The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 8, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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Spent III Popular Shop )... : .,<: .' .1 71trer ()lkr.. I41N IbIletultrsl
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I ..rl.l. ..r.."tl.... I .-, The County's
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I )Duval Streets.J protection of the horse- I at a meeting of :" 1K.. 1'.. .r....."
I : racing revenue has been given It f ty Commission.C .
II I The Broadway Market, at Pe- by the recent supreme court decision ; .tif B. Harvey /at 75. -T SI. .....swAlth4INtflUR .
::1 will t f ..: and Associates,. 0.. -
tronia and Duval streets upholding; a 1947 legislative ,
I act which placed the alloca- : project, reported .. ....... Mw.Atwn..a In ..
open tomorrow morning after tion of hors dates the : Commission that ..... Cyaesseu i...._w. ,
I closing for several days by rea- basis of revenue-racing produced on no & Sons had .....e In. lice ......bee' ..

-. ... son of the second list of improvements : The for : ..... work of const rut ... r'tMd. seMiR "'- Yet. as
measure provides a s
(Al) Wtrephcto via Radio from Berlin in the store in the last 120-day season of successive 40- ..............;' .'. ', -+: ,," ,-..t......;..i........ oeach properly ,....,. tee fleet aft uU.
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CKNST: r.C-JTER.le.der: : of Berlins Social Democrats,eats break :, day periods in the Dade Brow ard (A" WIT:;pnoto cepted ', em .Ih 4'* "'
year.A The vial tRamd wry Neat sees
new in Ca hW Hoot Monday and reads newspaper accounts of his total of $15.000 will be spentin area, with the track producing .._
II the most tax DAVID ATKINS. 10-year old son of Robert Atkins a striker at instructed llrpoe.ewtel/ye IMrksm
patty's sweeping victory in the city's municipal elections. As the store to make enlargements I revenue receivingI .. ... ...
the first choice of dates for the the Celanese Corporation plant at Rome. Ga. lies in a Rome hOSe Sawv to Kit a $ daZL
Ik* rU .. the Social Democrats' victory, Reuter probably to the shop and to add a I next year. The track producing pital with gunshot wounds in his back and both hands. He was you r-v .. ..raw..4. ....... !lest -..
wUi be elected mayor of Berlin.SHERIFF .unit tMw .... lea
Ig any v man
self market
I -serve meat Rivera & : the next highest amount would blasted with a shotgun while chopping wood in the yard of his .
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beachDeny wrmsemeA '
-- Sons of the market have their choice of the remain- home. Police said the shot Pete Sealock neighborand I I
owners an- boy was by a eo.
i'ing 1 't .... Ilex l. ... iwtr '
nounced periods. an employe of the Celanese plant He is in jail without .
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GETS I Under the former statute the wrw is --.u.
I There will be new shelving of bond on charges of assault with intent to murder. Officers said r, seats a-i ewer N M t.."
'. a modern kind that will equip racing commission had the powerto they believe Sealock mistook the boy for his father. Beside David I I ati-gals, a/ir aar/M h"...
the dates regardless
the store to more efficiently apportion ', stands his mother. ; seta N W If ,
II MEN BUT |I serve the customers. I I 1 i of revenue returned the pre- --- Release, <<) .... tlltrl g. eletr. 1',_'
HIS The meat market will be able'I I vious season. i I ..., .
|. In adopting the new statute ...... tend Maw ..... a
to serve all meats ready cut and i the legislature decided the old STEAL DEADLY POISON Police I .. err 1M ....Ilmr. u .
ready to eat. I i ,, .
"We think have the first arrangement was "unsound and I I ..,
MEN SILENT I and creates condition Monroe A.tep.uieshM till th :1 I'iIft.
unwise a
self-serve meat market in Key ...l ased Mel M gee. t*
the turned
of which retards down
uncertainty ON BIG COPPITT KEY
: West, said one of the Riveros natural and develop- I, two former city -d tie ew7 .a .M s. .
this morning We will reduce expansion Luncheonette'l... ......
IAllr I: ("r'IIU'1I11 ment of this business and in- one former
the operating expense and thus lea rot l from The Uatsd. Mlslm Mb a's',
I cause the cost to consumers to Y.-tI Mahea/sr t111Iw.
Ili'titl Kepi llnsyhist I'IERP Cargoes In go down. i of they the are burglary serving .. w1N...... b MwNt V.-

