The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00266
 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 3, 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: UF00048666:00266
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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1' 01.. I XIX So. 288 KEY WEST. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1948 rRICH>i[ .''fate ...


FALL OF SUCHOW CONFIRMED- BY ,. Kremlin I.Removal Of Stamatis I



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I 1:111G: : KAKSIIEK s\YS liE WILL REMAIN IN.. hays Gen. Clay To Due

locate, Which Is False I : Late Today



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NANKING. Dee: X Communist occupation of Suchow. 200 miles Br The A..*ctat 4 ire..) DOCTOR OF YEAR I IY

...1It..., .! her. WM IlicUUf confirmed today br the Nationalist BERLIN. Dec. 3.-The Krem- I II Tells Of /.f'1! Usl; Of DivingTesls

....,.....1h lin'today surprised nobody in the

we r....... also that the lut of the 250.000 Nationalist a American, the British and the lleing; Mitt Ic

bss.s .b. s..d be.. stationed at Suchow for its defense had left French zones when it announced I

H.... Met W, .... W ed..d.y.Th. 'as though it had given weighty wv When Theodora Stamatis. 29. deer wK. was Nee4t besg Was

.., nnuMMtU hd thought that they would have seized much consideration to it; decision, thatit I day night for rr atin nl of the beads. la ,..... !*.. 1M...A e.gMa 1
oJ .*. > .,c the Nationalist Army but they soon learned after
nia ni. had formally recognized the 91 sion chamber aboard the USS CnanlklMt. Naval ma.a s*!... rMt!

.......iM 'h.h .th"t they were doomed to disappointment What 1 i I II I city givernment "elected" in the afternoon ha is expected to be cured .. Ua ........
tfrc N.."", ..,...1. wale unable to take along with them they ystcm; i iA Soviet of Berlin and that I i3i
I !I[ zone I So said Captain 0. C. Van Deraue. .SMdkal a.p. .. ... Neq.
----- J l_ atically destroyedDepots I II i;the Kremlin looked upon that I s
of mug Lions and g.so- ;, x 4 1 1I 1I 1 I i government as the only one to. who is bare conducting a series of tsfetiaMntol wind lea**. sad

I II.MO: : I",MJ.Kwf: I line and oil reserves were dynamites i |conduct the civic affairs in "all who has been observing Stamatis la tile Unk.StamatLs ..

-\\TI1I 1'lnrr Billows of smoke in!I I Iztl l Berlin" wilt tie taken 'teat. Hi* imimpimi. Hiaaakfl .! ) itp
some areas rose to heights of 4I The so-called government is
more than 8,000 feet. I I :the one that Berlin communists'1 ,m. today. In all .hr has !.*.. In Uw leak a tat.| ..f -I.an >.

The fleeing government troops I I in the Soviet zone set-up arbitrarily 1 hours, slowly being rk-niniiii rm*H fmmCoiiulerfeil a ptwas tkrt. twat ....

are 30 miles away from the belt I several days ago in order! .I..Ara dawn IM JIIa4 ltersa.* lMt
that includes two other Nationalist to anticipate what would be donein
J armies, and to reach there the American, the British and II rAfT".I" '"'.1;' wrier.I .
they fear they will be subjected | the French zones. Mrirrtitlr rweaiaiaehelaher

to crossfire by communist artil 'I Pravda, Soviet newspaper, saidit I I I ... vertu trttiw ....4IA.re .
lery j JI! was "reported" that General I i ..
are t41 d -. d .. +

Shek Generaliswrno said today that Chiang he Kai-I I Lucias governor Clay in American Germany, military would $los Iliad $20( I, vy a -wi.. f. ..., Las

idea of leaving Nanking at I leave the American zone "some i that fa ...... .W. ........ .. .he
In Circulation;
time lie said his troops will "' I time early next spring," and that Prw1M tatl.rlare t. rr.
fight to the last ditch to try to (W) Wnephoto the Germans there would be "left E.I E. .
'.. a..d ..... I "N.sl,.. e/ roll ewr ... Ii.,
lr keep back the communist hordes stranded.
MADAME CHIANG KAI-SHEK left First of Ch.na. J WASHINGTON D.c.3.- the brtdU". nits c.- V.. la
I and that he and his staff will not 1 ( ) Lade ar- > A spokesman for General Clay I ..
[ evacuate the city "till the last II I rives at the National airport in Washington. and is met by Mrs. stated emphatically that the re I The Department of the Treat rare Mlles ./al.4 tarara..

moment. If he has to flee it was I George C. Marshall (right) wife of the Secretary of State. Ther'are I[I port was,false. He said further ury announced today that 'ttoo.y art N.1.rastd Nr has.rr.a .

I said that he will go to the hills I seated in an automobile about to leave for the downtownarea ,. that the Germans in the American (;p) Wircphoto many counterfeit Sin and S20 M .eea a- Ili w .t a

and mountains in south China. of the capital. Madame Chiang flew from Shanghai to the French and the British I i bills have been put into circulation I feel kerrMb. lit natal. a.ll --
I the strongholds in which noti appeal for more U. S. aid to China in the Nationalist govern I zones of Berlin would hold their DR. WILLIAM L.=PRESSLY !
even the Japanese could capture ment's war with Communists. !election Sunday, as had been (above) of Due West. S. C, was in the Untied Status .t M.aes has .had Mar .Ma1tr'T .

Q I when they were overrunningI .. !|scheduled before the rump govJernment I chosen as the outstanding fam- Most of the bills have been I. _. M... ebsee r a ....
I l China. -- --- ----- -- --- was'establi&hed. in the ily doctor.of the yefr' by the I issued m New York City. .... aillaaaMuse.. Tlite ..Mkaiow

I (Washington reports that !!Soviet zone. -": *>\oi'J American Medical'Associationin : The treasury said that the : Mry rant pl MM ..".

Madame Chiang Kai-Shek has Errol V. Sawyer session at St. Louis. Dr. I amount of the bogus money tMag w ........ did Ttwatt' ..
had hour's talk with Secretary ...... -
an J Cease ,iPressly formerly a professional 'I may run into several million MW7 tie are a
i lof State Marshall in the Walter Repav g- ;;;; t baseball player has practiced I dollars. ride IAr sa..gratMra 1'I'Mt' -....
Reed Hospital where he went I wisMesr M ttrer ...
for a general check-up. Mrs. Mar- Work Late 'medi me in Due .West his birthplace I. VI fed ... .,.
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Dies Last I Today ;'II III" Cs C fltfV V* *
shall was present and it was | Night ,;r lbrv34 yeu51 far ....... Tbq. Sa +"

said that the visit was. of a. social -. t ...;P: rka.
nature..;. --*" Repaying; work under way inflaming 1 iNeetLPrinjefsaVa ,Red FJ eet Sa 's-- I Ii r .=. II J4I

Jtpfekflptknovyn when the Pres- J. .0f. Heart Attack i J street will be shut down :! j jAt f } I Cecil.!. VM Datasji w t I.
ident .ancrTMa'dame Chiang will 7 until Monday at 5 p: m: today ut LAM tee. mw tsars oCA.Mwsar
hold their conference, about conditions i i The Finley Smith Company is I \ StJtion j U. S. Rebuilding( lied s-. Iowa I .

in China d her request I forced to do some work on its I. I al.1rt. tf t'8' f.s4 dl kn .. tdinar
'> Wlrephoto for further help from the United 1 r : asphalt mixing plant on Dodger's I.'.- s : Yokosuki BaseMOSCOW the Ir4 lw ....... tmiatYc
'i Stales.) In.Doctor's ; Key. Some of the employed lug Applications are being accepted : d .-- nerd .......
LADY ASTOR r..rurID j I I the Smith Company, who live for Temporary Appointment Ipend I .
I Ancestral Home jTo j j on was sect 15.a. w Mr taw .
\ /.Yes. A.oI ird rr..r
I '' "( the establishment of I
sere I han tt Cato :.1 the mainland, i home ng
are tonight
I I ffting I e4.af ..IAle. .... ..
1 Dec 3 The RM
te b4* ..er this. but she Houser to be vdntil the register), for the positions of : .
Ion j Captain I !I gone? Monday. .. evert ..... ;
Engineman and Monotype Fleet, the Soviet naval "
Linotype j public
ligWl. ahead sad auctions a bottle i Be Sold j I knee-s r-M.ra.. 8U,4ra sect ..
.l whiskey for the benefit t I I Operator or Compositor by tion, accused the United State ... tral.e eb
Leaves West 'Yesterday I team pstiwia r aner.ahr.
the Industrial Relations
oa Christmas. fund during a i Key j 'I LONDONIIUn'ilanton) i!!j Temperatures I Building 91, U. S. Naval Station. I II today of rebuilding the Japanese c.- Y. IAaesw ..a
i perry at 10 Downing Street in i naval station at Yukueukl : ........... nrst Mr aeaw .N4.sak
Hall ancestral home of the Lord At 7:30 A.MEST Rates of pay for Engineman be-I j
| Captain Harold A. Houser
I Widow Who Is as. tA.U redllglsa stltrse.
Leaden. TlM Vtrginfa- Red Fleet averted that wfcm
gin at 10.64 per diem. Intcrroed |,
IUSN, former commander of the High Admiral: of The Wash. is to I .ti.ar
j peeress .is known at ODe of thaweeld's I iate rate is $11.12 per diem, nd. the base is completed it Will hean
I Key West Naval Base left today To Station- t' : .
; Driving be sold because of the "impossible Temp. I .. 14.4 with ... geyser. tWm 04
leading teetotalers. I for Washington after an official burden of taxation" Home of Atlanta 51 maximum is $11 60 per diem. ominous threat tn all Area ........ as.d naytK trig. .M /h.mts .
: Rates of for Monotype t
i I I visit here. He is connected with : H I the Le Strange family since the Operator or Compositor be-I I]
the judge advocate judge's officein Ii Bismark 23 .
the ail Awe Mrit Irtatlfa -n-
people" m that area I
Tlinm Sugar Washington and made an I' Errol V. Sawyer 60. city building 13th century. this old landmark Boston ___h_ ___ _. .". 43,'I gin at $10.64 per diem. intermediate '! brawn aft dart aced M1rtr rw

examination of Naval justice in II' inspector, died at 12:25 p. m. stands on the Norfolk shore of .Buffalo ._' ___ __.______ 37 rate is $10.64 per diem, and (Washington, in romltM'f'lttRCon .rt.I rw...d talaaiMp TIMs ...

Into Tank Offrasoline I the Key West area. last night in Monroe County Hospital The Wash-a great bay between Charleston _.__ __hh___. .. 66.I.,I maximum is $11.12 per diem. : the chargmerely seed that able I. p....... tat ill AM r.
Rear Admiral M. E. C urts, of a heart attack suffered Norfolk and Lincolnshire. It was Chicago ________._ __ .31 Vacancies in these positions : th. bas' is being rl.nt"i-UiI not de.ter. wise M Idea wads ...
USN. commander of the Opera- damaged by fire. in 1853 but _Corpus Christi _. ___ 40 II j will be filled by person.entitled; rebuilt l lMissionaries '. the a..rfat
(; tional and Development Force of yesterday morning in the officeof many priceless tapestries and old Denver .___. _"__. .m_ 311f to veterans prcferem as' 1 lung as'l i --- -- Th 4i aa-r. ..... w..| +... i .
: the Atlantic Fleet, who inspected Dr. Herman K. Moore whomhe paintings still hang on its walls. I such persons are avail-bit Applications f j ..
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f Detroit _m__ _.._____ 30 will be II* fv we Ctkatvx N 9*
Senses Drwift. building ron : the units of his command in Key was consulting. Its owner Bernard Le Strange, :,. EI Paso __________! ____. .... 26 I i not entitled accepted to veterans from Bye) i ..... Birsujrd O atajNlm Irene J

e....... said t...., that somebody West for last few days, left here All efforts to locate Mrs Sawyer the Squire and hereditary Lord i FL Worth _._._ _un m____ 33I : i: applicants preference but will be rated-i Yre.rh. I4rb .rt/it. ... Johs M
threw five this morning bound for / Wash- High Admiral of The Wash, says :I Galveston ____._. 41 |i Burmese Law Kara They Ba aMe aaW etstt .alpVn* I
dtsrirtt fart iat. wife of the dead building inspector he is obliged to sell the hall and : m j only in the absence of eligibles!' .
... the gasoline ington. I who left for Houston, Jacksonville __ .. 6- entitled to veterans preference I I'I mi.s feat. rlas* need aw rs.-
rf .ac into because of
prwi gardens heavy taxes as: I It ...
j i flrat eis .
automobile Wednesday t Kansas City ...__ .. 2 *
?._ .? iMa wmrcte mixer at j i morning by have proved fruitless, but will keep the rest of the es- ':, KEY WEST ___ ._ __ 7 't 'I RANGOONAt Amrr.. .... "T M let we ...! a>... lI t! -

WHi.r .... Vie...... streets. Refugee I according to Reginald Prichard ; tatcThe ; Key West Airport m_ __ 74'I Stirrup Leaves ] missionary I leaders are emerned fe et It wrw rlste rm lulu M_ rM.A
title "Admiral of TheWash" laws wlwti -
>Mr ........ seed it was evident of Prichard's Funeral Home. :, ,t Louisville ..-_______ _. ._n_ 43i ::1 j over immigration the ....... .d. ....
Made\ was conferred upon an they say are hampering the ncufxi-' .k.There.... elast ... h >w i."
l ___. ___ ..__ vts sr
( Meridian
that...r< .* the vandal was to Report j Mrs. Sawyer expected to:F ancestor of the 46-year-old own- i m 52;iTo Attend School ; n f foreign: missionary work, in was 1s.tAotg a. IA' nwrf ,
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could i reach the home of her sonInlawI Miami 6:1i :
that it for m
ih' fduior so i er by King John protecting Burrm
"C ?.p f" tine Miaieljr -. I b/l pn1. I It '
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I total of 19. I at Houston Saturday morning. shore WithI Minneapolis --- h 31 I
GENEVA-(WV-A) against invasion. Under Burmese law. a foreigner ..
u.whues, Fortunately. ithe i .. ha li 1vr
d Ir The son-in-law has been advisedof I I Memphis ____._.._. _. 5i t Vance C. Stirrup District Commander nacre en '
Aus- the title the m
'.. ."t4.4. it u ..*. practice to look I 224 refugees eft Germany I the death of Sawyer and will i!'I went right to everythmg 1 New Orleans ___..____ 5 8 I of the American Legion is forbidden rt"aIdf'n in the
tria and other European washed ashore i m ICat
I Italy on a country for a period of more Van ... '
.. in the I' __ __ __ will leave tomorrow to preside::; rs.
at th.Supreme .. morning be- i new his wife. I I Norfolk .___:_. __ __ 51I over the "School of Instruction"to months except permission Mgt. Ne was .... Is wfl '1.
"1 t antes every and abroad in September I Le Strange has moved his family h of the Controller of Immigration
rope iII I Ij .ba4 ....
be held this week end at the men down w MA | Isar '
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,. ,It i u upeatld. and 1,810 more were repatriated, Sawyer was born in Key West !,i to a stone stableman's cottage I Oklahoma City -- ___n... 31 1 I Extension fin application the .. .
Post Home of the MIami Beach m' rbraitr rturd +
and mostly to Poland, the Interna- the son of the late A. Bruce Sawyer I I on the estate. Pensacola .__ ._-'-....____.. ___ 6:1i : j I Ii is only if the Cun .peearra
mnnved given St. nett lfte CAae..
'tl.t sum- wa Legion Home No 85 1828 Alton aara !
and Mrs. Sawyer who is still ______ .. tf i
tional Refugee Organizationsays. I i i I i Pittsburgh h -- I I troller is satisfie dthe prnt'ntof
'Road. I char" dill led r.
helu a..M w
",.IsmnjT to tit* motor, alive. His father was a contractorand Iee..ee.ee.e..e..e.Palace Roanoke .___.__ __ 41 l
t the detrimental l I
m foreigner is not "I ....
i think it -- '
ta *
'" i.U-n Canada offered homes to I Sawyer first went to work :: TheaterCHARLES : SL Louis __________ .. 3 111| Comdrs Post Post Chairmen Comdr, Post and Adju-other | to Burmese interests. This clause lUa. .ajiV' tarn >w fjliiBiM asBBBBBBM 4... .

