The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00269
 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 7, 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).
 Record Information
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: UF00048666:00269
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Out. At >. | < William V. Albury.I IS SET OFF
who was elected a presidential KEY lily INK <>i.Hrrtr. .
Mrrl last Mphl,, elector from Florida in the November -
2 election will go to Tn Krrriir NMtirAs I Ira
j The prMptard! changing from' I
I Tallahassee on Monday to cast MONDAY
r......me "A" to residence, "B" of flhis!I vote for President Truman I (IR'i) Wircphoto WEST Now r.id Tw /sally:.

I.! Murks .f otr property affect j I and Barkley.Vice President Elect Alben II III ARROW POINTS to where midget films of secret State Department papers were found in hollow __ Tax Cullrrlnr. By r.-

I..C errs an Von Phister, George.| "You I'm pumpkin on Whittaker Chambers' farm at Westminster, Md. According to his wife. Chambers z Divers (;o UoivirTo 'It' .
4 bet going to vote for City eemullaai...... gal soils
Jufcfwtm Treptcal. Flagler and Time editor led two fr om the House Un-American Activities Committee
a Magazine investigators
i Mr. Truman said Albury today. aboard the USN Chanticleer. the In regular ..... veld easymutudy .
W..... was returned last night by I"That's the platform I stood on to the small pumpkin patch reached down and picked up a pumpkin where the microfilms were Depth Of Navy rescue vessel, and W G us .4 ...=... _aI
llw plaiUMim.. board to the plan|and that's the way I'm going to cached and handing it to one of the men saiL: "Is this what you want?" Chief Investigator Robert Singleton 31. chief metcUmith to .tie edy ..... .. .-.. ...
M..C ttMMMMten for more detail i cast my vote." E. Stripling said evidence is available singling cu t the persons who passed on Ihe government secrets ,I 485 Feet from Goldsboro N. C who is sad. -- -- N fir,'
.4. MfnrmatMin as to setback. cost> |I Albury also was invited to at which were found on the farm. The evidence will be presented when investigation is reopened i i assigned to the experimental unit ; ....... tW war ....nd W Bea
irf fMMrurtMMV material ..etc.TKv .I tend the Electoral Colleges of this week.BELIEVE. Great Britain !110M. made the record dives, of one or A Mirtlaa rat 'wi
....* was 4-0 with Com >er Law Carbonell "Pass- ", : 19, ---- -- ---- The did not know how far
: Washington on January I Claims To Record men : taxdtdwnal dclieeat Aeelw ..."
M.**.t for retufrunc the -con- the day before President Truman Ii they had been lowered into the I The v.k a L-jSul (..isel
.....'....." Moue was made by is inaugurated. SAFE I i CIA To Discuss Of slip Feet In water and did not realize they .pay m l1r .wee .of i

t'.raiitssaulner Hunter Harden as had made the deepest dives" ever i, was ....... ky a ...... $ I os.
hyoid gumrflU were presented .because as a commissioner he Overseas Tolls leepca fiiiniThe i attempted in this country.. They WIth Crnasasaia lid. Lear. I
i l1 .......tM parties of both facHatfteld. would be singled out were he to U .S. Navy established used a combination of helium be..... sad Feed arw M .....
I a-. vote for the zoning change that M a and oxygen to making their j I boA. rnw free sse M Mt..rt
I C... .... representing f would have affected him favorI BURGLARY WAS The question of what to do I II new diving record of 435 feet off dives for plain air contains nitrogen -t p.rlratga a. taw bull ..AI.

i M a..iiB.rlr awner*. spoke for dt -I ably. i I with the tolls collected on Key West, it was announced yesterday : which acts as a narcotic'ed by the hwsl. ltl.rrr a.-., .
la.* .rf the ordinance' citing the Renting Being Done by Captain O E. Van Der- far under water. Tax ---If'' Hnirwd<< Wt .
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i ..........,.... that would be hadvrrtv The "fiery" solon told the 'OUTSIDE JOBfl! seas them Highway to the city, whether and to Over-I'I aue USN (MC), attached to the In connection with the I Ins ofa li-...aapUlaad trallit ..
W.r law enacted. I group packed with views that submarine off Portsmouth. N. & la MM aaai.dl-.-9
f leave
them with
Judge. Car SpeaksAfter differed with his that they Road and Toll the Overseas 1 I experimental diving unit of 1 II.. a dive of 410 feet was made the faa paM la fIsks.. ........
: HatfvrM poke Judge didn't want duplexes in, their I Bridge Efetnct I I Washington D. C. I in 1941. Britain claims an international come eat .. .... pse1M, d tie
Tti+*ss A. Cam addressed the area, but nevertheless they So Declares Sears'1IJitrcll11(1llager ': Commission will be discussed at "There is no doubt of the an I deep sea; dive of MO feet Unguent taol .pe,..., ... stet .w
td a uel bwanl giving reasons I were renting rooms and apart. 'r ton streets some time over the :' a meeting Friday of th; Key thenticity of the dives." said Captain It was explained at the Key West city taadf.I .

: why MW romance should be ments. He ventured the opinion ; week-end I' West Civic Improvement Associa- Van Dcraue "We checked. Naval Station that surd a dive I Calrrawi.aa I t..tl/r 1.-..._
......... TW judge told of the that there were 15 to 20 Meantime the sheriffs office 'I tion.The and double-checked and are sure with the hose let out 5W fet, I aslt.d tike .tr aMaep .t ".
s*.aawl Homing. needs of navypr.rmrrl owners renting that way. Cars Jackson association meeting will that the dives went to 485 feet" j could have been made with a 'i1r41it+ir tit bgapeer .
Gay and the ]
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city ran a
.. and told of three bonU mentioned Colonel Hat- i number of clues furnished them be held at 8 p.m. in the Monroe I j G W. McCullough, 32. of Baxter I I sharp bend in the hoar, _U.M 'I '-II.... .-....-. .
.....*" men who. were willing to laid as one who was renting by various citizens of the city I I County Courthouse. Col G. D. Mo., a chief gunner's mat''by the tide 1 IMa. .by re (........ ..... ..
..*... aufcatanttal sums in that t two places. and said that at the SherifFs Of fire i! who reported that they had seen (Continued On Page Six) i iI I ---- .-- --- .......,. rryMsra. ...,.., tlbaf ta..tb. '
.**. .MM ..... were forced to in- next meeting he would read a i I II.. .......
i ..... ...., mMtejr in some other list of aU the others who were And) City,Jolirc! I i: what they took to be the thieves: I II Ov n
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t w eel.w111p b re.iwe ., cutting likewise" ranting some of their I Rees ;.... :;. j jHave |.I in No many trace' jctions was found!,ol t of! the city.safe. J > Make- IIISS-GHAMBERS CASE MI"ftt :w-: iI

slaty wdwar.a. Cans told the property but who were now Busy !i It is presumed that the safe was I I ttwsi pa, Met laa eaJ..w.. .,,,
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pIraiaat Imar that Key West opposing commercial erection racing Down Clues I i I. taken up to the mainland and Huge LatheMOSCOW I tuoaalt.lalpra./.m Id 1Arflow. 0+ '
was toing. Kurt and not these of duplexes and the like. I there cut. with an acetel>ne CAUSES DISPUTE WITH year. dial her .hea. wi -
....._ rav..I.rs. Commissioner Louis Carbonell i .1 onrfI
"We believe definitely that it torch. (JI"I> A turning
Maya* A Martian Adams told I' shouted to the opponents of "' I I It was Maya .,
"Everything to be lathe
tfc* gfiiM. that he felt that "zon- I the measure that they were keep- was an outside job," said Guy i though some out-of-town seems professionals as-I manufactured weighing at 500 the tons Kramatorsky is being COMMITTEE FROM I HOUSE: : in) vale Iteat bee. .he .. ....

sat'w.w.. wry essential and that t in: outside capital out of the city. Jackson district manager oft!i did the job" said Plant of Heavy Machine- I I ,) lock after C.-I'-*. IT. 'U
b ..wet. vale against the pro. and were making; the Island City took de* sad. J C A.estl W -..syes.
son. our JaCk-I I
........ .e*.. utitM the planningr "tagnant lie closed his argur Sears Roebuck & Company, re-I j wheel the safe out of the Building."Evening Mo&cow said it Why Di.l ClulI..l..ro: --r ,! sad Cerir+.a III L c.
MMaiM pi arc a a much higher I i ments by warning that this city Carding the theft of a 500-pound and also stole two tires. It was a the first is b aU sad fl lsit ..
...*...H tar rvaaaence "BCiiiamanimi ". needed tourists, and especially 'i cool burglary. There Soviet lathe of such Hcniain Silent 10(>" i jury, is displeased over sane .dThe i eee. 1le..iwi.s Mew i. 4.J .
very was large propoitions. it will
r Louis Carbonell 1 should the navy ever leave the I safe contminj about $5.000 from nothing about it. It I machinfj the revelations made by the acted theiiwial -+san.1 -
i wlr tos ......... the floor and I : island I the store at flaming and Simon- was studied haphazard out very carefully parts up to 30 meters longTempcratarcs Years! ? Question Asked i, house un-American Investigating J A-.tMftM A........

f Yr earriari., told the audio I' Mrv. Starke speaking as aI1 on the Hiss-Chambers roue Awlwirrad .e-... ....
pie Mta *r l..m.M two lots with I mother, resident and school -- ---.0.-- I UF..leral Attorney I Chambers was questioned before meat he Mlw pairs. ...-.. .

? M1e A.pr ..f s4arHic duplexes l i in I.! teacher. also spoke against enacted I .H,. Thr .\.. i ...l .... Carkoneti emphasueda |meal of the proposed zoning Secretary Marshall\ Undergoes At 7::30 A.'.I_ EST NEW YORK, Dec. 7.-If Alger not released until late in the evening ,I "''... .big ........ .. /kr .... .
M ... fMrrvd to sell the lots i ,. ..,.
a change. I, Hiss gave Whittaker Chambers I II and today is before the U a 0. .bR 1Mreat

--- -- -. _. ------ I Stalin- Temp. I I]I government documents 10 years J jury again. Chambers<< I has said Cwi-wnar. MwHerd.
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Kidney Operation Condition Augusta 47 i,i ago. when Chambers admits he i that Hiss gave him the docuntrnl* .. csnpilrlyd a1traua6 .
CHINESE NATIONALISTS ; Billings ._ n. 23 was a communist; why did he'!'. to pass on to a Russian agent anarssIA... U xwhirh ,
Birmingham __ ._ ._ .. 46 ,. wait till now before disclosing I II Ii Members of a sub-cummttter Pie. sad Iasin' rliini ... .
lJj.mark _. that information public! is the., kept City ataltl/n .tIM aa...
To Re "Excellent]] -- .0 1 I I i of the investigating committee{' .. .,...
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Reported: I "'substance of illy hMa gel

I I FACE DISASTER FROM i Boston Buffalo .__ _nO__- _. -...__ 37 39 j I considered today a question by a that federal was ,'j and arrived the here federal I last attorney night and went they to t j:>: tWM mrM Ut wa... fcw. Irrsdsi Mar ..,* *.... ...1...
I which ; I IT > M
official.) > I II I Charleston ...____ -.. --- 51 jury is investigatingthe a hotel room for a L.nfererw. .
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\Vn"laillplon" l Chicago _.__..._nn _._-._ 26 charge that Hiss stole documents -j Reporters were not permittee t.. I:i'i

COMMUNISTIC FORCES I hlmtk l; bought 1 ; I ilfVa To Pension Corpus Christi __ 67 from the Rovernmcrt. 'I II enter the r*>>im. but they said th..t | P...... fa tAr1r' 1 .. ..
I I As the related!. Hiss .y'
( 1 roil: Denver __ _00 _-_._.._ 111 story is : hi11| standing outside the Hour. they Ms bit
I \ -" Taking: IVrioilirIMylhr Detroit -- .___h_._ n _. 37 the doc\iments under a pumpkin heard hot w>rds" and asMimt.H I I al ....u .:--..._hotels ti
.. ,\rwij **..rr..I I. U> 'lilt"Ijtrirrlriurnt Checks Before El Paso ... .__ .. 4.i; shell; in Chambers backyard in I that the attorney was pmtektinctf n.ss -y.. .eind.ht.de.sa .
a tarii.
I 1'1a 'Ii..1' (:I..I..UI' i ) Ft. Worth __ _.. 47 ; Maryland I the committee I hs"auve ..f .... h. IMett ....., aaIdllr 1. .
I I (1i.aiug., i i'I'ytlrlrri Mrs. Summers Dies .i......1.... lrr.*) II Galveston ._. 62 : The federal prosecutor whoj interference ah Nprtrd.. with yearly pive.luss .41s aant. --

T".. m."I. WASHINGTON. December 7.Washill Christmas Jacksonville ___no .. 67 presented the case to the grand his plans in conducting for rax. ; ..... end .... ,...... e
Kansas City 27 : ..
In JacksonvilleMrs. -- ,tn officialdom under -- --- -- - -
ell (;aa11iuIuutpe) the impresMon that Secretary<< of Mailing dates of state warrants i i' KEY WEST 75 .........

