMflfll. t _
Daily play. Mail The S and Raincoats Me t* Mta.. ... *t -
Citizen Relatives
1MIIIrh EC felt ( ) to I
..... ----. wa. SIIUFFLEBOARDBayriaw .
n a htr.b. ............ ( Park) : Caldes Channel 4
efdlh..,.ta les Isrt.. .ad .......... Daily. play.SENIOR. 7K)1: ) a.m. (north end) _+2h 10m -+1.4 ft Such clean Venetian blind! May we remind you that we .*ffy a eoftK.l1'l'

3 .aaaw_ 0. .. aM brat : 5:40 p.m. NOTE oOo Dust skids right off Ftau- LINE of SHOES for Every Netter .4 lie k.sMrt I
.. tor areahp BASEBALL 2:55 p.m' : rum it's .0 ..tiJa-smo th!
(-)- signCorrections
litis.e. tat
> ,
This aluminum bends for
Afternoon 3:23
Municipal Stadium. : a.m..
to )subtracted
VytlMa/os 1 1M.t .
'.-..- SUNDAY, DEC 12- << I (+)-Plus sign 'Corrections to quick bl'Ulh-ups.anapa back .
tweMt Ir draw
into !
4 Tint Game-American Legion be added. perfect shape Lighter HAS. ARONOVITZ rtUfluluamURWflWI
DIlileM Ifs. .
n. I easier to And the
Red Raiders. operate.
vs. )
.. .... U. P Maa- Second Game-Atomiq Bomber I 1 beauty lasts! Plastic finish I
Mt'tLatt! /+" vs. Key West Clowns. -ie) won't chip or crack. Flexaveatherproof. +$ ar key Welt"I Lv fttt Staff rAPPfllOUTH
wI lfi3.tw SUNDAY. DEC. 19- Opera Guild oi Miami Presents leai ie 6re..f. M-pr.ef

the wlettwrI.sg First Game-Atomic Bombers \ ;() a.m. IETRQJoLlrAN.OPERA S
tatrl III. U6S I
.....1 vs. American Legion. :: p.m. STARS Cuttem-maJe .*ljr. Con

,.. leas -...- a H WW'- Second: Game Key West !! I. cfaoOM from beautiful colr E Store of Fashlcii*
t._. IA p- end ... Clowns vs. Red Raiders. DATA "A1DA" *. .brinj window meu.UfeDIeDr. The
$44 Ita. PI_. Sonar SUNDAY DEC 26First WP- .. So ioexpensie 1 =
Game-Kc" West Clowns of IS. 17. 18 and 22
r ttrlsw January Convenient Payment Plan
......... k vs. American Legion. water
wit age \\llh MarJr I.aNreseeFred.rleh CALL-PHONE 1042
e>1M ..... ._ W NIIT .. Second Game-Red Raiders vs.a'j ...8 cr I_>.... .KMrvla ...> -KEY WEST- A Gift Sly HApptwiak 1 1E
Atomic Bombers. 0.0 ft M.ar..a-1.a. P "
...A1t l rtl.tad rare << I XVK1TK for TK'KiT.S to MiamiOIMTH VENETIAN BLIND CO.
airy Aar/IMr. elltta. no" SUNDAY. 2- Uuild. i:i S U. :Z:lh Road. ... ... ... .
Sir mad. a..I La tlrrt,sates,. First vs. Game-Key AtomicBombers.West. .Clowns. -\ ;;:: : :: t] Miami KlaPrlcru SJ.HI: 'a .1.10O. lat l.c.you're %123\!DUVAL...tla-. Nil.STREETHeadquarters J.1..l... le E --. .. tit\r" *

t .- i-.1 wsr C1w4rNM.1M Second Game-Red Raiders vs. t ) J( r .
... IA.klwM.4 Ofiir11k. American Legion.
P I. at' So
A.r. Mr.. wN.A. Font Game-Red Raiders vs. I for I j .. ....... b ,'......

