The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00280
 Material Information
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 20, 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: UF00048666:00280
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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VOL._LX1X. No. 302 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. MONDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1948' 1MM!.-1l1.-....

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Of Car Barn __ .. I .____--'_--"_' __.'?_,. __ ,. ,_

Sale rws Chinese Premier Says

Property Will Be Seeks Honorable Peace


Up Before Board .3

To lie Considered- r wrk F, With Communist Forces

Al Meeting J 2 Snowstorms -k-kg. ,

Tonight __ 11II r' ''f'"I" ,A of Stiv. iIn." 'lltlHf i ( I."'" III .

Hit N. Y. 119Inchi Un-American (; Niiii1J1'Ntuli1tNM;
tl 1. h.lillW providing for the k Nr iti1pi '

.....!Is.!Swianton MM "old car'street barn"east property of- FallOne r' ([llrinng lnv 7o I........,. :. "

......... sweet and for the' ,c w 4 Investigators .
calling tee ta. lgw+..... ......

'HR"I".tt of $7$ occupational Conies From NANKING. 0.... )S-'Foe ......... p.a ..- __ '-' ...

.aeaiva f*... charged eight solinters -I i' Fast m..tii fCIIIKK .. tile .sails ..... N (ltd traatt iuI S ..... tlrrwar

uf art-et-town dealers are Western Plains And (.;>) Wirephoto:Working agalast W e..mwai..a. ..... "aa h IT jlj1l.--. ..S tit .
fcuniK tieae that will be con- i ........
...M< at tonight's meeting of Outer Sweeps Up Coast SHEET-COVERED BODIES LIE BESIDE: the tangled wreckage:"el two large passenger buses I K -
Mi. City Commission. Object Is To Complete eq. atttM. .mar
I which crashed and,burned U. S. 40 Delle. Utah Delle : IIEU) I .
TW .......tloll railing for the From North Carolina on Highway near Saturday. is 63 miles small] ... .. -e...-

.*.. .4 tfc* 4d car barn property+1 1M. west of Salt Lake City. At least 12 persons were killed and an estimated 40 to 50 injured in the Spy Case n.for"N'ct. t4MlM .. b.4. ..ir.

.<. if M made, be done on4.e.r.i..4K4attan IOF Ammmrlmtr* .-r._> t accident: according to police. I pignut i a. .____-

6t the Key West NEW. YORK- Dec. 20. This _._.._ _._.. Congress; !' Mret; ... 1 .. A .. ,.
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... ..........rdd chairman. Cometi..ryiera city is digging out of two snowstorms i i LN ACCIDENT 1 Expert Iiwcloaurce!' I a4.-.. ... .. ...

A Maitland Adams Lodge Caretaker Fires 1 Br AMMtlatr4 Pma. c 'w d9.-ms ra. ..rI1
that came within three .... ... .
air 144 d. J. Dion and Horace ; I ;a1 nw WASHINGTON, Dec 20.-Th .... ., >
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O1kH.I end Bench A- Ramsey. 'inchesof the fall of the record- House Un-American Activities : ....
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A.e.rdta i g to the UtHity Board Shot Her HeadWoman Committee I .
Through 4 is striving to speedup e,, .. a.t,4 .
d..ae. sale
N MM of the car barn breaking storm of a year ago
to' the spy cases so that they will .ct ." t ore.
'r at thin lfan be ad-} I.
= "TM cer'barn property *u The storms came within short Taken To ,. k be finished before the new con .. .a. _aa _,
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into January -
gress -
goes session
.erby City Electric System '
periods of each other. One came .. ... .
ari to urrupied by the Key Homestead Hospital 3rd. i. r 1e ..
W M*TMM>t CnmpanyTW from the western plains and the I I Man Falls Off 1 It was announced that three ... .....

.ael/p.tienat 1 Itcriue taxes other moved up the coast from Employed fly lliautiFiremen's more witnesses are scheduled to: dRi ;,. t ,. rs" u. ... .......1 ,

..... appear before the committee and ...i" .' .. n .... b.. .
4 tt.P eight firms and
I la..r..4uis i to Mid to be in viola- this North Carolina.when It was the 2 o'clock second IAnlge I Bridge And Is the grand jury in New York thatis .'. ". ,. .-.....
morning I
t4M .l Mae atatr. supreme court A woman caretaker employed considering the Hiss-Chambers f r 4 ri M
blew ... ,
out to
storm sea. cases. \' -
r4-..... the MM|in ttte license city must fees act col-to Nineteen and one-half inches I by the Miami Fire Department' to Beforethe end of the year, a .. ................ ..

he4. ... /...... the.. *4ghtrevolution of snow fell but, despite the handle the, Firemen'* Lodge at Drowned SUII.t member of the committee stated -/e. .t ,t. t. .. MM
Aiidber to be con- said I Rock Harbor tried to kill herself t ; startling disclosers are likely to +.tari.IlLe. w. f'r'
fall O'Dwyer
heavy Mayor
.dre./. a.-Chl by the cocnmis- { late Saturday by firing a shot be made. W ,1. M.. Mr. ..

eitew .._.... far a correct tax this afternoon that .cleanmg-up; through her head according to Highway Patrolman 1 u. iMri 4tllfiw. +....

aw- surf t bf 12.033 against the city has proceeded at a rapid I Peace Justice Roy Ilamlin, who Arks" Coast Guard F: .' ww __s Ir .. t.-
Work .
OTI > e4w'y II ServiceCharter pace investigated.The I ih. Repaving 5tei Aar rams sr.sa.iArit

'- -- --_ woman Lucille Kessimakis !'! Here To Aid In -
31, taken to Smith Hospital I i'i Is r
was -
Boatmen Ask I at Homestead and today Ii i!I i Search For Body f Completed S.Ir..l .

-. was reported in serious condition. 'I
II It was not known today whether An unidentified man drownedby Greene street was n'pan"l) h i i. Against f 1).1.f ) kIn

she would live more than a few toppling off Teatable Bridge Saturday, the final job in Key I

Use Of Garrison Bight .1}hours. near Jew Fish Creek in Overseas West of the Finley Smith Corer. I I HARLAN COUNTY JUOOCW.

Randolph Faxon, "24 who had 1'', pany of Dania. which has carriedon tit
... .._- bcCTi. iytng M'the,Fieemerr'sLodge :Highway. early _Sunday. ...morn a xathetvextenslve-resoMacirMf: *,'. J. R. aa.Jttt. J f
-: 'rI according to .State High-' w _
I'rr i/4w1,4 t In' ; ling the swore to a a .N.tl.S411.
rnt program in city
told Hamlin that he had i
with her. She had '! way Patrolman vA A Stevens City officials admitted today I' charging bee...*f C-fci (abetS. 1'AAia. 1. N 11r t.., ..
an argument
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llrar Of NNillianl' ANOTHER GOAL
that Greene street not 4.ilr.air s iA
been drinking, he said. He walk- of Tavernier. was up to 21. Evarts. Ky- police skid.. east .
!''! the standard of the C silOs d rerllr.bd A.3N Nr.thitar.
asked other str-fU
ed from her and had highway patrolman
away goneabout ::
Oil (;. Arr with fctttoi .. .... .
*iii| tfii There army ... a .gll
75 feet when he heard a : the Key West Coast Guard to ; repaved. was a shortage of.
but' \uw: Fru.i ,k shot send a search vessel to the vicinity material, including asphalt and Bryan MtddlMtoo. 4*. retUu* ,1 I .t. 4A.a oala/It.. .. t.

He ran:: back to the building in : of Teatable Bridge. The local : the resurfacing work suffered a> i, rant operator. MuUUtM: was I wwsr. .

f w rV-r bnajmen today applied which Mrs. Kessimakis had been ,j i I Coast Guardent the message to a result : i, indicted several weeks to 11 s1 .. rs114.. i-
City Maaaxer Ralph .D-1 Ott sitting and found her lying on the the District'Headquarters at Mii (JPt Wirephoto "But Green(?sUet is infinitely : "L.. -

Iw tM uw et( space at flfcarCThe bullet from the .25 caliber ami.. but it .U:;not known here I j better than* it. was" said a connection with slayi** ol a I r w
iH which sent to the 'MRS. WHIT-TAKER: CHAM officiat4u -It's ...... d 5 ... m .......
Gwl..l UtgM they ., revolrer had c:1tered.tbe left whether 9 boat was city a too bad former Evans poltco I(1--
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I ..... rMre ItsIw b..U. side of her head and had core Keys. BERS (above), wife of the admitted the street could not have been put Combs is the filth. poke1 w ..1w..& 4trieri a
awl .. __ ...
flier ..*. to be certain that out the right. I I I in the fine shape the other streets at.5 wM
I wiN demand the aa'4t to Chief frm communist espionage but it couldn't be in Evarts sine August .1141. wlra o .
tic e/lv nut Calling Henry Chase were just ==
Roof Deal .
ywlsv .cork fur their invests t (Continued On Page Six agent, leaves police helped." : ';t:1:
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I r ... raehlMlro
tMrktag facilities would I
I, I station in Baltimore. Md Sat I4_. .... .
y 11.ww ltly
.. lbir mi sire d, according to ; ) haws
1 Scouts To after released .... .
.. made tit Boy urday being: in Telll i' ew M
Ls City ,1'rnrlir
...t today $1.000 bail for further hearing. s Scr\'i'c'ro Close ,. '" ... .... ..... ... ., ..

Tar rue the charter FALLS oMnti -' At 7:33 A.M EST !- Ail. -. tau .....
a te4awage Meet Thursday Mrs. Chambers i. charged with w. .JMltlt.w r1 .. ....
L.larw. is .two of the Standard ; i (/I )-Mayor John Connell spared -
011 ta.aIday Caroline street i the treasury in a deal with 15 causing the death of a 70-year. St;>tion- Tf'rnn For Holidays' ) ( ire ..... M ttM 4r.OLltae.
) Mr.. ......... .... ..... h..
wilt .rya be u *tat*, according toIle Boza Will Talk i high school students. They put a old woman in en automobile Atlanta 31
......... roof on the new town hall and he Augusta '33 6AIS ..d t1A.irf. 1I ".. .
boatmen. Stand-
The -cident. In background are Chn.tnw. h'.b.tt.. lar ..i4erripl"v" .... .
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.. A meeting arranged to have a skating rink I 41 -
tf OM m fcsMMtng storage tanks : of. Boy Scouts Billings .
her attorney and his wife.'Midnight inruj wjrlwr* 1st Ow ......., 54 1'sdia.M ...
..4 a hueMtng on the Caroline Troop 52 will be held Thursday for them. Birmingham ------- ---.- 31 Key West office Ml MM *..... ....... ............. h
at4. -.*. .< the property and night at 7:30, St Paul's Parish -- ---- I Bismark _ __ 27 State Kmpfoyinrftt S**.... J MKrught.

_> etas4l r boats would not be HalL j Boston ______ -. 0 2-1 Jr. a.rwsmr/

vt.sble. town the shore Ernest Avila, Assistant Scoutmaster Mass To BeHeld Buffalo .____...___ m m._ .. 22 .. The office maitattote will he el Can't{ t I'ark IN
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..... tote. long dock extending has been taking a special Charleston ----_ -m --- .. -- 35 from Thumiay Ha.... II .. .
all iMw Hi* water from theM new Camp Councillor course at I Chicago _ 27 23. through MM.y. !) *. It
.......... ( Company's proper- the University of Florida, this At Naval Station I Corplu Christi 51)I ) No claim fur tMMM0fc.)r.. -r.l Swillniril SlcrrlMOTOHH. .
It waa mtuH. during the hum-, being the first time this course : Denver 47 will hr lab.
.._ uf last September S (ft Photo I, has been offered there He has I Detroit 28 nn compensation t'mplnymr',,t .rrv.nwill ...w....a/Ml.... ..... .... ... ....
learned new Scout songs: and will 1 37 .If ... ..... ..... fa ...... .
I FL Worth .
S tees
DR. THOMAS W. AYERS Friday ISiphl, \ j be p-.r.or1 I a* aar a satpoints .
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teach them to the boys at the : Galveston 59I art rrnir4A.r4 or1V'
J. Collins Jr. (above) of Atlanta. Ga- 1 It'I through the kindness of the Sisters or in the lnr4 wfftr via .
< Baptist meeting. t'Arld da..1i tM.rw.
: : To IJr Marked By I 1 Jacksonville 49 these days maploymcnt .. llrrwh
There will of the Holy Name who have ._ ......
medical missionary in China < be present at Thurs- I Kansas City .. .. 31 l c--.
I Siof I trained them for this occasion. aa.MrwuUna istheHuicd Ydbw ... .... .....
Storekeeper for celebrated his ', day's meeting only Eagle i r ni KEY WEST 76 in the Key Weal ..... -
many years j
Scout w titer .r .... fib......
t of Troop 52 Oscar Boza In order that the townspeopleof 74 s w
West for aftnnnn wilt kr
Key Airport Thursday;
90th birthday Sun. i I Convent: Choir; I .. ......
anniversary i; now in the Army Air Corps and Key West may not be disappointed Louisville 32 taken Thursday f. T._ 1- 5

r At t Sub HUM: [ da Jand the attainment of his j stationed in Panama, but who is I The ball Park of the U. S.: in their desire to attcndMidni Meridian 32 "In put year*NMITMSMI. aM. ..nis. .,. i' ....r4 std .. .itil _.... .t
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home Key West on furlough. I -
in ht Mass, Captain Joseph
latest Miami. 71 hav ..4 MvChnsta
i goal- sane old age. i it i Naval Station will be the scene I t"mpkJYl'ft rem
i.MKAT: LAKES. III, Lk20..- 1 Dora is Assistant Scoutmasterof I Farrell Jr.. U S.N., Commanding, 23 id Mmw .N .waeiad "--.... sbw'
t'qlMy"lrnt amu.aei at
beautiful Catholic Minneapolis
...4t.. A C',4lMM Jr storekeeper.t H. war decorated by two presidents a Boy Scout Troop in Panama of the ceremony | Officer of the Naval Station ex I 32 otitor a4ai' .Nlrw p..tnlg all r ....... ..