: State Marshall had gone to the State Key West Airport 731 OFFICERS OF KEY WEST i .\ps"I.
covering Welfare!
... "N ao..i.1N Pie. : Grace Grable Summers. Walter Reed Hospital for a periodic Hoard Los Angeles _.. 41.. lltral. b ei Alts art 1.a I

MAJHCIMC. ONT Disaster' wife of the Rev. George E. Sum- ch<'Ck-up. was surprised to- public assistance payments are I Louisville ......._n 411 the ............ pigs wa .(I1wserried
..... **.. Nataiaaktt army which'on being scheduled earlier in December Meridian ..... ..
men who was pastor of the day when the Department of 43 i .. iii -- "
.-... w... of Suchow First Methodist Church in Key State announced that he had undergone so that all recipients will Miami .. .__.0. 69 i CHAMBER\ OF COMMERCEAT w. th 11 J Vaa ...... .
.dn.sdy a Minneapolis .__ 11 : .... ...
acid "... I West about 15 years ago died in a kidney operation this receive their checks prior to pear no"O. Ied IdYIorida
..... .. .. morning. Christmas Day the Rev. James Memphis nno. - 4.i; i .
u. Chang Kai- Jacksonville
on December 2, according I ... .
It known long last New Orleans SS A,. OW ale.Flaaasla
was as as MIAMI MEETING a
...... ..... tfca. He had ordered : H MacConnell announced today. t
to information received _. .
summer, it was said that Secre- I New York 45' P1.1i aal+
the armr M laav Sochow several here by Mrs. Bertie Higgs tary Marshall had kidney trou- The latest mailing will be on Norfolk ... .___.._ 38, mac teased b ttkkf. .. .

.lava........ belie.... H d4 but that theNt the During the second World War ble, and that he had deferred the December 20, he said. I Oklahoma City _.. 31) Trr>or., I. lllh'I..r.UUPII .moun-t Mia Qf Ow+,k 1 r
obeyed by Mrs Summers was active in the operation because: of the neces- All aid to the blind warrants Omaha ._ 171 tent wiN be ........ r1...
t.aw..adsH.T. .. .. United Service Organizations and sit, of his being in Paris at the which normally go out on the : Pensacola 581 l ] | ,\l1Iun : 'II i oho -<- f f'f the Lnit-H Stales! was repre for ins...H.He. *4 a tlahagin. ".
-aiu1inI statement said the American War Mothers. United Nations conferences 29th will be mailed December Pittsburgh -.. ... 36 I .. aM ......, .I4.. ,. .
moo. -
nos. 'ho ate .....9 the teas rnctrrlement bern awrounlat. Cesides the widower she I Early this afternoon hospital 20. Supplementary and reissued Roanoke .m .._ __..._ 31 I \\ All* mil fl iN.ltioiiu( I Those who dndetl the Miami', inl.H.t*.. N .... fth/sM ee19in.

,I. El. 1H11/.r and. ......,..r Either is leaves three daughters and two authorities stated that the opera- warrants which normally are St. Louis ..___. n 3-1 Affair- Meeling I meeting were Edwin F. Trevor I .. Th city 11-"y ..... .
surrender be.nrd sons. I tion had been successful, that mailed on the last day of the I San Antonio .. .._.n_. .. no 52', : ;resident of the Key West Cham epa*.4 ta.. talk .
ae nv a Ma or
......... ..... conwnunist an Secretary Marshall's conditionwas day.month will likewise go out that San Francisco m -- 471' Officials of the Key West her: Harold R. Launscher mana I (Though at! ,**.. M a *4 '.*<
"excellent," and that City Electric < .
it was Seattle filial are .r1
>-_-t st.tewltY.r.rara.M \ Deeds The revised schedule for old n Chamber of Commerce last night :?:er of the Chamber: Robtrt D pf> ..
Warranty t. _
not anticipated there would be Tallahassee 63 : heel v*** hf atev
headquarters said assistance and aid to I attended a meeting tro discuss! national i director" of the Chamber and .
any infection. age dependent Tampa 64 ; i i mitHanert.. .H .has waj. .baa n.practll
thai Mts rim>m>n children mailings in District j i affalnarrang.:1': by the Miami ,
I Last Wednesday at a press 1 Washington 34e..ee.eeee..ee..eeeee. : l keg a IMM. f'
.C.MMti.d On Page Six) Approximately 25 acres of Key 'staff rf the local Chamber.
Largo land conference President Truman 10 is December 20. I Chamber "f Commerce at I I attitude. sad attaw MM r? r
changed hands yesterday said that he had asked Marshallto Following a custom of several )Iyears' which the Chamber of Commerce 1 Cooperating in the meeting: 'C"'.!>'.n..t or, (4
i in the sale of Mr. and Mrs. were the Chambers of Comment _
standing the State Welfare -
(., Stork ttlontl' P'ftOm.1(I Frederick Bowen continue in his post as secre- -- -- j 1
rat of Dade County tary of state. The President also Board made arrangements: Palace TheaterDue I of Miami Beach Coral Gables. .
Tkara was a fair tourist fromWh.NaI I to the Riviera Corporation. I North Dade County South Miami -
with the
said at that time that he did not state comptroller's office I Cuban Memorial ,
Rock Harbor to Day .
{ for the sum of for the earlier mailing so Redlands Tavernier, Marathon
WKa. lr.f. "...,.r. f felt beneU J;$30,000, according to a warranty know Secretary's Marshall phy- that all recipients could receive This Theater Key W &t. Opa-locka. Hal KATHRYN'SSpot
,........ deed filed in the office of Circuit sical conditIOn. In view of that their assistance grants before ( \ 'ILl. TOT OPEN TODAY j I landale. HolKwood. Dama DH 'c:
t statement it that :
is presumed
.. tM Mr4 a hack. I Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer Christmas.. (Tuesday December 7)) I I (Continued On Page Six i iI of
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ISM. ........ wits that satisfied! At 4pm. yesterday another PIiONP 1Z4- I i I
...u..fk *I warranty deed filed in the Circuit I MIAMI-KEY WEST ,1/IP
court clerk's office recordedthe TICKET OFFICE Open
'I sale of a lot at Fleming and Fine Fishing Tackle Sold BARGE LINE. Inc.

i I Margaret streets by Mary Marguerite ALL AIRLINES : I CLYDE-MALLORY D CKSTELEPHONE' M7 DUVAL STMCf 1
: 7/L4PefrL/ Sterling and her husband 6i I
Thompson Enterprises. Inc. I HIOM.( I: .w
i Euric C. Sterling to L. P. Artman {i TRUNK LUMBER YARD SHOPPING DAYS i Next Barge Ieare :

OaUa Fried Chkkeall .of and$8,000.Sam E. Harris for the um PRICE TOURS Hardware Division-Phone 886 I r' TELEPHONE 816 I F771LC CHRISTMAS I .Miami Tfntrt.. 0,,(". 'J : KotItrye! 1'.. o.rITY
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vV le*.. oat1y[ Ri* ,t aa"da7. by Key West In
.. .a4 Pmfcltahe During the time of the realty boom in
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t"1'''' Vlles.a BuUdlne Florida, thousands of "snowbirds" entered
I O- ...r Or,.o aa4 Ana atr.et.telly Days Gone By .
... 2'o' gaeer la Key Weat and Daytime Summary- _
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.alfe.ser M .;.., 1f.et FI..rtda. a. second class matterwNIaY some of them were lightfingered.In arc day selected broadcast through program Friday.at the same Tim as listed tome ia.ait be tew..... OF AS THE TAKEN CITIZEN FROM OF FILES !I ID "N--- BY EMILY NOBLE U

:M OK TUB A..01'T"D PRESS Key West at that time the police st."dard. For central standard sub.. DECEMBER 7. 1938uwHmuIImmwuuIwuIzwlma9
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3 .a ,{p.e..elaa d1le4 and and the sheriff's forces kept a close watch
''n tbl. paper.
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E._ __ ..w. ..abii. d kern for snowbirds, as a result of which scores DEG 6 THROUGH DEC 10 I Members of the Key West Golf 1 Chapter 17 I Joe heaved: a xish% and walked bar to tie It for yew 1M v, -seat t
a' NH'NlrTIo1f K.tTF.S Club met last night in the home!f 1 I slowly down the street under the make a OMU el H "-? .te *'*
of them were turned about, so to speak, as M.ralee9:00Honeymoon of Melvin E. Russell and passed! JOE MONAHAN stood athe waving Sags Enough boys were time the way ....dM .>t? tan
they came in, and ordered to leave town. : Breakfast Clubabc9:1SBarsyard In N. T.-Bb a resolution protesting against' corner of Ninth Avenue and home to make it a success as wail last tte 1H a.w pea

m"m: : : : FoUle.-cIl. the inclusion of any part of the] looked down the block. It WAS a as the first block party. Liquorwas steak M.s Mead -I de tia
i And the arresting officials made it a pointto t.30-The Cln.laRulreIIM original land for the 18-hole links' beautiful June evening and the plentiful enough If ntatwasn't you ........'t .h.ip eitJlS sae
that the order effective. Bob Pool. Show-nrtj. Pat would be drunk again. thintav"
_; : see was on Stock Island in the proposed daylight would last for hours.
Me*. Kewwn .. Ap|licallo 10:00-Fred Waring Show-BBO) !! Flags were draped across the Pat had been drunk more jA| the She jaugi.d b.. 11M.,e 1f IImak.
Along with the snowbirds, came Music for You-cbj airport to be constructed there.! last month than in all his years .. ass .aippf .lut 4. 9w
1 aPe:1'tILeyt'1(- : My Story Drama-abo10.3O It was pointed out that the city: street and on the houses. Bunting in the flat, really drunk, not just "
t all ,....... _...... ........ .f thanka. resolution racketeers of all types bent on getting -Hour of Serial*-ntH had originally reserved land for I braved the breexex Every windowwas happy and mellow as ha cot with can!
MliMtry _!*"-*. poems, etc. will be Th. Godfrey Hour-cba t open to the soft warm air nit whoa He aqu.v.4 W 1
1 uf ISM rah i>f I* Beala a line.Tor something for nothing. They included Say It with JJuslc-rob. V 18 holes pine of which have been and every window had at least his bear on Saturday caat ***, |*. es i.1N. M
MvrtainmeM. by churches from line. burglars, wire-tappers and other gentry 11:00-Kay Kyser Showabo1t:4Serlala built, and that it u intended at one head poked out of it. Fire he sang old Irish coogs Ttuj arid wasa Pat night'eabe& *. party .... ..
.... a ....... is t<> ka derived are a cent a : (3% surly drunkenness now.
....4. .IMfrM. U a. "(>*. lorum and Invites diasiejfcthi braebsAttrass. : t some time to enlarge the course escape had been turned into balconies had never been surly before. Joe duty. W.\ ffWt Anhe. e_
toMes .a..l objects of local or who went in for crime on a large scale.It to 18 holes.A in spite ol all the fire laws. had gotten himself stationed on the dl'\&au"' Inknew. up .t ,1Y.. ...
e. ._. .bat it will cot publlnh anonymous how the 12.00 Welcome Tra".lere-&be As a good fireman, he heaved a ."
is to
........ purely a guess say the block for tonight as much to
Kate Smith Halt-Hour-mb. sigh but he knew his own family Pat as to avoid She ,te*>p 4 *>.... tee, .a waS.
--- -- Sears, Roebuck store at Fleming and 12.30-Word* and Unalo. representative of the Na would never understand him on dancing keep an with eye on Bella. Bella would Inf up to Mr vyeH tK-i t,.... .ea

Simonton streets was burglarized, but the 1OO-Uul.sin Slater EaU at Lunch Hour--ub nba tional Audubon Society on an that point., for Fire escapes were balconies rave and forget how refined she so C dftncindf .h.fpr a n>. ...... il...
big holidays at least for.
to be. But let her
presumption is that the burglars came 1U-Happy Gur mbt official visit in Key West in- and this was a big one for the was supposed
He was in no mood to dance with -You did fet' Ye. arrael/e. It1 I
IOG-DoallJe formed Citizen that
er MetalBreakfast **-*> today block.
MEMBER @ 194 here in a truck and when they left town ia HoUyvood abe. the principal reason for estab- Today there were no ball play- anyone tonight. In fact he hadn'tfelt know. you dUMB !
Queca for a Day-fob e. like dancing at all since-I *..*. be"Me It e
took the company's safe with them. I:30-S.rtala for liaM lishing a bird sanctuary on the ers and no roller skaters. Tonightwas since Mrs. Meeghan had died. work. SMppMe rtf ....., .. .
the block
Bride and party and it was
Florida Keys u to the "
The liklihood is that the burglars: had The- Hope Catat-mk. protect bravely announced as the best I to a theater se-
white heron which is near ex- DELLA appeared as if his thought She aii MM away .
:-00-Ladle* Be Seated aba block party that had been ; puj .
one or more men in town for several days, Red Benson Show-mb. termination in this area. It is "held in New York City.ever Pat Bul- *J had drawn her like a magnet 'That's} It Y..... w,....,..... .. Ie
nosing around to determine what establishment 8:30-Tb. House Party-cb. estimated that only 350 heronare ger had had something to do with from her house. Her face glowedas at the Mttsee. Hell aval wart Ile
WEST Barn Dance Show-mbt that Lately Pat had gotten almost always at sight of him and as eM... your k!>t+ted. K.....
.IMPHOVrMTXTS FOR KEY was "ripe" for burglarizing. 4.00-Hint Hunt Qui_ I left. obstreperous about the block and always he was ashamed because you cent destce w Ui aM' I.n ...
ADVOCATED BY THE C1TIEH Second Honeymoon-abo he did other than to "'
never try fm
fancy eneuf k -
Probably these had entered the 4,30-Wbuoer Tak. An-cb. the neighborhood. It was the best
snoopers Melvin E .Russell, superintendent street in the world and on it lived avoid her. She caught his arm lie put.BM Mad ever. herirtL
Sears store, under the pretense of givingan :00 Kiddle-Treasury Hour Band(west-cb repeat* 1 br. of public instruction said the best people in the world. No- and clung to it, falling into stepat tryinc to ..... it fc..... (.u>..