--- -- most of the refugees. receiving for him. Bruce Sawyer built San Antonio: ...--- ..- .. .. :3 I J{ tents Legionnaires in the ,10th Legion'II j was introduced mainly to ..,.- 'tit 4M fc4.. ajjcwajaajsj" card BjfBfaV. c.....**.* v' .,
some of the better Key West STARRETT and = = |I Ir
took Vene- San Francisco 4 I But
\ Court 5888. Palestine 3811. District which all Le- ?uard jobs no one is soar )Prw.. wMwelwi I''
: comprises i ij
I 1 ruela 2,100 Argentina 1,813, homes SMILEY BURNETTE in I Seattle n". 3j r j j I;ion Posts in Dade County aryl t now it will In intcrprrtidAcit : Navy rerord div was ...v..ifrrt. ai.
France 1.155. Australia 1,032 and I Young Sawyer took up con "Whirliml Raiilm., Tallahassee.. 6.::I!j nlinE to Forrrs.t Smith Mal wr wrrr. aauii- '
.\\ffirnis Lope/) ( I the United Kingdom 814 Smaller trartii g when his father died and !i News and Serial'e..e..e..e Tampa 6;distinguished! | ,I I treasurer of the American fWp break that. ia4ed "

numbers of these homeless worked for many years at his I' Washington 4 the program. :;: tist Foreign Mission Society theI "G.,., 1 ...* ... ....* vKStMMttm ...
victims of the war went to a trade. lie was made building Leaving with Rob- !i I law is affecting missions, who art -.cuM." raelaraled lbeydM
Stirrup are
Yo ", ..J miment. the Su- inspector for the city in August I! ,
of other countries. that .
apprehensive ftf'Wn
I ert Daniels District Adjutant: j i wr .rilllaye.l
Tallahassee has I i
r' at 194a Ivan Roberts director
I''i .ill stir rtmiuon, of Judge The total number of refugees of the Department; of Public- I NAILSsTHUNK j For Sale! For Sale! George Allen Warren: Post Cnm- brought nut from America may these An.s.alg .. tat hd t. ,
i Jr of Circuit re-established since IRO began i 11918, DODGE 1 .Ton manner Post 28: and Purl L : not b! permitted t.o rrtnain in thri the 0...... Vr... a Iilltlalibepei '
l Service will also act build-
i ?" I..pr/ : as
operations July I, 1947 is now ; untry after three muftthn .
'i '
the mortgage Panel Truck Like NewNAVARRO'S Mesa Jr., 1st Vice ClI;i;nan'ier, rwi early m I Maih
,.I t ti.miMumt! over 300,000. At the end of September (Continued On Page Six) M MMKKARD Post 2Fine! !I "lapse Smith punted nut that 'teak ,... IS ...... rasa 'r -
.,. i I" tile -wit brought by W. HU I 555.300 refugees were I TELEPHONE 816 I Inc. I I 1 the the only foreign miMKtnawa H. had m ow;.. 13 %>.> '
\ .t. .., .n acainat Charlie Hemple.l ., still receiving IRO care and I .wwwww-v wwwwwwwwwww Opposite Bus Station now in Burma arc the men who metal' fnmi tat ....... ,d tl
f TaveMer maintenanceSHOPPING. ; I w.orkl'r'UI(' field in rrt'WMa .,
BRADY'S .. ..
charged that ---
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i These returned to th country -!
.p'I.i ... |1'1.i had made a mortgage for 1 -for- -. : : Fishing Tackle fore the immigration laws were' I, was ....M.ke.l with the raw
v nun) 1ft favwr of Hafeman 3feELKS' 'I introduced and are unafftftflHe t .
\ rti.i tUfrman lust his action in j iiI i i
CHOICE POULTRY MEMORIAL SERVICE said representations to havethe
i. u,> C..urt through his attorrph StMpPlAlrt. II Thompson Enterprises Inc. law hanged: have been merle.
I.' J Otto. Miami filed an 1214 White Street Phone 540 Hardware Division-Phone 886 to the Civ 'mint'ntMIAMIKEY ....- -.....
.. I"i the Superem"Court .&....._._._AA...... Uli I Sunday, December 5, 19'18 <

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I r Francis at Division Phcne 9134 iSJj i i Ul UV_\L STREET Tail and Exhaust Pipes TELEPHONE (
for AU CanRoy' WOMAN'S CUM
TWINS Toar PI:RE OIL Dealef (
Studebaker Dealer DAYSTILL I LET T TC Grease. Spray or: Illi ii, Visiting Elks and Public Cordially Invited 1111f.'f i Key West Auto Parts Next Barge Leaves I )lf DUVM. 8t
.7 Y..r TrlendlT TELEPHONE IM I f I UO Change Your Oil 121 Duval St. Phone 442 Miami. Sat.. /),.,.. I
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flu? ;cr!t IHcsi dftiscnnr HELP "CARE" TAKE. C&xU-.. :'Argentina Solves .Club Bans -- '

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1. r. AMTKA'. n__ ..* .....* ...- CARE is a government-approved service -
*>_.., ... AMTMA I.rr ....- ....... II Quiz Dispute Hand Grenades fIJ fJ-
..a Th. ('ltIs.S BvlldlBKUr composed of twenty-six major accredited _
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iR I..._.......c..t. .. iy. w..t aael American overseas relief agen- BUENOS AIRES-(A')-Quiz KUALA LUMPUR (IP) L BY EMILY NOBLE

rea cies, operating on non-profit basis, with program directors here don't Guests at the Selangar Club, ffewsfeetvrol

._.. at iii.. _.... F1.fId.. .. a.cOd cl.. m.tt.r have to rack their brains any I:leading social center ot the capital .

TMM" AMOCIATIuD PRESS the cooperation of the United States Government more to think up new prizes. And 1 I of the Federation of Malaya; banged the table aa hard "Batt I'll ... ... .. M-
MMN......*k..4 fv**> U .BclBlvly. entitled$ toE to provide a safe and efficient manufacturers won't get any henceforth must leave their 'CHAPTER 14 I the Pat dishes danced. Win you ,hie} Ie ... .... .. ..... w. ... ... .' .
F ,..........Ml .1 all .... UpalCB.B credited free I I hand '; ,WAS Bella Durfree who let her tea .. It i4 .....
of tad
more publicity out grenades outside. bit mouth .y.rj'. .
: M. .>>." .*. .r4it*t U this paper. and method of sending packages to unfor- sup- IT 1 your .
.. *..! .... ..Mt>*.4 ..are. plying them either. 1[ Many of the planters and business brought the news to the Mona- us what happened.' If Iff realty &*lt 8ttIIW ... er. saM ,
-- tunate individuals in other countries. The federal, government has men who make the hans as they sat about the dining .our Rosalie we're gulag tp 8M ..sa Jin e. .. '-'
.t ..a..PTIU.1'''.:. up Set t .. .. .. ....
belated Pat and the theatre t. .
room after a supper. her.tomjht pack i Wer.
.._ ._- UI.". While the United States has extended just come ui: ror sane prize givng. langer Club's membership ...
-.,_ . I." Bulger had worked even later every night *o shell be a aUftftt.She's tea sad gi4' 1M I'tMrfre..5
C. _- .. _. _ I..' considerable aid to European countries Its definition of sane is regularly carried arms since t than usual and hadboi*shome' our Roaali- He Jumped up I i
LOS "postal savings bank certificates, Communist-led insurgency tired than' usuaL:.)Irs. and knocked over his ban Bd ..AIId .... I ........
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e ..:. .. -.-- ...---..-. .25 which is helping to rebuild industry and postal savings stamps schoolbooks broke out in r..alaya last June. Monahan had waited for him be- beer glass in his enthuMacm.Mrs. .

,- ..nr..TI.'U' .i1Ie economic activities in Europe so far as or school equipment Other Because there have been cases of cause she always waited for nun Monahaa caught his hand I """ .......

$... e.se .. A|>i>ltr.tlonrtcri prizes are canned.Radio "careless' handling of weapons in- -ahe thought he deserved.,that -Take it easy Pat. I dont like cooL Y5e1 ea.. .. ... ...
food and clothing go the average familyin side the club.the much consideration in return for to give Lottie right in anything I new sadwhuurli .......
rn( n by-law on
...SS..*_"ra sj .( '....11.. resolution many countries finds the going tough. weapons hecently was amended. all be had done and -was doing but what chance u there of owl is 1 .. r- '
0r a -" ete. will b* for her also because she hoped Rosalie beln' so grand sH at oars?
-.t-St I* e=nis a ll CARE has designed food and clothing ProgramsBy Weapons in futpre must be completely Lottie would. go home. And Lot- The Pal,' is a grand place, sad I. atbseanywc"I. ,,, b-

:MI"* _..rt.t."...' fcy. h arches from unloaded. Hand grenadesor tie had not only stayed but gone bow could she be there all at a ....... ".. Isa I ( 5saa .....
.. .. t cents line. packages priced inline with the huge :
h* 4rlv are a The Associated Press 4Ia. ....
other talking.Joe
.. .. ..,ea f'raI. cad invites dl.- exposive weapons may on talking talking. ; once with nobody to teach her son .
.. pIr. !..... sad PBbJccts of local or buying power of the organization. Food not be taken into the premises. ,had come injust before nothin but m*?" g... a' W4 in II ,.. .. .
... .. .., It ails .*t >>.klliilt anonrmoaa NrnNORKPROGRAMS- Pat and much as she loved him. And the best teacher I 5.. 5 little
:.:: and clothing purchased cheaper than you're
are .
lN mother had groaned at sightof aH -1 .knew ne .'siM. N. iii- ...
Subscribe his in world. and dont we
Tim i la astern atandartf. "or c n. To The Citizen. the "
the average American can buy them for tral standard subtract on. hour ftp him. She had been telling Lot- know it? Wouldat I flatten anybody's asks svt ,on .. is" a,
mountain standard Subtract tw* tie he wouldn't be home until to ..twasn't
who dared
himself or herself. These are shipped to hturt. Some local stations Chang LEGALS late he taking Bella Dur- face say her r.tPat .... ttsat ... one ..
.....r *f relay/ to *t local schedules. as was so! Bella has seen ...
Europe in large quantities and stored in Last minute program changes can free to the early evening show at dance here." 5 l. he ..... I.go ... ...
not fee included. Paly's. There was an Irish picture ... FM a ... iwemse ..
ICEMIEI 194.1NJ'a0YDCDI'TS warehouses strategically located in eachof IN TIeR CIRCl IT COl'RT OF THR there at least Hollywood'sidea voice slower. sat 5i1S. -- .
Ella RNTH HK-IAL. sPiel IT I JOE'S came ... : ::
the countries served. When an order FRIDAY DECEMBER 3 OK Tltl.TATK OK .MN.D'. of Ireland. She had almost can't be our ResaJte. She's th silsine .: ; ,
.... & ...
.c .
lAM FOR IO\ROR .OU>T', snapped at Joe. Pkckertaf ItIrbac 1 :
comes in for a package, it is air-mailed to (ve.lsSOOXaw Fi.ORllc. l\ t'IIA'oCRItY.Csa. : "Where is Bella? I working for a Mr. Ms OTWM4 oil a rJe : ..
%.. .. ..... '
I MINe tlw HeWllA mesas n.
the nearest warehouse and the package is : : Report IS Mln.-nbo THE CITY OF KEY WEST. FLO- He had fallen into a chair and. andLottie lie. I A
snorted. That's ..
Newscast Kvery: Day-cbs I a p M ....'" ...... in ... .....
almost growl
Network Si.ent Hour aboeast KIOA a Municipal Corporationof sighed. It was a called that office and no one .
immediately released to the fortunate Florida, ....- *
where she "
ron rrr WEST Kiddies Network Hour (repeat)-*bc-west Petitioner. ORDER TO "Why should I know knows anything, about her I shin. ... *... .... ...'
Silent U br.-mb.-' .. SHOW CAl".: is? I have enough to worry me. went to the house where you said ,. .
V .
Kiddles Hour (r.peaU-mb. ....... .. Wisee .
ADVOCATED:: BY THE CJ1'IEH person.For TilE STATE: OP FLORiDA. and Mrs. Monahan expected Bella she lived and her name isn't ea, ffi.
: -Sports. Music Tlmabe WM > WMCbuU
the information of our readers You and Slarrtag.eb.S:4S.wseast the taxpayers, property ownersand to come bursting in wild with any of the bells. I her hee4 sad :
citizens of The City of KeyWest
who may be interested in CARE packages, : by Three-nbo Florida including. non-reni- rage because Bella, like Lottie Pat slapped his thigh exultant "to -
L Mars Hot*]* aM Apartments. Lowell Tbomas repeat ID-cbs wasn't one to hide her hurts in That's
dents o nlnK property or subjectto ly. it If .he's dancta atPaly's I "JWIa ,on ee.w he'. ...
Pavilion. we point out that they may be sent to Austria 7:00--Supper Club-nbe-basto taxation a dark corner: as Joe did. ..
& Bo-ch and BatbJac The Beulah Skit-cbs therein.Ltvfendant*. she must be gettin grand ......
1. Airport -Land and Sea. Belgium, Czechoslovakia Finland News and Commentary-abo TO THE STATE OK FLORIDA. And instead Bella came burstIng money. She'd be livin' at a swell ft wse Je* **. __ hse1
Fulton Lewis, Jr.-mba TIIROLOH iLKNN C. -MINOKR.: in with the news that Rosaliewas hotel or on Park Avenue. el.wtyaMgsher '
4. Csvwalidatloa"" ef County and Hungary, Italy, France, Greece Japan, 7:1i-Vews and Comment-nbo STATE ATTORNEY FOK THKKLKVKNTH dancing at Paly's. It was a Mrs. Monahan patted' .his arm I "",.wva' Art AMtMM .-
City O.Ttnuneata.t Jack Smith Show cbs Jl'DICIAI. CIRCflT bombshell to make even Joe sit .
the Netherlands, Poland, England, Scotland Dally Comm.Dlan-abo IV ANI FOR MOVROE COUNTY. Take it easy. Ya'll .last longer epg gemsat ... .
Cooununity Auditoiivun. Dinner Date-robs PJ. >K1I\. AM THE SEYEKAU up straight and stare. Pat'volcedthe Wait till tomorrow night unless te s&a1 .... 1.a.t ....SU. ..
Wales, Northern Ireland the American 7.3IX The Smoothies-nbo PROPERTY: i\VNKRH. TAXPAYERS. general amazement. beer glass you're afraid she atal gaud ...... *aahB