IMt4 a!rsei. USN hukiMnd of of China for his medical : and will give a short talk on !I 24th of of December Midnight at Mass 12 o'clock on the I j tends a cordial in.itati'n to all New Memphis Olll'an 46 then is the first as tuur Utr Key ..... lwa ....... ....... '

b. JtilMi A Collins, :3 Cot 1ic work among the Chinese pso- ;i Thursday evening at the meeting I midnight. !I civilians to attend the ceremony I New York __. .__. _--___ -._. 23 F.mr.4u''mrnt. h... rkwel I.e .one ta'41I.aI. .. ..
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ftw .
the Panama Scouts .
law Key West i is serving at on Boy
.. I Specially prepared for this Special( instructions will be I Norfolk 33 than Chri..... IksKm.*H
..IMMINI base. Pearl Harbor.callatreed Dr. Ayers is the father of their activities. occasion j '. ... ..Ut ......wKee.
: : altar has been erected I I to the gate sentries to admit -' 31 s+ld.
CoL Mall Ayers.editor and an given 1 Oklahoma City ... ,.. ..
the Naval er- publisher ... ........ tr .na a '
: and will be decorated by Mrs. j I all who desire to attend. Omaha aI Unenvf4uynirt r> .
Oct IV W4\ and received of the Anniston (Ala.)
M I Virginia Baker wife 0' the local i! Ceremonies will be preceded I {! Pensacola n claims "Hw-4uir (tor Y nuytH
Ma rwriMit trakMng at the Naval Star. Palace Theater I nurseryman. This is the first i by 15 minutes of Christmai ; I Pittsburgh 27I :Monday will .ttf taker t 4IIP w..fc

Tttr.i.tt Center. San Diego Yvonne De Carlo and Dan Duryea I event of this: kind at the Naval i i Hymns to be rendcrc,\ by the! I Roanoke 31SL later' at whnhtmt tiMSM.... ( ) ( \

l'nwctrl. .. 1346 DODGE. 4-Door Sedan (In Technicolor) in I Station in several years, and a | Mary Immaculate Choir. Louis .- 3.1be may file claims f'ir two wk. ., i1appropriate .
>Unng from West New Paint New Seat Covers "RIVER L\IY" | large congregation;: is expected. { Officiants of the Mass will I San Antonio 31'' tn K.aaPt where .,. A.aia.e f t.... AW9'n' R&r.s, .
vas Srdri.td Key A special invitation is extended I Father Otto E. Sporrer, Chaplain,. San Francisco 40 few claims takrnan ItA f1.Mias,t"n ..
.1418-r l.+itiwsl a Perfect ConditionNAVARRO News and Shorts .. R., Key W... ... r..
to the parents and families of the ; USN., C.fohrant! : Father Gregory I Seattle 39 -i thrsr. primarily .iIMyhment Itl O..i $1. .>....... Mii.rnw
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..........--.... Inc. ------ -- --- ---- Girls Choir of the Convent of : Palubicki Chaplan. USN. Dca. Tallahassee .17 'liiin) will, l I .k> n ... i
Mary Immaculate who are singing con; and Father John Mullins, S1J : Tampa C9j ) tim othi! h ft".n, IOn ('hi, .. .
Opposite Bus Station
BRADY'SCHOICE the Solemn High Mass ., Sub-Deacon. j Washington 32I

'_ I Builders Hardware -' -.1 II I- Din'I \ftwl. ......, r. _
Ti.ETOE I I : Owe ..... .. .... .... .. 11

1114. WUU Straet Phaoa 140 .+savcpSHOPPING TELEPHONE 816 191 I Ford Convertible: I A* 4L..q tla r. a .a
........_.A. .. i SJ50 S1QOO !I Egg Nag II .......
-- ---- I From to Per Box )1910 Ford Tudor 1444 ..... alb a.a.i

I -ALSC 1939 Chrysler! Sedan i I It !if -trs Mw n..M d" wAAaMgMllr

MIAMI KEY WEST Ql S115 _.... ...1 bee.t1tM '.
Toilet Articles Etc.
BARGE LINE. Inc. i Perfumes
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.J. i SERVICE STATION + Quality Up--Price Dw
I c Francis at Division Phcne 313iLETUS I d
Monroe Motors
n., DAYS Spray ot inc. l A i.A'RY' I

e t Irry Friday 5 TILL CHRISTMAS 1 .... Change Your Oil I Telephone 379 Corner Duval St. and Truman Are. PHONE 729 I h ...- .111-t.



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t i .. (Ije, .2Crn Hirst Citizen! GOOD NEWS TO KEY a..t WEST' ---: Tw TTnt.r T nflnniniuiiDOHiioflnnniuiiiiuiuuiiincuinttniuinB!! : .
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1 .-- 'TODAY'S West In f 1th4e'I
__ r .Mt..f4 wary Cteeet ..* *?. Vy _. Key fI
i 1- P. aR'ti.1t. OW... a.. ......... After more-thAn-rour' years' 6f waiting -j -
I ._..* ... AMTMA. ....- ..-... I I
;. r.... TN. ClU... MrlldlagI sometimes anxiously and great deal BIRTHDAY. Days Gone By ,
CM*** q#* aa sad Aaa Street "I')
I 1 //I!y 4aNrA.M....raNr., <-_I*mtrM KyV t and of the time almost hopelessly Key West I BY EMILY NOME
now has definite' assurance that a ferry By (rF) Newsfearures' AS TAKEN FROM FILES I AI' Itf_"""'"
; Asir-. K.ir <...*. ft.t.a. .. s.eond elm matterj ..A......... a ...., OF THE CITIZEN OF -
will be between here and
j rness operated DECEMBER M. 1938 chlltIs fcand tt Wtth .M... rr; ar4sosced
? MH *rH' r THK A OCIATED BRANCH WESLEY RICKEY.born 28 tight of him thin
t *. .*. A.-.....t.4 rr.M I..telrslrely entitled to Havana. ; Bmmunmimnumuurnimramnimniniiminnium'' Chapter eagerly Nasle ..= ",. ..911lR..a
: wvit** .( all ...a patcha credited Dec. 20. 188L.: off (la farm t in answer"to $.
. .. rtMltM. !. this and Time Citizen had i PAT came running "Did hear. Joe? hurtle fis -i w
1, *% .. Taper and again, The : near Stockdale Ohio. The man Last week local fishermen call. He blinked at sight you She'sto Iha Iai ta+..
| pblI.4 a r Hollywood. ga 4
wows to
who invented the "fajrm) system". of I of the sitting up.-She tact hietit A"rr
been informed that the ferry would be brought to port 16,000 pounds vast patient be in picture"
at N.nunv, MATRS in baseball is i kingfish and mackerel. As this is grinned at him. clipped her fat -. .. '-
;a ._ I1SMAU .... operated on such and such a date, and as said to earn the!, Christmas week local fish com-,I -Pfle pillows behind me. Pat hands.His -We wont lift her. wfv tM -.... _wth.
7. _. .. I." the information was received jn good faith highest salaryin panies are not buying fish for 1 rm sitting up. Im too w!ak in I We'll keep her here with w we .. tieddua4 :=
.___ __ Lee stand. but there'snothin' .
the to
_...,_ on .21 it was passed on to readers, but, each time. 1 lam Having the work-game. shipment until after the holidays.t'I legs wrong with my Sittingapparetty" She'll wont be let lonesome her EO to out HoUjTMoa there She* ....

_fcMTI< 'l\U KATE the date of operation was postponed. I J j won't know anybody. Mm
M... M..w. .. "pUralloft 'ed his way on'} Several sponging vessels: arrived Mrs.- Monahan. safely braced Td give half my life to lb. a
But now we have informattlorl f an f 'through school in port today and their," with pillows beamed At having. star in Hollywood for one day.' rr ere :;

All ....... aaa IfXtAI.OTICR...,, ... .. .( "._11.. r *olotlonvMtwrr indisputable nature ,\ r''tb Vnjled t States he Holds doetors"degrees -I catches will be placed on sale on : won her first step. said Lottie. .... .
_I...... .*._>. .U, will beI in; the municipal dock Lottie groaned."Yoa shou1d 1.t She turned away lest shy.,
.. .. Marine Commission- 3 Ifcef r at aU. ; ] be The doctor said so. more. It was all so ridicukus She ... l
Mr ..<..,....mM kr eh.rch.. from literature! and I morrow. : sitting up. witadew y..,... ...e Ire. .
f a ......,. le !. |.., .,.".. are I eats a Ifasy to' insurea..loan1.of.$1; ,65Y,001{) { tb i law. His color-) ( "''Since fc-hen do doctors know started to look out the there. ...
t1tm. U sad InrlUs 01.! wants to keep and heave a sigh but waf .
sa pn forum anything? He just
.. *( p..Mi. l_a' !9 ...! vbjrctB of local. ort complete the "cab,!Queenj"ffrvly! : } between ) -. lul'athletic ca-1 At a meeting last, night of me sick so he can wheedle more no chance. A taxi had Just stopped ..
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i k.t It .ii| .0' publish anonymousKMKK I front of the door and R(MB lie 'N'1N.It
Troop 1, Boy Scouts' df America o. And that he in
..". here and Havana: carrying automo* Branch Rickey money
rots interrupted
r .*' ,.. T. I reer was -; in Wesley House.' 'Joe AustirifPierre :does. Pat. take the worried look was being handed out by a taU. that n..ul1T.:'
by tuberculos&C- Former Another ear a
biles and man.
passengers. general of the Cardinals! was appointed quartermaster 1 off your face. And put on a clean rolled and several men with r...... M WLett ....,-
Of that much we know a"s a certainty. manager for the to be shirt; They're conun' to take pictures up .. .. .
he is now president of the Brooklyn encampment of us.what for I don't know cameras: poured out ef it. Lottie .. ......
It was further said that the ship will begin Dodgers. .-Ro held on Wednesday. night. except that I do know I won't stood fascinated but shouted over ..
I her shoulder XaWIr ...... n.s'indeed .
made lying .
\ on
Williams ...
H. G.
.operations next summer. Traveler Magazine in its current -. me back like a sick cow. Nowdon't -Rosalie's here. And the camera
president of the Gulf-Atlantic Transportation TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES issue carries: an illustrated j start saying no because it men." 1 lit Mrs
article about the Overseas High- has to be. It's for Rosalie. Lottie Joe came and stood by her sUei gtilllg to. iii. tts.. r
which the "Carib herNy.
Company owns 'I to know what watching.A crowd was collecting. .
do happen
way unOer the title, "One Roadto you 'I think II ;..:II
Rosalie smiling dinging %o-
do posed
has said several occasions thatas (Know America good our mugs can possibly
Queen, on ) Key West. Rosalie?" Wayne's arm. Then suddenly the. forgive me.. .. nar,
1794-John D. Godman noted full of them. Rosalie *t'a My he 11e .
soon as additional capital was received, I "Rosalie is going to Holly- house was d1at/M aaseip
.a4T1t0YLMLRh: KEY WEST professor of anatomy naturalist L. P. Artman publisher of The came up to Joe and kissed him M Jam wtah
ADVOCATED BY 'THE CITIZEN' everything possible would be done to have editor of the first medical journal Citizen left this morning for Mi- wood. And lightly. A bulb flashed. Rosalie'* newherssaiaiid. M.w .....
the at the earliest possible The fat woman blinked. laugh ripped out.Isn't ?r... ......
ship running west of the Alleghanies born "
I I at ami where he will meet his son, what will she do way out there? it awful cf us to descend Tlee a *eu ssy ...
-. date. Annapolis, Md. Died April 17, Norman Artman who is business Lottie gasped at such abysmal on you like this with cameras?* Mom. Misr ., m hose ..