"We are enlarging the market I last April.At .... tsaetlm-iy" r -sa I x-
Ni !ht .. the second time within one year. the time .__ b/aea Mrs ..... ,u It ;
I U. S. Ships Cost The demand for our meats Break were stolen .. lttrtl ae ... ... ...! ,..
I staple groceries and fresh fruits | quently .., 1t c..i.. Ir bsldy II-
'.")rr I Lrarlt" Ofluirk I IU..I. | and vegetables has increased i' one of the men. ,..ol...... ..... d Mw.."

ari., 50 Pet. More i, and we believe our goods are Ring{ Commissioners II r .... sY ..... ..t t
JI[ ; worth every cent we- charge for C and Gerald ..e. tbagr test ft... .

Ilurjtlar,. But | theiru". _.I wae'..As .ru1. rr.\.j- for the release.S: ....
,I So Says Administrator I | Dec 8.-A Nation- on the ground .
Pri Hirr Nlrntshmff !

HpiHs> .\. Sawyer had I I Hoffman, Who Added TemperaturesAt I, J I I communique units of Nationalist said today troops that suffered Frank Bentley enough ..English I Neglect N I

IM.v iu.M Timaiy He Will Cut American. 7:30 AM. EST : \ broken through the ring I Commissioner nab voted Far 1 Medal.( s
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tit .tf.t ... .- waiting van-
.. e._.'..f, who know I Ship TonnageItr75..l..rratrlI I Station- Temp. i! : the communist had thrown was absent.I LONDON.J't T.110

w.......;me ......( (ke Seri Roe- | _rrul I Atlanta mnm ____h_____ m 51 j them since the evacuation I Ersgluleiase'. k.-e......1
t-ta .r Cmmt., rboery HeJtfmtt. WASHINGTON. Dec ,8L(-Paul : Billings __ ______ ____ 24 I a week ago. I .n- TIM Royal. Alt P.-. .
..._ amt man who knew Hoffman, administrator!? of the j Birmingham 40 : j observers expressed one pees M r\' ,

..... th... atawt It. t I ITW Marshall Plan, today shocked the : Bismark _. ___ ._w' -6 I| about the authenticity of! 1 !! !f ho arc rUt. >M> tn w* .