L Mart Hotel tod Apartment order to see how the receipts were later)-abe and nibs. today that the schools in Monroe body that ever left it ever came his side. but conaeiem abet dam .. f p...
:. Beach and Bathing. PtTuioa will be closed for the to a good end. Bella Durfree had "I was so afraid you'd make up pie were wMduat aral .!u...
Land and Sea.i. handled and where they were kept. county been there and as usual had had some excuse to get out of coming lie gave a .... 1.ug" ..... rw
1. Airport*-- Christmas and New Year's holi- even though promised seated her.
to put her two cents in. "What you you
Conafdiditloa of County and The "job" they did had to be done NETWORK PROGRAMS days on December 16 and will be about Rosalie Meeghan?" she had were going to dance with me as "YouBeUa. Mw.s My ter. --.

City Governments. hurriedly It is almost unbelievable that a Time i. eastern stand.rd. Forces.tral reopened on January 2. demanded. "She's dancing at Radio many times as I wanted. Look at Yeu .gem yea o' -
Auditorium. standard subtract one hour for City next week." As if every- the grandstand. We're not only Her dark ereeaNpw1w aa"I ".........
i. Community truck could have backed up at the store, m.untin hsura Some standard local .tat.o.subtract. change two body in the neighborhood didn't going to have two bands, but special dolt"... a....4it. ....
Peter Schutt, of La -
regardless of the time the burglary was hour at relay to fit local' .chetlul. know that and hadn't talked entertainment as welL The
Last minute program changes can. Casa Marina, said today the hotel about it. Pat had drained his beer committee arranged it and were .V... CM. .!.. .. tin *.W tie
committed, and took the safe without rot be j"cluded. will be opened for the winter glass and hammered on the table lucky. It is going to be a grand anyway. FM..ff it w a.a.n" .*

in the season next Saturday. He stated with it "I repeat in case youdon't night We'll have stars, a moon She drew Melt y..*... liw tw
:. MONOGRAPH passersby or persons cars seeing and-and everything." of her ... .
TUESDAY DECEMBER 7 bookings are good until the end understand plain American put KaallMf. !..? 4 M
truck. Fact is, some persons might have language. I say no one ever left "Especially so many bright the fMVMSj' M| anel ....*< ) |
; ')If, Ralph SpAlding, Evening.OO of March. this block and came to .a good lights we won't be able to see the on it with. ..... ages M .... *35.
seen it and concluded it was a company : -News Report IS MIn.-nto end. stars or moon. And music so loudno have .o MM*.* ... irw..i I.. ....
I CMt( IaHler: truck that had stopped at the store to unload newscast Network Silent Every Hourbe.eut Day-
lN..r Ralph 1 : Kiddies Hour (repeat)_bc-wet Ladd received a letter today into a joke, but Joe knew what liquor" "There. .. can slame
merchandise.In Network Silent Cl br.)-mbs-eait ft-om Fred Cone they were all thinking. He remembered She shook him playfully "You ,to ran L I ..... yell .* n..w a.
Year insistence of "no politics" in whatever the burglary Kiddies Hour (repeat)-mbs-west Governor in that awful night a won't feel like that when you get 'hate her. DuAt aver ap*>st t?
way was 6:15-Sports.: Music Time-nbo which it was stated that all mon- again bever, avrrI .
appointment. i is commend- I month ago when Pat had gone: to regular clothes on. I bought a "
1>YrMMftff your I committed, it behooves Key West enforce- 1:4S-S.wseut iou and Theater ThreenboLowell -cbs ey from the sale of automobile bring Rosalie home. special tie for you to wear, but I I I Ifs ke >..*>.suit
FfcirewintT out this policy the best by license tags be sent to the state
jAe. Thomas ( 11) cbs ,
repeat -:
ment officers to keep an eye on persons ----- --------- - --
_*1 always win and to the bestfcstrrcwt 7.00-Supper Cluhi-obc-basio treasurer not later than Decem- ....
mm wandering aimlessly or apparently aimlessly The Beulab SEit-cbs ber 10. The governor said he is ;
the community. News and Commentary-abo : f
of around Hey West streets late at Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs anxious to have enough moneyto TODAY'SBIRTHDAY()

(< THE ORACLE 7:15-News and Comment-nb/. pay the salaries of public
night. Jack Smith Show-cbs:
Daily Commentary schoolteachers before they go on
Dinner Datenibs7:30Smoothies the! rvacation on December 16.
1-- Trio-nbeX
If want to express your opinion
you Bob Crosby dub-cbs
ANALYZING RECORD DIVIDENDS iJusle Relaxin Tim.-abe Mrs. Bernie C. Papy, chairmanof By (JP) Newsfearurei
intelligently, tolerantly and briefly, theCitizen's News Comment-mbs -
columns but above all 7>45-News Comment-nb. the Room Mothers of the Har- ....."...A.". ustom B-ttH-t Fi -
are open ,
News Broadcast-cbs school has called
telling of ris public a
The newspaper are us Sports Comment-rabs EDMUND EZRA DAY.
; be brief. S-OO-Tbis Is Tour Life-nbo' meeting of that organization for Dee. 7, 1883. at Manchester. N. H
j ;; rd dividend that American business Theater afternoon in the homeof
"; Mystery PlayebzYouth tomorrow "This' president of Cornell University NBT1N,
Ask. Govern meat-all*
wilt pay in 1948, emphasizing that not TURKS ARM AT HEAVY COST Geo. CCHanlon Show-mbs Mrs. William M. Habecker, 517 has a background coma -
I:1S-Newt Broadcast-abJO Whitehead street. t-" T "t pletely academic -
,tf Me 1029-30 have such generous pay- : -Date with Judy-nbo ---- After,

tltht made on capital stock as a reflec- I The Republic of Turkey, now maintaining 41 America's f. and Mrs.Town North Meetinc-cbs-abDetecUva Today The Citizen says in an 1 public schooling NOW AVAILABLE!
--* ..e
.f kith earnings.! partial mobilization against Rus- Drama- r* editoiral paragraph: !. .i at Worces-j
I t:55-By Gardner Says-roba may} Wad of Pa r Oet5d a e4seelaS.
It fa noted that first quarter dividends sia, finds the military task a heavy load on 9: -Bob Hop Show-nbe "It u well for politicians thatit r We the People. Guest-cbs is no crime to make crazy the nickname Imf oyatbell* .s
In. 1948 wIre sixteen per cent higher than its economy. With 600,000 Turkish pea- ': Gabriel-News Heatter.Bl'Of-dcaat-mb.Comment-ttifIS predictions." I of "Rufus" at : Alto ALUMINUM

ta 'M name period of 1947, second quarterpadrternta sants under arms half of the Turk budgetis 9 JO-Fibber and Molly-aba DartmouthlI' BLINDS tollable

were nine per cent higher and spent for military expenses. Life News with CommentboLon. Lulgl-cbs a LEGALSOTICF. I the he Rufus won I II I Free Estimates-.Call Ml
Wolf Drama-mb* IMIoMpT pRLI8Earr
third quarter payments were fourteen Turkish officials take every oppor- 9:45!>Detroit Symphony abo I'[ Choate echoI !- '<

,... tent above those of last! year. Present tunity to express their determination to 1:55-S.wa for t MlBUtes-mb \ : 1' ntH TT1 KirriTioiNAMK 'TKNOTICK !& I arshlP for high i
10:00-Big Town Drama-nbo OIVEN that Dmarks.. He la- j
IH IIRRKKY Edmund Ezra
.jfH.. ..aUorui are that the fourth quarter resist Russian pressure and to oppose Soviet Jilt the Jackpot-cbs the undersigned drMnng tn engage I A'MAXWELL
American j'orumba ter taught at Dartmouth. )
Mill 'k uffi lent to net a new high record claims the Dardanelles and other I In business under the firtltlou-t" ( (. '
: to 10:30-People Are Funny. nboM. name of '' :reen Turtle Inn. l- la- and Michigan and served as director i

*pr. the. nation. stretches of Turkish territory Recently, Let. Amsterdam Freedom Ring Show-abo-cbs morada Fla., intends with to the register clerkof of social sciences for the'
said fictitious name
Dance Onbestra-mb. i 909 FLEMING STREET KEY WHY ru>M ANEW
Rockefeller Foundation.
In. this connection we point out that extensive, Army, Navy and Air Force 10:45-Strine Serenade-aba Count the>. Circuit J."Iorlda.l'at.d Court of AIonr iI I PHONE titDrapery

t4.. of dollars paid out as dividends UOG-S. Variety. S hrs.- bj> November !*. 1SJS '
e v""'jme manoeuvers were held along the strategic News and Dance Band-abe MRS M l II. SIDERICS.Sole The job of providing Amen-

tIr-.t an accurate picture of the compensa- coast of the Black Sea and Marmora Sea, News. Dane Band t hre.-IBOS .....n..r.no"33f1d..114.11411.. cans with their current diets requires I Comlt"N
11:15-News ft Variety to 1-nbo
the facilities of than
*'n that atockholden recei"e.Ve must with participation of American military 12GO-Danclnc Continued-Abe..tTODA more ji,

IMtt.f v rl,, ek the fact that the buying experts and for the first time, use of ITHB ClnCtlT Jl'IH COURT"11. e'IR'i OF TUBFIKM.NTII ITI 50,000 food processors.

Y'S BIRTHDAYSKnow \ ."\0 FOil MO>HOK <'OI STY. !
pewter. ef the dollar has been affected and modern military equipment received from TATE: OK FIOHIH.. IN tll\- Subscribe To The Citizen.
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blot the of dividends like ( America) (KK 1' -
buying ,
power United States. ra.e >.. 11-M:
MM Mtytaff power of individual incomes, The Turks do not hesitate to point out Prof. Zechariah Chafee, Jr., Joseph\s. atufsell "onard un OR.t Jr..\TIO\

.tieN.ndt upon the prices that one must that they are the "strongest bulwark"against noted born in Harvard Province professor, R. I., 63 of years law Antoinette F.>rrara"ialntiff.Conartl.

-1.. for what he buys. Soviet aggression in the Middle ago.Dr. ORI1FR OF PlRIirVT10\r/cfendant &nsaft tI

Ji M>t an we have pointed out, in con- East and that they are doing all they can Cornell. Edmund University E. Day presidentof born in TO Antoinette: Ferrara Conanl, nally illl i1nJ

lrraliNn with the income of the nation's 1 Chestnutnue.,
to for eventualities. However
prepare Manchester, N. H, 65 years ago. Rose hank.
/stnrns, we ay now, in connection withMvidrml they are not backward in suggesting that William B. Given, Jr., of New Staten Island New York.

cKntributiorw. it i is not the dollar they are being treated rather niggardly York, president of the American You to are the hrrrbv Bill of required Complaint to appear for-
Brake Shoe Co., born in Colum- 1/iiorce In the above styled cause TRUCKS
ttlsisllne that counts. The total sum dis- as far as economic aid is concerned.Just bia, Pa, 62 years ago. on the 2.th day of I..emh..r. A. II

.hiR. ....N Wjr American corporations must (Marshall) Louis M rtins -oi 1'48. otherwise will, !>.. taken the as allegationstherein confessed
Redlands CaL author broad- This order to be published once aweek
.. e..Wered in relation to present
because Thanksgiving Day has for four consecutive weeks' in
caster born in Jackson County,,
... .. eendkkinti and the reduced The Key West Citizen, a newspaper
n buying passed there is no reason why we can'tcontinue M., 63 years ago. published in Key \\-t. Florida. ffl g l .1.1.... ....... ..........
poet of the dollar. to be thankful for our great and Rudolph Friml of Hollywood,', bone aid Ordered. this. 22nd day 'I ifr.:.:......._...,. .
of November, A. I) 1'48 -
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H ill i wi. think to call attention composer-pianist, born in Cze (SEAL) ROSS C \\VYER. .f t St1:41Pi.41. eti4t.. Ii+
we manifold blessings. choslovakia, 64 years ago. Clerk of the Circuit Court 11 '.'. "'., ..f1_.

w the feet that an erroneous impression is James Waterman Wise author of Monroe 'ounty Florida. ; ." .: .i1.i.I. ; .
U> : Kathleen N'ottageIteputx ;.;.. ..;...f' ,. ,
t-in1e44m4i. created by the publication of LABOR ACCEPTS RESPONSIBILITIESThe lecturer, son of New York'sfamous Clerk !
THOMAS S CARO.Solicitor v
eif9ielMd tutal in dollars. Not only must Rabbi born in Portland Cur the Plaintiff.
Oreg., 47 years ago. nov.23-311.de< 14,1948!!.
,.>. dike i IMo consideration the buying two greatest labor organizationsin _.