Mora Hotels and ADartments. In view of the acquisition of that ad- 1830. manager of the Ocean County ignorance. "Make pictures of Joe smiled faintly. They don't to pt ,JJ.ea se iii
Beach and Batht&c ParlUon. 1813-Samuel J. Kirkwood, Leader at Point Pleasant, N. J. course. She's going to be in pic- want any pictures of me new.Sure ." He gave trs' rawsse
Airperts-TsBd and Sea. ditional capital it is safe to presume that Iowa farmer her noted Civil War They will return to Key West, tures. We'll be able to see her in we do." cried a camera mad> her .u...emher lift
where Norman Artman will pictures." man. "Pick: her up in your arms to tleltj a* ...
LL CasMollditlon of County and Mr. Williams will bend every effort to- governor U. S. senator, secretary
did now because he
her like Mtrr aw
f Pat made a contemptuous ,es- carry you that
Oty CwcmmanU. ward the completion of the ship as soon as of the interior born in Harford spend the holidays visiting relalives ture. "I dont believe it. She night the rowdies egged her. deserve* ....nc. ...
Cuinrrunltj Aoditorium. County, Md. Died Sept 1, 1894. t and friends. wouldn't stoop to nothin' like turned ad-t sWibye. ...

possible. 1827 Lydia S. Hasbrouck, that Not our Rosalie." ROSALIE held out her arms.. bums I wish y.s e.5
"= Readers of The Citizen; will recall that. Middletown, N. Y. physician A Cuban sloop, Aguila de Oro, "'Stoop!" Lottie felt strangled do it. Joe. I must cess both tawtfe pkiw.e .e.da
.. dress reformer the ongmal"Bloomer" owned by Leicester Hemingway, "Everybody would give a right have publicity, it seems. Don't say *( tike Ita.a .... twtrtl
The Citizen several occasions
took the
on brother of for anything yet. Wayne. HI have Into a star'Her
girl born in (Orange novelist Hemingway arm to be in just one picture
MONOGRAPH P. & O. Steamship Company officials to was today hauled up on William one minute. It-it's fame." three days on the train to ex woke. wy
Co, N. Y. Died Aug. 24,,1910. wouldn't nothing." cried plain." not a star yet .
task for opposing the insurance of the loan. Wickers marine railway to be pt give "Y4iUnUy ..." .
rock Kofneni.Ii.n 1861-Cyrus Townsend Brady I Joe swept her up In I his arms
As The Citizen said on those occasions it .'I clergyman popular and prolific I cleaned and painted. P"Nor I." piped up TuffY. anxious and stood facing the clicking at high as yer. ..
::> >i Herald. It handsome shot. N. ttlrlr/ad M
born to get close to Pat. cameras. was a
novelist in w.y1
Ml l$..M4.. Florida repeats now that the P. & O. company had Died Jan. 24, 1920.Alleghany. Pa. Misses Della May and Dorothy Pat caught him up again and the kind the men knew their paper as .K* h.4drew
had Pierce left this morning for Miami rode him down the hall out of the liked They liked this Rosalie ; k
.....r Jack: an opportunity for several 1 years, 1868 Harvey S. Firestone where they will spend the sphere of such: feminine nonsense.Joe and this handsome young SmokyJoe "saw <
what Jack Bell since the discontinuance of its Key West founder of the great Ohio company holidays visiting their aunt Mrs. I came In.quietly. He looked who was making a name for patted has
Had known the taxi ft .. a
you and his uni- himself.In .
service to re-establish it but had not of the name born in Co- Ida[ L. Larch. very tall straight in ..
aw about Senator Harry P. Cain you umbiana County Ohio. Died Feb- form. Lottie was startled at the the bedroom Mrs. Monahaa w..
shown substantial indication that the --1
w(Hkl Never have referred to the war- any ruary 7, Mr. and Mrs Nicky A Vila and -_ '11%

ime .lieutenant. colonel as a "smart service would be reinstituted. The com- 1958.LEGALS daughter. Solita and Lucy arrived -

pany showed bad taste, in opposing the today from Miami to visit
alrek, relatives.
establishment of a much needed steamshipline
between here and Havana and doing N *>l.: IW1 Today The Citizen says in an

E nothing to operate a ship or ships itself. the NOTICE und..r..iJpn.IS 1I.R"UY.f desiring qiKN to nfaiKr that editorial paragraph:
In butnmn under the .fictitious Taxdodgtis should be consid-
.WHAT ELECTION RESULTS INDICATE The examiner for the commission also name nf erate if not honest, and not hold .. .

opposed the insurance of the loan, but on th.TOLL(IV.rseaa IIOUSK.: highway TAVERN near th. it against honest taxpayers who 1

.M. The newspaper writers radio comen- despite his and the company's efforts, Key Toll Lower Bridge Mat.cumt.e on the southern end. of pay their taxes."
Key lit Juunr
.s4..ral and public opion samplers haveover West, in getting the ferry finally) has been (' unty. Florida, intend to'roister MkQ /,.
the MM name with the Clerk' of the
...Ile the shock of the November accorded the right and fairness that was Ciwm Court of Monroe' Count. Horoscope

4vtaiHef. .. ao it might be well to call atten- due her. Florida.L.. W. RROOMFIEW.
.tt*.rt t.. a few facts that may have been the will \\ON\K RRlaulplPLas., :. 1948-This is apparently a steady .
Operation of ferry mean muchto tnrr..SdM.t; I -: .1ltt I & \ :
IHM ri l oke Key automobile >OTH'K TO ('KFUITOR4l small and hardships taken as t i r&i, f
The tint relates to the stay-at-home I
r drivers will come'here thV THK <'01 \T1 Jl IH.FTW COIIHTIX i )
to make trip to matter of course Yet there is a ;'..
"M> I-'OR MONKOK COI \T\' \;
abMe. which U iJgnificant. Some 28,000- Havana, and it is safe to assume that many l-IOHIIIt. |\ HKOBTliIII highly emotional sensitive un i -
'(+60 tizH1a1, of voting did not eventllher re Instate of I dercurrent. It is fortunate that i h 1/1( / J b.d
age of those visitors will remain in Key West j A1>1>AH U. UAllsnV... I this nature has a patient endur- dJil f, VlJl '
> ceased 'tl
to register' in 1948 and additlitatral ( I Il
\ 7t1lI'fr
pn for several days or longer before they I To all creditor, and all persona ance which will carry the nativeto J Y.
19,000,000oten failed to go to the having make the trip and after their return. i thr estate of Ad.Iah K !Umiede- t\, U j
Ilrnl'la despite the fact that they were .--'. 'late of the <'it% nf Key' \\-.... to a large measure of suc- { f( :(
The action of the commission is good I MonroeConntsr.. State ..ota.10rl": cess. tuVl\!
4rfieU to cart their ballots The total lou and each of you. are herebynotified I'
news to Key West.A and required t.. file all
We wan under that of 1940 despite an claims and demands which Ton. Gall-wasps of both sexes may 'fie led
or either of \\ou may have against I I .1
t4mated increase of 14.000,000 in the the estate of Addah K Ramjet, fir be produced from unfertilized
fellow traveler is one who sympa- rea..e.l, late of the Cit> ..f Key WealMonrvr eggs lid
.<}4* )itt-d voting population. fountStjt of Florida in
thizes with
the aim of Communism and the office i of the County Judge:: of i I / '
Another significant fact is that Demo- Monroe "ount\. Florida in theourthoiise I,I
serves the Party's purposes in one or more AJ'.H
of said l Count at IvryVest.
< I
nttico candidates for Congress, throughout respects without actually holding a Party \ Florida. within right dar month" from the time of the I 'dL / .
reentry. piled up a greater vote than card, and he is of the lowest!'; breed of fr..1 pul>liration of Ibis 'notice, to I EQUIPMENT ;
;rridet: Truman received. This jndieaMs. oil. l Ih'cember :i 6. .X. !>. 1948 Said 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250
'aI01"l demands shall .lie In writIng
those who desire to destroy our form of or -
if considerable andontain the |la anything
grass- government. and IMWI offU-e address. of the Visit Our
1I/ltl o-calleU laimanl and .hall IM4"' .rn to l>\ /all
r for New Deal
MIpport poli-
the laimant his agent or' attorntxAm CHRISTMAS CARD and
.4.... It aim increases the prestige of the MORE MEAT COMING MII,'h .laim or demand. not ..ofiled I
within the time and in lhrmannrr GIFT WRAP DEPT.ROYAL .
IN9rela" which, by no stretch of the -- pret.ril>e
iiigination. rode into office on the coat- I Next year, it is forecast, half a billion void.IMt.-l. ut K. \ \\-..".. Florida.' this I PORTABLES for
:20th! .." of I*,mler A P 1S4S 1 1A
...... of the Presidential nominee. pounds more meat will be produced thanin o.HXIT! \ RUIS1-\ CHRISTMAS GIFTS
.Kxe.: utor .f, the 1.1 Will .
)t I
The election also 1948 and the increase for 1950 will
upset another politi- and Testament. \ddah II ; Open Until Five on Saturdays

*.I 1 axiom in American history. It was the run to several billions. UamxeT.to-7;de rea"l edde. '4fc ,an.i-II': >I'U
.tv.t time that a Party which had won The basic reason for this is interest- i. ---- ---- - --

fNttfftl of both houses! of Congress in anIIcyear I ing. It lies in the fact that livestock grow- i

y election failed to win the Presi- ers have decided to raise more animals.'

it *'*ll be remembered won both Houses decisions by livestock producers, which'

11ft 1046& but this year failed to take the will give consumers more meat in the Company Inc.Fast .

I Presidency and even lost control of both future, are the result of present favorable ,

HtHM*( **, Presumably, the vigorous attack livestock prices in relation to the price of Dependable Freight and Express Service

J&.letl upon the Eightieth Congress by feed. Thus it is seen that prices establishedin -between-

J-reaid t Truman and other candidates, a competitive market serve to encourage
hait-; telling effect. increased production when demand is

The Democratic sweep propably strong and there is an adequate food Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYSBttweea 1 Cltef
me-an that some action will be taken along supply. Miami and Key West

!thf Hfle of the 10-point? anti-inflation program Moreover\ competition also aids in the

proposed by the President to the equitable distribution of meat to consumers. I Express Schedule: When you give her a Magic Chef for Christmas,

(No Stops En Route) you'll be giving her real cooking ..njoym.nt.She'll .
session of For
1. Congress in November example if. the price of meat were LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX-

1047. arbitrarily lowered by some sort of gov- CEPT SUNDAYS) at 6:00.P.M. Ar. love the one-piece top burners that Just

The Democratic will rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid- lift out for easy cleaning: and the Swing Out
victory also lead price control scheme, supplies in
night. Broiler that makes broiling fun and the
to a more vigorous attack upon the ques- rtail stores would be cut quickly and late EXCEPT ; beauty
tftm of public housing and slum clearance comers would face the "No Meat Today" SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Midnight of the range itself that adds so much to her

which were blocked by the Republican- signs common during the period of OPA 6:00: o'clock and arrives A.M. at Key West at kitchen. It's the ideal Christinas pr.a.n6ON

r..fltr&Iled Congress. The Federal bill to controls. Such arbitrary price fixing-also DISPLAY AT
Local Schedule
juftfful assistance in the process of education would tend to dh-courage.pfOdtlction.: for :
.(Stops At All Intermediate Points)
( U also high on the tenative legislative the producer cannot afford to sell at con- LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.

program and will probably receive greater trolled prices when things he must buy are CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock
A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
",rart In the new Congress. uncontrolled. o'clock P. M KEY WEST GAS CO.r

In addition we should not overlookthe What it all adds up to is that nobody LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT i .

probability that the Reciprocal Trade is going to work for nothing-or produce SUNDAYS arrives at )Key at 9:00 West o'clock at 5:00 A. M.o'clock and 419 Fleming St. + + Telephone 61

Ag.r'ment" Act, which was grudgingly meat or anything else unless there is a p M.

extended by the Eightieth Congress until chance to pay the costs and make some .. -

June 30th 1949. will probably be asserted profit. That is why the competitive supply FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE

r.t'a. permanent' act which will tend to and demand system is the only economy FULL CARGO INSURANCEMAIN

r-hmtaate the controversy that has upset that makes for abundance-and why OFFICE and WAREHOUSE Cor. Eaton fc Francis Bts.

c l.'tn.reaa half a dozen times during the every controlled economy makes for PHONES: 82 AND 83

fAn..n years! of j its existence_... scarcity.- -. .<100- ._ .,_ '

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r ADS"1

Ship Goes To I '

South America i

1-- Information' for the Advertisers I

Ltr SINGAPORE UP)-A 20-year II i RATES 'is 3c a word and the minimum DEADLINE

veteran of Pacific'waters: the | Regular Type charge for the first 15 wordsor To insure publication copy
passenger-cargo ship} Marellas \spaying I = ; Advertisements: under this less is 45c. must be in the office before. I
j=; : hea' Will be inserted in The PAYMENTPayment o'clock on the day pf publication ,
her last vi |< to > 1 1 .
pore. r ang -I 11|p Cit&* aJ{ the rate of 2c a word for classified ad- I

The ship is being, transferred i H for each insertion but the vertisements is invariably in OFFIcEs i
by the Burns Philip Line to her j 3. mininnuo. charge for the* firstS advance; but regular advertisers Business office in The Citig

r" k new owner-P. B. Pandelis. and : 15. votilsnor-jess i !is'30c '. with ledger accounts may zen Building, corner Greene g
after a trip tQ Shanghai{ i will go !g Black. Face* Type 1 lave their advertisements and Ann Streets. Door to the s

,r't : to South Amerirai : The Marella i The rate for blackface JypefmimmiiniinuiiiimiimiiiBtiiiummiiiiiinmimiiiiiiuii charged. right on entering building. g=

for the past two decades has i miuiimmiiiiiiiiiniiniiiimiiiuiniiiniiminmwimi,iHiiiiniimniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiHiiitttiimnntmiiiiHiiimBHiki3FOR
a I IS operated principally on the
Smgapore AUstralia route ALL ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED under the following conditions: In the event of error In advert!**

r ing. transient or c atract. The Citizen will be responsible only for the first insertion in CLASSIFIED I

Brooklyn N. Y. was a city witha ADVERTISING and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of space occupied by

mayor from 1834 to 1898. the part of the advertisement where the error occurs.