Mie sfcinrf went .home.Iw .. i American Merchant Marine ship Boston u_ __h 49 I The communist ( star and war. "*"...,
at.A one/ ikip for two hours.Psa.ih ; he tht, Buffalo mm 31 t, j o tat entered c totma t.. "
when announced
..r ewne to the sheriffs I owners :; Charleston __ 61 did not mention the I
1. American n' m -
.4ln. .< bwMt t a. M yesterday beginning January I Chicago .__.__ __ __ 19 break through but in I T ou
will :
I Nv .MUM D..taty. Sheriff Wrli !- J(I ships; no longer carry one- Christi 46 I said that the ring was I
I half of the freight shipped to Eu- Corpus no. ,
i .....i Aiihsc a.d Pe* e Justice I: under the plan. 'II Denver _mmm____._. 36 i I tighter around 3oOOOO I T : MOTOKOIAAmerica's () ()
in operating
*.w Mnmilm before nun lie told rope ._. _.___ troops. 1.
He explained that, though it Detroit h _.__ : 29 I Finest AUTO !MAM')
"*.* what. he hell heard from !I ._ _. 49 ; I observer further sta
EI Paso 1021
been that American
had agreed n
Mee me.. ; .. ._____. 37 that the communist troops Roy's Key West Auto Part
would one-half of the : Ft Worth
1).. ..Ia awd ...,..tlit4lte that" ships carry _._.._ 45 more morale than the Na- IKIim) : Duval St. ***.. Ml
I Galveston
supplies he was going to change m
h. ..M tt.. tw that procedure because it cost 50 I. Jacksonville _._ 67 !'. are better trained :ind i H:15 I:
Tory rmmtf m tua aye men, I ] better leadershIp. and that i
in American : Kansas iCty 30
to ship
branch of the
r.w o1 Meer art e9e rtld with" I only service
IIw ..*.! ...... of W e safe and' vessels than in foreign bottoms. i! KEY WEST AIRPORT.__ 76 the Nationalist lead ,is in Tickets
Specifically he gave figures to Los Angeles 46 I CEMENT
... and
th HyiaekHX of the safe ; fighting plan. '
show it cost the government $4 50 | Louisville 23 YMCA
fwt it U< tfi and taken toArid ,
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more a ton to send goods in' Meridian 40 American
hai American ships.Hoffman i Miami ._._. 'n 66 I Bob's 'K 1.1 31111L 'i \jU.)
tfce live me.i wont talk. '
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I added that, in cut- Minneapolis _on. 13 Caibonells TELEPHONE 111 i
TK ate MHM. afcuMt the actual I
ting down on shipments in Memphis 30 '
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lUnr awl the theft of the STATION
American ships, a great deal of New Orleans ._ 53
ode Tfce saMfa office beaU j i'money could be saved and could I New York __ _._ 50 I _at Division Phcne 3134I _ -
--. May .bi.w about thefcaaJury 1 1! I II .r er riK: u. rrr.IrrGrease. I .
awl the Ibe i used ot purchase more supplies Norfolk ...____ 56 TO Spray or - -
nail. rf the MC from the burg I Oklahoma City _._. 37 .'I( :: Ui3 Change Your Oil I
t. An American Merchant Marine Omaha _m__ 18 1
rAM Mtrrtn M.wyet will say spokesman' gave vent to a de- Pensacola 58. [, SPECIALANNOUNCEMENT
termined howl against the proposed I _.
pee bray U that two I Pittsburgh ..-- __ -' 33 ,
change threatening to take .__.__ 46 I
.. Roanoke
taro ras/rtad t* S*isrs store Sun- -- i iI
the protest to congress, if necessary .____ 27 I' ; THEATER :
..1m.M. at ....wt p. m. SL Louis h. ,
THr rMrreal tote. store and He tried to prove that the San Antonio ____ m_ 33
shipping matter was analagous to __ 51)I : WENDY HILLER and I
fcthe mlr owl of it, said San Francisco ;
Mired. Mrwye."welt. carrying relief supplies on trainsin Seattle n___ __-., n ._ 37 ( ) ;( ROGER LIVESEY in I II
the United States that charge I. _._ 66 I
.. ..sag the safe from Tallahassee nn >\ Where'' Tin Going'KATHRYN'S; ;
more thai trains in Europe. "Why
MIe tort May wrapped it up to I : Tampa n.m 70 ;
the trains European
not put on a
-w. a large package Then Washington
rr,. 1._.... the. ale onto small basis he demanded' ,
Administrator Hoffman did not Will all of those who lured
t.> .n>i inai-k the-v found in the

,I..I..e 4; .trrri and .ot.> >Amwia rk. ..i it street up Simon- comment merely iterated on the that protect.the changes lIe, i I I checks to transact business at

T...--i hnl. m Mtme weed Then is regarded the ships, would go I j\lLl
1 n. .4fM i two turn fame along into effect on January 1. of Beauty the Soars Roebuck Co. ofiic.

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ron SALE! ron SAJ.EI CLYDE-MALLORY BARGE LINE. Inc.DOCKS I II l l1i'SHOPPING I I l l t 507' DUVAL STREET on Saturday, December 4,

I D,. Sed.Nice Family Car I Next Barge Leaves i IMIOM.: ;)(,') please contact the store man
\\'.\IUtO.{({ liir. ,Miami. 77inr. 111'.9 Kathryn Brott, Own agcr at their earliest convent
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BINGOCl There Who Mid was that a lady she from knew Kent what it' FASHION SHOW I I !" I BINGO The public's cooperation in

meant and DANCE ,: PRIXES this matter will be greatly ppredated.
When men asked her to dine. by Catholic Daugh
Cl CLl'BIf Sponsored
And ordered steak and wine. I!' Nary Wires Club No. 88 $ of America-Holy Name .
She knew what it meant-but { ( St Vincent da Paul Soc.
./.,,. Dnrtnln'r ID sh. went Friday, December, '
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PUIZESSpoIUOI'M LA St. Mary's Parish Center
? PER PERSON 49e 1021 Duval Street .
by I I Three Valuable Prises

He .tati.n Commission ,I To Be Awarded I :20 GAMES ...
Food Most Excellent. !! I $ $ $ -.J _- : :;
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Selected program as litttd belOw 1 EMILY I" Madiatm ........ u...... .... :-
..d. K K.y. w_.. Florida a. s.eond class matter Fuller Warren has found it, and it i8"i more Ire day broadcast through tile".fame Time tine ia.asteristsadard. Mon. l 14. and ,IL1o.4" ., ... .