; IM.. U.Y ..- Key West Clowns. if'I :

err J N Mirtil.a.tAs Second Game-American Legion FLEXEES LIFE ....
tlslatee.r t Ii.rttle..n..n..e. vs. Atomic Bombers.
b lee 'I

1U ibr kg4uttltgntr High School Gymnasium 5 feet 5 MAIDEN FORM t
.v M. ge nt.li Night) BRASSIERES.Children's .. \ .
M.ttrf.ea '
arid Tun To be announcde. Z .
.1 ..hllS11. till
!3113! .d al. r.4raaMtsatsi or less V
a.a/.e 4 toy
WW' Joe Gordon of the Cleveland I w. ..... -
.... : '
(tt.s1. 1iidlek ,
Indians has been named to the oys I ..
d9r4.ab N1H. PwtW second base post on the American I: 7- Leslie Fayfits and SPORT SHIRTS E t..::""

II IIIII-VIVN \\ I\: .:il-I time*League. All-Star team eight' l I .' ...,. ..
Featuring RED GOOSE ...
you to a J Jthe E t %
The San Francisco '49ers of the SHOES for Children 1 pItNlRie
i All American: Conference this I .. .
season went through an entire .
game with New York withoutreceiving GiftHeadquarters '\
I a kickoff. f.f.I f.I \ V I'Ii\\ ,IIY r
Betty and Carol Boza and Betty : i ..
I llamley l Lovely Gowns. Slips and I '
The CM Alumnae cooperated j Panties Gotham Gold I ?S.f
with the program and prepared I party print Stripe Hosiery Hand I i
.:.cncr ad infmitum. This del ff* Bags in Leather and Suede I / ,
| r:artmcnt was in charge of I Catalina Sweaters I J .
Mcsdames I Mary Lee Graham. A slow curve of collar.. Tailored and Dressy Blouses : E iJr' .. mnBrighten
I Dull(? McDermott and Angela s quick frank jut of Beautiful IMPORTED I

.Caf) I pocket a spattering Handkerchiefs in Pastels.. : .
1! I The response to the r Towel Ssts. Bridge Sets. .
I I ::1 the many requests for a repeat d of flauers..Rayon crepe. Pillow Case Sets and Table
: performance lead '.t. I. I l 'i printed with lilies-of-the- Corers. I: (: 111.k' ll Kiise' litr-

I I 11J promise another Boxing night.t I valley on black, coffee
be held next month. The .' Nice Selection of Draperyand E lloluhtys
a :) he announced siion. green aqua gray.Precisionsized Cretonne by the Yard ..

14 ,.....YYT........ t to Tailored and Pmcilla
minimize alteration Curtains Lace Curtains WITH BATES lID .rUlle "A'"
C worries. SHOWER CURTAINS ..<... M1lMlt1j .....
Sizes lOT to 20T. Cotton Dresses I1'IM&' .

C. 935 TRUMAN AVE. $14.95 $2.98 to $3.95 I --- --

1 FOR MENDress Don'Forgcl the Y fHIWJA1'

CC e.t 4 I
? and Sport Shirts by
i ; Apollo and Marlboro FLESHSKIN: DOUt COWIOY te.C1JIR.. .
Hickok Belts and Jewelry It POLICEMAN vtmomm rot tov
s W rph tale Esquire Socks Slacksin COWGIRL t MIa POI oaa

WX"..KU'a, ..hikersN..aJrt FOR attractive Colors and I E _
l'aiearM' .y a AUHei Plaids Catalina Sweat.
A...... ... .14a Ole .. ers and Swim Wear i
I... bf. ........ ktm by t ...n OLUTEL1' Shoes by Johnsonfan.I i I. APPELROUTH'S

MM .,....!... AUkUtt CUkfc t /A
ii $aW t/.b .. t.... .....&aM.
I APPEL'S 926 Duval Street .I..
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