British and French zones of Germanyand Bob Crosby Club-cbs : CITIZENS ANt) OTHERS in hand. I enough to last that long." .... ........ 1T'sa ...
Lone Ranger Drama-abo HAVING OR CLAI.W.INO ANY "You're makin' it Bella. Ya! =,
all of Berlin. Henry J. Taylor-mbs RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST IN up. She's good enough to latt a
7.45-News Comment-nb*- PROPERTY TO BE AFKKCTBU MY know you are year. Wasn't she good Betta*** .rr-
MONOGRAPH While the blockade of Berlin con- News Uro.4ca.t-cba: THE: ISSUANCE OF SK\VER: REV.RNL'E "I am, not I saw her. I borrowed Bella stood looking at Joe wnct $
Sports Comment HERF.1N1'KKORK
CERTIFICATES. glasses to all
someone's opera was not looking at her at
tinues, the organization i is i flying only food ':00--Paul Laralle B.nd-BM REFERRED TO OR TO It billed; ... M--
Rosalie. is and
Ts Miami( Radio Announcers, Jack Carson Show-cbs KK AFFECTED IN ANY WAY be sure. It is She turned slowly to Pat .
packages into Berlin. }o'., Man., Detective-abo THEREBY: as Irish Dance by Rosalie." shrugged elaborately s.. sh. 7S, ...

44s'Mlmen : Great Plays Scenes mbst You ard each of you are hereby Lottie laughed m 0 c kin 11 y."You're Mrs. Monahan heaved herself "" -;; ,
is like More than 3,000,000 CARE packages :30-Jimmy Duranto Show-nboMr required to .p..r.t I*00 clock just saying it because. to her feet -Don't talk. Site gave J
Cisrrtet pronounciation and Jan. Ace-cbs A. M. on the lith day of tt.Dd. )1-.
have been delivered to grateful Europeans This Is F.B.L Drama-abo A. 1.. ISIS.! In the Court I..mber.j you're mad at Joe for standingyou Pat a gay shove "Put on a cten
...Ilg In fashion. It may be interesting Leave It to Girls-mb* Key Went. In the County up I bet." shirt and your Sunday suit. rr* he II 1118'"
during the two The most Gardner mbs roe, State of Florida pursuant
in Moscow past years. pop- s:55-Hy Says I ,
tr k w w that there i L4 no Cow >.00--Eddie Cantor Show-obe the Petition 'In regard to the validation ---- ----- - -
Suchow. Under those ular package, of course, has been the The Friday Theaten-cbs of Sewer Revenue. CertUi-
aiiI no Chew in Break the Bank-abe rates dated July I, 1148 proponed "WV." -srI, American Sm.

..-didelUl neither place' is desirable for standard food package which costs $10, Qabriel Heatter' Commeat mb -mbs to\\eat.be Florida l issued by a Municipal The City Corporation of Key I Your Horoscope I were. pMtsenM *<..* KMSTKONO ...... ...
:15-Se. Broadcast-
I I delivery guaranteed. Other packages, at : in the County of Morr e, an a )tHHHrrjr eneon.I $: -Red Skelton Show- b* State of Floridain the principal FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3. IMS - -
the same price are as follows: Layette The Serltf( Drama-aba amount of 'ii..U.841, and to bknown be ww..Y..T+T....
Tours for to Ir
I TilE ORACLE a Sone-m" -Today's disposition seems .
"J% Sewer Revenue C..rtlri.te.
an -
Blanket knitting wool infant food, woolen t:55-Five Minutes Sports aba ..", an ally described In the diplomatic and at the sun time I AJIM,sTJUUTO -...

i suiting household linen British food 16 00 Mews for i Mnutes-mte. Ordinance attached to raid Petition I assertive: but there u often an TRIUMIJI
i : -Life of Rlley-nbo for validation, which raid Petitionhas
S Friday Playhouse cbs- By (rT) Newsfeatures of that liable I
been filed in the above styled element cunning is
I OPINION baby food kosher food Italian and Greek Boxing & Sports-abo> .. (' ixe, and at such and COFFEE
PUBLIC Meet the I'reabe time place ."......".....M to lead to trouble. Many of thenative's

food, and oriental food package. In addition 10.30-Bin Sten**> -n : prayers ao sh.w of(".u.the...Petition It .ny should why not the JULIUS OCHS ADLER. born ambitions will surety be MILL

Spike I Jones JIevu..cb.Dancing be granted, and the proceedings attained but enemies are
I I'ilk opinion i I. a mysterious thing. there is a lard package, for $5.50 Tim*-mbs and Certificates validated and confirmed Dec. 3. 1892. in Chattanooga liable to, be made.many who may succeed 11 St
delivered and 10-.45-Pro and Coonbc11OON.w as therein prayed, and au Term, son of the general manager -
a special holiday package Cr.eari
....uti..... it appam it U turned off or one ., Variety. S hrs.-cbs: thorla..d under the laws of .th.. of the "Chattanooga Times", in overthrowing projects !!
with delivery guaranteed-"for $15. -Spiceis '.. jvcwa and Dance Hour-abo State of Florida. that seem certain of success. .............
I mater switch News. Dance: Band 2 bramba1I1SSews This Order shall be published and nephew of ..
f not available to giv.e.he1 contents: "of & Variety to 1-nb. once ..a.h week for three (3) connecvtlte 1 the late Adolph I --- - - -
in weeks in the Key West *a.&a. **a. iI
l>t ua eonlder public opinion Key C:00-Dinciof COLtloued-ako-weit
'tcT In S. Oclis, founder
each package but inquiries addressed, : Citizen a newspaper published ,
WIN*. for inntanee. It would seem that our the County of Monroe. Slat of I of the "New
"CARE, 50 Broad Street New, York '4, N. Florida, the first publication there "I
aHltuil h.". with our population of 20- of to be at least eighteen (II) days j York Times
Y.," will furnish information-- as 16 the Saturday Summarj prior to the date herein d..lisnat..dfot. Graduate of
lette In a country of 1S4.000.000. would not Time ia casters .t "..... r.r the bearing of said cause. i Ad- I FOR SALE
contents of the special packages J ., central standard subtract. s05 .eur; .>NE AMI ()RIOERRII at KeyAVext Princeton I'
|>e> In ttt. with that everywhere else in the ? tar msufltaA standar5 two .....r.. Florida this 24th day of November len was a ma-
With all of us, in the United States A. I154*. '
iMrexJ. State.. nut such haa been the case (C..U AQUILINO LOPEZ. JR.. v j World'imanyt
preparing to enjoy the extended holiday i SATURDAY, DECEMtER 4 Judge of the Circuit Court, Kieventh -, fJi Winning!
"aftv. oIIlenL Judicial Circuit of Florda, land !
season, between Thanksgiving and Christ-t | for Monroe County J
>! MorntsgVMlnd i medals
enker! the latest instance. .
.Let tie nor !':dec.3..IUI- \ I WhitefNEWSPRINT
mas, it is well for us to give a thought to t Tour )Janners-tbi in the,Argonne.
"... M. >v+ral month The Citizen has heard Shoppers Special abo
I the suffering Europeans whb are tryingto 1:15-Barnyard Follle*-cbs IN Till riHrtiT roi'RT OF THE : yli": i Ockt Ad.Wr) He became

....14..18.... hi Key West against this coun. rebuild their shattered- lives against 5:30-Coffee IB ashingtonnbo15:00Mary ELE'oE'oTII KIOHIU JIUKllL.. IM AXU TIRrilTUK Foil i a rigit\.iet,general in the South-

Mrf*. Wflf or "loaning" any more money Red Barber Lee Clubhouse TMIor T ,J--be n'. MONHWIUI'NT. *. I wept; Pacfhv in World War II, is 1
heavy economic odds. Those who do not IN lH\NhH\
I* Chfaa' t. try. te bull't.r l up her economy American Ozark VaDey Jaxs Folks-abo mbs N.. 11-3M.: now a major general and general
wish to provide a Complete package can FRANK J RUSSO and manager of the "New York
. the communist armies I, 10.30-Archie Andrew Skit-nU v
fill aiss .*i' Ie fight FRANCES ni'hSO his WUfO Times." .
join with others in making a contribution 11:00-Meet the teeknbo l>y Frank J. Ku-mo. her
...4 .... ....w ....trging on Nanking. News: Let, Pretend-cbs husband and heat friend. 500
toward the delivery of CARE packages to Abbott & Costello abo Plaintiffs. NOTICK OF f
TK .4..w .itt "Key, West is that the Movie Quiz.Show-mbs -a MUSTEK'S! : !H\I.B TODAY'S Sheets25c
hungry and cold Europeans. Such dona- 11:3ft-Smiling- Ed UcConnell-nb MARK M DUFFY et als,
UI.e1 States ha* given or "loaned"ofttMifh Junior Miss. Drama-ess vfendant ANNIVERSARIESKnow 8V2'
should be made CARE and the x
tions to The Teen Club-mbsAftera Notice is hereby given that the :
.,.... money already for her toM I undrrMgned all Special Master under : ( America)
organization will select the worthy benefi- es>
..... NnfHwement in her economic 12,00--Theater of Today-cbs and foreclosure by virtue heretofore of the final entered decree of In I 1755-Gilbert Stuart, greatestof .

4. otandinjr. That ciaries. Junior J..ncUebo that reMain cause pending in the 'American portrait painters, THE
.a mMitary money exmar L. Hampton SbO.-lObl :
Circuit Court nf the Eleventh: Judicial born Narragansett, R. I. Died in
........ than fine-half billion dollars, 12.30-Frank )lerrl.ellDb.Granil ) Circuit of Florida. In and for
Central Drama-cbs 9 1828.
Boston July
The business of developing one's Monroe County, in Chancery being Artman Press
... .. into China be American Farmer-aba Chancery Case No. lli. In which
K **a MMiring to Campus Salute-mbs .. 1810 Louisa S. C. McCord, Columbia -
personality is more important than that of Frank J. Ru o and Frances RUIKO.
tK.-iI lf the Nationalist government 1:00-Farm and Home nbe his wife, by Frank J. Ruftftn" her S. C. writer, who gave

..ii4tLna. .have Ken getting worse and regulating others. County Smoky Luncheon Mt.Fair.Interviews Hayrlde Quis--cbs-mbs aba husband Plaintiffs. and and. Mark'next M.friend lAiffr and are heroic born service Charleston to the S.Confederacy C. Died- : CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51

Aldona Duffy, his wife Florida In- ?
...... KM. the tM w hate reached a stage 1:30-Ed Tomllnson! Talk-nbo du"trl.1 Commission, of Nov. 23 1879. .
Some types of Communist activities Give and Take QuU-cbs the State of Florida, and agency United I: .........--..--.......wwww.........
..... la tfcr4.taff the fall of Chiang Kaigmvfrmmtnt. To B. Announcedbo'1:45Report Statei. of America a sovereignty. 1826-George Brinton McClel- .
outside the law are spying sabotage pass- : on Europe-nboZ are defendant will offer for sale lan Union commander at opening -
U with .
.i.k's which riddled :;:i -
:00-Lunch vlth Loptz-nbc and sell! at public outcry to the ------
fraud perjury counterfeiting rioting of Civil War, Lincoln's oppo-
| port Stars Over Ilollywood-cbs highest and lest bidder for cash -
ptavtfctff MM tHrtriffht thievery.CMa.s. Fascinating Rb'tbm-.bo nent for President 1864. New
at the front door of the courthouse in
disloyalty in the Army Navy and the To B. Announced (i hrs.)-mbs
In Monroe County in the City of
toward the born Phila-
pap.h. wgy go vAllrRt Jersey governor, in
2:JO-Football Came nbo & tbs Key West .Florida on the Cth day Overseas
., b to rH a* much out of it as one Air Force. To B. Announced. (3 hrs.)-ab* of December A. l>. ISIS betweenthe delphia. Died Oct. 29, 1885. Transportation
4C 00-Dane*. Chas. Slocum-mis hours of II::08 o'clock A. M and
1860 John Bassett Columbia
.gd ., .... TtHM it has been that the 4:4S-Church Program-mbsi 2:11. clock I'. Si. the name being Moore

.....Itl MM! tMHHlredii of millions that the A SAFE WAY TO SAVE :OO Take-To a Be Number Announced-inks-east-nbe a bourn legal nf Hales ale, the day following and the described legal- international University law, famed professor authority of- Company Inc.
situate in the Countyof
.K China has 5:30-Make Way for Toath-cb* property born Smyrna, Del. Died Nov. ,
ciuI .
... .. seat to not Musical Program-abo :Monroe and Stale of Florida, to-

.. sRpflah4l1, *>r attained a sIngle note.1StLJ More than 7,500,000 wage and True or t'aisle-mba-east witOn, the Inland of Stock Island, 13, 1947. Fast, Dependable Freight I and Eiprrcc SrrttMbetween
fi:4Lutsl.! Doe Drama nb
: *
1871 Newton D. Baker. Wilson's -
.... ..... salary earners in the United States are To Be Announced-abo Florida and being Lots Eleven -
(11), Twelve (IX) and Thirty- secretary of war idealist

.H.*t Ii Hk.. Ht4Hc. opinion. While buying U. S. Savings Bonds regularly Necklines still four Erect Subdivision(34) according fit a to part Sun of and humanitarian born in Mar- I' MIAMI\ \ and KEY WEST

of are being emphasized Stock Island. Florida. recordedin tinsburg, W. Va Died Dec. 25.1
N.. W....ita were ..tr"inlC'" their hope through a pay-roll saving plan. Many Stoles tie scarfs, cape- plat Book I at Page 107 of 1937.