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Stock Island over 400 ft. oceanfront Large store 218 Simonton. 35x60. Small hotel in downtown Key

Bargain. Must be sold Reasonable. Phone 682, ask for West,. Fla., contains 8 large Two furnished houses desirable
at once. Mr. Kitty c/o Citizen Hy. dec2-U rooms with 5 baths and two location. Write owner. Box

? (lP Wirephoto decl-tf apartments. All in perfect XY, c/o Citizen. declO-lQU

SIXTY-THREE-YEAR-OLD JOHN MOORE (left) of Colington. Dining FOR RENT APARTMENTS condition. Large lot and good

.N_C. is the last tiring witness to mans; first flight in an airplane 2 and room 4 bedroom seating 77 furnished persons. I money maker. Must disposeon Best buy in town. Waterfront
account of health. Box 532 home with dock. Furnished
2room apartment. ;
at Kitty Hawk. N. C- 45 years ago. Attending the in- homes. Immediate
delivery. furnished. week- Key West,. Florida. Two bedrooms. TIII.o'bat
.stallation of the Wright brothers' plane in the Smithsonian In- 8, 12 and 22 unit apartment Utilities $25.00 *
ly. Sea Isle Apartments, 915 decl-tf $8500. $2500 cash, balance likrent .
:stitution at Washington Friday, he describes the first flight to houses.. Apartment and hotel 1328'White
Windsor Lane decl-tf Street
Milton Wright nephew of the'pioneering brothers. sites. Paul Boysen. 626 Flem- .
_-- ____ _-__ __ ____ ._ ._ ing St., Box 303. decI 5-6tx Modern furnished efficiency and '

bedroom 1941 Ford convertible, 5 passengers SALE-MERCHANDISE *
Two lots apartments. Yearly or
ROYAL on Flagler Avenue and '
one on Johnson. Call 443-J. season rental. Pine Plaza radio, heater, new paint, !
decl6-4tx 1301 Truman Ave. nov30-tf new top. 1938 Packard 4doo'rsedan CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS
radio, heater new paint Hawaiian table mats purses and

I Deluxe 50x200 waterfront. AB Apartments. Electric kitchen. if desired. 1937 Chevrolet. 2-I lunch baskets; Luxembourg
door sedan good condition rea- ovenware and coffee makers
residential with riparian rights. Per day or season. 909 Eliza- ;
sonable. Can be seen at Tony's French porcelain candlesticks
$2500 cash or terms. You can't beth Street dec6-tf
I I beat this. Call Walter Beebe, Auto Body Shop, 603 Greener table bells cigarette boxes yA
decl6-6t ash trays; Swedish glassware;
Associate Fred Dion. Phone
Furnished apartment. 3 rooms and
166 or 432-W. dec7-3t bath. Maid and janitor servo I California pottery; hurricane
ices linens and utilities fur- 1948 Nash Ambassador. Radio, lamps for garden and table; and

4 2-s 9r.Y; 10-room duplexrentsfor nished. Coral Hotel Apartments air-conditioner, foam seats many other original and decorative -
;i171U111 5 ar $120 month. Business area, opposite Post Office. overdrive 4th speed, air cush- gift suggestions for the
ion white sidewall tires, last-minute shopper. Prices
maroon -
gas, electricity, sewer, city wa- dec7-21t
ter. Furnished 2 excellent color, completely Fen- from $1.00 up.CAROLINE.

large refrigerators dexed, low mileage. Kept in SHOP
gas stoves .We have several high-class' one-
clear title, terms. Newly; painted bedroom for the garage, like new. $2200. C. On Ann Street
Call apartments Evans 1101 South Phone322W decl$-M
weiv' I at 1105 Duval St. for season from $750. Beautifully
information. dec17-3tx
located. No children. Will accommodate -
I Men you want your Christmas
4. Walter Beebe,
I FOR SALE-STORE associate Fred Dion Phone 1936 Pontiac, fordor sedan $75. shopping for the opposite sex
1 P x u.t I EQUIPMENT 1221 Simonton Street made painless, easy and eve-
166 432-W. dec17-3t
6 .dec8-3tx cessfuL do it at CAROLINE

.t # Jz e i One 3-hole Frigidaire ice cream refined I SHOP, 223 Ann St.

a;r cabinet. $75.00. Apply. Adams Two-room apartment, to | 1936 Oldsmobile Special Coupe. declft-M
couple, seasonal, adults no:
Dairy. dec6-6t Good tires condition. $400.
1019 Phone
pets. Margaret
705 Windsor Lane. dec20-5tx I FOR MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE-BUSINESS 575. dec20-tfj t
PLACES J' White enamel. $2.75. Outside
1938 Cad-
4k Luxurious 7-passenger
FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS I iliac. Interior like new. Will!i white paint. $2.73 and $3.73 per

Motorcycle Shop for sale. Apply Overseas Hotel sell for best offer immediately.!i' gallon up. 5Oft.i- garden
132 Simonton Phone 287. low rates. Cof- G. M. Donovan 905 Simonton hose. $3.95.. Doherty ft Co.. KM

# dec6-4tx fee shop. bar. decl-lmo Street dec20-4tx Olivia. Phone 1597. decl-tf

:. ( ) Wirephotos via Radio from London Island City Soda Shoppe, 222 Du- FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND $700. Bundles of old newspapers at 1en -
New motor job.
1941 Dodge.
val Street Business, stock and II ROOMS ach bundle. at
{ Inquire
PRINCE PHILIP AND PRINCESS ELIZABETH pose proudly inLondon's fixtures. Low rent, living Leaving Key West on orders. The Citizen Office. novZO-tf
Buckingham Palace Wednesday for first picture with quarters $1500. Walter Beebe I The Stutz Hotel,' 410 Fleming Must sell by Wednesday. Phone
their infant son. Prince Charles Philip Arthur George of Edinburgh. I has I J. A. Miller, U.S.N. Hospital
owner. Phone 432-W. Street. an efficiency apt. Equity in 1942 Pontiac Torpedo s
The occasion was the christening ceremony for the and several I 1010. dec20-3ti
dec173tMISCELLAHEOUS sleeping rooms vacant I sedanette. Body and mechanical
.nanth-old prince, who may be England's king some day. At I. Low weekly monthly' I I condition perfect Apply
Bright is a close-up of Bennie Prince Charlie" asleep in hisS rates. dec7-tf '.: FOR SALE-BOATS AND 525 Eaton between I and 9
-SIUJB S.laq\OW P.M. declMt
Picture framing, pictures framed ,FOR RENT-ROOMS I .
and matted DiNegro's 614 I Gray marine engines and service.., Electrify your old sewing m..
Francis Phone 1197-M. I Rooms and :housekeeping C. R. Smith, opposite Firestone
GLIDER. RESCUES AIRMEN IN ALASKA light I chine. Phone 1184-M.
.. dec4-23tr rooms $5 to $15 per week. 411 m Station. Marathon. decl-lmo I dee20-t
__ *S-U *-S William Street nov27-26tx

t, Mk .' Key West: coconut braid hats. i I Marine plywood boat 9 ft. ex- Argoflex camera nearly new
Seminole Indian skirts Cook Large, well ventilated sleeping< I cellent condition $55.00. 46 with leather case and lefts
Book and its herbs and season- rooms at weekly rates. Maid j!I Rest Beach. dec4-6tx shade, list pike $&9.H. only

I ings, 'at the Marshall Studio service. Young's Tourist Rest,.I $50. Dejur exposure meter tie
Shop in Telegraph Lane. Also 1721 Flagler Ave. 1172J. ) 12 V-bottom boat. 1217 Petronia price. $23. only $1S. Record
limelade, garlic olives, coconut decl5-tf i Street. dec8-4tx player table model .u"'lftMh

candy and turtle soup. a i changer, plays 10 r<
dec2022243tFOR FOR RENT-HOUSES I 18-foot cabin boat. $350. Good I records. All for only $39. IW
motor. Apply 2-1 Poinciana scales, used two mnnttov $1. AN

RENTBOATSSam For Rent-Season, two-bedroom I, after 4:30. dec8-3tx metal vacuum-type coffee mahcr.
$2. 624 Francis Street tap
house furnished. Excellent location -
Lowe's Boat Rental Service. Stoirs). Phone 1079-4.
Call 667-J. decl4-tf 7.2
Martin 60" outboard motor
New Mercury outboard motors derW-lt
< and Ramsey plywood boats and I I h.p. Used very little, in per-
FOR RENT COTTAGES. fect condition. 3210 Avenue
9 rowboats. Visit Stock Island ; i Christmas Irate p fiU NMM
4i today and fish your worries -- I "E", Poinciana, Phone dec20-2tx 1577-J. I bubble lite. S3 00: Gtr .l

away. dec8-6tx Near beach all conveniences! Electric series tiles. $1.19. Independent
I everything furnished. $35.00'per burning ind<* *
WANTED week. 1214 Duval. Phone j FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD I $2.39: outdoors $2 71. Pare.
1040-M. dec7-tfj;i FURNITURE IE APPLIANCES Old Craig 1019 White.

I Want you to share with less fort dn-H-\
unate at Xmas. Phone 637 WANTED TO RENT Maple twin beds. box springs, in- '

(Steals Beauty Nook) for BPW I Ii I nerspring mattresses. chest. FOR SALE-PROMISSAKY
IT: member to pick up donationfor i Apartment or house, with stove II' Brand new 34x84 jalousie door.I NOTES
poor. dec4-15-17-20-4t and refrigerator. Have my Brand new gas range for apart-

,J. II own furniture. 706 White St..I ment or trailer. Cot and mat Notes (Promissary). ie s *A. Art-

.. ..,, GARDEN AND LAWN Apt. 5. dec1 -6tx, tress. Cheap. 1328 White. man Press, Citizen Bldg Ph M

: '.-0 ... SUPPLIESIt dec7-tf I 51. ."..&I.tt

(.!p) Wirephoto from U.S. Air Force is our pleasure to wish all A Kenmore electric washer without FOR SALE-MERCHANDISE:

Merry Christmas and A Happy Need money but unable to work, wringer, $30.00. Apply 626 '
THE GLIDER RESCUE of six men from a crash-landed C-47 New Year. We will be closed full time? Earn substantial in Grinnell Street dec7-3tx, HOME DECORATORS

transport is shown in this picture taken from an Air Force C-S4 Monday after Christmas. Key come. Hours at your conven-i 'I We have increased art Murk
which dropped and picked up the glider on the Stewart river West Garden and Lawn Sup- ience. Write street address to'!' Apartment-size G. E. electric giving you a wide ***et.B.. Fairbanks. Alaska. Dec .14. The has beensnatched Co 914 St. Tel. : 2830 I II fabrics for Slip Covers. Us
near glider just ply Fleming Avon Products, Inc. P. O. Box i range, one tiltback couch. I
from the frozen surface of the river and is in the air 1019. dec20-t 1101, W. Palm Beach Fla. I|!I Harris Avenue, Phone 1198-J. holstery and Draperies M..>
behind the C-54 with a tow rope connecting them. The crash- dec5-6t I I dec8-2tx!I of the newest patterns. Ea
II I values from 11.21
REPAIRSRADIOSRadio I ceptional up
landed transport can be seen below on the ice. Similar maneuver -

is planned to rescue nine U. S. fliers stranded on ice cap MAKE $16 A DAY I j! $120.00 Philco console radio. Per- CAROLINE SWOT
"M )tI
while-U-wait. Low I I Ann StreetFOR
in Greenland. repairs, Sell name plates for houses. Write'I feet condition. $60.00. White

__ ___ u. __ __ _________.__-__ standard prices by catalog. 14 National Engravers. 212 Sum-'''I dinette table, 6 drawers seats 8 SALE. RENT OR LEASE
years radio experience in man- dec20-ltx |i
mer, Boston people. Tel. 1176-J.
are a marked number 20 man. ufacturing plants. 1116 White- dec 18-31 I BUSINESS PLACES
I head Street nov30-28tx
And then there are ducks like FOR SALE-MUSICAL ..
Bar to sell, rent or .... A"\
-fromHICKORY King John-John L. for short- PHOTOGRAPHY AND INSTRUMENTS Electric fan 22" t 4 h.p. $50. 16-A I m I I White Inn Bar 1W "........
who is making coal mining and Naval Air Station. dec20-2tx' Avenue .......a
GROVEWell coal so expensive that more and SUPPLIESA Transcription player and 50 rec-

more people will keep warm via ords. Will also play ordinary I I
folks-time for 1949 res'olutions oil and gas. There will be a num- picture of your happy family records. $40.00. Phone 1343-R. Large dresser and mirror chest PERSONAL
around the Xmas Tree. Call of drawers, mahogany. $30.00.
ber 20 in the coal fieldsin dec20-2tx
Even if last year's resolutions man I teedtogs
I Phone 13131tkc202tx Bertha Beers Chat Yoga
Miller 1023 White St.,
woodbine due time. Who will be this
went where the daily. I to 1 P M. Tt.ekacross .
'ineth-and you smoked even number 20 man? There, is a res- Phone 1455. dccl8.6txI MOVING AND HAULING I kt Mi
Box spring and innerspring mat from step
more versus less-didn't get a t olution hint on how to avoid being I
I tresses, $80.00. Double bed I thon. dent{-Ka
nifkel more tucked away in the same. Photography and Supplies tag Furniture Moving .
bank-didn't get to bed eariler- And for everybody-bronze- Film special 127, 120, 620, 116, General Hauling chest of drawers dresser with I
and all the other fine ideas misfired black-white-18 to 80 keep I 616, 5 rolls $1.00. Developing,, Every Load Fully Insured I' large mirror, $120.00. 9x12 rug Will young man .hu tawfM Mt-W salt

is no reason for no resolvesfor J I your hand off the horn at the printing and enlarging. 4- ISLAND CITY TRANSFFR $100.00. Phone 382-W. clubs Sunday pKwite mar dee35.Ita

1949. I red traffic light and also beware hour service. Miller Photo, Phone 166 E. V. Kinsman I dec20-4tx
As a sample of some newer res that double "no cross-over" line 1023 White Street. decl8-6tx dec20-lltx
(.lulions-or a hint-the day is on the highway. In shortcourtesy. FOR

gonna: happen when there are 19 Make 1949 more pleasantand Photography and Supplies tag STORAGERed I TRICYCLES servic ....... .e
jobs and 20 men. Say >uu are a safer. Be a lady. be <> gen- Franklin-Editor Viever and Splicer. .
plumber and' you been keepn gan tleman. complete $35.00. Miller: Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor Mars bicycle, good balloon tires, commercial.: HeSWonk K 4 >*

eye peeled on the clock and an Yours with the low down, Photo 1023 White Street. commerciaL Phone 798. I new paint. $17.50. 1900 Staples eration Servk Phone W4-V .
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ear bent toward the whistle, you JO SERRA. t __-..:_ __ : decl8-6tx decl-tf Avenue. dec20-ltx .