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fr*r U .selusl' ..lF entitled toK One hour;for mountain stand' Chapter IS *I can't, rm on duty. Mom. That's right Pal .Thr wasa ..
.. all news dliipalchss I and twa hours. M ."No wonder Bella smacked you. I muprnur of approval"And beta .Md. dwant ends d trying to beat something that is fixed turned and the
to ran up
.tWrwUc rrdii In tola BELLA I -- -
Nt You deserve. this new
v. _.. .., II...... here.a'a.CMIlTIOT I Joe drew a deep breath. what' more
notch is Rotali ,
perform mechanically. If a set to DEG 6 THROUGH DEG 10 This was certainly the start of.a He came into the house and dancin' hussy" tall
RATES! I gave his mother a hug and kiss and never was.
t121 register every tenth time you waste your Morel.y0:00Honeymoon swell evening. And everyone was : Ir000e t
stlene Mu
-- : in boyish fashion. The fat'woman There *as a dead
.-. 5. time in make the notch In N. T.-nb. I staring. Mrs. Harrigan stood on and it gently! "H.'v' I TO
11t ;. 30l. trying to change. Breakfast Clubabc1:15Barnyard her steps aims akimbo. clung to hint spoke quickly her -
.. __ .___ 1.80 o "See ta-Pat.-He's drunk seen Pat* Wt aB did. Wr .-
., eh_ .. _'_ ._. .25 The only way you can change it is to smash t:30: -Th. O."alaDd.lreDM!FoOes-cbs I do'"And you let since that when.little Joe spit-fire Monahan.treat and I have a feeling in my bones .don't need to see. her!** TAKE A
the machine. Bob Pool Straw: mba that he's to get into serious Pat" Mulrooaey wasconciliatory.
AII.:MTI'l'b MAT!*! i you like that? And I saw you beat going "You know beat But '
10.0O-rr.d Wsrtnc bobs, trouble this night
Ma KMwat ON Application
that Kahler that
Governor-Elect Warren calls the slot : up Wayne came
Music for You-- bsMy you got to sing one Mag for w

..' f* 4fC _PKTML..._... card!>OTirHAH of thank, resolutions machines "Mechanical: thieves." In other 10.30--Hour Story of Drama S.rlal--abo ak. I after"And your he her didn't he?" HE left her laughing but his later.-Let' have another drink tiy _
...._ .itc .. etc. will be The Godfrey HourcbaSay face was serious as he entered
a poems I "
S the mechanism
can't beat Pat
lav at ,a. ,al. .rf !. cent. a Hoe.Mi you It with Uuste-mb I Joe hadn't meant to say it The the dining room. A dozen around cried
S pep .rtauinial by churches from II- which is fixed to steal 11:00: -K y Kyser Show-*bo11.4S '' t words just slapped out. Mrs. Har- non were crowded into the room. Pat was quick A one's better,
... to t* l"p.eerferumrand. cents a line, your money. -Ssrlala (}% hrs.)-cba rigan. Ain't that just too bad." all drinking and milling about Come Bock to Enos." I WANT TO
aft* Ctas ai aa Invites 41- The Citizen knows of several f The rough drinking) men stood
w al.i 3 b r-r..: tfmmff nod Mbjerta of local orinNwe..i. Key Aft n *.s> "You have trouble with your Pat as- they did on party nightsBut around with tears welling tai I i
bat It will not publish anonymous Western who have had their stolen Tranl.n-abe women don't you, Joe Monahan? Pat himself was, different tonight up f OOTOGlAMOiKHttHAVANA
money -Welcome their as Pat a little }
eyes sang
Kate Smita H.lf.Hou..InN.. Why don't you get married a Joe knew it from the tone I .
from them by "mechanical thieves." The U:30-Word. and Musto nbeBIQ I nice simple girl who'll make of.Ms voice.without seeing him.I unsteadily at first and then .
Slater at Lunch-mb real home for you and make you He squeezed up to him and flungan clearer and clearer VMC*. .iU.1 ...
players, regardless of the advice that was I knew be bad There r
1:00-Uuate-Half Hour Bb* forget all your worries? arm over his broad shoulders.' won.
given them tried till they "broke" 1:11-Happy C&IICb her. "Have "All Pat?" be no quarrel now. The .
were I He winked at you ready to celebrate. I' would home humming the sad )
.. MEMBER <3> 194 each time to get the upper hand of the ZOO-DoubJe: Breakfast or la Nothtnr Hollywood! -nba-aba I anyone in mind."Mrs. HarrigaaT" The man's rough face lightedup. song and eat the heavy meal ,.
Queea for a Day-aba "That I have. "Sure I'm glad to see you boy.i waiting for them. Pat would drink
mechanism that had been set for them to J -Serials for Jtt .....-i b. 1 "And so have I. too, Mrs. HarI Will you tell these high-binders I no more' until after he had sung