$144 ,.ISI&III. rkiaBtr. Kal-Shek'a mission them have signed up at their banks so that lets and necklaces grow more the I'ublic Records of Monroe Also Serving ALL POINTS ON rLOA18A KCTSB

..... ...tMI .In fal.isre. a similar hope was each month a bond is automatically pur- I important each day. I the County said sold to property Florida.satisfy at said aforesaid decree.It .being The state of Pennsylvania'smotto I .tw... MUaal and Key Wea

J" ..-....'.. tv>.rtuh. .ttt the country, as chased to build up their financial reserves. The hats of all the American is required by the final decreeIn is "Virtue Liberty and Independence -

I'd radki stations have The result is, after a ten-year cycle, I presidents from Grant to Truman said the cause plaintiffs that any(.r person either oth..rthan of "' ." Rhode Island's IS Express Sd. lul.,

ranged in size from 7s to 7%. them) desiring become a bidderat "Hope. South Dakota's is "Un- (No Stop Cn 3onis. ,
a_.* .Ir....-U R U...... they have a safe income coming in every such !sale shall be required todeposit der God The People Rule." LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY .U.

"...w re" H, mt re of the American month. This is better than a gratuitous LEGALS I Ia..t..r with prior the to undersigned the date of such Special CEPT SUNDAYS) at t.00 VM. A*.

lOa I... cashier' check or current lives at Miami at aa... .'....dl M4.
..-IJtm' .....cy hi the<< Chinese to fritter annuity because the individuals have funds of the fnlted States In the TRUCKING SERVICE Furniture .
....''t T..h-M'. ihe qsuctlun. .trulOundt"d| by practiced it through provident invest- l> 'I'lli'UI'T1'. Jl IM.Fri! ('Ol HT.IN amount Dollars a ofr.* earnest.... Hundred that such($200VI person Moving General Hauling i I! MIAMI DAILY (CCXCKTT
\>ll ION >IO>HOK Cot >l\. :
_. It NVIMIILi..r&ii. ment and intelligent savings. r'IUKIIt. IN I'HOIIITK. Its will acceptance make good; his anycue bid in h cane person!' of Every Load Fully Insured! SUNDAYS) at ILlS .'.-.. MMnioht .

Treasury Department officials point In R.It.* .'t\ of o CXTET.I other than the plaintiffs (or eitherof ISLAND CITY TRANSFERPhone 1 and arrive al Key W..| al

>..ceased.OT5CP them) is required to completehis 166 524 Southard St. I S.OO e'clock A-M.

.. a i* *t an asset to anythingM out that the American people have in- .\NII UK KILIN tPPIILATlUN FlAl. I HRPOKT 'Uli- bid sale within by deporting five ($) days with alt..r"u'h the RESIDENT PHONE 1002-R I II l.'ul SfhrtluletStops '

._.I .... ......... creased their holdings of savings bonds Ol..t'Ra:. Master the balance of his bid incash _
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COSTERSN' : ; any person depositingsuch f ( Al AU Intermediate PetelmJ
from forty-three and one-half billions in ..tic.- i.. hrrl>\ given to all prriionx cashiers check or current funds of I I LEAVES KEY WEST DAK.Y III.

.4 ainfa. t-H help others ai you February, 1946 to over forty-seven billions signed that Kxerutrlx I. Ruth lUlry.of the the Estate undt-r-of the successful United States bidder and may not letmediate-becominga ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIES CEPT SUNDAYS) at .... Velseb

harry O aley. dereasrd. have filvU l) after. the adjournment of such i A. M and arrive at Miami at &Ail
.- .. ....... fseIwe.pp with thirty-two billions of the totalin with the Honorable Raymond R. sale receive back such cashier and EQUIPMENT o'clock P. M.
check or current fund i
L..rd. i'ountr Judge r of Monroe
Series E Bonds. County. Florida tn>' final report as Property I Is being sold subject to 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 LEAVES MIAMI DAILY ( X08"f

.... "'he..J-r. privileges rarely The Citizen has no hesitation in suggesting and said filed Kxerutrls with and said ha Judge>" aim application made- the America right to nf redeem the United from Mates said sale of ANNOUNCEMENT SUNDAYS) at I:00 tUck A. M. sal
within from date of sale I arrive at Key West at kOO VtSseU.
....... "'*' .............y haa any right to to its readers that they seriously for: my further dimharge, thai vn as Bald Monday Kxnutrix -, Further one provisions year of such final decree P. 54.

l>.,r.ml>er 13, IMS or as soon thereafter relating to the sale may be I Starting Saturday Nov. 27
.. ... consider the regular of U. .
.. .r. purshase 5. ax I an be heard. I will applyto ascertained from such decree whIch '
the said County Judge for approval is on file In the office of the Clerkof We will be open Saturdaysfrom
Savings Bonds. The process will not only of name and fur final discharge the Circuit Court FREE PICK-UP and W.UVKHY: SICR\1CZ
Th merchant of the nation add to the safety of the individuals but will a. bxerutrtx: of the Kstateof Dated this leth day of November 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
expect a Harr> C Caley. deceased A. U UH ll'LL CARGO I>SUIIA:>U:

.,. .hsday. ..1Ie.. It will be visible in Key constitute, in the fullest sense, an invest- 18th Dated day at of KeyV November., Florida IMS this as{*Special) JULlt'S Master}'. STOVE.in Chancery Jr. "See Our Christmas CardSelection" MAIN OFFICE: and WAREHOUSE: see ..... H. V'esa. Ita.

I .... ().'II4ft5( events cast their, ment in the United States of .America.. As Executrix RUTH of the OALEY.fc.sta.te: of .1. W. LSHUR.Attnrnev for Plaintiffs.. WE IMPRINT I PHONESi tt AND7 51

Xhere is investment. Harry C. Ualey deceased 151 :oJ. E. 3rd ht, Miami, Fla. ,
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Interesting NotesPanama

.. ._

-::. hats are not made in l CLASSIFIED ADS

t J. t.0 Panama, but in Ecuador where

tHur their production is a major in .
w"' laie.L Ntea.I'q. dustry.
; I ItiforniatioH fur lice Adyertltna
: Poison
rings, usually
ted with ancient l 1 .ATE* FOR HEurrUAN M4 ratSJMT
Venice, actually I
TtFUAuvrrtlseraents ParaieBt rr rtaaMfte4 MverlM
f, were.known as far back as the I meats la invariably' .. *4.aa.*, .*(
o r seder this head res-alar ..
I :.: will be inserted In The Cltlsen'ati adeertlssya wttfe I as
I"'I : coasts may bas !..!. a4 *te
i i'"i4--- i the rat* of le a word for each Insertion "'."' rnarsr4. >*
1 Panama hats, though, produced tut the minimum char** f..r ;' ULI 'ATIU" pjcitniita'T a >
the iin lira IS
or less Is Sloe
Ecuador take thelf TtlJTlfor ... Insure s M*>-.MMt. "M| .wet
'name !
h ckf !)p. to tr be in Ta.- :
r from originally the fact the that chief Panama center was of. I word.the first*ndthe li words n>'nln Is .uni sc. ctoara f"r i of.'",.pablieatlaa..,_ In the Cltla..fN.e_... .,a4fc tae*bg If

their distribution. > f --

__ \ I I All edvertisma Is accepted under tke '.....l..* .e4IUva. .
: i to
J Panama hats are woven of fine \Tent cf error In advertising, transient .r reatra't, n. CIII... la
boiled re |M>ntlble ,nl. for the w M M I
$ In
sun-bleached t'tmmmilt .
\ taquilla. I1I.plar avertiai.a for .. fa' ad. r-f-rr> aa4 I*
.: jipijapa leaves, while both the I I''part 0' the advertix/nrnt wb.rr. actual.11. ewer aHMMial......,..(. sN.e .wa iij tb.
fibers and the weavers' . _
fingers - - -
- - - . .
are wet. t1/
The present value of Stradi-

I varius violins, made by the I'' White enamel, $2.75. Outside 1940 Ford panel truck tiHM
I famous 17th Century Italian white paint, $%.75 and $3.75 per!! condition. $724. Apply MM

i violin maker ranges from $5- gallon, up. 50-ft W garden' Pine Street ..3t.MiJ
I 000 to $100,000. I hose. $3.95. Doherty & Co. 846;

{JPt Wirephoto I i Olivia. Phone 1597. decl-tf I J FOR SALE-USED CARS

THESE AUTOMOBILES WERE TURNED OVER in a company parking lot at the I the Portuguese discovery of writers attribute Bundles of old I
strike-bound the Bay of Rio newspapers at 1- Mercury7, 4..duur
of Md....
plat the Shakespeare Law
I Company in Kalamazoo. Mich in a hit-and-run raid by about 300 men. I de Janerio to Andre Goncalves i ent each bundle. Inquire alt I mileage. Perfect
The raiders traveled in 40 cars. Several workers were injured and a dozen who entered its waters on Jan- he Citizen Office. nov20-tf! Radio .rA"U4.. .
cars were upset in the and h at r. $1,_ ......
rtotiag. The CIO-USW
has been conducting a strike at the Shakespeare Company's two Kalama- I uary 1, 1502-and named the 590 or 425. rrtr...Na
oo plants since September 7.A great river feeding into it, "The HOME DECORATORS f
--- River of January." A
------ large new
-- shipment of
-- i fabricsat 1942 Nash 4-duos wdan. Hod

ril.TI-W OF TJIE CAROLINE SHOP! A variety mechanical rondt.....
. : of
large and small
patterns Inquire Al en... 703 Duv l.
stripes .and solid colors.
Lowe's Boat Rental Service. All are exceptional values nrwJt..tqj

New Mercury outboard motors many at $1.25 per yard. j
and Ramsey plywood boats and dec26tMarmoset $300.00. 1m Graham lalMtmt, 1
rowboats. Visit Stock Island cylinder, four-duir ed. i. V.*y;

today and fish your worries monkey for sale. Ideal good condition, two new tilts. ,

away. dec3-6tx pet. Must sell before Dec. 20.. radio heater. Contact B. 8.
L Taylor, So2, Mamtrnant Bi-
at 1508 Seminary
after 5
FOR RENT-TRAILERS P.M. dec2-3t I vision. U. S, Fleet Senor &(..M.
Key West. Florida

New trailer, all conveniences, for t Solar photo enlarger, 5x7 with I I dftr.I.Jtc

tourist couple. No children. easel, no lens; 4 11x14 trays;*I
DUtK"I Must be quiet reliable and 12" print trimmer and miscel- 1942 Chevrolet. Rath, guat
I i I
'particular. Available Dec. 12, laneous dark room supplies and tire, new paint >**. Apply
monthly in advance. Phone chemicals. Call Tassos 933 Fleming Stn L.4ts
1055-W. .. merland Key No. 1. sum-I I
'ft + 1 I dec3t'l t'l 1939.Plymouth f.duor"*.. >l.
FOR RENT- I Ii Beautiful drapes, extra Baker's Lane. ..4-,tit

pair Many matching. All I I
$ Large store, 218 Simonton .
35x60.i new. Must selL Phone FOR SALE HOUSES
Reasonable. Phone 682, ask for 1321 Simonton Street : AND LOTS
Hy. dec2-tf 1362.1

Guest house, 2 blocks fro... row

REPAIRS-RADIOS Key West coconut braid hats, beach 5 bedroom. 3x be...
Seminole Indian skirts. CookBook apartment for owner, complete
I I I Radio repairs while-U-wait Low I ly
and its herbs and seasonings furnished electric lutrltca.
standard prices by catalog. 14 at the Marshall Studio Good income. Must be sold
i i years radio experience in manufacturing Shop in Telegraph Lane. Also at once. Real sacrifice. Term.
I I plants. 1116 Whitehead -, limelade. garlic olives, coconut By owner. 1329 WhiU Street
()?) Wirephpto Street nov30-26tx
I candy and turtle soup.dec3683t. dftJ-1l
TOMMY BROOKS stands on the p arch of his home
I Montgomtrr. Ala. tSies by flood water at .HELP WANTED
him. an4/jw the approach of a National Guard amphibious "Duck" to rescue -FEMALE Waterfront home. 2 bcdrouma, 2
Cattle. find beiJjVdeep in the flood water at the side of the house. Hundreds of families I Sears:' i FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD baths, furnuhed. Must be rind
were driven from their homes by the flood. Roebuck and Company has FURNITURE at once. Cheap. Ownec. NIl
'opening1 for
a woman between
I White Street de 4.tf
ages Qt 23'and 35. Some bookkeeping 2 ,
youth beds (maple), complete.

. BUST WRECKS BUILDING ON PORTLAND WATERFRONT I II II minute speed of essential a\ 'least"35 and words typing per each.In perfect 825 condition.Georgia Street$20.00 FOR SALE OR LEASE

requirecf. Person se- Phone 614-M.
Desirable corner lot fer .. .
g m leotetl'will receive training incredit er
investigation, of long-term lease. 100 x WflL
L- als and collection of accounts. APPLIANCESLake Suitable for hotel or ap it-
04 Many employee benefits. Only ments. One block from betfc.
For particulars write Bo. 464.
ar applicants desiring
permanent State automatic dibhwajher.Used .
a! art employment need ; apply. Apply less than one year. $150.
in person at' Sears Order Office Apply Home Sundry.
decl-4t dec3-3t SALE OR LEASE-

.i z .1 Two waitresses, report between
I 5 and 6 P.M. La Congo Bar. USED CARS Imperial Bar for sale or a..c.
dec2-3\ For information taN 1_.