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I- :WIN STADIUM GAMES I uw Games I j49"FUTURAMIC"? ( :Series '98" OJdsJTl lJjJ fPur.DoGr$4iJ' I

-' ; Played SundayThe
Bombers Win 6 To 1

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'u From Legion; Clowns How Stand games played yesterday
.' to.1 afternoon at the Municipal
Heat JI.ei Raiders. (Wickers Field) Stadium had the

.. following results
Key West Senior Baseball League
; The Atomic Bombers won from Atomic Bombers
(Municipal Stadium) Player- AB R H PO A EAt \
the American 6-1 while
Legion Club- W. L. Pet Aceyedo, ss 3 2 1 2 0 1

the Key West Clowns beat the Key West Clowns ... 6 3 .667 R. Santana, 2b ;4 .0 Q 2 3 1 \\r-- .

Red Raiders 16-5, yesterday at Red Raiders n______ n 5 4 .556 M. Vidal, Ib", .42 1 12 0 -

basebal lin the Stadium. Atomic Bombers --..-. 5 4 .556 D. Roberts, c. 4 0 2 4 2 11

In the the Bombers American Legion '._.. 2 7 .222 J. Albury, 3b n 3 '1 0 2 1 111
: won
., opener
: _
(Games left to play: Each club J. Mira rf .__ .41 1000 t
the in the first frame when
.. game meets the other once to finish the J. Vill real. cf 3 0 1 4 0 0 I
". hey scored two runs enough towin 12-game schedule. Games will be L .Casado. If 4 0 1 1 0 0''

and Bubber Sweeting pitched resumed Jan. 9, 1949) B. Sweeting, pip 0 03 O1 j

". two-hit ball for the Bombers. '. .. ..
Tota1s32 6 7 27 9 3
Al. Acevedo first man up walked BASKETBALLClass
American,, Legion
.' .... and an error by pitcher put him "A" League. PlayerAB R H PO A E

on second. Vidal singled and Club- W. L. Pet Anguiera, cf 3 0 0 3 1 '0
Roberts doubled Acevedo Sonar School "A" .____ 3 1 .750 _
to 2b
score Pazo ,3 1 0 5 2 0
Bob's Sport Shop ___ 3 1 ..750Pollock's This fear-door .sedan from OUtsaaluVs 14 Au elcktxySsrfer T twa .'"* OUinetetae ttfsw
and Vidal. _. n, Solomon 3b 4 01 0 1 0 "Futur..i Series "?8"line illustrates the DiyisWs 1149 pre powered "7 Uo Dlis ... eahe-+*.k*...
Mackiki Alfonso pitched for Jewels "- 1 3 .250 D. Lastres. If. 3 0 0 3 1 0 J & ly.pop.lu styliaC' its best. Location.f exterUr -. *!(*-< .prewiosi ..( .. ./ Itt k.... Hd *.....
Independents ._ .__- 1 3 .250 xA. Lastres Ib 3 0 0 8 0 2 trim below the door panel accentuates the. low. Drive providinc faOy aaleastil sktfttec !. ai 'f/1J9 I
the and in
Sweeting Legion was hit by the a pitched sixth.I Class "B" League Henriquez, 'c. 3 0 0 5 0 0 tec body and fender, Ii.... -- ward speeds, ie sUdard .vatp rsA w tkte ss .Sb

Jball, Acevedo hit a single to center Club- W. L. Pet G. Valdez. ss .. 3 0 1 2 3 1
Vidal and Santana were safeon Sonar'School "B" nn____ 4 0 1.000 R. Garcia, rf .. 3 0 0 1 0 0
errors and Acevedo scored Elks Club _on' 3 1 .750 Alfonso p.--_ 1 0 0 0 2 2 Girls' Ilt.I"bt,11TJtlII
To Be
Smoker} Series
then Roberts hit a triple to deep I Junior Varsity __ 2 2 .500 Villareal. p-- 2 0 0 0 2 0
left and Vidal scored and the Mi- Beachcombers Jewelers 3 .250 xRodriguez 1 0 .0 0 0 0 Ill'Jell'-
Bil e's. Drive-Ins 0 4 ,000 - -
ami kid went to the showers.
Bunsy Villaread came in to I Totals9 1 2 27 12 5 At NCCS'Here In January; 1, PracticeThe

pitch, and Albury wa sout on a xBatted for A. Lastres I
sensational catch by Anguiera. In Sports Calendar Runs batted in: Vidal 2, Rob- '
NCCJJ OtrtsCymnimnp krkaiaM
their half the Legion scored their erts 2, Villareal. Casado; sacrifice Winners In Various I.
lone run wit htwo out Pazo was SKATING hit: Pazo; two-base; hit: Roberts; Weights To Be turned to Key West on Dec. 10,1 TMIR, wiladt Ittr IrA .......

safe an error. Solomon hit earned runs: Bombers 3; struck will be Tex Hardin w swwsartillar
on Bayriew Park. Night represented by I
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out: by Alfonso 2, by Villareal 2. I+ ialalMiatw
-one to Santana and he made an FRIDAY- Sent To Golden SN, a Golden; Gloves semi- wtN
error and Pazo went to third.Solomon by Sweeting 4; bases on balls: off I salt
the .
7:30 to 9:00: pjn. practice dufiag Walla
finalist and Dan Dris-
steals second and Buster Alfonso 2, off Villareal 1.: off Glove; At Miami Chicago I
threw to Santana and Pazo came Sweeting"3? left on bases: Bozoera f( coil,.SN, a promising contender will resume MI J..reep I.

.. borne on the play. In the ninth I TENNISBaTYlew 3, Legion 5; stolen bases:Ca- The NCCS Boxing Program, j I|! in the scheduled Smokers. In. playersWivee taralr.e H-

.' .. ,'tHe Bombers scored two more,i Park. Afternoons ,;sado Villareal Solomon; wild presented under the direction of :i I A Main Event between R. I I tike: Urr .."rr Jllae gnat

Albury walked and Joe Mira sin-i I and Nights pitches: Alfonso, Villareal' ; hit by League Manager Lt John. Burk. :j I I Fountain, SM 1. and C. H. Mercer I anJ &n.Mlalr 14iilar& alai

'es, Villareal singles and Casado t Daily play. pitcher: Sweeting; double play: USN, has scheduled a sere of I AB 3/c, will be of outstandI'ing I NCCSmemu J. If r1 ...

U1g18d and two runs score. In D. Lastres to Pazo; pitchers' summary Smokers to be held at NCCS, interest In a previous ring! Ma.ee Map""a ....., $ t ...

..-.4he sixth Anguiera made a peg SHUFFLEBOARDBayview : 4 hits and 4 runs off Al- 1021 Duval Street, every Fridayin battle at' Jacksonville Fountain I Ii....
to the plate from center and got: ( Park) fonso in 5 2/3 innings; winning January. The first Fight Night i dropped Mercer twice for several !. SauneWrs, S teMarhOa t

r Bubber Sweeting as he came Daily play.SENIOR. pitcher: Swee'ting; losing pitcher will be on January 7. I counts but Mercer won the |I 11< home. Casado made a great : Alfonso; time of game: 1:45;t Winners in the various weights I bout Witch Mercer and Foun Ruse ai Jvytv Fe/Jl

: catch in left, and Gibby Valdez at umpires: McGee and Acevedo. will be sent to the Golden. Gloves t31o.I I Navy Vive. NCCI |yj>sf
short made some great catches BASEBALL SECOND CAME Tournament in Miami' on Feb- I IIMt..... scarf t...MC B Pl. HeM

and throws. At bat the leaders Municipal Stadium. Afternoon Key Weil* Clowns ruary 1, 2 and 3. I Syracuse and Columbia began are 4tvted to g ** i *
were, Roberts with a double anda SUNDAY DEC. 26- Player- AB R' ft PO A P The U. S. SWilkie,' which re- i their football rivalry in 1901. ohl3r4i t.om HW .. .N'W ::& .
triple and in the field the Roberts First Game-Key West Clowns L. Butler, ss 5' 1 1 i 1 2 -.-- two will tagaaaea. aaw e J I "f t J

Villareal and Albury were vs.'American Legion. A. Mclnt'h, c-rf 433200 .

the best for winners and for los- Second Game-Red Raiders vs. Smith. 2b; 522132 Sonar Plays Varsity -
n ers, Anguiera, Pazo, D. Lastres Atomic Bombers. Alce p. -.5 4 3 1 4 0 Only four ... MtI

;:J aid. Henrique were the best. SUNDAY, JAN. 2- 'Brown Ib ._ 3 2 3 10 0 1 season cf+ld ...::9
c *t Score by innings: First Game-Key West Clownsvs. ; Burgohy 3b 5 1 2 1 3 0 Louia CardiswU
e A. Bombs 200 002 002- 673 Atomic Bombers: : O. Mclntoch. c. 3 11" 4 0. 0 Jewels vs. Sound SchoolElks I II I led the major m:!i ....

i : A. Legion 000 001 000 125 Second Game-Red Raiders vS. Stewart rf ---- 1 0 .0 1 0. 0 I I 1 I games or nture ..
a Batteries: E. Sweeting and D. Allen cf --2 10.. 0 0,0
American Legion. I Club To fleetBeachcombers ;If
1' = Roberts; Alfonso Villareal, Hen- .SUNDAY JAN. 9- Roberts, If ....---- 20.2000 II

5 s veda.t riquez.. Umpires McKee; and "Acei First Game West-Red Raiders vs. Manuel, if': 0 40- 0 0 I In I FLORIDA RACING COMMISSION: OKHCXU4

Key Clowns. -
Second Game-American Legion Totah36 16 17 21 )1. 5', Three DaOketball'G i r--- .
In the second game Clowns vs. Atomic Bombers. Red Raiders- I ..

had a field'day at bat and hit 17 PlayerAB R II PO A E ne Touighti, N

safely for 24 bases and 16 runs j C.: Valdez. cf 3 0 0 1 0 1
.. the Clowns scored two in the BASKETBALLHigh Domenec, 3b 4 0 0.. 1 2 0 Basketball games scheduled for
School Gymnuiuro' tonight at the High School Gym
first on a two singles and a triple Baker, 422010
by Brown. But the Raiders made I High School Gymnaium Acevedo If-c-lb 4 2 1 6 1 0 7 p.m.. Sonar School'B'\ vs.

three on a single by Baker and (Night) Alonzo, Ib-lf 3'1 2 1 0 0 Junior Varsity: 8 p.mt' olJock's.
Jewels Sound School A' 9
a double by Alonzo and two errors vs.
: MONDAY Carbonell ss-p 4 0 1 3 3 1
.. The Clowns scored in ev- : p.m., Elks Club vs. Beachcomber
7:00 -Sonar School "B" vs. J. Villa If-rf-c 2 0 .0 7 2 0
eel inning except the sixth. Bake Junior Varsity.:: Hall: c-rf .1: 3 0 0 0 0 0 Jewelers.
started for the Raiders and i 8:00-Pollock's Jewels vs.. Sonar E. Rivas., Jr.. 2b 0 0 0 0 p 0 Leading scorers in the Class A I
touched hits and 11 League, including game of (astj I yf
Mtas for 11 School "A". Fisher 2b ... 3 0 2 2 1 0 a}
nms in three and two-thirds inn-i 9:00 Beachcomber Jewelersvs. Thursday. Dec. 16: i
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: ings Jackie Carbonell was touched : PlayerFG FT- PF PTS. Ii
Elks Club. Totals30 5 8 21 10 2 f
... for 6 hits and 5 runs in threes TUESDAY Runs batted in: Alonzo 3. Car- Glendenning. SS 24 48 52 I I
and one third. Alec pitched the Skaggs. Jewels 19 5 6 43 !,
Smith 2, Brown 3. A. Mc-
7:00 Billie's Drive-Ins vs. bonell 1
full game for the Clowns Brown Roberts. Bob's 18 5 4 41 I I
Beachcomber Jewelers. Intoch 2, Burgohy 3. O. Mclntoch s>
w had a perfect day at bat with a Buchweitz SS 16 1 5 33 } r
2 sacrifice hit Valdez: twobasehit
8:00-Indepen vs. Bob'3; ; e
; .triple two singles and two walks P. Herrick PJ 13 6 12 32
Roberts three-base hit; :
: ;
a Alec and A. Mclntoch each hit Sport Shop. G. Sweeting. I's 12 6 9 30
Elks Brown Burgohy. Smith. Alonzo AftFRANCIS
.three safely. Alonzo and Baker 9:00: -Junior Varsity vs. Raiders E. Sweeting. I's 11 3 5 25 .
2 earned runt: Clowns 11,
; each hit two for the losers and Club. ; Meador, Bob's 11 2 3 24 -
1 struck out: by Alee 6, by
both of Alonzos hits were triples. THURSDAY'iOOSonar- ; Flenner, Bob's 10 4 2 24 LEO EDWARDS (above), new DUNNE (afcewe
Baker 1 bv Carbonell 3: bases on
w 4?; the field, J. Villareal, Dome- School "B" vs. 7 Parks, I's 8 7 8 23 chairman of Florida Racing Tropical Park's racing secretary
balls off Clowns 2, off ;
.. nech and Acevedo were the best Billie's Drive-Ins. : McKee. SS 8 6 4 22 Commission now busy studying' and handicapper U ... ef
ball Hall stolen bases:
r' for losers and Alec and Burgohy 8:00-Independents: vs. Pol- passed : ; R. Barber, I's 8 4 6 20 turf affairs at Tropical Park before Gables Associations busiest officials
2 Allen 2. Smith Butler.
Roberts ,
tot the winners. lock's Jewels. G.Barber Bob's 8 3 8 19 being sworn in on January4th. bandl' a a record-streak
: Score by innings: 9:00-Sonar School "A" vs. Alce, A. McIntoch Fisher Acevedo wild 2- Ketchini PJ 7 3 8 17 The Miamian. long a racing lag number of entries dill, .*4