_.... II f the dollar but we must also the country, the American Federationof I .................

.... the rude that dividends bear to Labor and the Congress of Industrial

ItfslN4aa. aft'4MlRU' involved in the opera Organizations have recently held their I

........fit the. corporation. that pay them. f conventions and perhaps the outstanding I FOR SALE )

.19tr. iN vital If Wt" are to understand the note in the ranks of labor has been the .... .11'-... ssIs. .,.. ......... tr b

.f aalbelal 1 petition of American corpora- clearcut denunciation of Communism and 4 Most easily maneuvered trucks that b..i. =a:;: .
/ wheeled load. ....11......-...........cC .
U.... which play such an important part i the equally determined expression of sup- 4 ever a --

..Ift the ** emlt' structure of the country. port for the foreign policy of the United White No wheel fight when making turnarounds *

-- ..1IiR Hr attention to these facts in States. or parking. The extra leverageyou ___

:.emneiftle. with corpyrute earnings we While it is difficult to judge the tenor want-and plenty of it-thanks toSludebaker's

ereuld& aVo point out that the bookkeep-I of the meetings from the published accounts j NEWSPRINT steering. unique variable ratio

=.... |*nr 'MMHi of many corporations often of what transpired, it seems to he
a Low cab floor saves a lot of II
*iptI the picture .o far as profits are con evident that labor, in insisting upon the .
efn4M1. Many economic aiM are commit- repeal of the Taft-Hartley Act, has not f 500 Sheets *> i if -
jr = New sure-footedness in bad weather-
:1-.1 in connection with I inventories, depre- definitely closed the door considering rt :

.I..N and other devices of artful audi- any amendments that in the words of f 't' Z X i iI the steps are enclosed inside the doors. -:

-a4wrlls... President William Green, of the A. F. of 4 Automatic "hold-open" door stops.

L., may "be desirable." Both conventions 4 A new kind of "lifMhe-hood" access-!

n N.* urif.ftication can be stronger' than give evidence of the fact that labor lead I THE' S: \Ability. Engine and ignition and instrument Sfcoe .'"*o< stylo .... .'rfir ... _

ID. brrn. that direct it. ers are cognizant of their responsibility I panel wiring-or. within, easy. I***d......... ir..... p .ir_ .
arm's reach keif-tea lit tat* ? .
both in regard to the international poli- Artman Press ;\ H.x e.a tkrw.ear.=.=Ire o.-rr.:"__

:: Pampered children who get "every cies of the United States and in connection THE TWINS

:MnR they want develop into adults who with the economy of the domestic CITIZEN BUILDING + PHONE 51 i: GARAGE;

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Good I
I 1937 Ford 2-door '
sedan. Small hotel in downtown Key and light, housekeeping
condition. $300.00. 536 White West Fla., contains 8 large rooms $5 to $15 per week 411
Street dec4-4tx rooms with 5 baths and two, William Street nuvn.ltx

apartments. All in perfect
,- 1946 Ford de luxe "8" convertible. condition. Large lot and good
Room with bath $.'.00
New tires, new battery, all accessories money maker. Must disposeon private
per week. 1211 Florida Street
Phone 465. account of health. Box 532,
I d<<1-ltx
dec43t Key West Florida..
(JP) Wirephoto decl-tf
1940 Ford panel truck excellent Large room twin beds. dare in.
END LEON HART of Noire Dame (arrow), figh ts his way past a group of Southern California condition. $675. Apply 1415 I FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD Men only. Reasonable rate.
players as he crosses the Trojan 25-yard line and heads for a touchdown at Los Angeles. He Pine Street dec6-6tx FURNITURE fc APPLIANCESRadio Phone 1379. dec7U

took a pass from Quarterback Frank Tripucka on a play good for 45 yards'and a score. Halfback

Bill Gay (22). of Notre Dame. is blocking Halfback Jay Roundy (32) out of the play. No. 80 is 1936 Buick sedan. Bargain good REPAIRS-RADIOS
USC End Oliver Fletcher. No. 18 for Notre Dame is Guard Frank Johnson. The hard pressed tires. Quick sale, $100. 1502 Grunow console $35; studio -

Irish came from behind in the final minute to tie Southern Cal 14-14 in a near-upset battle played South Street, Phone 108-R. couch. $10; roll-away bed. Radio while-U-wait Low
almost new, $20. 51-1 Poinci- repairs
before 100.571 fans. dec62txFor ana. dec4-3tx standard prices by catalog 14

years radio in manufacturing
Sale-1941 Buick sedan. In
plants.. 11 1C Whitehead
BAMA BACK GOES OVER TilE TOP TO GAIN AGAINST AUBURN. excellent condition. New rubber FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE Street nov30-2U:

__ ____ ___ .. I II New paint job. Sonomaticradio.
'- 9'"Y- -7r ::;sv eeP. &: Spotlight, fog lights.I Stock Island, over 400 ft oceanfront -
$1095. 223-A Poinciana, after Bargain. Must be soldat GARDEN AND LAWN

5 P.M. Telephone 1337-W. I once. Mr Kitty, c/o Citizen SUPPLIES
w dec6-3tx decl-tf

Pottery suitable for Urge garden
1946 Chevrolet, convertible FOR SALE-BUSINESS I I plants. Also peat moM Key
coupe, excellent condition $1- PLACES West Garden and Lawn Sup

600. Paul's Apartments, Apt ply Co. 914 Fleming St. Phone
No. 16, 1129 Fleming Street
1019. dcc4-tf
Island City Book and Soda Shop.
License stock, equipment inventory
merchandise signs,
1941 Ford convertible club
lease, etc. Living quarters 2-
good condition. 1317
lease, low rent Make
year an
Street or call 262-F. coupe'l Lowe's Boat Rental Servic
offer. Located 222 DuvaL
New Mercury outboard motor
Owner has other interests.
and Ramsey plywood boats aryl
Business closed today for
inventory -
1942 Chevrolet radio good rowboats. Vmt Stock Island
Call 432-W 9150.
new paint job. Apply today and fish your worries
tires'l Terms to right party. Business
Fleming St away.
has been grossing $50.00 and
up a day. dec6-3t
1939 Plymouth coach good tires,I FOR RENTSTORESLarge
good condition throughout Call .
1445-M or 425 Francis Street store. 218 Simonton. 13x60.
*" dec7-3t 1 Reasonable Phone 682. ask for
gum turpentine.. $1.20 gal- H,.. dert-tf
FOR SALE-BOATS AND 1 lon. Battleship gray porch and
MARINE MOTORS deck paint $4.50 gallon. Mc- HELP WANTED-
Killip Hardware. 602 Francis MALE OR FEMALE

------- Gray marine engines and service Street. Phone 1483. dec6-3t

(rP) Wirephoto C. R. Smith opposite Firestone Beautician all-around operator
Station Marathon. decl-lmo FOR SALEBICYCLESLady's Steady employment Martin's
I ""TIED" NOONAN. Alabama fullback goes over the pile to mark up an eight-yard gain against Hair Stylist 921 Truman Avenue
Auburn at Birmingham. Ala. 46.000 fans saw Alabama win an overwhelming 55 to 0 victory in 13' -foot cypress skiff. New bottom bicycle, balloon tires $15. dec6-3tx

a renewal of gridiron relations after a 41-year lapse. It was Auburn's worst defeat since 1917. freshly painted. Call at 1305 Elizabeth Street
1020 White St, after 5 dec6-3tx P.M. dec7-ltx FOR LEASE-HOUSES

Key West Basketball Team I Clowns{( Leading Thirty-three foot Diesel cruiser. FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Two-bedroom home. New de and luxe really waterfront exclusive

Fully found. Inquire Howard Furnished 4-room apartment $1100.00 for season. Ideal

I Senior Bond, yacht-broker Miami. Utilities furnished. $25.00 weekly location. references required
Loses In Overtime Period In Game League
dec7.9-I l-3tx Sea Isle Apartments, 915 Boat dockings at your duur
Windsor Lane. decl-tf Nothing like this h.as'n of.
Standing in the senior baseball FOR SALEHOUSESAND feted Call 432-W or 45*.
With Redland High Quintet II league Up to and including games LOTS Furnished apartment 3 rooms and dcr4.;3t
played Sunday, Dec. 5, 1948. .
bath. Maid and janitor serv-
Key West Basketball team began -; Clubs- won lost ave. Guest house, 2 blocks from new WANTED TO BUY I II
linens and utilities furnished
ices -
preparations for its first | K. W. Clowns m 52 .710 beach 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, Summer Coral
asictballYill) Red Raiders __.. 4 3 .568 apartment for owner completely rates. Wanted-Window blind 32x83.
home of the
game season today, Hotel Apartments, opposite Post
A. Bombers 'm 3 4 .426 furnished, electric kitchen. Phone 1451-J. after 5:00
after dropping an overtime period Am. Legion __- 2 5 .283 Good income. Must be sold Office. nov9-26tx I I deco: -6txMISCELLANEOUS I

game to Redlands Friday Start TonightAt at once. Real sacrifice. Terms.! .
night. Key West boys led the entire Sunday the first game will be By owner 1328 White Street. Modern furnished efficiency and I I I

game only to see the score between the Red Raiders and the dec2-tf bedroom apartments. Yearly or
tied in the final seconds of the School Cym American Legion and the nightcap I season rental. Pine Plaza I Washers irons, vacuums and I
game Redlands scored the only I between the Bombers and Waterfront home. 2 bedrooms, 2 1301 Truman Ave. nov30 fans repaired. O'Briant Phone

baket in the overtime period to i I Island City Basketball Leagueto I the Clowns. I baths, furnished. Must be sold 1164-M. novWjIZtt
take the game. I start tonight for the 1948-49 If the Legion wins and the at once. Cheap. Owner, 1328 Apartments. Electric kitchen.I! I
Box Score: FG F I Bombers, the Raiders and Bomb- White Street. dec3-tf Per day or season. 909 Eliza- Picture framing. pictures framed
Oropeza --. ... 6 1-3 T'tl.1 season. i ers will tie for second place half beth Street. dec6-tf and matted. DiNegro's.: 614
Castillo -_un m__.. 056 9 The first game will start at 7 game from first. But if Raiders Furnished house. $12.000 cash.J Francis. Phone 1197.M. I
Herrick .. .._ 000 0 p. m. will bring together the Jun- I win and Clowns lose the Raiders 3490 Avenue '". dec7-4tx Furnished apartment 3 rooms and dei4.23tx
Busto __ .___.__ 1 0-0 2 ior Varsity and the Elks Club. I and Clowns will tie for first I II bath. Maid and janitor serv- I
Cerezo _. _.__.:. 224 6 In the second the Bob'sSport j place. If Legion win there will be FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS ices, linens and utilities furnished STORAGE
Watson ..._____ 1 1-1 3 Shop game i two games, from first The league I I Coral Hotel Apart-
will play the Pol- I' is hot and ments, Post Office. i
-I getting anything can White enamel, $2.75. Outside opposite Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture
12 9-14 I lock's Jewels. This will be a I happen. white paint $2.75 and $3.75 per I dec7-2lt or commerciaL Phone 798

Redlands thriller for the last time the I gallon up. 50-ft 4i 2": garden decl.tf
Box Score FG F. T'tl. Bob's won over the Jewels in the Your hose, $3.95. Doherty & Co., 846 1 FOR RENT-HOTEL ROOMS
Mosely .._.-.__...: 2 1-2 5 last minute of Horoscope Olivia. Phone 1597. decl-tf -- LOSTIn
Friar ._._...___ 012 1 the last play, authoughthis Dverseas Hotel, low rates. Cof-
Macky __...---._,-_ 112 3 played was it proved practice that all game the TUESDAY DECEMBER 7, 1948 Bundles of old newspapers at 1- fee shop, bar. decl-Imo downtown Key West fifty

Hooker __ _____ 6 2-2 14 clubs are in the best of condition.In -Today's native is too fond of sent each bundle. Inquire at I dollar bill. Finder please rail i;
Sprankle _n_ _. n_ 5 1-5 11 I the last at 9 the 'j sensation and may become quite The Citizen Office. nO'l..20-tf FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND 1137-W. Reward dt'CfS.2tx t
game m.
Mosdy. c ____n__ .__ 0 1-1' i Beachcombers will tackle p. the reckless in the pursuit of I ROOMS !