I 1940 Chrysler club coupe good dtfl.tta
HELP WANTED-MALE condition. 240-C Poinciana Ex
q V tension. dec2-3tx FOR SALEHOTELSSmall

? CLIMB TO THE TOP! FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE- hotel in downtown Kr
Many young men have started at REAL ESTATE West Fla. contain S large
the bottom of a business or rooms with 3 baths and two

trade, and have worked their Two adjoining lots, one a corner apartments. All in perfect
way to the top. It is the right: lot 50x150, on King's Highway. condition. Large lot and good

kind of experience, plus the Myrtle Beach S. C. Mrs. H. S. money maker. Mint din*.eon

will to forge ahead, that con- Bartless, 802 Eaton, Apt 1. account of health. Box U2..
tributes most to success. Ex- dec33txFOR Key West. Florida.
perience in one of the many oVcI-rf

interesting exciting jobs with RENT-APARTMENTS
the new Army and Air Force FOR SALE-BOATS AND

gives young men experiencewith Furnished 2 -room apartment MARINE MOTORS
(/P Wirephoto a cash valueTh e Utilities furnished. $25.00 week

FIRE BURNS IN THE WRECKAGE of the Dock Commission office on the waterfront technical skill and knowledge ly. Sea Isle Apartments 915 Gray marine engines and service.
I land. Ort- after the building was shattered by a mysterious explosion. Walter acquired while working these Windsor Lane. decl-tf C. R. Smith opposite Firestone
for the commission was blown 200 feet but escaped with his life. A five-mile an engineer jobs will greatly increase your Station, Marathon. decl-Imu
bf>> the explosion which some thought might have resulted from area was jarred future earning power. TheArmy Furnished apartment, 3 rooms and
seepage from a nearby gas main. Ground Forces School bath. Maid and janitor services FOR SALE-STORE
plan offers a wide variety 01 linens and utilities fur EQUIPMENT

coming inauguration and in those cause of the war and because courses in technical fields, such nished. Summer rates. Coral I

CongressionalGrist I past so I began to try to find out President Roosevelt desired as ordnance signal, medical Hotel Apartments, opposite Post Two counters. Apply Ho ***o*
sfomething about the ceremony.The I as engineers. and many others Office. nov9-26tx Bar, 802 Caroline. deiMtx
I first inauguration, of I simple a ceremony as possible, he The Air Force also has a wide

Mill course, took place on April 30,1'I took the oath of office in 1945 variety in jobs fields, like radio Furnished apartments. Electrickitchen. Two flouresccnt lighting fixture. .

1789, in New York City. Evenj1'I the White House. radar photography, wea Maid service. Reasonable 4 feet long. Oversea He4+4.
Bf REP. GEORGE SMATHERS 'I 'then President-elect Washington j i President Truman has asked ther. Get facts; and figures at rates per day or sea 911 Fleming Street d2-Jt
I after ,' the U. S. and U. S. Air
having been received at that simplicity be the keynote of son. 909 Elizabeth Street.
Early in September I noticed! Federal Hall by both houses of t the coming inauguration, but Force Recruiting Station to decltfModern FOR SALE-MOTOR BIKES.

scaffolding going up around the I the Congress, went out on a bali with a dozen or sat committees in day. Its at Room 212. Postof SCOOTERS AND CYCLES
central entrance to the Capitol on i cony to be sworn in by Chancel- charge of various aspects of the fice Bldg., Key West, Fla. furnished efficiency and
the side facing east. At first I || lor of New York Robert Livingston program and vying with each N-N-22 dec3-l t bedroom apartments. Yearly or '45 motor bike $73.00. 1111

thought that some minor repair i i', the presence of the assem- other for honors, it probably will season rental. Pine Plaza|I Georgia. no\24-HH
.11' house cleaning was in progress I bled r..Jpula -e. John Adams, the i j I be rather elaborate. So far, I HELP WANTEDMALEOR 1301 Truman Ave. nov30-u
but upon returning from next president. took the oath of j I have been unable to get a definite FEMALE Indian motoicycle. 1944 model
Europe a month later I found office in Philadelphia's Congress '' answer from anyone as to -i Two-bedroom furnished apartment i I 74. Has extra* of two spotlights
that the scaffolding had reached Hall on March 4, 1797. Thereafter I' what Secretary for local accounting of .
[ the procedure will be, but 209 Ann Street. I saddlebags h K; ge ***
had driven proportions. After I all inaugurations took placer j 11 1 assume that custom has it pretty fice. Permanent position. Cal 1 dec2-3tx I j r tier, windshield two tnermrs..
by every day fo j on March 4 until the "Lame well Telephone 786 for interview. !
set forth. Plans for the occasion $750. Call Marathon I*. e**>
about a week, curiosity got thtatter ; Duck" amendment V 1'
went into efI are the responsibility of dec2-3tx Furnished two-bedroom apartment tact Jimmy Warden. ldata8.owt
asked of me so I stopped and I j feet and President Roosevelt was the party whose victory is cul- on second floor. Children 'I dee2.)Ea
one of the Capitol policemen I sworn in on January 20 1945. j i minated by the inauguration.The WANTED TO RENT accepted. $97.50 monthly)
observing the
proceedingswhat In 1800 the seat of government Vice-President-elect is sworn plus water and utilities. Phone FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
was going on. He said that] was moved to the new Federal'' in first ordinarily by the Vice Apartment or small house (u nmornings) 1185-R.
stand was being constructedin City on the Potomac and Thomas President furnished Box X-10, c/o I .
1 he is succeeding and ) Citi-j decl-3-6-8-4t Stock Island over 4 preparation for the inauguration Jefferson was the first president I i in this instance Senator Senator zen Office. decl front Bargain. Meal b. .*blat
on January 20. The officials
to be
in charge inaugurated in the new !! Barkley will be sworn in as Vice FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS once. Mr Kitty cA CM-
were apparently taking Capitol. He strolled to Capitol President by the STORAGERed
j pro- zen. de I-tf
no chances on weather Washington's, and unpredictable th-I I Hill through what was little more {I II tern of the Senate. President Overseas Hotel,low rates. Coffee
e than a village, was greeted by i Truman will then be in Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor
structure had to be erected before I the sworn by shop, bar decl-lmo Lot 75x120. on Avenue E. PM/lie
Congress in the i Chief Justice Vinson out on the commercial. Phone 798. 453-R or apply 1211 l'e4.unw
sleet and
snow freezing Senate
j Chamber and took the. inaugural stand being prepared dent-tif' FOR RENT-ROOMS Street deelJtR
weather set This bit of
in. infor
oath of office there. His prede- j I for that purpose.

oration 'I must confess helped censor Federalist Adams, did not !j Needless to say, I am looking 'I LOSTLady's Rooms and light housekeeping GARDEN AND LAWN
somewhat to>> lessen the gloom attend Jefferson's inauguration ; forward to the inauguration, rooms $5 to $15 per week. 411 SUPPLIES

which had surrounded my reflec-) i So far as I have been able to de-j I which will be the first I have ob-I wrist watch Bulova, black William Street nov27-26tx
lions on the then recent Florida
termine, every inauguration -j served. I only hope that cord band. Lost on Southard
hnt New shipment tropical fish. Ideal
wanes. At least they don'tlast
emony Jefferson's time has;!I weather will not be too Street or in Palace Theater. -MISCELLANEOUS Christmas

The five sight months.of in inaugural standby I taken the exception place at of the President Capitol Roo se-i j j! maybe for after all. there was bad-I Reward return to Mrs. Navarro Washers, irons, vacuums and Garden and gifts.Lawn Supply Key West Co,
reason the former
532 Grinnell Street
arutaicd Interest in the forth- 1 velt's fourth inauguration. fans repaired. O'Briant Phone 914 Fleming St. Tel 1.1.

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i GAME TO WIN I I Scheduled For

Defeats Pollock's 1 Ir 1 t 1 flIL i Dickers Field

Jewel 26 To 22; I I 1 : I By PEDRO AGUILAHi
Cage Meeting Jytre i Game scheduled fur Swnahr

Elks And Sonar Set For 1I at the Wicker,
School Also Win Tonighti J dium) Field

I In the opener the Atom
Junior Varsity lost to the Elks A basketball meeting will be

Club in the first game played last ,, held at -t o'clock tonight in the Bombers will play ttwo Red Rasters.
'' It will be a thftNer wail
night Bob's Sport Shop won over City UalL .
the Pollock's Jewels, and in the All managers of teams inthe Lefty Vidal in the boa fair -
last game the Sonar School won leagues operating at the High Bombers. Fan knew that YrMt
over the Coca-Cola Five. School Gymnasium are urged to pitched for West Palm Beach aM

attend by order of Recreation Director held the Haban. Cuban* Vt IwvI
In the opening game the Junior Paul G. Albury. I runs and was relieved fen thr

Varsity lost their game in the I fifth. He was ahtpped to the
first half when they could not iI t Georgia State League far mure
get going and the Elks made 30 I I Sports Calendar t I seasoning and to ready tar CtM

points to their 13, but in the sec B action now. Raider wilt hew
and half the Varsity outscoredthe SKATING "'tf' < I the old Key West favorite MAT
Elks but the already -I I Bay? ew Park Nigh
damage was the Pirate day of long ....
done and lost the game. FRIDAY )\to. n... i when Jhey were' eMe ........ a4.

Nevertheless the shooting of Nu j I 7:30 to 9:00: p.m. h of other etuh in Mir i.tsr-
nez and Castillo was good for i, 'fr, ,\\". _' Pancho Saunero. Saliitero ha
Elks and the high man of the ,I TENNISBayview ., always made a lard 1Ihuw....
T .
game was Oropesa with 18 points Park Afternoonsand when he ha ptlehed allaitrlit

more than half of the club's I I Nights ; t1.t 4t'r 1 Tampa. Miami or the II.....

points. Copper had a bad night Daily play. ..... Tourists when they were here
and just could not get the range. I \ t" Pancho Sahnero .mtfumit fur

Score by quarters I I SIIUFFLEBOARD "l _. I the fans to knew he w. h* MI
Junior Varsity 0 13 11 8 32 1 'D,
(Barview Park) ) the mound. They knew thin tli
Elkj Club 15 15 4 7--41 Daily play.SENIOR. 'Y c: i is going to be a great game.
Field .goals Cooper 2, Oropesa I : ';' ;, In the mchtewp the r..*ap ''U
9, Baker 2, Kerr 1 CastilloS, BASEBALL i, !ana I'll) American Lefiun outfit wall ...,
Valdez 3, Nunez 5, Curry 3, Free- the Key West Cfown The knl
throws Baker 2. Nunez 5; personal Municipal Stadium Afternoon < \
confident their
I are : Victory
fouls, Ingraham 2, Fernan-' SUNDAY DEC. I] last Sunday against the .........
dez 2, Oropes 1, Valdez 2, Nunez First Game-Atomic Bombersvs. '
[ They cian iC t*.ejr Mfl beat the
2. Smith I. I Red Raiders.
Second Gamp-American Legion i j I Bomber they en do the wale
thing ta the Clewiu.i .
In the second game'the Jewels vs. Key West Clowns. I __ i; Bunsy VilUre wwl fcrt WI
and the Sport Shop fives played SUNDAY. DEC. 12-
the hill with Kaki Ram+.-* M
(A3) Wirrphotos i
one of the most exciting games First Game-American Legionvs. ,
The Cfown will
I reserve. uae
played so far and the game was Red Raiders. !I Shorts HERE ARE SIX YOUNG PEOPLE from southern stales who : -ny Ake in the box. lie .ha.I .
decided in the last minute of Second Game-Atomic Bombers
Sports wen national awards at the 27th National 4-H Club Congress in I won three game *o far and lost
play. The Jewels scored six vs. Key West Clowns.
Chicago. Ewell Bickman (upper left). 17, of Jacksoa La. none
points in the first quarter and SUNDAY DEC. 19-
Bob's scored seven In the second First Game-Atomic Bombers I Amos Alonza Stagg has beeni won a priie as one of the nation's five top-ranking 4.H producers I' The first game will get underway
quarter Jewels scored six vs. American Legion. coaching football for 58 >ears of meat animals Betty Ann Carter (top center). It of at 1 15 p.m and the want

and Bob's eight, but in/the third Second Game Key West I Louisville. Miss.. was awarded one 6f the four prizes in the game at 3.30 p.m.

Bob's scored but one free throw I Clowns vs. Red Raiders. Nat Holman is coaching the national 4-H Frozen Foods coolest. Bobby McKissick (upper

and the Jewels again scored six SUNDAY, DEC. 26- basketball squad of City College right). 20 of Jersey. Ga_ is one of six winner of the mational4H I How Stand
points to lead by a 18 to 16 score. First Game-Kev West Clownsvs. of New York for the 30th cons -I dairy production awards., At bottom are three young national They
Then in the last qaurter the Jewels American Legion. i secutive season.I .
award winners from .Tennessee. Billy Varaell (left) of
scored two field goals and the Second Game-Red Raiders vs. t county LOCAL BASEBALLKey
I Bradley won in the poultry contest. Winner in the Home
Sport Shop six to tie the count I O r ego n s football victories
Atomic Bombers. t 'Improvement contest is Mabel Ana Maxwell (center) of Putnam West Senior Baaehn Leefwa
and in the last minute of play j over Oregon State the last two
Roberts sank two to give t First Game-Key-West Clownsvs. 1, seasons were the first for the counly. Ellen McReynolds (right) of Bradley county was (Municipal Stadium)

Sport Shop Boy a the game. Roberts Atomic Bombers. Webfoots since 1940. i i awarded one of the national prizes in clothing achievement: Club W. L Pet.
scored 15 West Clowns S I .Ha
points and Skaggs Key
Second Game-Red Raiders vs.I r --- -------- -'- -
12 to lead the pack. American Nat Fleischer famed boxing Red Raiders 4 2 .M7

Score: SUNDAY, JAN Legion.9- writer, was manager of, City Coir Hialeah Fixture TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow i ,Atom Bomber 2 4 4J

Bob's Sport Shop First Game-Red Raiders vs.|lege of New York's basketball'i I' .. I ( America: ) .American Legion I S ItT