K.W.Clowns 223 430 2-16 17 5 Bob's Sport Shop. Villareal, Valdez. ; Roberts R. V. Smith. PJ 6 4 2 16 enthusiast is well equippedfor allotting weights for the ba4icaps. <
IW;R ders. 301 000 1- 5 8 2 pitch; Baker; hit by pitcher Schultice SS. 7 1 3 15 the official duties ahead. .
..Batteries: Alee, A. Mclntoch .Hillary Chollet whose gridiron ; double play: Butler.to! Smith School ... ,
(Note: SS-Sonar ; ---- -- ----- -
Baker Carbonell Hall, Acevedo feats were instrumental ir\ winitiria to Brofvn;' pitchers ruhs seminary in: 3 J'sr-Independents.) .. .,,,, .. .. .
: and J. Villreal. ; the Jvy. -Leagu croWn! for hits and 11 off;;Baker Independents have scored 118

Umpires, MsGee and Casado, Cornel,'a sO' Is captain of the 2/3 innings; winning.: pitcher: points to 142 for their opponents:
S ftrer Aguilar. Red Raider basketball squad. Alee; losing pitcher? Baker; time Sonar School has scored 14? .
___ ___un_ --- --- --.-- of game: 1:45; umnjjess: McGee '
129 fortHeW rivals:
oinfs to
I "CI IOO CIIOO" NATION'S TOP PUNTER I and Casado; scorer: Aguilar Bob's has scored 137 points to 114

.. for their rivals and' Pollock's I
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One-Minute} Jewels have scored 136 points to 1i
154 points for their rivals. I f

SPORTS QUIZ Stan Musial's longest batting

slump of 1948 came i in July when

1. Who won the Woodcock- the St. Louis Cardinal star wentto

Savold fight in England earlier'' bat 13 times without a hit.

l this month?
i j 2. What position was Doak
!' Walker selected to fill in the NEW 26" TIREBICYCLES

I Collier's All-American football
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eleven this month?
i 3. Did undefeated North Carolina I
win the Southern conference r football crown this year? at. $39.95 and up

.. 1w 4. What was the score of the Also AU Sires: of BICYCLES.

.y I Notre-Dame-Southern California TRICYCLES and WAGONS I

game; at half-time? Deposit, will hold any merchandiseon
5. Has Joe Louis signed a con- our Lay-Away Plan I i i9vereas
tract for another title defense?
Cycle Store |

(THE ANSWERS: 920 Truman Ave. Phone 1380,
1 i J Bruce Woodcock was awarded -

fight on foul in 4th round, : I : .- :,.. ,FOR HOME or
after being dawn for eight
count in 3rd. "PfcGtfY"Come -. \

2. Quarterback.3.No. COMMERCIAL USE

Clemson won jt- In and See peggy-
I 4. 7 to 0, Notre Dame. Doll
the 23-Inch Walking ;
5. No.Arizona's. We Are Prepared To Furnish You With
I I ;
t Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE
basketball squad is DECEMBER 23

.... i shooting for its fourth straight Full Information May Be
-- Border Conference championship
Obtained by Calling at the Thompson Enterprises Inc.
4 P) Wirephoto this season.
Bobby Curran captain of lastseason's (ICE DIVISION)
beck at the University of North Carolina leads the I1JtJ. I1'S 718 Duval Street I
Crusader basketballteam I PHONE NO. TL*.
punters with a record-breaking average of 44 yards per kick on t PHONE 1000
: is assisting, 'Coach Lester . .
t:'<-Bi K Till I
the f2 be booted for the Tar Heels this season. (Buster) Sheary at Holy Cto s. L. I

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'" ""mmiiiiitiiinaummmumnamnnnnnni" Oi1 71 : Many Activities Planned For Calendar Of i TOI5 ""lJB1fIJ

LOUISA'S LETTERDebrLouisa I (t...

SOCIETY NEWS I I I Christmas Week At Naval Hospital I Coming Events 1 ..d

sT rtAA LESLIE GULEY I I Captain O. A. Smith Medical Santa Claus will appear in per- MONDAY DECEMBER 20- >-dam

PI.U\.nes The Qtizen Office-51 I r Officer in Command of the U. S. Organ Recital. St. Paul's Epis-I : I r :- i!

: Hospital announces a fall weekof son.Thursday will find the sched- cope) Church, 8:00 I have a good thoughtful husband Inmost wan but there /iteq C

h& Ruldenc.-629-XJ special Christmas activities. ule in full swing.Christmas parties Charles R. Roberts? P.M..t is-oa thing we; ;disagree on and that is life insurance. 1 bold baw.e-
I>. III al-UWIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII: High lights of the week will bea sponsored by the Gray Ladles .Jayshees business meeting that every man with little children should have some in nuance (I Maas. N Lw ad.I .

KVv {ITVf Wo marl's "Christmas Happy Hour featuring -. will be held -in the Wards. social hour. 7:30 p. m. at but he says he doesn't trust insurance companies because bin t 4aMsa, idrrr.rtl
Club I
Announces outside entertainers and a The Children's Christmas Party, Clubhouse. Each member .
brother lost in one of them long ago and that what he! MBusl.ci
big Christmas Party for the Kiddies 'sponsored by the staff,, will beginat asked to bring gift for distribution money :I'-- Oster Musa
be his in the bank.
Sill To leaves will in
Dale Of 874 Copier Of sponsored by the Hospital three o'doclt.Fifty children at Old Folks Home. us name M ssse !
I sal- .
He make large
doesn't a
Staff. I from the city, children of the I WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 22- }1r 'j err tR.Ilae Aw.
KVv IF'iwl Cook Hook Club Pleased The week of festivities begins I Hospital civilian employees .and I Navy Wives Club No. 88 Turkey ary and we, are able0 bank I ranks of those children whew j ,

-- ; with a Bingo Party for the patients I children of the staff will enjoy luncheon; Noon N.C.C3. ppJjfew. dollars -each month.If mothers are left pennflna and fly t( .
J** Kr( W..t Woman's Club :Kratulates the Club and staff in the Recreational movies, .gifts candy, ice cream Duval Street. anything, should happen to have to depend on charity or relatives .1 bss* t Met1h rsrssDr
se..." -4-l M far a very I .. for clothes and food. !laid at..ati.
icht hundred i Building sponsored by the and cookies Santa Claus win Bingo party South Beach Restaurant -
lovHy 1 r ; him I don't know-what woulddo I
.U-esLI. .y .... f.f.+ sat the Key book and orders one. Catholic Daughters of America. greet each child. ", 8 P.JKL.. sponsored by ; Even though the muthtr 'ift, tan, IA, ttatgrl etrNasl
w. C .h B..* haw been Sold,I Th Key West Woman's Club I I Christmas Carols will be sungon The American Legion will I Navy Wives -Club No. V88, as we Sage' three small children able to work her doing M, out 1 I MwrsoMs. M c _
.. a#. aAkt4jf pt***. tbrrrby. U particularly proud of the letter I the Wards at seven o'clock sponsor a Christmas Eve Party, Proceeds to Tuberculosis' arid I have no trade. Whichdo of the home, heaves her children I 14m.. dsst J YM rd
f*. .-.. far a great deal .f 'they have received from Mrs. T.! Tuesday evening. The Junior Red Friday evening, on .the Wards. Fund. ; you'think is right' about this motherless as writ M tlss lraarai.siwr7lJ4

_wi a.bsf.e4tea, ...1Mu... II. Bliss, recording secretary of:I Cross of Key West will have The movie for the evening will Christmas party, 'sp:nsored''' by. matter? fatherless and cwmpvts tlwa ilsr, waalta d trI
s..1.. delighted, to the Coco Plum Woman's Club in. charge of this program. The movie be "False Paradise. Ladies Auxiliary.; VFW.: a WORRIED WIFE.I to grow up with little care err I anair iw slMaseM
frw. the many letters on' Suuth Miami, who writing' for. for the evening will be "The Christmas Day will find Santa p. m. at VFW Hall. training I think every sans 1l.ss.l..r M,9ssasrh
legsirnt K. t the dub, orders six of the Paleface." Claus making his final visit THURSDAY DECEMBER'23rdAnnual think your husband wouldbe ,owes this much pnt ctafi r Ley.llw. .
JM t9 .... Iy hat the book : Cook Book copies The "Happy Hour" to be held I through the Wards and the De Community' Christmas I wise" to take the few dollars little children hehM. .brwyAt Orr w. ti.dsk .
and thanks the local
....... a ttr IfMurt* are comIrwm club for their cooperation in' allowing Wednesday evening will feature i partments. He will be escorted Tree Program 3 p. nx, Bay- he is able to bank each month I into the world. 0. A ,saes rep ,
iM M all vrr the place the Coco Plum Club Job George ,an expert magician, by the American Red Cross View Park. Program to be and apply it on an endowment I LOUISA.i Nail tldrsrr Nr.r dYwt
"..ai date Urr. .ua .*! indavid- make little to and other excellent entertainers.I: Workers. announced later. Glenwood I policy which matures in twenty NMe. +w
...... ...4 NMbs. their Library a Fund.profit to go into Sweeting, chairman com- years. In that way he guards II j I i Dear Louist: ( bat, w saw J
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1W ....rp .PT Trirgrara Ca.t Since the efforts of the mittee from City Recreation against leaving you in poverty I My mother object t* fly urn.. Mss d Mir.tw .
.v. .( Wwrmfev, Mass. wanUJ West Key I ; Department in case he dies and if he lives lipstick and refuge m seiod.I 4..tsr. ta4 .
I Woman's Club are directed Yen Band N. C. C. S. Group I I
.. .tjfci>i i MM .f the rrcipes in1 toward the betterment and I I Meeting Boy Scouts, Troop 52, he has saved so much money at : Don't you think site M UM ..M- > M' +si. ,
*. K-f west Cm>k Book, Your I IMp modernization of the complete St. Paul's Parish Hall 7:30p. the end of twenty years. I,!|I fashioned? I t
irlr wwtM kke to are the) Library here Public CalledTuneToppers'; Goes After m. Guest speaker, Eagle As to not trusting the insur-I I I I. L EZ. I __. -l--I la4bsil )
1 Mrs. Bliss'
AM* U Wtwmtor grorerynvn the Coco comments Scout Oscar Boss Army Air ance companies his i brother I I t ..... ... .hit ... i -
regarding Plum
*"" .... W rrrttrr housewife! Library of interest. I Xmas Tree Corps. must have joined some small, Did you know, Inca that the I tSww tfymt wto to to
....... .*. awl demands planMffnwi Writes are great local company or some wildcat I girls who attend the ..w........,. aave pre' .... + tar
Iwas wt...M. and Mrs. Bliss: "The extra George Howell. S.'N., USN. of, Where, except in Key West,'" organization for there are a I colleges use very httfo makeup ..
...*1..1 -...... a : in money furnishing will be a additional great help to chil us Eastwood, Kentucky, submitted I can a merry group combine The Weather number of absolutely reliable I I unless they are going to asnae I k aaMy, a tsar ltauiM .
Ala.MtHM.Mte letter from a'f the prize-winning name for the gathering Christmas decorationsand companies' nationally known :I function.An teal ..-I orals nap
..... .... A lama in Savannah This books little for our Book Wagon. Moreno-Gellrich-Pinder Orchestra tree with FORECASTKey which he will find to be perfectly I I article written .wane ...-..-..... ..... .
trailer swimming
library in the contest held at NCCS 1 '
] safe.I months by who had. OY/hk
M*. "I ... never brfin to ..111 I Iy ago a woman
goes out to the county childrenonce West and Vicinity: Mostly: I
? _
Friday evening. "TuneToppers"won party ,._
W .f KMT delighted I think that a man is very : made a trip to the leading institutions
Mw Ka WM Cook 0..am. Every with a week and has been so ex.trlM'ly the Ronson lighter, awardedto Sunday afternoon a truckloadof partly cloudy with indication of I selfish and thoughtless if he is i I ih this country said ttoat o Address T.., Ugig to] (