Billies Drive-In This will be a I pleasure. There is indication of HOME DECORATORS I FOR SALE-PROMISSARY
14 7-13 35 I good game for the Drive-In boys some success in early life but A large new shipment of fabrics:, The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming NOTES
Johny Cerezo was outstandingdeCcnsi.ely have strengthened and will be a the latter days seem cloudy. at CAROLINE SHOP! A variety -' Street, has an efficiency apt. I
for the Conchs, while club to look out for, a black horseof Great care should be taken to set of large and small patterns and several bleeping rooms vacant Notes Castillo played a good all-round the race. the mind in a steady groove, to stripes and solid colors. Low weekly or monthly man PrebS. Citizen Bldg. Phone

game For Redlands Hooker, avoid as far as possible, these I All are exceptional values, rates. dec7-tf .51...:. __ augl-tf:. I
giant center, the I -- -- -
was untopable adverse conditions.
TODAY'SANNI1'ERS.1IUES I many at $1.25 per yard. I -
second half scoring 12 points on dec2-6t .. ,
rebounds.On FOR
Friday the Conches will (Know Ar-enca) t Noma bubble lites. Complete set.' For QUALITY FLOORS, If
meet the Alumno doubleheader .
in a -
1808 Small guest cottage suitable for $3.00. General Electric series I
with the -Hugh McCulloch, Indi-
girls varsity one person or two employed. htes. $1.19. Poor Old Craig,
playing the old grads the first ana banker, secretary of the Inlaid Linoleum
in .
treasury under Lincoln Light housekeeping, hot water.I 1019 White Street dec6-6tx i
game beginning at 7:15, and the electric refrigerator. No chil- 1
varsity boys taking on the alumni Johnson born Kennebunk, Me. I
buys in the second game. Died May 24, 1895.1827Horace dren. Rent $65. Call 105-1-1\1.! Wheelchair (adjustable). Brand Kentile
Boies, Iowa's dec7-ltx new. Very reasonable. Apply I

noted governor, born Eric Co., 529 Elizabeth Street Tile
Apply To Wed N. Y. Died April 4, 1923. REPAIRSREFRIGERATIONImmediate dec7-3tx I II Asphalt

1850Solomon Schechter, I
An application for a marriage noted scholar-president of the service, domestic or I See our Xmas specials of tropical New Color and Pattern for Krery Roomin
license was filed yesterday in the Jewish Theological Seminary, I commercial Holbrook Refrigeration fish aquatic plants and I the Haute
office of County Judge Raymond New York born in Rumania. II Service, Phone 724-W. aquariums at 1831 First Street.I
R. Lord by George S. Font 19, Died Nov. 15, 1915.1863Richard dec7-6tx dec7-4tx SUNK COVERING OUR SPECIALTY t

of 821 Sawyer lane and Mary I W. Sears, dynamic ..
Elizabeth Lones, 16, of 1015 promoter, whose mail order BOOKS AND ART SUPPLIES Designs for letterheads, menu I u.- FREE ESTIMATES ., !
Packer street business with watch maker- I cards, personal stationery, distinctive -
I partner Roebuck, became one of Books Books Books I signs for homes and I Key West Floor Covering Co. ;

William A. Irvin onetime the world's largest. born at Art Supplies Art Supplies i i businesses. Marhall Studio in

president of U. S Steel, born in I I Stewartville, Minn. Died Sept. I Bookshop. Cor. Simonton & Eaton II Telegraph Lane. 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Stub PHONE 14S4.c f fi
Indiana. Pa, 75 years ago. < 28, 1914 i dec2-tues-thurs-sat-1 dec:9-ll-3tx i ;:
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Robinson Gets
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1MB Rebmson. a destroyer STOCKHOLM-OP)-A demonstrator at the Swedish Textile
t. w., arrived in Key West thisvtortMtm t' : Research Institute a-t Goeteborg civil engineer Joel Lindborg has
tress I e invented a new method to wash raw wooL which is_ claimed: to_ h.
Norfolk Va.
far better than the older meth-t,Jr--
ffvy Y.r4 where aM had under-
....> a t.ner.1 overhaul for the ,. ods.Hitherto
UH tMoscow.. R......t.... the washing has beena Rabbit JumpsTo
f" damaging process. The wool
felted easily in the strong lye and
I t that made the following carding Menu .
|difficult and hard on the fibres.
r M 'After washing with the new
Plants Trees it M F method the carding machines can TAUNTON England--<.. ')-A
2 .work 30-40 per cent faster than
I wild hare made a frantic jumpin
MOACOW .ui-> -During the before and with better results I, the direction
MrtMM m Ms...w there were ,The fibres can be kept 20 to 25 wrong when
startled out of a brush fcere. It
per cent greater in length.
ptaM4 m die city's main streets
lw. iMMfcvd. sixty three thou !1'i Another gain by the new meth- landed in the arms of Jack Summers
Mid Wes gad Mte million four od is that it makes it easier to I proprietor of the Garden
h..*rn< thamand shrubs. This I extract valuable materials from. ers' Arms HoteL Added starter
i* >eI1 ul the campaign to make ve Ii the lye. Every ton of raw wool I on the menu of the Gardeners
MM SWM4 re fMt l in the future i 1 gives now 100 kilograms or more
.... of high lanolin I I Arms-hare.
<*t chi crMt cities in the JP) Wirephoto quantity whichis
wurM with trees lining every i used for cosmetics and pharmaceutical -
....... I Mail
HERE ARE SEVEN OF THE 10 BEAUTIES competing for the title of Orange Bowl queen at Miami preparations. The Citizen to Relatives
: But the raw wool is not only I ,
Fla. They are posing in the sand at Miami Beach. Left to right: Patricia Simmons. Mary "i fat, it is also salty from the
I method will make the whole im-
The WeathertOKKCAST Mary Chabot. Olga Petersen. Corine Gustafson. Barbara Parrotl. Betty Wagner and Brenda :sweat of the sheep, and from this I II
I saltiness be port of lanolin unnecessary as
Parkinson. Whoever is chosen queen will be the main feminine attraction at the Orange Bowl I[I can extracted pot-
I ash. Sweden imports both potash long as the import of raw woolis
football matching Georgia and Texas New Year's Day.
Key Wwt aid Vicinity Con- game ]I and lanolin. The new wash I as large as now.
....*.. fair wetter thru Wed- ----- ----
MMtay UcMlv to moderate easterly -
wMHfc.flat .
Mb OcrMtorwtl light rain
ewe tnim itarlhtart portion
.tw HIM morning, otherwise
....... to partly cloudy weather
..... 1l.s..ns.i.y. Slightly cooler MAYBE YOU'RE MISSING SOMETHING-
-- au1A Pumas tday.Jrein.wtklr .
thru the Florida .
1Mrada; CUmW to NM d ..... -...b ........, winds today
'-- ......- nlutheasterlyw'da..d.y
Clew to partly : .
......, weather.ttwl :
0.11: stile to moderate
..c/aii.. eteuslty __erly winds Your old
...... he.ras., aaodeeate.. south- car .
eat r traM wneele. ut-ntionally
__ war .ets.ewe north por-
Iwh Wcrirwday. Partly cloudy
It* MWtN emit wr storm warn- .
taja bare beers ie.red.tu'ron .

r is probably wOrth
iGY w..t FU-. Dec 1, 1943
tcJILltt' r tMLfl'a at City Office
.eM Temperatures...... EST) .

FARM _"' _____ 82
I..t .... IIiPt 74 '
Mess ....--- 78

'A4.l Ne.asi.... I.Precipitation....... _.00-.71 ins.. more than think
lhNkesy1,byt tiro! MMNMhtfcw month .00.33 ins.inc.rhtrf IOU ,

"- ... ytw; 46.12 ins.
11MIw.... yNMr 931 inJ. "4'
Relative Humklily.
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-. .(Sea 4A Level....-)10180. *M mbb..... LET YOUR KAISER-FRAZER DEALER MAKE YOU AN OFFER, TODAY

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T.-.n.11......n Standard Time) Your Kaiser-Frazer Dealer

-_ IM High.m 9:43 Low am.41ipm can

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< "ADDITIONAL"e.Bfe Station TIDE Key DATA West)
Time ell Height of deliver NOW!

fun S..tleaTId.** Ho ta [Ihlgh water you a new' car .

M1-Me-ibraig.Oh 10m 0.0 ft

.M.. end) +2h 20m

-c_0.1111'J'H. Chka CMnnel'faartb t-oh40m : Production Records are still being shattered at Willow Run

end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft. .
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NOTE: if. i tt

-)Minus be sign cubtracted.: Correctionsto KAISER-FRAZER BUILDS A NEW CAR EVERY 45 SECONDS ". .

(f)-Plus sign: Corrections to
be added I

That's why your Kaiser-Frazer Dealer

S' .- can give you a foil trade-in value Howl

No matter what you've been offered for your presentcar

HOW ..tncj fAVlllTi your nearest Kaiser-Frazer dealer would like to tell I j

you what he thinks it's worth. It could be much more j

itiJijYEAR: than you think. e
And while you're about it, see and drive the 1949 1 0

KAISER or FRAZER. Power to spare, with many a long
mile between gallons. Room for yourself and your fivebet 1

c... friends. Style and luxury that make the KAISER

1P i.. and FRAZER the most copied cars in America. A ride that '

'ors........ smooths the bumps and hugs the road at any speed. '

---= WMUUI. Before you decide on any used car, bring in the $50.00 '

SWP HOUSE PAINT coupon and find out easily-and without obligation-
now runt rasH ivuThiics
\ are mhiter..eolor what your present car will bring. cuuPo?,
nor beautiful Honest him t rAXLD,
thickness with smoother, I I Or otirrCILy
plus icr iurfwre.SWP keeps look ace

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thn 1Thompson

Enterprises, I Inc. E. E. Price Motors, Distributor V-M MotorsVhidden Motor Sales, Inc. Gautier Motor Sales Lawson Motor
Hardware Division 1785 S.W. 8th St. Miami. Fla. Hollywood. Florida Coral Gables. Fla.Lowy's Homestead. Florida Delay Beach. Fla. I

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HMM4444MMiiuuauimUiUlWliiUU4lILUUUluiSOCIETY .................SS.SSSPeople's .
MOVIE MAGNATE: AND IllS BRIDE I Religious Dickson Of Beachcombers Tells
1 1r
Forum I
NEWS Film Showing Gold Wfdtliam: Watch That Soon----1: I I

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NIftA LESLIE CULEY Tonight TW rittsta wclea-e> .lave* To Be Given To President !
The Citizen Office .!... at the Si.,,. It* rradrwm. I
Iloncs.) = .
; but Ike etfitar '* tharum
Rezidence2.XJCltsdyen Tonight at 800: o'clock St, .<. 4.l.t. aar II... whWmr Mr. R- C. Dickson. owner of'the fo.aee2= ..
LJ-" I I Mary SUr of the Sea Church -* *..... lihclaaa .ar uw.aa..- I I.111. Beachcomber Jewelry Store' ,... of ......... W.... Iaheady
DllnnUWIUIJUJIllUIlIWWUIUUllJJ1IUJWllllnIlIIlUWWl! : *aair4Ik writer ( .
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u ill the fair raaflae letters has 'just received information -
present motion 614 Duval
/ R. Schnls I picture i ward*. .. Became Bride ; "Christ the King" at the Parish ........ aaarr ealy.. >toMt.ra tkrletter af from reliabte source WIMda ,........ liar ..
writers aia t aaaiMaaar Pl"e6idenltan7 S. Truman I
()It Center. ..*. witS k* a..MUk.4 a.- that with lbs. .. of S now --
Ensign Dongald S. McCormick, This film is reverent and I leaa rea.matr atkerwlae.CHINESE will soon be watch presented that M DOW avery I W. ... Wnthno .. ......
I unusual .
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and bess
U.S.Xn Lovely deals with the SITUATIONEditor being made ready for tem bjr, ..
I .
Ceremony :
Saturday Agony, Death and Resurrectionof Watch Company of
The'Citizen: I -. USI .... ...,
.In a hwMtUfol dnuMe-nng certajMy. pilot and friend Our LordAdmission. Waltham Massachusetts.This ... of ..
of the groom, to the showing is Ever since the publication by watch has a 21 Jw"l .
Otadytv R. Schulz. of whfte Lt. Earl Moore U.SN and entirely free and the" Church Bret Harte of the discovery that movement and IS cased and aetanR.. ........