lose. Time and again, one of these men, The Bride Hop and Groom-Cheat-mba aba I rigan. Ain't that just too bad." off me for it wont me. he They're like our trying old parties to tell: again tonight matter much and The Oven dan Itwouldn't )'D050ThAtTh1

with his week's in his 1-00-Ladles Be Se.todbe' She burst out laughing as he because Rosalie won't be here .
salary to
pocket, went Red B.n_ Show-mbs: I intended her to do. It gave him a ger was averted He was suddenlyhappy SAME TIME!1au
directly to a gambling house and tried to S.JO-Tni. House Party-cba chance to continue on down the dance for us""Get without knowing just why. I
Barn Dance Show-mba i street His mother, dressed in her a glass. Joe. Take mine. When the song was over; the I 1J.'HJHMIBY
.XMTOOYTMENTS FOR KEY WEST get the better of a 25-cent "mechanicalthief. 4:00-81I1t Hunt Quiz-ebs \ best was enthroned in the open Pat's donna sing The Rose of men voiced approval of Pat and .
m ADVOCATED BY 'THE CITIZEN Second Honeymoon-aba < Tralee."That. I all his and melted
." And on occasions he left his window. She hailed him brightly."Didn't doings away.
many :. 4.30-Winner Take AO-cba I I see you and Bella I am not"* roared Pat. Mulrooney was last to go and '
salary in the iron maw of the machine. ..00-. Treasury Hour Band (west repeats 1 hr.
L Tatar Hotels and Apartment But Governor-Elect Warren has not lateO-abtf and mba t You didn't. Mom, but some- that song." "And suppose Racalie ooetcome .
tad Bathing Pavilion one told you, so you also know Mulrooney slapped Pat's broad to cVince: for us hie
X only denounced the "mechanical thieves," I Bella slapped my face. I don't back encouragingly. I what will you ul then' !"
: \ Airport*-Land and Sea. think she likes me." "Say your piece, Pat and then I Pat laughed 'You re aI..1
Co CacaoUdatkm t of County and but also has issued a warning that every I NETWORK PROGRAMSTime "She loves you You can always we'll all have to go find our Mi lroone belong say u to Ir*a lad,*.CM ... ......
sheriff in Florida will I tell it's love when girls smack. families." I she don't << to sand .
Governments heed. He said
City : is eastern standard. F.r cel" i kip lea .. ye** W** *. .141
Now ........
brick at
He at her and winked. The a go
stevedore drew
grinned a deep
L Community: Auditorium. "I am liberal-minded. I believe in local : tral mountain standard standard subtract subtract 0" "0"'two for I "Don't you love me any more?" breath. "I say we don't need no I! I'm to sing I got to pull myself I II I ear.if P 4k lit<).)..

self-government, particularly in local law I hour. Some. local stations change. : "Come in and get out of that Rosalie nor nobody that don't I together. boor 3.i. nOaHM suds'...
hour af fit
relay to local schedules.Last '
minute program changes can. i uniform." want us." Ta k.C..UaIK'I. I M.... ewiy M....., ... ....
enforcement. Notwithstanding that attitude net be included. .
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MONOGRAPH slot machines will not be allowed to i, mimimiurawmnuummHiiimiiiimiim'Jiminimmi! !; Marguerite Neffs class: in the DIf T I{ tend a conference '** the ewR- .he ,..... ....