*.... UM | I wanted .u in it. aiwUI I need well-patronized that we the lucky contestant. Servicemen and NCCS Junior widely scattered showers today able to carry insurance and t she found the smartest and muM I "ltiH4lA.. I*. ., >,I
more material. We
M SMny ***r mouth-water- gave out 140 reading books last Music for dancing was furnished i Hostesses drove to Big Pine Key, and tonight; clearing Tuesday.Not .. does not.It: good many crimi- I I stylish girls in the school using Ora.t...... S.toful .
week, just by the "Tune-Toppers"; from to collect trees and pine granches much change in temperature. nals recruited from
the --i.-
*.. ww s. I have tried several of. one to individual." are absolutely no rouge when they a g -
an 9:15): to 11:15: p. m. Refreshments from the property of an NCCS Gentle to moderate variable
tfcrm and the tfMhea per1 1 I -- -- -
were Mrs. Bliss ends by offering to were served by Sylvia Sanchez. Advisory Committee member, winds mostly southwest and
few It H tf .* the I IMk i
y ntwt complete the West
Key Woman's Club I
b..A a Hilda Castillo and Don Tucker and returned to the County Beach westerly today and tonightFlorida
I Have had.
ever And number of I
I duplicates of popular AA. USN., of Ashland Ky. for swimming, beach games and : Fair thru Tuesday except
4. akleH are mint amusing"Iirs. fiction which have been donatedto Committee I | pe 1 I r
The Dance Arrangements j a weiner roast. for a few showers in extreme sI
A4 JM ends by ordering a'I ICiwr the Coco Plum .
including the Misses Betty The occasion recalled several south portion today andS
*4 U e buuk fur her MUT in 1 1MM. additional volumes will be very : Caring, NCCS Junior Hostess tree-gathering parties in the I along the southeast coast and I

welcome here. President; Betty Armayor Vice- North to the participants but| over the Keys Tuesday. Colderin I 1
OrMTt Staplriim. a win-1 Yes. indeed the Key West President; Betty Kling, Treasurer these were in conjunction with I north portion and cooler in ka.
v..4iw at Ulamurada, con1' 1 Cook Book is sailing right along. Edith Knuck Tex Hardin SN
; snowman building, heavy south portion today and tonight'Continued
and C. W. Stallins SN I
--- ---- announced clothes and nipped fingers. cool Tuesday.
that the next NCCS Dance I The party included the Misses Jacksonville thru the Florida I'
Officrr Wivv; Club Sponsored will be held on Wednesday, Dec.j I Hilda Castillo. Betty Kling. Betty I Straits: Moderate north to north
29th at 9:15: p. m. in celebrationof Caring Edith Knuck, Betty I west winds today. Light to mod
Monte Carlo Night /<' Officers the New Year.Jayshees Armayor Carol Boza Gloria erate variable winds north por-, .

I Hayes, Rosalie Camalier, Sylvia tion Tuesday and gentle to moderate rYsr

Club Saturday; Proceeds To Charity To Hold Sanchez, Netta Valdez and Marina northeast to east winds in
Sikes, and Servicemen Don south portion. Winds occasionally said i=
Tt. OMM,ea Wivea Club tm- 1, were won by the Mesdames Betty And Tucker AA Gene Messier AA fresh over the Keys today and j; .
...... a ...*.. Cab night at the!, Ellis, C. W. Knapp, Francis BuRY Meeting Toby Talbert AA Roy Snyder, Tuesday. Few showers in south \. \,

.Mhsats tQluh at Ft Taylor wt ttMg4d. and C. A. Lewis. Tex Hardin SN John Kierstad portion and partly cloudy in F t / Minuet ..... w
....... anti ,hM wa a j Cigarette girls with clever Social TonightJayshees SN, O. C. Backer Buckweitz So- north portion .dtTttlt! .. ... I floral ornaments in their hair SN, Gerald Pinder, C. E. Gar- East Gulf of Mexico: Gentle to
"1t.e .... was drcuratrd as a I' and carrying shoulder trays, were held their Christmas lington So SN and C. .W. Man- moderate north to northwest b GM 01 ..... ......
._.... aril. ....... WM a fortune1 1 the Mesdames W. C. Logan Ned party at tie Junior Chamber of ning PRAN. winds except occasionally fresh s ,r pattern we Are
...... sit Ut-f. costume who pre- i Iaidal Beach II. E. Pace G. W. French Commerce Clubhouse last Satur- extreme south portion today. rH,,,' In said ..... triisss
la a gaily4k.awalsd booth. ) J. R. Kennedy J. C. Thompson, day afternoon with over a hun- Visitors Leave Light to moderate variable windsin beaut7 it till'......
Mrs J.rk IU.kIN waa the forKunUrxl -I D. A. leaning, G. W. Clark and dred adults and kiddies present north portion and gentle to ahl._
......., I Miss Frances Busey. The clubhouse was gaily decor winds
I to northeast
moderate east
ated with Christmas After Fine
oars a tree, snow
a were present| Proceeds of the affair, which in.south portion Tuesday. Fair l
.* 1M |...,. .Ati a number oft was held for charity, will go to and fir. and Santa Claus was weahter except for showers extreme -
there the who
to greet children- HereThe
were awarded Y ''r""*T "f uehVMrtional organizations as the Vacation south portion.Jacksonville .
talked with him and made their
ten smut .rue WM Mrs T R American-Red Cross the Tuber- to Apalachicola:
pie... *..l t.ttm pri.*.., including | C-UQiS Fund, the March of Dimes Christmas wishes known. Weatherhead Company of No' small craft or storm warnings POLLOCK'S
The party which was given by Cleveland, Ohio Lockheed Lode-
a Otil<*ni lurkry and toys, and Community Chest. JOIN
the; Jayshees for members their star plane left Saturday piloted have been issued.REPORT
.- -- -_____ _. __ -- --- I friends, their children and chil- I I by H. H. Higgins Dallas Texas

dren of friends, wars highly suc- and Robert Foley, copilot.The Key West Fla., Dec. 20. 1943
Thirteen Key {{ "esters Among cessful. Santa Claus gave each plane carried several distinguished (Observation taken at City Office, ee
child a stocking of candy, and i passengers north, I 8:30: a.m., EST) 1
,f'ffftxwiffr 1'" Cuba/ Over Weekend punch was served. Morris H. Wright R. P. Gibson Temperatures 1

There was also music, with the I A. S. Wade, T. V. Scott James Highest yesterday 82
Kr WeMr leaving fur Han -, Ian Adams. Milan Adams Jr. children singing nursery rhymes II. Hill and Robert C. Marks of Lowest last night 76

..* .%*r Hie weekend via Aer- Burdett Carlson. Ellen Carlson, and Christmas songs. It was a I the Weatherhead Co.; Andrew Mean 79 T
lovely party.Gray Anderson of the Chrysler Corp..
was "JSi.L A. plane included: Betty Sands Charles Flece Paul Normal 70
M,M4. and Ounald Brac-htl. Ser Hayashi, Billy Lowery, Generos I Detroit; Harry K. Strickler Pro- PrecipitationTotal STERLING WITHIN YOUR BUDGET
.to sad Rise EMuin14o, Lucreto Lopez Cristobal Martinez, Mig- Ladies : tein Corp. of Erie, Pa.; and Al last 24 hours .00 im.
...... Ihrmkic4 Ramos Agu uel Estevill Jose Sais Isabel Gardner Chicago Rawhide Corp. Total this month 1.76 ins. t
toM rUrreU. Antonio Lopez. Al- Sais Medardo Rodriguez, Maria Hold MonthlyBirthday These gentlemen returned to Excess this month .58 ins. I Here's all you have to do tot
....... Drl Vatie. Manuel.. and Con- alandoni Capiro Elisa Baez, their homes after having spent a Total this year 47.88 ins. I join STERLING CLUB
HM (Maser. and Ana Weekly I,Caridad Capiro Lee Hidalgo, week at the Casa Roma here in Excess this year 10.22 ins. I Choose of the itertbtf
West. All of them most any
PartyThe Key were I
ether passengers were. ; Pearl Rodriguez Carmen Gov- Relative Humidity.
r.....,... that left for I la-1 1 anes. Benita Fernandez, Jose M. Ladiesorganization enthusiastic about the Islend City 8:30 a-m. patterns in our stock

....... Rodriguez Pedro Oliver Maria held their Gray monthly birthday par and the splendid fishing they had 79% i u Take home a six piece platt
; here they all stated they had
.Hdad Neve Maria ;
Garcia Julia Faez. Santigo Diaz Gon- ty at the Old People's home last and BarometerS y setting
Aalas m Maya Cordon DilU.1 I zalo Diaz Reinaldo Machado Thursday evening a1 o'clock. had a splendid vacation an- ( Level). 8:30 aun. i '
AManda Dttu. James Ward. Helena Edward Casey Lois Casey, Jan The birthday boy was Harvey nounced their intention of returning 29.87 ins.-1011.5 mbs. t Pay only a small weekly or ,

Ward. LMM Xanthoa. Tomas Vivian Tomas Donald Stirrup, and two Gray; Ladies assisted ;at ,a later date. Tomorrow's Almanac { : monthly payment

K.*, ". OMMdura .I'I I Wright Andre S. Grillet Talbot at the festivities Mrs. W. Sunrise -. .h ..... _.- 7:06: a.m. I You pay only the eah :
w..... 8.k.w..+.. Gerald Hoi.to i Sturgis. Piedad Miranda James E. Ellis and Mrs. J. T. Hight. S. Sunset _- ..-.._.-. no 5:43: p.m. 1
Joseph Guley there Ul be aM '
..*w.rth. Jaha Duffy, George Duffy, George W. Decorations consisted of mixed Moonrise on -. 11:26: p.m. t iORHAM price v> .
AileMe earteUanoa. Thomas Duffy Enrique Valls.I flower arrangements and there Moonset -._ _._ ._ 11:39: a.m. INTERNATIONAl interest charge added I. [
ftMe4.. .... Mueller. Samuel I Sunday December 19. 1948: was a program of piano selections Serving On Winter Solstice (winter 'Old foloniet' "Virginian" 'Lyrk" Wild Rose

UmNtr4. Margaret Glokker, I Elide Calcaneo Tito Calcaneo, furnished by Mrs. Willard E. I commences), Dec. 21 5:34: p.m.
Asia ..,..,... Cnwlu Martinez I Charles Hutchins Dorothy Fowler. I CHOOSE row ...

.....* Ftoner. James IoIceomt..1 I Hutchins Jorge Perramon Elena The birthday cake was furnished Carrier Tarawa TIDES Ii FROM" THCSC; t

\MMtoM Otnnen.. Spencer, Harlem Kinpbury Gladys by Lee's Oriental.Restaurant (Naval Base) I GREAT fIIA
to. ..*. H.ln4u t weterrc; MarioHIISM Case, Clara Mellen Ethel and the ice cream by Navy Wives (!Special t* Tae Cltlscal Tomorrow ,
*. Emma Arnold Mane I'I Lauppe John Lauppe David Club No. 88. 1 GREAT LAKES 111., Dec. 20.- (Eastern Standard Time) 1'OfA\\
.Mlh.ry. Charles Sampson Frank Click Alfredo Pereira Carlina Joseph Stephen Guley, commis- High Low '. j CO1' filth

p,4_. Mina T Ni... Hayda Fonseca. Silvano Torres Dora Mr. And Mrs. I saryman first class USN husband 12:46: a.m. 7:53: a.m.
0....*. Maria Julia Munoz,1 I Vasquez, Emilio Casado, Paul of Mrs. Nina L. Guley of 2:16 p.m. 7:22 p.m. HeirloomI
HnBUi M. Ht.rtflurx. Clara Barents Williams, Mary Williams. Paul 706 Olivia street! Key West is i \\1.
Homb rto Rodngues 1 I IrUw I i Williams Jr., William Williams Frank Stick serving aboard the aircraft car- ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA

M Cl..i4.s, Myrtle Charles!1 Elizabeth Williams Estela Neely, II rier USS Tarawa a unit of (Reference Station: Key West) I J International

JMM GaJe Manuel Quevwiu Nora I 1 Berta Pain Doris Pain Frances Return Here Task Force 38 which is now un- Time of| Height of | ; ..
B MtoA. MM Arcftbuki. Maria I I1W i Pain Arlene Pain Enrique Men- period in the Western Pacific and StationTide [high water : GORHAM INTERNATIONAL TOWIE TOWLE

.... Diaz Marta Ak>n u. Man-1 I I dez, Juan Panellas Fernando Se- Among the many winter visitors the China Sea area. Bahia Honda I I Metro Joan of Arc Madeira King Richard Towlc( I .rAs
u4 Aeaaairs. Crwtina lleilner.Aa I villa, Phillip Zipes. Celia Zopes, who have recently returnedto 'I These exercises are being con- I (bridge) __-Oh 10m 0.0 ft
W Alvarso. Angel Alvarez | Irving Gilbert Mary Garcia. Viva Key West are Mr. and Mrs. ducted for the purpose of giving No Name Key Authorized Distributors for All These Silrertmith. M. r ""r.11 14-Uerrs.+
Jr. Hr tm Swy Luuu Klern. ;| Wilson Lucy W /ing. Robert Frank Stick of Kitty Hawk. N. I officers and men of the task force end) 2h 20m
Ill th It,".. wph.e Adams MijJuyshee (Waring, Esteban Arencibia. I C., who arrived on Saturday and,i realistic training in all phases of Boca(east Chica + Available for Immediate (,hnttina Ielire'ryOPEN

plan to remain for about four naval activities. In addition to the 40m
--- Point-Oh
-- (Sandy
months.Mr. training on ship board personnel
Hold Christmas; Stick, artist and sculptor, familiarize themselves with the Caldes Channel (
Party (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft. \
expects to get a good deal of ports and peoples of foreign oOo INVITE YOUR BUDGET ACCOUNT
Of Clubhouse work done during the winter lands. ,
At Jr. C. C.
Saturday NOTE
here, and will also indulge his Ports of call between training : Correctionsto g. 1
Minus : "
(-)- sign II *
H has l-m annuuncrd that the Marie Pinder will act as hostess. hobby of fishing in local waters. maneuvers include Honolulu be subtracted. .,