PlayerPC FT PF PTS Key West Clowns. i I team in' 1907. He also was instrumental -i MIAMI-<;P> .Jim Fitzsimmons, Arthur) Atwater KE:8O Lo 'I' _
Meador, f "._ 2 0 0 4 in setting up ) CCNTY Syracuse University football
Second Game American Le- thet I Angeles famed radio irivefjt
dean of American horse trainers, p
Villareal. f --_ 0 0 0 0 gion Atomic Athletic_t Vssociatiqji I and maker, born in Burling i v*.uad lost only eight membersbyJjtlliiia4lortfor
Lynn f ___ _.__ 0 0 3 0 vs. Bombc1ASKETRLL ; .. enjoys the distinction of having I nullnJ01LiBRAND
!fet Sehiick; : Vt.. 75 years ago. )
I t
Roberts, c .__ 5 3 0 15nenner. In 1 tefN? ; 'playing" stabled horses in the same barn
c ___ I 0 1 2 footQ \\gr St/jSfcwtor against. Julius Debs Adler, vice president -
Sweeting, g __ 1 0 4 2 High School GymnasiumNight t Lane, xoiled ut&lO t fAints, scormg i I at Hialeah every winter since.t and general manager of the, Tou Croat
the rebuilding of the track In N. Y. Times, born Chattanooga,
Barber, g --------.2 1 1 3 ( ) /Wlc d Wt sad 28 points i
Garcia, g ...____ 0 .0 0 0 To be announced. l i after \ 1 .1931 1 Tenn. 56 years ago. *STAR
-- L ,
-- ---- -- -- -- Dr. Harold E. Jones of the. Uni-
Total. -.. _..._..11 4 9 26 DARING GIRLS CONQUER MlS ISSIPk't IN CANOE : versity of California, noted"py- AMERICAN .cOFFEE
born New Brunswick
Pollock's chologist, ,
Jewels |
s. ond.CUBANPogadTo
... .. I
-' n N. J. 54
PlayerPG FT PF PTS : years ago. : ?-
Skaggs, gf .. 6 0 0 12 I : k ,f Dr. Lucia R. Briggs, p J.t i-
R. V. Smith, f 1 1 1 3 ir I of the Milwaukee-Downer : w -, i
Kitchins, c .----0 2 2 2 t leg Milwaukee born in Cam1''bridge '
W. Herrick, c--- 1 0 1 2 Mass, 6) years ago. You Wouldn't Dream
P Herrick g ,1 3 3 i Lieut. Gen/Walton: H. Walker. ;
-- i.
...... ..
f a b. wMb l aPt.
Schoneck, g.... 0 0 3 0 f ? > commanding the Fifth Army, ... ,...... .......... .. ....
- *M.Ay, born Belton, Tex. 59 years ago. ---........ wkMs a p.a..r. .
Total..9 41022 r I I Edward L. ( .... at, haUl i. ........ tb*
stw + | Ryerson, president ... .
> n..l a a -....
Sore by quarters: 1(7 I of Inland Steel born Chicago, 62 ___ t1.di.a ... ____ I.a'b
&.b's Sport Shop 781 10-26 */.... ,.,,ez, ,.-- years i ago. I, 1.ria.I sae.tisaa a.i
Illock's Jewels .666 4-22 f I I, Charles E. Dunlap president of .Mill......Ikv be *.a.er.a* b _a .. _If MMMill>...
Free Throws misSed: Lynn 1, ... _I: i Berwind-White Coal Mining Co. a" ._4. _....,_.,

Roberts 3, Glenner 1, Sweeting ''I born in Philadelphia, 60 years rr Shere,_be. .a.......ai....,_1.a .ea.....w_
3, Barber 1. .... ,..at.el.t. mi Ca'N' -
I ago.William Gropper of New York, ......, .-...,--..a1 _.,
In ( 1 ...- ..rrXlini l ---- a
the last game the Sonar artist born there, 51 years ago. tab with lk. ww *r.., sad etFare. .
School won their game in the I Dr. Robert Ward McEwen, theI ... FY.d MI| lrta mbalrarrvr a
> .......
first half .e..tw s
when they scored 25 f '" I new president of Hamilton College -1, --a .. ,_ .. 4-Ha'. sad _...
points to 13 the Coca-Cola boys. ft .. Clinton, N. Y, born Loup .... f..... sad .lasses M a. I
The Cokes did not make ,. Nebr. 42 ". Ire, ..* I .. I/. FM. M*.
a pointin City
t h ears ago. moot_ ...li.a. !(_ a.... Vaal..Ilk .
the first quarter, both clubs :.... ,< .. I r- Mda. Ae1 Ne4 .... tw
played nip and tuck in the sec- .... _. > City Collt'geof New York'sbasketball (f.rt"" ........ ., .eezealot
ond half .,,' < At..f< .. -tut ,ti 111.. toSdat.
and both scored 17 < points. Buctmeizt was the high ., """t Yd', < 'M.' ." CCNY scoring record each sea- e.la.s_ ,t-.S :J

man with 17 points McKee 16. G. F:. L' !\ -..- !!,,, :: .... .. ._. ,Y_ r'', .,!t ..'_:;' son for_the_ last_three campaigns.
Sweating scored -' -
11 to lead Solo- ------ "
_on scored 10 points. v i PisWircphotoMARY I
Score by quarters: -
Coca-Cola 10 310 7-30 KUHN (left) and Margaret Carpenter (right) of Chicago arrive at New Orleans in their

Sonar School 12 13 12 7--42 canoe which they paddled down the Mississippi river from Ottawa. Ill. The adventuresomegirls e

Field Goals: G. Sweeting 5, both commercial artists started th
Solomon 5. Barber 2, E. Sweet- -- ---
log, I, Glendmning 3, McKee 7, I : ------

Buchweitz 8. Free throws, G. :t WRIGHTS' PLANE REASSEMBLED: IN S1111'i1SONltAam \

Swttrtm I, Walker 1, McKee 2, :I '
Buchweitz I, Newlan 1. Personal' w. )A

fouls: McKee 2, Glendinning 2, M : ;
Buchweitz' 2, Newlan 2. SwihartI ;

G. Sweeting 1, Walker 2. E.
Sweating 4. Free throws missed,
G Sweating Z, Solomon 1, Walker
I, E. Sweeting 1, McKee 4,
iluchweitz 1.

Referee, M Rosam. Umpires, N. I
Dumeatth and E. Rosom. Timer,
Talon Aguilar Scorer

Sports. ShortsThe (

aptly-named Rearmed will
make his racing debut in the _
famed Calumet colors this winterat
Hialeah. He is a full brother
to Armed.

Steve Brooks, runnerup for FOR HOME
riding honors in 1947. will be a
major addition this winter to

the Hialeah jockey colony. He is j COMMERCIAL USE
coming here with Dixiana stable. : I

Ted Kleinhans, Syracuse University -1 I We Are Prepared To Furnish You With
baseball coach, '
formerly Clear Pure CUBES CRUSHED ICE
-- or
was a member of the New York I
\ Yankees Cincinnati Reds, and A1 Wuephoto

\ handed Philadelphia pitcher.Phils as a left- THE: WRIGHT BROTHERS' FAMOUS AIRPLANE. "KITTY HAWK". is back together again in Thompson Enterprises Inc.ICE

the Smithsonian Institution at Washington after having been dismantled and shipped home from .

Ecudorean hat makers claim England. Curator Paul Garber lies prone at the controls as did Orville Wright when he flew it I DIVISION
that a perfect Panama hat can be first at Kitty Hawk. N. C. December 17. 1903. Standing by him is H. Roy Waite.. 64. nary material I )
pulled through an ordinary engineer, who knew Orville and used to fly the brothers' Model B planes. Institution will PHONE NO. I KEY WEST. FLA.

sing without damaging it. ___ accept; the "Kitty Hawk" formally December 17. I __ _

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NEWS I Aid Demonstration Sunday Afternoon I Coming Events To SuddathsA ; _, _

$1 NlA LESUE CULEY I, Miss Etta Patterson, a life long and experience, there will be a seven pound one ounce t

1 Itortcs.) The Citizen Office-51 resident of Key West, feels that meeting at the Women's Club :daughter was born in the U. S. : t
too few people understand the 319 Duval street on Sunday December FRIDAY DECEMBER 3rd-y ::1 Naval Hospital to CDR. and Mrs.
Rwidence-623-XI 'I I difference bstwcen 'the policy of 4th from 2 to 5 p. m. Meeting Troop 5, Girl Scouts, Thomas Suddath. CDR. Suddathis L

-...... ---....-..-........lncaunlnn6lnnlawu,1lrmbt'rltltiI : E. A. Myers & Sons, who manufacture Factory trained representativeswill 3:30 p. m. Wesley House. attached to the Naval Ord-
; the Radioear HearingAid be on hand to explain just Bingo Party sponsored by nance unit, section base. The J _
; Of fU'J. Wires Club and that of any other manufacturer how the Radioear is different in American Legion Auxiliary, baby has been named Chariot .
both construction and the meth- 8 p. m. at Duffy's Restaurant. Elaine.
*"". B8 (;Inuring; ; Organization; ; Held That theirs is best, is evidenced od by which it is available to Prizes. PubliC invited.Woman's S (
Bazaar sponsored by
by the fact that since users.
Kft! fi/ffr II'f'pkIJ.I'elillg JT'ell Church Service Center,
the same management and urged to attend. You will not be be8
Mai ..... a. H.. Ie t..W This dance to be I with the same basic policy. No under any obligation to buy, but ginning at 5:00: p. m. Applications for marriage licenses _
promises a
M I bright other manufacturer can truth- should you be dissatisfied with I Junior Minstrel Show High were filed yesterday in a
1 Wvdnee I spot in the month's social I
fully make this statement. your present aid they will be i School Auditorium, 8 p. m. the office of County Judge<< Raymond
_. Fi I t I, Ie44. .t Z p. m. activities, as there will be a :I I School and local talent. Last R. Lord by Bert E. Roberts,
beautiful fashion That you may have the benefit pleased to help you in the selection -j .A
a 0. MOOR ... ..... 5w .t. ]| show with several of Miss Patterson's knowledge of a Radioear. j I II iDivision performance tonight. I 129, of 806 Southard street and
... trrMl-u1.: ..... v'4..i ('The members acting as models. 1.1 Ii i Regular Promenade, Voiture Mary Kenady Baker, 22, of 112II -%
(_ ter stab. Mtn OPtww..w their Mar-Ed Shop will feature : ---- --------I Locale 728, 40 and 8, fun organization -'i i{II i Poinciana place and by Charles

..! .... .... ....... Davis, clothes, the Beachcomberwill : Street I: of American Legion I 1 I H. West. 28 of the U. S. Navy
.. ....lu wi.. ..... Ma4leneHI I furnish the jewelry worn by : Skywriter 8 p. m. at Post Home.!I and Ethel Mae Jenkins, 19, of
..... .... w ard. M Itttttee models Stell's Beauty NookM I I Visiting Voyageurs invited. 116 Duval stree'
to do the School P.T. A.
-... I hair styling and the Supper served following
three newt Ro e Bootery is to furnish the. Of Pepsi ToAppear I ..ASDI"OTO". R c.. >t ......a ..,. e J M.eN$
-s- Irk ... ..... .t. irirwt" shoes. 'I To Meet I II promenade. I Seek DivorcePetitions Sariaga BeD4s is Labs l...... aid tars siw.ae .. ..... ........
ts.... There MondayIt MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th- I Secretary St W TftUWY J... tt. ...)des ..... .. a. is
are to three I
... t1..ia..r.. prizes Business Board of Secretary wha. .n..... bee sptw iu aisaa I..c'4
E.-c.* i seeking divorceswere
HereAn .
I .... U.... M Men s4r.-pruA given at this dance, with the winner I I has been announced that the I Directors, Key West Players, filed yesterday in the officeof Beads beeawe se Ielterw tltY srrrtce ANps 1M ?m... ........
of the first having the Icy u weY Y iellirlg axsMn M srgsawr lrsst is nines feare
prize .
} ... ..... due tode choice of one of several '1 i i regular meeting of the Division Barn Theatre 8:00: p. m. Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. -- -
.. 1_l L_ .... Wwt gifts on display at the Beachcomber lovely aerial penmanship display I I Street School P.T.A Room Mothers I Regular Business Meeting, Jay- :' Sawyer by Piedad E. Perei 'Y'Y.'Y'Y.'Y.'Y.'Y.'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y.-- .........................
i I .. ... d.yr JoI,.. I II i with the sky as a writing tablet!i will be held at the school on sheer 7:30: p. m. Junior[against Henry Eloy Perez, by
5E........ a "......... I i I. permanent, the second wave prize from is Stell's to be will take place in Key West and I I Monday evening, Dec. 6 at 7:30: II I Chamber of Commerce* Club- '.i George E. Cowie against Mary Why Knock Yourself Out?
i. Marathon on this week-end when ]i,o'clock. -
tmi ciIittt and I Beauty Nook and the third I r |i house. ,Lena Cowie, and by Albert K.
*: (ga avrttMl. alt her. ... dertina- I which will be an order Pepsi-cola Skywriter Cecil Cof- It is requested that all mothers 1 Cancer film showing County Laham against Yvonne H. La- -
__ din wm 4 .iigib1e fur ; the Beachcomber deemed at frin zooms 12,000 feet overhead, who have finished the capes they Health Department. Flemingand ham. ov-CALL 9249I ":
I penning his smoke message have been making for the school Emma Streets 8:00
lbriltMap M the stub heated" I : p m. i E
a-tMr .., ...... ..... will live I I Mr. Gerald Pinder is to be the PEPSI in the skies weather chorus bring them to this meeting Address by Dr. J. Lancelot I To Tu&r Mill T0. T.la Nrr
W. MAliw Csra w.a made I master. which of ceremonies for the evening permitting, according to an : Lester. Hostesses Navy News Notes i BAKED CHICKEN A.asei..d r 'lu.dC
promises great suc- nouncement by Mrs. Sydney C.: Wives Club No. 88. DINNER BOLLS
.. a-rlrMM....... .hat piste resignsdk of. i I"'H well for the affair, as Mr. Pmder Curry of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling: PoincianaP.T. Meeting Board of Directors, I Carbines and rifles for the 1 TWO SIZES I I ...r1
M known for his C .
versatility armed Stuffed with Dressing
of West. forces
a.asiww-d MM on tN Company Key Navy Wives Club No. 88,t are being packed Mr"CAR
in progr.un Directing and show In the aerial steel to them from Pint of Giblet Gravr *
.. dewrril.r. Dr lineman penmanship exhibition home of the president Mrs. ,in cans protect :
w.... wiN be hast speakrrt I I work The Co.fnn will use the A. To Vera Wood, 1500 Seminary rust .: I J* t fwd