.......... w... |..t Saturday. be- Lt. L. C. Brown, U. S. N. actedas I cordially invites the public to "The Heathen Chinee is peculiar"we Waltham 14K gold. All of the wncvta hew s.sWd.. byAe

fame tfc. tirtd of Ensign Douf ushers. I come and view this splendid have to admit that wily na in and other important parts of the .. wowh _
Following the marriage, a reception picture. tion's ability' to run rings aroundour been made 01 jg.. ...., 1. y.' 4U
.. MKWmtrk. U.S.N. of was held for the couple at I best soothsayers. Only an movement have I ,. Dmb.di. ... .... .....
,U.n- ieiti T. N. C. The ntes took. the Ae,ropalms Seaplane Base adept in the 'practice of the told which makes this waten v M 4:M in the Chpl the Mrs. and certainly a very
at Officers Club, where there was athreetit I, Gnley "squeeze. could have developed unique pIQ .. o.r.-- ..
S..4 **** i. with Chaplain C. .
Gb i4S1 >r wedding cake adorning I t I the system of enriching its gen- costly one.Waltham haa a very ho '.-M'-iS' 4"Sered -
\ toMbg officiating. Watch Company
the bride's table. iI PostponesJourney I er U by securing arms and ammunition :33 WaIthanierturli
t The hnde w.4 given away by Mrs. McCormick s Uncle created this watch for .psrertation .. t.
from -
is a graduateof I a trusting hit"t .uo.t o
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k MI the chapel that had to the President to tomnwaorate -
Luther Nurses them to the
Hospital Schoolin Sam and selling nation's -
'I,. ....-MM 1 for the occasion Eau rtPi I the production 01 ita tt.. factory'tI'
Claire. Wis. She has serv- communistic enemy. ( ....
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iladwlas and ed with the Navy NUrse Nina Leslie editor little informationto I ------- -
... nowm. Corps, Guley, society :: So, having as ------- ----- ------ ...
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and is at present employed byi, of the Citizen and wife of Joseph go on as the rest of the shapersof ,V vvw w wvv w ww
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w re acharming wedding Dr. Herman K. Moore local U.S.N had I ,venture
a Stephen Guley, public opinion he1 I
..... ."f a4man-e. .)orcd cham- ,
physician. j expected to leave this week for forecast that the Chinese situation lIit
** .- >.... with underskirt I I I
r Ensign McCormick attended : San Diego Calif., to join her husband js as bad as it can be and Of u3/c ir/
fa* > huq1fta length and which North Caroline State College and ( ) Wirephoto I that it will steadily get worse. *

t had bn. ike... puwted over thewfot I Duke University. He is now stationed However, she has 'just learned The principol deterioration that *.*.>*.>***a>**.*
B. MAYER. 63
: rUr Junet I 'year old film magnate. and Mrs. Lorena
cap had aahuMUtr.length with the Fleet All Weather that Mr. Guley will be stationedin could possibly happen, would be Tonight : Word .has he- iMII < ..i
veiL Danker are shown recently at Ciro's. a Hollywood night club
She car- Training Unit at Naval Air the far Pacific area for an indefinite for us to back the present losers. announced tna. < Mr* "a ow Mr Mat
fed a yetUw orchid, and wore Station Boca Chica. one of the many occasions on which he has squired the widowof period and so she will :I An army the "volunteers" for It has been I ..... *n a ta.MBl M
ata. a Mn..waRd of pearls' radio producer.: Danny Danker. The couple was married Sat rehearsals for "The* --. 0ChalkrS .
Following the reception, Mr. I remain in Key West until such which are led up to the induction .-. .. -..
z flHB W vMff VltvVffUflffn.MM I and Mrs. McCormick left for-Nas- urday morning at Yuma. Arizona. by Justice of the Peace: R. H. time as she can either join him post with halters around their which will,. be prwentorf tfcat .tarn ftak rd>9 Dar *. ..*.
VmeMn 1. Reber. sau, Bahamas on their honeymoon Lutes in the office of Sheriff J. A. Beard amid a lively pursuitby in California or he returns home. necks, can hardly be expected to season by the Key Ww buss .d R........

WXianMint. w-* lanndertin and upon their return will reporters and photographers. Mayer. who is heed of Metro- I risk their lives with any enthusiasm Group will in the future b* MIll 1 I *... .....Ol _

tf ... annte atjrte a. the br de's reside at 1010 Von Phister street I Goldwyn.Mayer studios. was divorced from his first wife. Mar Calendar Of for the perpetuation of a on Tuesday evemnga at the PInt ,o .tetara -**. ...... I
...... ... wh Methodist (Stone) Chore Sun. :#
matching Juliet ,
here. garet. recently after 42 years of marriage.. land system that allows its ten- ,i We*. grl wn. .... ...
.1 .>. and MM+ta, and carried a lav- ; Out-of-town guests present at I ant farmers one-seventh of the onton and Eaton stre4a. at 7:M .I .S now in.akI.. .... ___
....... ------ Coming Events Rehearsals have hvtoiore
i the wedding included Mr. and crop for their share. .......
If of the bride wore Mrs. Edward Karsten, of Madison If I was appointed to sdect a been held on Sunday afternoon I. _
I West
0 lV EIer, ..wf with bUck 1 I I Program Of Concert By Key TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7th- circumstancescould There will be a full rena raal .
Wis; Mr. and Mrs. Dougald man who in no Dr Wa>,w L TeI ..... ..
t srKaim a renege. of pink I Stewart McCormick Sr. of Regular meeting Key West be tainted with the heresyof tonight. it will' be noted I I of the' .......il 4 La* W......
.... the groom* I"Sand hills." Manchester N. C.; I high School Band9 Community; Band Woman's Club. 3:30: p. m. at communism my selection ''k'in. Vnies'1', L...... ....
Woman's Clubhouse Du-
i :... Week crepe Miss Rachel McCormick, University on I would be a farmer, owning ten Rev. Frederick! Cook "
t. an r I. f'- and a of North Carolina Women's To Be Held Friday Evening This Week val street. I I acres two mules and four boysin I ? 1.-
tfKMP of w.Mav ror-I I Motion Picture "Christ the school and owned in turn by -
0anAuTMI College Raleigh, N. C., antf Mr. ; JT'elF Ie Goes
K Ua. The for the which Major Dillon was a mem- King Parish Center, 1021 wife.
S MMt wa* John and Mrs. James Fulton Starling, program concert by I a capable American I
Duval Sponsored 1- c..... .utttf w.,
street 8pm
f i 1....bx M' MMMM. an ex.Navy of Lumberton, N. CAndubon the Key West High School Band ber I by St. Mary Star of the- I And if it became necessary to To Havana

I Atlantis The Lost Continent- :select four candidates for com YORKWASHINGTON
-- ---- --- ---- --- I and Community Band to be held I Sea Church. No admission
l muiusm, I would consider the Among the passengers on yes'terday's I
To Show Nature Friday evening, December 10, at,' From the story of a continent charge. Public invited. possibility that if these four boys Aerovias "Q" S. A. piano
800*: o'clock, in the High School mentioned in Plato's history, Special Meeting, Junior Woman's -I left the farm acquired an education for Havana was the distinguished>> I

Filing; 1'" School/ Children; Meeting Auditorium, has just been made I lantic which Ocean extended from across Europe the At-to man's Club Clubhouse 8 p. m.on at Duval Wo- with, their found wives themselves and children living in' Caroll Rev. Frederick University Wrtfle Cleveland.of John 0 I '

public. I
street. All members

And' Showing; Thursday At PoincianaMt program ProgramThe will be as follows -Ii j been America.the home It is believed of a great to have ra'-e Full be present.Rehearsal "The Messiah urged to."i ing filthy wages, crowded inadequate tenements to provide earn ma Other Perez travelers Ofelia Johnson.included Yvonne Nur II I .1 c.U......

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decent shelters for their families Johnson Thomas ,
A a of 1U educationalHi Monroe County Audubon Society I : I which conquered the civilized Key West Choral Group, 7:30 and breed to view dazzling Marjorie McKermea Robert Eden !.a _
........ Mnrue County Au- is actively engaged in preparing. The Star Spangled Banner. world. The Azore Islands are P,M, First Methodist (Stone) spending all about them; then I Sara Gonzalez Maria M ;. ... March, 2nd Field Artillery I considered to be the tops of its>> Church Simonton and Eaton
.. Bnmty h arranged fur would consider that these men Stanley Kubli. Albert J Lincl
for the opening event of the Audubon I lofty mountains and are all that .
Brigade, C. DillonTranscription Streets. pm 1' 't" 'W 'St' 5
fee tkmwt U three Audubon Helen
** I might strike out in blind rage at Christopher Kane Mrs
Mtwe..... .. school children Screen Tours which begins I Old Folks At now remains above water. Regular Meeting Harris School intolerable conditions and be Hinxman and her two children.

4 .4 Mimes here Uu week StuN en Friday the 17th of December Home (In Foreign Lands), Rob-''I Genius Loci-A transcriptionby P.-T. A., 8:00: P.M.. School willing to believe any promise of Jeffery and Camma Hinxrrion.

K. ..%....... .kM.! society Pres at Key West High I erts.The Earl Dillon of a string quartetby Auditorium. Special Christ- any change Ann Boegholt. Lynn Dwrer Harold

....... MM ....." School The well known natur- I| President's Favorite, The' Carl Thern. Arranged for: mas Program. Oh, well, the problem is easy R. Tobias and Barbara To

,.. film m Audubon Nature alist, writer and lecturer, Roger I I Missouri Waltz, Logan ten saxophones. Regular Meeting, Key West I lof solution. Just throw the whole bias.
Camp MI ......" show nature ;Tory Peterson of the National i March Bells and Chimes, Cuy-I Band Roster Assembly No. 13. Older [mess into a receivetrship. You

........ ....."in* living plants. Audubon Society will open the I ler Leonard. The roster of the Key Wc\4: Rainbow for Girls 7:30 P.M.,t!I know what that did to the F.E.C. Read the Classified Ads in The Ca1IO$4ts5seda5SI ,

.....TL&k eM ..... in a variety gfaetWIII series of five Screen Tours with Saxophone Choir Genius Loci, High School Band is as follows:;; ...cottish Rite Temple. Degrees -t I R. R. extension. Plant the present Citizen. -a
.. l .Iio4.t4Ma. whije! the White t his excellent talk on "The Riddle C. Them. Maj.Baj.sden---JIirl-B Dillon John t -*Dronr Director-Major*'Major John Earl Dillon Dillon.** a.. to be .Itw.cL1POI![traitors deeply ,Advertise that .svwv-. .ww.w..www.w..w. .-.-.-.-.-. .-. .-. .-. .-.-.-._.I.r..ww.-. -. .-.- -.-.- .- ----.-..v.- .
.,.ParaI.", Florida Crane, of Migration." He will show motion Borges Joan : t- six candidates. t I the way to get ten acres in fee

Aa Il14 Sad. Burrowing Owl will I pictures taken by himself ler, Stephen Trevor, Ramon I Majorettes-Anne Yates. Edna WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 8- I simple is to join the army thatI ---- -

.. ..... m the film entitledCaracarvs and discuss many interesting and Cole. James Sheppard Gary Romaguera Marjorie Fields and Meeting Jr.-Sr. High School will provide a government mod- 1T'U' "jill
"Oa.pa.p.g. tq. and entertaining things about bird Thompson. Everett Rivas and Anita Esperdy. P.-T. A., 8:00: P.M. High I! elled on the American Declara- GRUOtSl" ( CHBISIHIS_Cf

.......," The' third film. in cola migration. This should be of Frank Young.Intermission.. I Flutes-Grace Fernandez and School] Auditorium. Christ I tion of Independence. ', .

-. ****.*, "ISharp special interest to residents of Jacob Hemingway. mas Program with Rev., The only trouble is that I do OFAU..WALTIIA1

...... .Is which two boys have Key West and to winter visitors, March. Invercargill. Lithgow. I Clarinets Ed Overlin, Ed James MacConnell giving not know how to go about cranking -

.S.ka.g adventure as they since Key West is situated on the Selection The Singing Girl,: Steen. Colleen Moore Joan Bais Message. Members and the motor.I .

.. .. bir. ad animals in the great Eastern Flyway of the Herbert : den Laurell Walker, June Yates, friends invited to attend. I But one thing is certain, we

.4.d-s The Society hopes I birds from the far north to South Suite in 4 Parts Atlantis. Sa' Barbara Adams Eugene Roberts, Regular meeting Hospital will not get anywhere by grub

.. LeImd. *her .*...*.... films tow I America. Mr. Peteibon will franek. 1. Nocturne and Morning -;, Frank Roberts, Charles Taylor. Auxiliary 4:00: P.M., Monroe staking Mme. Chiang Kai-Shek's

.... .4 late or three more speak elementary school students -I Hymn of Praise; 2. A Court Camille Walterson and Edward County Hospital. I kept husband. That is one gen-

..... *tr..< the school season.Metn I at two in the afternoon and I Function: 3. Duet, I Love Thee Sheppard. Bingo Party sponsored by eral who will "die in bed," if hislEtfs

....., and the pubuppurtunity to adults at eight in the evening.In I (the Prince and Aana); 4. The Alto Sax-John Barges Jimmy Navy Wives Club No. 88. hold out.STEPHEN.

a. .. ..... aft to discussing Mr. Petersons Destruction of Atlantis. i Butler and Stephen Trevor. South Beach Restaurant Patio j C. SINGLETON.