".,..... w.N. huM a short bu>iMMS Each member attending the The many friends of Mr. and Tsingtao, China, Yokosuka Japan (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to .
nurttng twrught Uvinning rotrtmg tonight is asked to bringa Mrs. Stick are delighted to -welcome and Guam.Uniform. be added. EVERY EVENING UNTIL XMAS FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENHNCC

.4 1;ja a4 !*.. Juawr CtMtnber of gift for distribution to residentsof them back to Key West for i iI
C.I R =.. Clubtieu.eA the old Folks Home by the this, their third winter here. AdStartles '
*-r.*l IMMT will. fellow thei.ee4sag Jayshees organization this beingone They are making their home at Police Rescue Fish
Mrs. of their Christmas projects. 728 Olivia Street.GlIllrtl POLLOCK'Sv
during '
FrankfurtFRANKFURT VEVEY. Switzerland (OP -I \ / u u L'I M T Y \
Of Honor Whether they like it or not Swiss

.1"/,1)/ To Wed Personal Mention Germany-(;?)- police m this area ate going fish { 'JEW J

Meets' TuesdayThe After three years of reeducationand ing. A dry fall left the streams in SV
Charles E. Yelvington son of
An appttMtfoa far a man ug. de-militarization, people m this region so low that the bigger -

Maw Wets Mwd Saturday in the Mrs. Bradley Sweeting, of 824 regular monthly meetingof Frankfurt were astounded when trout are finding it difficultto r

.I CMttjr Judge Raymond Eaton street arrived home for the Key West Guard of Honor they read the following announcement stay; in water deep enough to =
the Christmas holidays. He is a will be held tomorrow night at in the local "Neue support them. The police have .
K. Ud by ttitiMm V. Ables %3, student under the G.I. Bill and the American Legion Home. Presse": been ordered to catch them alive 508 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FU.

., the. U.: 8. Navy and Jo Ann is taking a course in optometry Nominations for officers for Foreigner wants to buy uniform and.set them free in the Lake of Jewelers for Three Generot.osia
Ma* h U. 11, rf 1&& Bertha at the Southern College of Op- 1949 will be made at this meet with breastplate and helmet I Geneva where there is plenty of "Experienced

Nrle6 tometry in Memphis, Term. ing. for 7-ycar-old-boy. deep water. -
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Setestdar a.d t.nilel. .....owl
BURNING OIL BARGE ADRIFT ON THE MISSISSIPPI\ TODAY IN HISTORY i Music Competition in bypaoifcai WM tint .tnei.4

[Trends Carry Threat uOur I .". .4'''' ... (Know America) in the late ltti nntMj. r.y. Uw
!> work of. VWIUMM phy u'+4
:.. 1790 Newly-arrived young : Planned i named Mesmer
English machinist Samuel Slater j j

Two-Party System ;i makes first successful yarn with GENEVA-(//P)-Geneva's fifth

( machinery of his own making, at international music competitionwill

.r COWARD n. SIMS Pawtucket, R. I., thus founding: take place from Sept. 19 to PAINT KILLS

T. DNi.*.'. Wl.f tea Correspondent a o America's cotton spindling indus- ]t Oct. 2, 1949 the arganizing com-

WASHINGTON. oi the rare changes in the American 4f n try. ; mittee decided recently.

twtypartf' system oi politic could possibly result in the next 1803-United States takes for- ]I Prices totaling 11,000 Swiss INSECTSFOR

jeai M __0. The Rust Congress, and the laws which it passes, mal possession or Louisiana Territory t' francs ($2,570) will be awardedto
bought from France, vast
taaj w.B &. a tuinmq point in United States political history. land of which present 'State a but the best performers in singing.
|4o one knows what the final answer WIn be. but two or three a part. piano, and wood-wind and string! THE UFE
: I.
treed* petal to a pohucul shakeup or realignment in the near 1860-South Carolina the first instruments. Musicians of any PAINTINSECTICIDAL I
{lettuce, ,of tfeiS boutr f. I/-: a Southern state to secede. country between the ages of 15 OF THE
and 30 of either sex are eligibleto
I 1864-Gen. Sherman enters Sa
A> ttw MM c..a..rIb
I !,
Who' (Knows? vannah-ending historic March to compete.
twit MMMfc. Mwrta whoH patty i the Sea. 'i iI

ttjl.al swe'' aN .....re4y. i.haktn THE CITIZEN i iI
1889 "La makes SUBSCRIBE TO
i 1. On what day did the U. S. l grippe" its
lit JIfIil9 ...n lilt -Mean fill this 4 I first general appearance in the I I
t...., its Wig MMwe.t. elates declare war '2') Germany? I country. I to patrol the Burma Road.
sail........ $4 t..... w..Sth "have 2. What is the average yearly I 183 --Stone &: Webster I 1944-Gen MacArthur traps a i
.... nrt.d '". pity elpct' lr capita income in the U. S. ed-country's first firm found-I I large Jap force on West Leyte. II j
,... let ........ S Qn. you identify Lily Chau- I suItIng engineers. :I 1945-Russia demands Turkey
.,. r1 bamg t.... to I 1937.-U. S. Supreme Court i cede her strip along the Black
IN a 0 p M Ire ,....... a. &itIwn 4. !In what nty was the third (A) WirephotoA ruling that Government has no Sea. i

....,. assd.Mr.iiti.d! .i4sstte. ....**) of the U. N. General BURNING BARGE loaded with 7.200 gallons of crude oil drifts down the Mississippi river right to intercept telephone mes- 1947-Paris children wildly acclaim I $C I toMea white
.... .ettttwnrl I ......... 1wMe sages. I arrival of food gifts from
... e....... tiartttes ia/ li.riwteat A 1948.**mbly convened in. Sept. at M mohjs. Tenn. It was set afire by an explosion en; another barge. At least one man 1941-American airmen begin America. I ISanta's \ PAJNTHarmless

......r.ld shave I was killed. -
---- -- --- -- --
3. What u Cary
.&. .. h... -
w. Lr w a/t -- -- ---
.... il J... tarty a narrK who HE WANTS TOMBSTONE: CHANGED:
t. Name the only woman Hitler Leaves I
....,. t. ,tail rtuiett alive. to the U. N. Toyland
t- a delegation
a is.-u. r.. ........k1M To HttmoM
.......,.. General Asswnbly
D.MitetrMtt Few Namesakes
T. Who composed the i
... II ....... and M ..rterM "II Trovator' ?" opera SPECIALS i and P.U

t...... .... e..ti.g yeah S. Who it President of the VIENNA W
..... i )-The self-styled
.. use -.n ? Rubber Doll
N. General) Assembly
.. ...... .p=M1t1. rarg.mt.M.M 9. Joe Yule. Jr. is the name I II II "Greatest of All Austrians"' is c Also DIANOL Pow.
........ .. the with
MM leaving der Mix
.. rwMiry I I 1 of a well known'movie star. Who only a few namesakes in irltKrai to
SHade. a lwiltimtf.. I I''u. he? his native land. Even after Adolf i. Your Own FUt
,...,. .. f'- ,. oaf? \ IV;, --S/W/j Eyes
a I
10. Who it chairman of Presi- Hitler took the
ntuveDi. country Paint for Sam R.
.. J ... .... Economic Council She Drinks from the bottle
tfsti whit CWnrt.'M'I. KrfbLa. I.? the 1938 Anschluss his first I then Wets her Diaper suits. On Interior or

... hat w p.- twat be1.w. name was not popular with new I See These Dolls Exterior Surfaces.
,.. ... ...... Mtaeit.tit I II. parents. The 100 per cent Nazis 1 Z On at

.\he ........ a.nl, lammr wry crre 10 .rt Ihem yRrftwMMMi The i Answers xL. liked the nordic names of Horst. 1 Sears Order Display Office Insects destroyed 1 Ut low

........... ..twt .Awe a .r'' December 11. 1941. Dieter and Siegfried. Non-Nazis i i! SPECIALREDUCED 1 to 24 hours alter touch
tide to Hwvw *M .Iw Q. O. P. 2. For 1947:1,323.: wanted notnmg to do with the I PRICES ing the paint iaelud .

a1l.gtanee H_ ..!..'! f..l ...jrto 3. Claudette Colbert's real name.A ROACHES. ANTS. SCO,
p t4tHil t .hMiMfy o$itt *rcIMM. name. recent survey by govern PIONS. SPIDERS. FLICS.
MM-ti M MM Sotrti. but h* 4. Paris. -L.L.s ment officials shows that parents.! $1.67 $2.20 $2.95 TERMITES. MOSQUITOES.ETC. .

mDily" v.4.. k dMi..eliy ....... 5. Archibald Leach. are avoiding the name "Adolf j I
....... and as they would the plague. The' It
the emend amity. S. Mrs. V. Pandilt. Dominion i */) / Buy Ttnluy
trend now is to forget the new- oll.s( Available for Immediate Delivery
that weals RtPi.lli.ae. of India. From
Tb* Smtlh von f........ re......- 7. Guiseppe Verdi. fangled nordic appelations and I
I.ff4n< RerenstructMM' and rfc*.licrrwpatiun 8. Herbert V. Evatt, of Aus- s give offspring such old Austrian:' Doherty Hdwe. Co.
favorites as Franz Josef. Leo-
under RryuMtpanrule. traia. pold, Karl and Hans. 'I KEY WESTor
wises DMMMT*| C in a 9. Mickey: Rooney.
Your Dealer, FrooiH
inuUr.. war But Nat year UMMM 10. Edwin G. Nourse. a ei The survey also shows that few .
,real UadHMiM racked uo their girls are being named Karin and Robert F. Riley IK.
foundation*, and ***+. an events LODGE: CARETAKER ... ; Edda, as they were during the Simonton and Fleming. Streets Phone 1580
Nazi occupation. Those the lC 1100 W. FLAOLEA
i sut...u.,. Are nut the. inIrmU I are
itt t-he S w *Mrn MM! W..tm t- (Continued From Page One) srvr t s..l4TJ names of Herman Goeriog's first : Miami Phone. a Htl, I
of Miami who happened to be II
farmer' mat alike than wife and daughter. I II I
visiting the lodge at the time, --- -- '. I
I thoe* of the wcttr farmer and
Faxon then called the Monroe
Us buttocM alie. in the G. O. ,
County Sheriffs office and told
I .
r.l of the shooting. Guy Ashhurst 7/co-
uf the
Are not the interests
ft Miami fireman, helped the woman -
kke those
Southern farmer more into his car and he drove P M .
nt the w..tem format tattiertbs. her to Homestead for treatment. d '<
tnu. fill the eaftlern. orDemurraU '1 THE NEW FUTURAMICS
Indnpotttsn. ? The Ilamlin said that Dade County (#) Photo _

trader alert can anmr thfteII the Sheriffs investigation office was of the assisting shooting.in I HAMP KENDALL of Lenoir, N. Coo served nine years in prisonat : ...: -, ---, .

II questions t. bu taltefactiun but the turn of the century for a murder he did not commttrAhd .. .
toM a y "'lane"h m*.ur parties Deep-freezing of food was developed now he wants the inscription changed on the tombstone.JPMM! t.- : '.. ._ ,
.. of widely divergeaI -
I r* mmpuMd because a New England slain malLawrence Nelson. It reads: "Murdered and robbed to

_ SHMip*. wbMta.and r4vang wines the or scientist spent several years in by Hamp Kendall and John Vickers. Sept. 25. 1906." KenJalL I .:..
later was pu4l out
Labrador and noticed that quick- standing beside the tombstone was cleared of any connecticn : 1.
Amrricaa' poWice4 pHUvc.U
8 1 IMmckMHl MOM the alit frozen fish and caribou meat with the case.after serving nearly a decade of his 30-year sen io.'
tender and flavorsome after
u-..eM will .4..evt this pubtiand were months of exposure to the Arctic tence. He was given a full pardon. Recently he requested Gov. t
lei de'veh pw.... farm pro- ir. Grgg Cherry to have the "slanderous" inscription removed.
p.... ..i4 dhi. pwgeei..a. a Cherry referred him to local authorities.: a&r aJ

tea"_'c paw r pn..aloe. tutU Peter Cooper inventor of a -- -- ------ -- --- -- .-- .
grams. and ....... ..*M. have. .Dumber of varied items including \ I I'j'

a ta1s.d beai4iia .m toM ieMn a tiny locomotive, in 1845 obtained Twe ,
".. .......... pubtral ..IfIt the first patent for a gelatin FLY (. _
.. ..diId .tee at ..-, ,
.. hit yearstrim clr-.ert.-but did nothing about it. toHAVANA "
N. I..k laity n4nmam __
IadSSi.... wmiltd Nvw't Imo,

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four Crags SELLS Thai Good
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