..ter -.y -.... siilyiri. tuia.renf to the public is cordially invitedi plane as a pen and a specially i St., 2 p. m $2.45 53.95 LADY flNOBM
f rr ttMiw ... Alwls i I showing of the cancer film, prepared smoke as ink to write Meet Monday I Army put in E
a.YiRC the Tuesday night affair, and the I Regular meeting.. Room Moth-J guns up cans can I I 40cDo&
.... ........ Mar ill, 11H4.we bingo his gigantic messagePEPSIacross --< I ers, Division Street SchoolP be preserved in perfect working w *
,.. WI" t' game on Wednesday. The the heavens in letters one The Executive Board of the o order for 50 ordnance it1 f
Mann/ autn to dance is to and P.- A. 7:30: pjn, at School.( years, experts I
open everyone mile high and six to eight miles Poinciana School P.T.A. will hold estimate. To Tate Out I
lbw a Executive .
wary hwy w*+k brCtn. it is hoped that record crowd Regular meeting..
... -.. 1MI" a long. Written upside down and its regular monthly meeting on Poinciana School P. .
"M. There will attend. Ticket Board Rich Horn Mad PIES 75
.. 1r .... were not backwards as "ispep" by the Monday. Dec. 6, at 8 p. m. at the I
a uf Direrton' printed for this affair, but admission T. A. 8 p. m. Home of Mrs. Syacuse University's boxing POTATO SALAD i
ksseit 4 a' tiir press irt's Miusi'ra..1apm will be charged at the Skywriter, in order to appear home of Mrs. Maggie Baughman, Maggie Baughman, 9-1 Poin- team will meet eight foes this
correctly to spectators in the 9.1 Poinciana Place. 4Sc Lb.
I winter
Hiey will door Dress ciana Place.TUESDAY I
is optional for this I CHERRY IUKKMY
....... streets below the smoke message I
lire bowing .f
a I dance but the club members DECEMBER 7th- '
... .. a* MM M..*... CounMMr planning a formal dance, to ap beheld will be visible for as long as TODAY IN HISTORYKnow Regular meeting, Key WestWoman's The total number of children I I Creamy Cole Slaw BUTTER PECAN! -

rkasltli w..4. Dr J Lan. either in January or February thirty ditions are minutes favorable if wind and can con be ( America) Club 3:30: p. m. at affected by divorce each year in 30c Lb. I MINCEDUFFY'S AmEI
LM W. Jr, a* aprakre. on These plans will be formulated Woman's Clubhouse on Du- the United States is estimated be :
within radius of 20 miles. 1787 James Rumsey's
seen a pioneer '
F M 1 p M M Nee N. C at a later meeting val street. I tween 150,000 and 200000. '
exhibited the Po-
t-. ..... steamboat on
wiN bP Mr.teesrsb Hostess for Wednesday's meeting Motion Picture "Christ the : TAVERN
.. a 1Ne/rir ...,. e* W.-- was Mrs. lona Aiken who tomac-inventor lacked capitalto King" Parish Center, 1021 f E
.. ... ... tell, al J p. M they t brought and served refreshments later.go on and died a few years Duval street. 8pm. Spon- FIRERESISTINGFELT -COO TRUMAN AVENUE- 1
.. h .. ttrwr t.wrMly buancaara1 for the afternoon sored by St. Mary Star of the i
Members present 1787-Pioneers of historic New HAT .. .....uu..uuuuau
.. Wi I Jar mull .t 1es Sea Church. No admission :
were the Mesdames lona j
England Ohio Company leave :::::
... ..... weM a.nr. e bingo Aiken. Isobel Bliss. Teresa Brax- I Ipswich Mass. in covered wagons charge. Public invited. RUGSr
_e M .. llarlle $e.dt hires.tt N.C.C.s.
ton Either Cain, Helen Cherwa for the Ohio. Stanely party 7:30: p.
.. aaM.. ... tt41r1a>(. lrco 1t.1t4a. Edith Clark, Dorothy Davis I 1818 -West-Marietta.Illinois admitted to m. Navy Wives Club No. 88,I
Itlq be .M.Mrw.1o a dance Genevieve Duke, Genevieve Ew- Statehood. hostesses '
.ttir LA Cu.cha M.tRbuw tag Jacqueline Hillier Frances I 1833-First collegiate-grade coeducational I j WEDNESDAY; DECEMBER 8- t tI tS CHOOSE'
.... teeth Nee. Crral Isle Sere- Schimmeyer. Madelene Taylor Regular meeting Hospital TO
....... i.rrrlsMiig I the moat and Vera Wood. institution in coun- 2 TIME
try founded-The Oberlin Col- Auxiliary p. in. Monroe
-- .- legiate Institute Oberlin, Ohio. County Hospital. THE
1823 The American Anti- Bingo Party sponsored by t k 1 1I
J'e.r). htr&* C.rtnctl: Attended AnnualMrrling Slavery Society organized in Navy Wives Club No. 88, / *
South Beach Restaurant Patio .

I ; Of Key West Chapter Of Papen Philadelphia.1915Capts.of Germany Boy-ed requested and Von by Weekly, 8 p.meeting m. Public Navy invited.Wives 1 I while Selections & ** \ :J : -:-

/ImiTiciin.! ; I It(il Cross II el!A Last Night 1 ; U interest, S. to in be our recalled military for improper affairs. THURSDAY.Club No. DECEMBER 88. 2 p. m. NCCS.9th-j i k are GREATEST! 3 *)\ \

1917-War Savings and Thrift I Sewing Auxiliary
.... .. Mw .... group. Washable ,
i a evermeeting and directors for the Key West 2
stamps first on sale.1918President p. m., Monroe County I ".. '
:: .. aailssid air .......1 of Chapter for the year 1949. Wilson startson I Hospital. :I Easily Cleaned \

tl. t6.y w..e Chatter of the There was then a splendid a ,. ;
a..A"C," was prevent dress by Edwin Trevor which Garden Club 8 p. m., Worn i 1 \ : ; .,
Mal _*1 to witness. the fine was exceedingly well-received, Skywriter Cecil Coffrin who will 1943-The Allies take Castel- I an's Clubhouse on Duval;',! Economical t

tpttHm sad .M.* elet..ion of of. and finally, the Benediction give an aerial penmanship displayover frentano in Italy. street. I I Reversible .
sail krctara far the year which was pronounced by Father 0 this territory when Ke writei'epsi 1944-U. S. 7th and 9th Armies I I Our Most Popular Sizes. Packed 1a 1i t
K4i. J. Mairing in the fight on Germany's frontier. The word hammock stems in Attractive Asorted Colors i ..
Wr4trrmr Address was The new officers of the organi- sky. 1945-President Truman asks I from the Spanish word hamaca 18"x35" 22"x44 ""x4S"

..... .. their T.,...... and zation are as follows: Congress for legislation similarto derived from the Italian name I 28"x58" 18"x70" 34k0"

...w.. ......... Mr the singing I W. Curry Harris, Chairman; The appearance of Skywriter.1 I: the Railway Labor Act to stop of a tropical tree. i $2.98 to S19i5FTROPICAL ( .
.f A Mrtnby. the entire aswMrh Allen Hampton, Vice-Chairman; Coffrin here, announced Mrs. .strikes.

......... tiler the Rev J. Joe Pinder, Treasurer; Mrs. Curry is part of an extensive 1947-Secretary of Agriculture Leverock's Town in the Dutch I TRADER

awn dk ge the Invocation. I Willhelmina Harvey Secretary. Skywriting program being car- I Anderson predicts price controlson West Indies is built on the crater I 711 Duval Street Phon. 1000
,... ...siww lied Cress Choral I The Board of Directors consistsof cied on throughout the 'country meat by Spring. floor of an extinct volcano. I
ii.esM .( .... Key Wet high : Carl Bervaldi. Mrs. Mary Lee by the parent Pepsi-Cola Com- ---.-- ----.- _.--- ---- -- -- ----- - ---- .----
(damns lira sang the Junior Red I I Graham, Harold Laubscher, Dr. pany.
a.- MaC ., Service, after ;'!: Herman K. Moore Mrs. Paul Coffrin is not only a veteran

wtwii .... pt *eMtMn of certi |i Sher, Norberg Thompson, Howard flier-he had his first flight as I & ;",, 64V-AWAYP/4#
.seIs ..( aperecraU.n for out- Wilson, Albert Carey Geri passenger in 1919 and in 1927 4 1t ai I.
tlerising. services. to the Red i I:,: aid Saunders, Edwin Trevor started to learn for himselfbuta
cress Awtng the year took i Leonard Curry Mrs. Ruth veteran Pepsi-Cola Skywriter.He .

....... ...... Nash Lange and Earl Lange Lee Goddard, Mrs. Lee I already has over 2000 Pepsis
Aiwa were the recipients of :, Goddard. Earl Hamilton Paul : to his credit and he's addingmore l.t t '
Ilrwr .w1I'.t.. 1'Sawyer, J. Y. Porter IV., Enrique I I every day-weather per-
The JIMW Red Crew Choral : Esqumaldo Jr., Fred Goldsmith I mitting of course.
Iwplrp save a vocal selection :: F. K. Vanlandingham,, Charles When he isn't flying or fooling Y J 'I
sad Nit prewaHan vt tecom- i| Taylor, Fred Miller Joe Pearl- around with planes Coffrin likes

..na. .l..t.. M the nominating' man Dr. J. B. Parramore, Archie I to tio deep-sea fishing or boating I i
.. the then. tuck pUre. Earl Frances,: I A veteran of both world wars, S
.ll..*...t Mki CtoMNMHtee I following which Lester Jr., Stuart Whiting and in the Navy during World War. 11 I k0.
Mae war the rtrrlmn of officer'I I 1 the Rev. George Ray. and as a Lieutenant Senior i /

--- Grade in the Navy's Ferry Command I 149rai
---------- during World War II. He i i hr 1bi9 i_
i I'/IIIM \r Many\ Coining EventsFormulated 1 has Aviators been Club a member and Quiet of Bird-the( Beautiful Hand-Made Slips \ I rwr 1..1

At Jayshee Meet ThursdayMany I men since 1932. $7.95 'y et.wa.( -e--- +

MMrra of in p rtane fat sonal Christmas gifts to each old j J\>)" WestersVisiting t67' rdrtLw/ le.f.w.a .
we dw.us the Board of'Mrrtmtf person who is an Old Home resident I Tommy Coat and Pajama Set' Z tartrt pre t s

Brrste of the Jay- I They intend to see to this I I ; ; In Bur-Nil s.Weiei
-a ....d ye.ter iay afternoon Z r l ben s..
and old inmate of .
a* the (brine of Mr*. Kermit personally no In Cuba lentreir.aer..
Home will be neglected this i '
lewtriVannes the Ii I Brown, Green and Blue r +
rnwiHU-e were .. and these chairmen Mrs. Phyllis Higgs was named leaving for Cuba yesterday Taffeta Half Slips tt,

remnant .... ............u I). Mrs. t chairman of the Card Party I I via Aerovias "Q" S. A. included $3.95Black tt r t /
Iyllr lli..f.. Finance. Mrs. which will be held at the clubhouse Mr and Mrs. Armando t t 0.b ?
Mary Jane .PMwtY.. Heautification, some time in January. I I Canalejo with their son, Armando 1. :
..... AIM Cvdo Welfare Mrs. More details of this Card Party Canalejo III; William Johnsonand b !
Pb d '4 Af..4rr. ll..ue will be available in a short time. Pedro Disdier. | or White ";

to. Met Marie IVnder cummlt-I Also there is planned a very I I Other passengers included Harry Jersey Half Slips ,, d +I si
w... Hernia Dupp and ... grand surprise for all Key West and Faye Libby Merle Sutton, 10-
rw A.... L** er. Social Mrs Kay children in February. Details of I I Charles Van Deusen, Crispin $2.79 "' NIN Its
'weWu and Mrs Nell Rose Lo- this surprise are at the present I I Jimmez Flavian and Ita Goote. f Ii

l..f. Owl. Srort. Mr* Anna Def time quite unobtainable, >ut it Benjamin Gordon, Clarence and t /icnlubarhd.roll...
will all be announced in these Arvilla Jackson James and Dolores
a..y I I M.
Ham. fat the coming year columns at a later date. It sounds Robertson, Ernest Tietz, "Ifs Right U It's From l .

rise (.rMlt. *..l It had been de- extremely interesting I I Miguel Orabona, Lee and Louise MarEd's"i ,
[, ,....... MM Nit Jay*.**** will hold The regular business meetingof i' Dorsov. Maurice Wenzel, George'' i>
a .Ieeee' CWt tm*> party for the the Jayshees will be held on ''I and Emma Trembly and.Eulalie. i _, ,I
.......... ., Jyceea. Ja>'sheesr Monday evening. Dec. 6 at 7:30: Borges. ,
.... .... frwfMW at the new rlub- I at the new clubhouse on Flagler I I MAR ED DRESS SHOP :. : !
t- yi l'1rarr' street. at which avenue and at the close of the I The activities of the Methodist !
......, Santa CI tM will be onto business meeting there will be : church are administered from I II I PAUL J. SHERJEWELER

.... g.,v. out uifU for theM .a card party for members and three principal headquarters in !
1....1It1lt.1' f. their friends, during which Mrs.I New York, Nashville Teniu, and MILLINERY i y
A rliraid proe'd of the Jay- I Mary Jane Pierce will act as hos Chicago. DRESSESACC SSORIES \

MMW pan to give per- tess.
The speed of farm haulage has 603 1)1'\\1. T. KM "I! ""I! I IIi it.
been increased from seven to 40. .
Ii0. Most ofhorse's pulling miles an hour through use of antifriction -
..... k4nd4 of fish ran 1 be
r jttrara anJ tall Mtunire j[power lies in its hind quarters. j j bearings. I

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The Weather NEW 26 TIRE
I West In Ages Hofj"cramp rings. blessed
Key b'y the king and believed to have I
FORECAST: special powers to ward off'!'