N'. *SSS llMM.ng motion pic- coming. Mr. Whiting pointed out I March. Pan American, K. King.i Tenor Sax-Ramon Cole and 8 p. m. Public invited t I Miami Fla.,
.... .... iWy are thow n in the that his talk is devised to be of Program Notes James Sheppard. Weekly meeting Navy Wives Dec. 3. 1948Rainbow.
.. ***Mi ol the Poinciana general interest and entertain- Program notes which will be j jI Baritone Sax-Gary Thompson Club No. 88. 2 p. m. NCCS. ,

a..... TtMiraday. night Albert ment to persons of all ages and I of great interest to music-lovers,'I and Everett R. Rivas. Meeting, Study Group of Poin-i: ; Order

ca.:: .,'. fIruk..t. of Poinciana backgrounds. Seasonal Screen I include: I I Bass Drums--Virginia Russell ciana P.-T. A., followed by

..... .... ..M1MUIIIy invited the Tour Memberships which entitle -I March, 2nd Field Artillery and John McKillip. Room Mothers Meeting. 1:00:

....... .. ....I 14a business that the member to all five of Brigade-A composition by Bandmaster I Bass Sax-Frank Young. P.M.. Poinciana School Auditorium Meets Tonight I

.-c ssr the thawing of the these outstanding events to be I Carl Dillon. twin brother Pnrnpfs_..._--Jackne___n.__ Drudee-: Stanley of
I I Tonight the regular meeting
.... held during the winter season, i of Dnector Earl Dillon. Carl was Baibden. George Cathey, Harry THURSDAY, DECEMBER !9th I the West Assembly No. 13, 4
.. ........ to bringing these may be had from any member of f! director of the 17th Field Artil- I If 'I Carey, Sergio :Milian, Don Meeting, and Showing of Films,, Order of Rainbow for Girls, will UM.'d.sIsI'

__ ....e.... to Key West the the Audubon Society. I lerv Band 2nd Division, in World i! Spell Tuny Barrera and Charles Audubon Society. 7:30 P.M..' : be held at 7:30: p. m. at the Scottish -

-. -- War IOld. i I Miller. at Poinciana School Audi- Rite Temple, during which
Folks At Home-The fa :I, Altos-Marlene Park, Nellie torium. meeting degrees will be conferred .

Several Outstanding Acts Of mous Stephen Foster melody Diaz and Gail Curry. Sewing group. Hospital Auxiliary upon six candidates

transcribed in the musical idiom I I Baritone-Yvonne McCardle. 2 p. m., Monroe County" j On Friday of this week the,

follies Of 19IT Outlined with characteristics harmonicand I! Trombones-Audrey Roberson Hospital. I. Assembly 13, Order of Rainbow
; rhythmic peculiarities of sev- Tom Cornell, Gilbert. Adams and Regular meeting, Key West for Girls wil, be the guests of

en European countries: France. I I Paul Braun. Garden Club, 8pm., Wom Fern Chapter No. 21. Order Eastern .
Presentation Two Next Week
Nights Scotland. Spain. Germany, Ire' Ba3Ses--Jay G. Higgs Adolph an's Clubhouse on Duval, Star. also at the Scottish Rite zw pu,,

land, Italy and Hungary. Alcala and Bill Neblitt. street. Temple. Lvv DlSS
7IIMMr* will be several outstand-1 The -oriental number will feature Bells and Chimes-The last :I Bell Lyras-Elsie Thompson, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10th- I -- ___ __- utie
.... M the forthcoming "Fol-1, Kingmaa Curry as the Ma- of Cuyler Hershey, Katherine Brady Elizabeth Ann I Dance and Fashion Show. sponsored ,
... .4 It4*" arheduled to be pre-i, composition I Elizabeth Walterson. Navy Wives Clut I Subscribe to The CitizenI .
Jim- and by
harajah of Magador, with Leonard. A close friend of Ma- | Russell I ; *
....... w the Junior Woman's) i Sosa, La Concha Hotel. % 8I
and Cymbals-Ray 88
be- Drums
mAe Glenser and Dick Zook as his jor Dillon, Mr. Leonard was. ;
at .. Ht.h School Auditor t fore his death, director of the Walter Walterson, John Knowles I Io Concert Key West High School I- ,
har- ,
attendants. Members of the I
.. i'ibee IS and 16. ,
Calif. of Joe Curry. Band and Community Band
Fresno. and
Band of
Sciot o
Gloria Acevedo Lois 1"
WIIL1V .... Thursday of em include 8:00: P.M.\ High School Audi ,
.... ....... Busto, Belva Busto, Katherine
t torium.
...... to the "Rhythm Brown Marge Sjur en. Betty 1 No. Order oj
_ wfctrh act consists Gazing, Mary Kraft and Nellie Harris; School 3/rs. Henry Sands Fern Eastern Chapter Star. entertains 21. Ke>r Nay tapivUi i. wa

d Key Wet Rockettes with I Trujillo, a harem, we might add, .
West Assembly No. 13. Ordei' ALL VITAMINS L I
....... ....tse.i dwing a specialty to delight anybody, including the 1)-'f. .-Meets \\Recovering I From ScottiJ ,
Rainbow for Girls. i IL :r1"x1411xt
..... Uureen Cruz as soloist Maharajah of Magador. know to be .wauil to burainaacnooa. I _

Mu. ...sa. of the Rockettes are These are just two of the many Major OperationThe Rite Temple.SATURDAY 11 .flat livet a4 uoa.
Itrtva Bx... Lois Busto, Gloria 'numbers 10 be presented during TonightThe \ 7J'. S2.S9 e atil ,
Ball, Sponsored
the show. Some of the others many friends of Mrs. Annual Charity .
AW ., .HuMMAary Dementi as> tGARDNER'S$7.9St
I regular monthly meetingof '
be helc l 4
.IMnw TtMjiM* Oiive Gato, \.1 I sound very promising, also and the Harris. School Parent- Henry Sands of Flagler Avenue by Elks Club. To r" ,. .1
MuSS aU fUtth Stock all your reporter will try to get a Ii were very glad to see her up 'and in Annex.
tisid talented young little advance information bn Teacher Association will be held about and looking so well las PHARMACY

=.:.: J Ji II them for you tonight in the School Auditorium -o Saturday.Two Serve cinnamon apples with ; 1114 Division SU Cor Varela ..iO. -4

__ beginning promptly at 8:00: weeks ago Mrs. Sand pork roast or choose pickle.I PHONE 177 FREE DELIVERPRECHRISTu1I1S r J-\'.. is is ,.,
-- .
underwent an extremely serious peaches or spiced pears to garnish '
o'clock D"'"" st1Sbi

Saria .i Bringman has Lovely I The program chairman has major splendid operation work of, and Dr. J due. Lancelot to the :=it.- I I .v.\O.tt .I. ,..$

prepared a special and interest-

Thirteenth ing Christmas program for the Lester, Jr., her physician, Mrs.who I-O SALE Xoir On SlOO........ t'r"J *awt.. ..
Sunday the
Birthday Party I evening which will include a performed operation I.' .;9" ..... ........

Mr and w.... J M Bnngman.f r- The afternoon was much en- I I skit Christmas.entitled" "The Night Before Sands feeling very states well that and she has is almost now Victory Bedding & Furniture Co. i p I re'_,.._..If ....:\,'so'4- -:;;',. ....... 1.5

.. fHI' Avenue E gave a party on joyed by all the young people completely recovered. I I -

IftMnday. afternoon. December 6th, present, guests for the birthday Miss Morcland and will there render will several be- 534 DUVAL STREET Corner Southard St PHONE 344 ",......... -..
.......m< their.. daughter. Sana on
., taw Mra &.uwnth birtday. party. Present were the Misses group singing of. Christmas car- Meets TomorrowSawyer Key West's Exclusive Juvenile I

TIw.n wa* a gala one. Elizabeth Braun Dora Garcia, oU Ii
(ldiSS i wwre played including Barbara Pinder, Maria Placencia, Mrs. Norma Dopp will give a Post Furniture and Furnishing Store i tRi
report on the 25th annual Con- o \\
..... the becky winners being TOTSSANTA'S tf\c.\\c.O
Lois Robinson Nancy Su vention of the Florida Congressof The regular meeting of Arthur EVERYTHING FOR THE
, .a'.i pd l 'vely PTM .'> After the
cakea pernaw Lorraine Warnock and Parents and Teachers at this Sawyer Post No. 28 American 1"e \
giam. the ctM nwt birthday TOYLAND i Acco nt
Messrs. O'Briant meeting. Legion, will be held tomorrow \\ef
young Danny
.. evening (Wednesday) at 8 p. m. i Stock of ELECTRIC TRAINS. WIND-UP TOYS. \.1\
> .. ia...iiruyAaVI aALia i&bo. and Wayne Huddleston. Complete Small .Vle\e 3t.W;
A \vell-grtased cotfee can may at the Post Home on Stock TRICYCLES. BICYCLES. WAGONS. PULL TOYS. ETC. I t.t. 1\t.PAl ,,,

be used for steaming holiday Island. WeeUy GUA1AlCU
J puddings or breads. Fill two- The Key West Guard ot Honor I Make Selection Now! Use Our Lay Away Plan. Sums .
! 4 quarter cup of tomato Flavor hard sauce for holiday I I
thirds full and grease the tightly will conduct the ceremony of an-
pus ee, and a little finely grated puddings with molasses and cinnamon fitting cover before putting it on. itiation. ........................................... ...
tor add little ihrtddtd
aal.n t* a euu of mayonnaise or a :

a 'L..4 elW1l_ lemon or orange ri&d.


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SWISS- RAP ALLIEDBUREAUCRATS AREAS ROCKED BY EARTHQUAKE What It Means: (we can hardly hope to 'do any'ed mi' poss asttstu M.. p' ..+i4

more than help the governmentease be 1MIfft....... .. ..... .... '

O& Mil ..- .._-- -_ :-:'--_ Jdaker. MORE HELP FOR CHINA the economic pressure If, $ ,ooo.OUI:1:> lHl r ......eiett, 'I

IN AUSTRIAZURICH STATUTE MiltS = -- eff _.. _-_- .. -=_ I IB we want to end the war one'i 000. (B) eeuftl MaN Arse .a t2.''
-:. "" State spokesman .- In nroapcfltty.
Oes -- Department
tlft'lAnd-N-The Allied liberators of :. .. ; #
--- & i,(says, it might cost $5,000.008- It wwW .acre t* to ste.M 'm*
...e ........ wto bureaucrat*, the Zurich paper "Die Tat" complains. :_=--f: = :_ -:... ,o CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON What do I the province tooK away the Na-i 000. (B) a peril d >aam, IM .M.. t* 1 1d
will tear his hair when they mean when they tall.amout tionalists' most valuable asset. ..
TW Aetea taxpayer he realizes rr. : ? If the war were to end bow- China you euMnl Mutt .*. *
..Ir4 civic. a.4 tt..n ense the Al-* .::_-- -. .. :- ---......-"'..--..s "more help for'China?" I War If,it in had the not opinion been for of one the Civil ECA t ever, the exper on China believes rehabiMatfcia as tl4as.ve .... i

fee* CVettrvi C.urtl to up to and I LOS. f\"f. Will any amount of American expert on China the UNRRA i that American dollars and t as in Eurof CM** .bas tssray.