K.r try ..... Vteintty Cnn I M r Days Gone ByAS 1 stomach cramps. 1! T

,..... .... *. ..... weather thruLIu.dsy at. $ %
1 .
j A violin contain .
Ointc to moderate TAKEN FROM FILES.OF approximately
". tl...,. ww.4.. THE CITIZEN OF 70 pieces of wood. AU Aii WAQOtii

1 :.... Partly Houdy today DECEMBER: In.1lllUWllllllll1UllU1lU1IIIIRJIIII11II1.1IIID. I TIUCTCLTS.. .a4. .
Deposit will <.t< Itsi
tyN%.s.w ry f****...( t. WarmMM Y. UIP 1 ', ,
-vt t Bur La> twat t -a<
Eta.. rawwth pnr1lon to-1 I N I Ge the FASTEST Way47.ia.tu
The board of public works received -
44 dir.wr. thange inJakfHr H
three bids last eight to i Overseas Cycle Slew
h.tp.t.....a j e r
aW thaw the Florida '+' MRF supply the city with a street MIAMIDAILY tt* T.. wo A**. ...... '!
fctMHa ...... I.moderate winds. : Kw SWefiper. Today a committee is u =---..- .
considering the bids and will
>nnll>i>,lirtr IM wdh pYu..art SERVICE .
make its recommendation to the ---- -
aad .......... .infjtra tser't' pmtan board at its 'next.meeting.Two .
Ka/MrtMy Generally fair PEGGY"la
Asa. o.N ........ to rmwler hundred' delegates from' ... la sad lie ......
.4* ...*.he win* thru Satur- Methodist churches: in this lnr r the :,.tecfc Walkta. IfcaB

..., U Ji******r Mr weather trict are scheduled to come .. TO ntIf''E' 411 ,
Key West for a conference to dis'I'I
... __ rM Morm warn- 41'I
N'L held on December 1%' and 13. .n. C.'Utl:. lt.:<=M//UK a *tFull .-

IIE.PtlT: ( A lafetiMttea M r $
ft*, w.et n. iw x iii! S I Toys are being repaired! for the I ? Obtaiaed fey CiHs>f at tt.
Christmas Tree .
Community that
(IV"- 11..*... a* City Off we.S k1il1 I
is sponsored by the Key West i TROPICAL TRADER
.. s j si HHTl I i
Lions' Club and the City Recre- 'PIN,. ,
ah11Hk P
T.-- ation Department. The tree will) TIE Duval. Ile.N '
...... .... 80 fer lat.rwaties
i'-. n be placed in Bayvicw Park on I Call 0... ...yew hs.sl.Neat I PHONE .OM J
... NyM ,
,.- hub Christmas EyeAppearing s. .
U.. 76 F- '- -

NwoaJ. 71
in the current release -
Pr9dpiutioa l#) Photo] of Ripley's "Believe It or FLY ,
T*.al. lea >)4 _hawai .00 'Ins "
the of Esie
Not is strange case
1 MM. inatMli 00 Inathis ins. AMY MALLARD (center). Negro school teacher was charged I Solano daughter of Mr. and Mrs. t to
tfiT nwMk with murder for the fatal shooting of her husband. Robert'Mallard Oscar Solano who was born with

T.,M tlir >.r 44.12irMI .on a lonely road near Lyons. Ga. but now Sheriff R. E. her father's initials on her,right HAVANAThree
...... *** ina.iRdatI. .a
par_ Humidity.Barn Gray says the charges are being withdrawn. He reports his invettigatoin leg. Peace Justice Enrique Es-

.. .... disclosed she was not implicated in the killing. The quinaldo. Jr., obtained photograph Flights DailyTO
10'. widow and other witnesses said a band of men in white robes of the initials and signedan LIJWT .
latter halted the party on the road and a shot was fired that killed affidavit as to the authenticity HAVANA TO KEY WEST

(!.. t.*.H.. I*,. am.MM Mallard. This picture was made when the widow was arrested of the story and sent the photo Lv. Key West Ar. Havana Lv. Ha.a.a Ar. Key Weal
with details to'Robert Ripley. IONS A.M. 11:00 A.M. I 1:00 A.M. fc" AJ4.1Z.4S .
ifte.-.... Mt* in Savannah Ga. and accused of the slaying. She is being (1P( > Photos,
Tee ....'. questioned by Lt. W. E. McDuffie (right) of the Georgia Bureauof 2:00 P.M. 2.4S P.M. P.M. 1 M P.M.
.....w AlmanacM .n> Investigation. At left is her brother. J. C. James.. an attorney Key West Junior of Commerce EIGHTEEN.YEAR-OLD ANNE CANNON REYNOLDS (top), 4.LS P.M. $:00 P.M. :U P.M. 4:M P.M.

1:11: pm from Buffalo N. Y. at a meeting last night decidedto heiress to textile and tobacco millions in North Carolina. was
movement to have AEROViAS S. A.
......... |,,)4 r m ___ ___ _0_ ___ pairs start made a to the Roosevelt bou-re- married quietly at Bennettsville, S. C.. Monday to her childhood "Q"
uum..4 p.m. !exist if your father does not have levard in connection with the sweetheart. Lloyd Patrick Tate! who is known as "Junebug". nOCEUO GOMEZ. A?.at
WPA. The Jaycees are requiredto This picture of the heiress was made at a horse show in Blowing
;an income sufficient to provide '
no '4 Veterans Corner I! reasonable maintenance for him- raise $9,000!) to match WPA Rock.: N. C. She is the daughter of the late Z. Smith Reynolds ---- -

Na.e4. .self and members of his family funds for the project. scion of the R. J Reynolds tobacco empire at Winston-Salem.N. .

Tt&.-... .,....... TWnr) QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS under legal age or members of C. and his first wife, the former Anne Cannon. heiress of GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
tfO Law ABOUT SUBSISTENCE his family otherwise dependentby Dr. Charles Williams, assistant the famed Cannon textile'! manufacturers at Kannapolis. N C. e

Itr/3 *-t4 .m.St Veterans reason of mental or physical I surgeon general of the United Tale, seen astride a jumping hors is well known as a North "KEY WEST'S ONLY PRIVATE HOSPITAL4Emergency
Pam in training often incapacity. States Public Health Service, assured -I Carolina
; pm. write to ask about subsistence. : Q: I am going to college under a group of Key Westers ata sportsman. .l Mount 5rrrirrv 2 1 //our* "I t/y

ADDITIONAL TIDE DATAtftrimw Answers to these and other the G-l Bill and would like to I meeting last night that the; ------ 9 Resident Phytician In .ttlemlancr' ,
questions are obtained from the know whether -will have to refund government will assist in the
..-......: Key West Veterans Day and /fright
eef Halehtef Administration andmbh&hcd the tuition if I leave school campaign to exterminate mosquitoes -
Tb in this column by The Key West THREE ftHAMI\' O Out-patient Clinic .1 f "'.". l>
Ital.Tlds ,hi46 water before the end of the school in HOTELS IN at POPULAR PRICES *tlyt
Key West Citizen as a service to *
I Bate llond year --=-- Except On Saturday and Sunday.Complete
-hWm 0.0 ft our \eterans. i A: If you drop out of college Key West Woman's Club has Located in the Heart of the City
(W-1d,4 I and I Xl( 1'aariliik.THIS .
; Q I disabled Laboratory "
: am a veteran. 'before the! end of the period for begun a drive to raise funds for RATES WRITE or WIRE y
i (taut nd) +lh21m Am I entitled to increased com- j, which tuition has to be ,paid by charity. In that connection, a REASONABLE ItUUllld for RESERVATIONSwith HOSPITAL IS EQUIPPED TO CAM: FOII
: Bar* t7lslas pensation* of my depen- i I' Veterans Administration you food sale will be held on Tuesday BATH and TELEPHONE MATERNITY. MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CAM
ovnts Twill lose the training tim *cover- afternoon Dec. 6.
(......, PainfMtOm
A: If your disability rating is ed bv the r
payments unless you '
PiVfrg Channel 60> percent of more, you should reimburse the VA for the time Ford Pershing Miller GALEY MEMORIAL HOSPITALDR.
1.4 ft. Today The Citizen
truth end) +2h torn + submit to Veterans Administration says in an
did not attend school _
.OnKOT documentary evidence of i f I.you Q: Is the amount of disability edjtonaj"Helping paragraph others to: help them Hotel IfolclfUfc' I JULIO DE POO. Director
(_>_: Uii>ui alga& : Corrections' the evidence existence of of a dependency wife or childor of.compensation in any way affected selves sums up the true philosophy CO HoE. 3rd St. 226 N.E. I.V A' ; fif| .22.8 N Ye. l 417 Eaton Street Trl-ili. | .*.ie fill
b. auMracted by theamount of monej- learn of giving" 80 Rooms 100 Rooms .
to 80 Rooms
Corrections to your parents so that you may or receive from. other... Elevator Elevator -r
(+WPltM ifn':
qualify for increased -
compensation sources? Solarium Heated Elevator!
be added. ,..: The thick skinned
payments under Public Law 1No.: massive l
877 of the 80th Congress.Q i I '' rhinoceros: is a vegetarian in 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION

KIWOLV.QooHnurd >,\",'\'.:nC : My father is supporting a J (Veterans wishing r further information diet and nocturnal in.habits.. PEARLMAN'Sl

( Tram Pate One large family. May I claim him as about veterans' bene !
.14 4a,f>#ct uMd a urrewor toIswyer a dependent- while I am in training fits may have their questions George I, king; of England for FOR THE BRANDS YOU KNOWLEWINS'S -

( ta ......... under the G-I Bill : answered by writing tdhe nearest three years could neither spe; A: Dependency will be held nor write the English I I
IMWf') was a member' of thec..tft" to VA office) language: MEN'S SHOP '
u..... the TJks Club .,,!1" e niK STORE OF (01, .i/.m'" :
ssd the LMM a..h -. -- -- -- .- .- -. -. .- . . Ii . ar g..1 I
t I : Key Wesfs Largest LADIES'. MISSES' aM CHtt RtHS Nan :
&irw" i.e.. wa Na wKtvw Mrs ADVANTAGE .
l.wlre ftawyer a .**.Me'. Earl : First Showing In Key Westof \: TAKE OF THIS .
....,.. her rrr M.r. Mr*. A. 11. I
1'S'ur,' "I 1tT'hulrallt11
tie.t r. tw d.aIMtMI. Christmas Sale
IlL".. and Mr M ryJLisiaj. Pre -
1949 Packards! illl"
Hm Mia AtflwdU Sawyer : Sparkling :
MMM a.4 Brt 4 V Sawyer OF
.It .. IRabu. .... ste4.w ,,( (;;(1 II" "'"
,.,....s Wlstahamt aM W.........;I
..d ...pdwRhtrr. : THE PACKARD MIAMI COMPANY :'tr 4 Mens' & Boys'yerT J cwt .... Yaw Chti....... .

311. CMN. .? It.t Io Me W.'a d. .. .... .

f..a........ will IK* in .. Check the iW.s b.i.w ....
'Mrs.. .t Ht4A..r's Funeralbe Is Happy to Announce That '
i +.1 aa4 will. be announcedMM. : : : ;( Apparel r........., .., repsa.n, i .

aM.t Sawyer Ira.. brrn "n- : tNt a swap ralUee, d .w'

....... ., Due to; the mounting interest shown by Key /l ..... ..-. fr-

a.... -..-....--..-.......a.- Hnttehtate : West residents and navy personnel as evidenced ? & //J : m time for ..

.rirnirl. .... .......al. man. Jhnstmas and Imported and Domestic
Isgaa Me ....... M Atria when in our daily mail we have arranged to demo .\trtnltil'Jt/ ; :

.4 fi ... Mi ...ke s health. he : l I \ jrou can't afford li\MKKIl.IIIKt) : > CH. M.aM. ....... .... :
-.. h.s .sr. .lhee. who was : onstrate a 1949 Packard in Key West for several I From .
to the
miss big Wi.., Cee-k.... a4 Hif4Sets. ..* :
Ni -
:ode lu S"fU M.
days beginning Monday noon.. J '"4 savings on TCP : Boxed Handkerchiefs from : Va.... Sas>4r t1letMa :

tMe4 ...... .tile inauram-r in QUALITY MENSyt The to SI.31 Per Box Tea fc CtHte ..*.. *.... :

3.... a. .... sad ff 104 l Ulrd Our representative LEWIS M. TANSKY y Cream Sew A.* Tws I- :
and BOYS' Wear .
biUi .
Matt .In| >n .

---- -- :. will be at the La Concha Hotel. Phone him fora Imported' find loineln,; --- ...
/ demonstration and get behind the wheel on I LINESBreakfast : eIh'I.
--- I .i I.itiBetts. .; :

-IJ"- ..-....- : their powerful smooth-riding Packard selected '; u l! I: Dinner Stts.Sets. Luncheon Bridge Sets and .,.... K..aa.aenwls .:

: by the ultra discriminating New York fash .TrulI..t're.'allU'r : SIlt Ii, $I I-7.i r;') ..... Ws.ta. HMs ., Ihas ...... :
P.+ama ..... ...... ......
Towel Sets
ion academy as "The Fashion Car of the year." J.U'kl'b S2.5O Boxed;' () In $ !I.!):'; Taboos. .... a.k I.. ..

Easiest way to .tiNrater.Kubtw. Boxed Pillow Case* ..
And the discover
prices you'll compare S2.5O; ) hi *;.'><; --- ..

{taveKest rooms!If I : most favorably with those of smaller non-luxU Boxed Sheets and' Case Set 1t.H' .:

'S.f);) up 1'1rt .

I ury automobiles. rI : All Kinds of Scarf Sets.Guest ;trlr; ,
Towels. Blankets. Spreads

t tHif Availability Also : and Other Linen Item Swe.tet.es'Very A.....ai.. T.. ..*.

: What the situation will be a week from BOYS' r34e.k r..... Hli. ... Pte9,
I SUITS .... .
: .. sad NM .. .. ...
now or later, as the season begins we cannot //1'f'r"/if'f'/ .tit'; ,." e..... .,.,.a eea ... ....

Size's Silk. Satin and Quifcei
: predict but at PRESENT we have a few 1949 cr r
: llolirNielli: i; 1 Coan(; --- -

Packards available for immediate delivery in l B..I; l Ju."kl 1... I IIr.e : .

K.s -Oriinal.. Price 7'l.. On All .SIIlf.aSt't : i

.... .,.d. I. ety Key West. Sale 111erclirtUIiser' "ylf)1I II".IC" ,.rtH'lH' lfr.ttiaw.* ........

.rM, k._Tos.L. h.'
.......Wet n.. cost : Phoenix and Other Good
/w.u....,.,.,. fJIF" tor the llrunds \'",. hnoir! -"tIULEWINSKY'S : Makes in Nylon HOSE N....... ..... Msiaat .
.i.4. p4esr.e3e. I All Sue and All Colon ........ t......
.........."..... 1 IJIrSct Aside Monday or Tuesday MEN'S .e
t.. ,...rWJwdlttot : SHOPPhone

ptoa tattipwes. Dt.Itlaa Int.Hsrlwu. JIF'for a Superb Auto Ridc1lC ,' 526 DUVAL 146 i GET THE HABIT oPEARLMAN'S< $ w

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