Mr ....... .IM ..... Uy mat hia tax. CITY FATHERS ANGELES b 1s' assistance ever put China on her program alone would have been I J a technical true rehabilitation.help could bring Even if about the I{ her tirfyrtmlLabor revd.e..ra II'II'started

fa/to* pefWr M.4.fto I (Continued From Page One) I .. .. ,1 ...dens! San .T'-Nln feet? How much would it cost to sufficient to restore China at lines were stabilized in their!, would have to fc* er....+t. i
Tat mail a Swiss citizen Electric System to run its own 1 '' ". a-- Bernardino Palms. produce in China the kind of economic least to the economic position present positions with Manchuria I especially fertww KM* ...... J i
;,.. 'l ".'- 'I she had before World War II. i wwW tow. ..
rtUirv) '...... -q. and Industry to
A .. Red
.MM .....4 .. Ito. Uftt4. States, I rehabilitation we hope to Leaving the civil war out of permanently in territory | t'at.
Give Bonus ood South and Central China have modernized one a to**
tm W hsa11R but he to* W _itfesjr Holt r" 'Arlin ton eRivllrside achieve in the Marshall Plan na-I consideration however what unexploited resources which: I Out eventuaHy, to ............ .
w4.. t..f.... to ......w rrtwaM The annual bonus of $25 to all : tions of Europe? : would it cost to put China on her I could be developed sufficiently ,> new and table CMa cu iM let

... .......... ....... away. Into city rnjpluyees.. )vas; voted, except '. ;k- : ; .Santa MI. n 1 '. ernment's According own to the records Chinese we have gov- I: feet spokesman economically the? $275.000,000his The ECA 'I to put Nationalist China on her]created *

...... that this year j-equirement long Beat h; ,Ana Jacmto P arm 'n' ''Q spent since the war's end $518- agency is says spending is not feet If Manchuria were regain ___ I
for participation' shall be --- --- -
''Slw M4.Ol.ti l..t.nnitnl. of city I ; .. : Springs; 300,000 in Chinese civilian relief,_ enough to "stem the tide of economic I
L.daa ... ter. .1M/ sake a stark employment)longer.: of six months or 5ANTt\ Js. :l- ;,: nearly all of it a gift In additionwe deterioration." And that's ....dIIIIIUI'UuilIllIlIIlIlIlIIlIlIIlIIllIllIllIlUilinani
<< :
_' have loaned China $152.900-i all it would
M PM.. wMtdtr.4 M.a.Ild, hum Storm Damage to City Electric { t anybody ever hoped
IA. ...... d the hu.c4rvd t I Made 'Known I I 'CATAUNA: Ocsans'Id. .i i' -': = 000 What for has reconstruction.been the result up to do.start No the one work expected of recovery.the sum to The MAXWELL CO. Inc.

....... ..... pa4tnN.." lb.tr.eteppl. Two storms that struck Key ,I' ,. ,; .-: now* :< President Truman in asking ,
acid A..tnII caa.wde.s. I West during the summer cost :i SAN :-': An ECA spokesman sacs "the' Congress: for ECA funds for Chi-
eN ..... .... er.... W Air- the City Electric System $40i i .= DIEGO .-- .-,- economic position of non-Com- na last February, said only that Sftfcialising in
Ills w .b ...... /be set, w furky111g I 000. it was revealed last night ;' SAN .: .- munist China is continually deteriorating the assistance he proposed "can All/ Types ofHotel
I Ir in a letter to the commission s. "
inflation getting wove assist the current
in retarding ,
.. ... shat to 1 1Asaat. : by City Electric Manager C. A. 1 I Coronado .. : __-_._. all the time. Lately, he adds the economic deterioration and thus) Restaurant
.. Allred'' Deursen. Storm repairs accounted i =-- volume of and the flow ,
sttrsa ... Yre -Tijuana exports : give the Chinese government a
glad r.-.I Isr for $27.000 and rehabilitation I f of from the countrysideinto
p.et..w I 'n goods further opportunity to initiate and BarEquipment
ctrl. the Aetrlrtt .as ..tutee ao safluttre.n $13.000. 500 pair of Pacific Ocean -,-; MEX1C0 th emajor cities have fallen the measures necessary to the es- I
We .......... .......... Ilse services were torn down. and I off sharply. There is a growing > tabishment of more stable economic \
.'... ..... U...2. M ............. 300 spans of primary and sec. :. "' reluctance of farmers to sell food- conditions." 1
de.ISi w s.r1r.Y sfkw e. .1 ondary conductor had to be repaired z. _> stuffs for depreciating paper t I Secretary of State Marshall in 1
:t-; .. fisrr o.okst. 4 .... itasd or replaced. The city money I! his plea to Congress for the ECA
........., t. AwIr..n commission then voted to allow (P) Wirephoto The Chinese government's def-; funds for China said only that
..... ......... S40.000 to be transferred by the 70
t fur the icit amounts to 65 or percentof : they would "help retard the pres-
Ii [ City Electric System to a special CROSS BETWEEN DESERT CITIES of Indio and Twenly-Nine total expenditures he says.J jent rapid rate of economic deterioration Wa are now In the position to serve Tent ...ds with any

r 1 _.....m. uf E .n4 rwtM account labelled "Reservefor Palms indicates apparent center of southern California earthquake That means that the government ." type of equipment you may need.
.... bw.oaersx.y. hurricane and rehabilitation according to Dr. Charles F .Richter of California Institute collects in revenue only 30 to 35 I The ECA spokesman says that We can fully equip restaurants with all pen sments
W..... ....... -Ow T.t" fund. of Technology. Much of the quake's force was concentratednear percent of the money it needs to the $98,000,000, worth of supplies tcesiary
which include .
,... "Dog" Ordinance Passes Palm Springs and Mt San Jacinto. 70 miles east of Los keep going. To pay its bills, it i which were delivered by ECA to
It will be the duty for all Key Angeles. In San Diego downtown buildings were shaken. The can only print more paper cur- China in the first six months of j GLASSWARE DISHES OSIIAIIK
TODAY I IIISTUIIY I West dOlE owners to register their quake lasted a minute in Los Angeles. 90 seconds in San Ber rency. I the program had made a vital '. KITCHEN ;
dogs hereafter and EQUIPMENT
to pay a $2
nardino. The immediate cause of China's contribution in several key sectors :
Kant Arice) or $3 fee for a tag to be attached I '
each collar ____..__ __ __ __ ______ ___ acute economic troubles is, j of the economy. Without
to dog's and to be u u RESTAURANT
tt}<--........ Ito line Stet .n of course, the civil war, eatingup them, he says, the situation un- EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES
M ... .. Cartslsl.l.ra1w warn continuously. OFFICERS OF KEY WEST, IIISS-CHAMBERS government revenues divert- I doubtedly l would have been
""- /b. MA ..an Mat Failure to comply with the ordinance Continued From Page One) I I (Continued From Page;, One) ing manpower from constructivework i worse. I II '
a JaaM ....... oIW'Maj and upon conviction vie Fort Lauderdale and liomt '' the Nationalist army that was defeated disrupting essential serv-I "There is no doubt," he says, i MAXWELL\ CO./
$ -, N ........., would brine $50 fine or 15 days I pano. l'I by the communists six ices and preventing the increaseof "that they have been of substan- j T/u .
.. a .- .asar.... Hi )ail or both. Tag for male dogs I I t The address of' welcome was wreks ago had committed sui- production.The l J tial benefit in sustaining public : Furniture
... ttitt.a... Ie ... arts1Mls ... will tact $2 and for female dogs.I I I; delivered by Alex M. B.ufe. president cide. latest disaster has been the i j morale, in preventing widespread : and Furnishlnji!
I: .... hp. lbttw..a.earwy sa 00.Rntrtct i of the Miami Chamber of Another Nationalist announce- loss of Manchuria which is richer starvation and unrest and in PHONE 112

......... II ... ....... "Driveways"An I I Commerce.and at the dinner ,, ment was that government for- in resources than any other re- keeping essential economic functions 909 Fleming Street Corner Margaret St. Key ..*.. fie.'MHlllIIlllIllIIIIlillvEKETUN .
.......... ....fy d N.w v..k" ordinance was passed onfirst James I. Keller Jr., chairman of ces had evacuated two towns gion of the country. The Communists and public services Rome: "
.. tttll.taigl. 1sM plat II reading restricting the used I I the National Affairs Committeeof near Peiping. It was also dis- in finally loping off 1 As long as the war continues JILL'. lIIlmUll"' ""'"
driveways, and requiring the I __ __ ,
u------ -
the Miami Chamber was in- closed that the Nationalists had
fIJ'--:1i MiUnUUnf of plans to the building !
arY.r i.faa.w I troduced. I i. lost many thousands of gallonsof
I:: M .dt+t.. art MedsAdl ranted.Inspector Under before the new permit ordinance is The purpose of the meeting, to much-needed airplane gas-
I I discuss the businessman's stake oline by the explosian'of two
1Ift -- .11.a1 N si ...... by pedestrians will be givenrsrore I in national affairs, was stressed gasoline dumps.
.... ttraiid w ... .hasrryat. I protection. I by L. P. Dickie, manager of the r i
-.... _4 .. dal. ....... byeht9t 1 New Occupational Tax Southeastern Division of the
..allaewrY..k A new clarification Listing for "wholesa4rrs I Chamber of Commerce of the Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good / /
Jt w a.r bass.Ili. United States, who hails from
liar! .. (dealers in specialty items : *
y I' Atlanta.Ga. STAR BRAND / / / / /
with stuck not exceeding $2,000)was ) ,
N1s..as J to. ....... sdglen Horace F. .Cordes. executivevice
.... ... .... ..... M 12 passed with. an occupational president of Burdine's Inc, ; AMERICAN COFFEE! $
|Itrrrue of $40 00. ondCUBAN !
Sisd .
N Mu.ee ais l111a Miami gave an address of "Help /
I Passed on Second Reading Yourself to Better Government" -Try A Pound Today- s
fit. .... ........ .Heraiad .1|I Passed on second and final Then William J. Bird, national /////J / $
f .. ... .. reading ordinances that reduced -
s sp a Its. w. I affairs adviser of the Chamber of
... .. .... the surety bond from $5,000 to !
+Jy atatat.gk I Commerce of the United States .
1It'a. $2.000
local travel bureaus

............. .. 0... ......... and granted a transfer of license dress.Washington, D. C-, gave an ad-! The Little White,House $
from 919 Simonton to 917 Simon- I i
tleas.aa t.edi-=-:.. .., Saarr tun street for Celio Diaz. by The James closing I. Keller.address was given 1208 Restaurant

........ ....rr ..vetsubt.4s Also passed was the puking SIMONTON STREET*
.. te4al .4 scare than ordinance. A major change was mvvmvvvvvvvv..yvvvvv WILL OPEN Q
iiilFsen made by the establishment of aDO STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE
L Iaaas trsrrapeca.s parking" area on the eastside TRIUMPH \\'"'CrJl( (',dHh Dec. JJ / 4 ,

.. eM .... coil ""krke of Slmonton street including All Foods Prepared by Chef of /
in front of the post office. COFFEEMILL .
-- Cuban Pavilion of 1939 World:
"t'AJUr.\ln' )1.\n.ti Hereafter puking in front of Fair. New York City
the post office will
limited 3P
" free I.T*. II.\IJ.1 t, fifteen minutes and be on at Thanks-D. Peres
'\ Trws.a 44 nut l arn I the west side of the post office. Ml Grocer .
, trill .Wee ........... wwuM have' Appoint Tom Watkins
AAA.A&&A A ",, I
ad ...>i>.4u.i.torname. Attorney Turn Watkins was appointed ......................_ ,.
'It"'r a SSMI t4tH. of theArmy. to serve as municipal - - - ----------------- .
ar.wssv.sfrst I 9ttisa the hu.pttal.s judge in the absence of Judge $
+ .... o .......... Iw the Hilary Albury. Watkins will i
.?raw ........y Ma..HaH'a "..- serve without compensation.If : PREDJVENTORYSALE 20% DISCOUNT
..tlaM w.abM.n.I 1 I .t. upon hia : :
Ml.%as.,. to wiN ....-.ue hM duo your family likes scallopstry DURING OUR -
tG.j ar ........,. .. td.4, serving them kebab style. "
fiie e IM i.lm. limn Para un Fit them onto skewers dip themin #
M-.l.rL.I .. Mv4afy Martoe melted butter or margarineand
... bit tww cunltrtrueai roll them in finely crushed Key WestOn n r uc ur er
w .>e.i im Wtottor or cracker crumbs; broil carefullyuntil
.2.M ... ......= in OHM was lightly browned. Serve 2 x 4'...About WO Pieces; ;
1L...tl M Mat feme wae !net each skewer with a lemon wedge Display ;
taL. sateafar act tt to ..- and a garnish of parsley or
.... attw tbM .br ....... will watercress. Baked potatoes, red ..
...,.. .. ...... heMM. Dtft.rtI and green cabbage: salad with for One Week
costs Mate MI 9talstt Chi garhc-glavored French dressing, CROOKSM
.raj ll.-Aeib'a tgro4 .... aid and hot rolls make good additions it i- ,
,, M silt. ew a leerw+ kII t on this menu. Corner Duvaland -1 was.a -.

: t 1.. IIWI: :iMoto ,I SUBSCRIBE TO THE CITIZEN : Eaton Sts. ) f

P..e O-) e .- ",..---
sltetrr.ira d t (it
i ...... ........ vatlrldi i.ao to at I TRUCKING SERVICE Furniture 2 x 6....Abont 5000()()( Feet SUNRAY
f ... IriiasCu Moving General Hauling
.... S4i.iw1..r taliCar Every Load Fully Insured : AWNING 1 ? ,
__ D.ft. N.., it.. I\>> ofNae ISI.CITY( TRANSFER t 10 ft. and 12 ft. Lengths t ..

.... lat is .III a1diss. theatrwMh.tl Phone UC 524 Southard Sis SHUTTERS = = _
...' ,. .'nti the tot RESIDENT PHONE 1002-R If'ar.tinre Stock ; r $
f M .... I.. 2.h. .1'7 (.n.1 ,>unt' The Combined AWNING b

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