operate in Florida after next January 4." I WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8 1 vision street public school. Teacher pony's managers in Flunda. she law We .. *. Mi ......

l.. City Commission, And then he emphasized this statement, Erasing t Key West In I'I'I and pupils were given a ride i aaq T .ndar.e $s.4.p..eba
f1u R41smelt: t:00.-Vews Report IS Mia.-nboNewscast on engine No. 1 to and from the :i Today The CtUavn says in an Dnf1 -'....e1 w s.eiNnfI.
which will make sheriffs think dozen Every Day--cbsNetwork t
I main a : Silent Hour-abo-east Gone fire station. i editorial paragraph' ,... Jane, '
in the
Improvement* made times before permitting the operation of Kiddles Hour (repeat)-abc-mest ( Days By | "Some rren bout that they ire Rona)i.Moe
Network SUent ((1 hr.)-mbs-east
riy fttreeU are appreciated by themitirrtrtr slot machines in their counties: I Kiddies Hour (repeat)-mbs-west : AS TAKEN FROM FILES WPA Area Supervisor B. Cur- :, self.made when. they should& M' s.. Yet T..... .
specially and the public genwsly. ': -Sports', Music Time-nbo 1 ry Moreno today put 16 men to apologizing i, 1l.ser.ati.a..e
t "Any county that permits these mechanical ion and Theater-cbs OF THE CITIZEN OF I
work on a project that providesfor ----- - -
doing a ':45-Newscast by Three-nbo : :
contractors are DECEMBER -
The 8. 1938 ---
thieves to steal after January 4, Lowell Thomas repeat ID-cbs : I verifying and revising Mon ..

UtirUtttrry job and it i ig regrettable will be given new law-enforcement of- 7.00 The-Supper Beulah Club Skit--nbc-baalo cbs i f I IImWWUUUmUIIUDlIlI>NRUflOUtlUUR0u0lOGUUlI>> I roe county records. j NEW 26" TIRE I .... ...

tllsM. Beet efficient funds are available topMOll ficers." News and Commentary-aba Visitors from Minnesota, who 1 N4L.1.. p..
Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs 1 to,
.w aU the streets. 1:1Se.s and Comment-DBO arrived in Key West today, had i Miss Margaret Aiken of Miamiis t BICYCLES Jack Smith Sho.-cbs two blankets over the hood of i visiting Mi.3s Florenc Sawyer .
THE ORACLE Does the Communist Party have public Dally Commont&r7-abo at her Nome' on Eaton street .. j
Dinner Datembs7:30Smoothies .their car to keep the motor from !; at. 39.95 and up ,;

speakers and press agents? Yes, indeed, : Hob Crosby Club Trio-cbs nbo freezing, as they had been told I II It Eugene Belcher stenographer' Also All SL .? of BICYCLES. i ....--.-...,- /! I
hundreds of them paid and Lone Ranger Drama-aba j i .., Is.. w .
unpaid, public News Comment-mbs t they would have to take that precaution -J and bookkeeper at the Porter 'I TRICYCLES and WAGONS '

LEARN THE ART OF LIVING and secret hired and volunteered, intentional 7.* -News Comment-i b. in Key West as well as I Dock Company left this morning Deposit will hold any merchandise' .._ .... ........ ........
Xews Broadcast-cbs I on our Lay-Away PUn i I .. ...... .. .
and unintentional. Publicity seeking Sports Comment-mbs up North. That's the story they 0 for a short visit in Miami I I M a.e.s'
The people>> of Key West usually can 00-Blondle & Darwood-nboMr related to S. C. Singleton, J
... muntril to give generous financial i is one of the Party's principal "legal" occupations : Chameleon. Uramacba tive secretary of the execu-I j| :J. B. Symonnette manager of Overseas Cycle Store I ISO TMC rtiiistut t ,ef iHi 11CocaCola .rMtuiaaW
i i upon The Jtmateur Hour aba ..
and the intended to confuse people on Can \ou Top This. -mbs Commerce, and they told of their j a local insurance company left Truman Avt. Phone I ... /..
.. \& ea..tis.rt to their school system all important issues of the day. ':30-Great Glde'.leeve-ube delight when they found the I.'yesterday for Jacksonville to at n.oI I
education in general. Dr. Christian Drama cbs i .
.. e of flab AdreBlura Dr.ima-m weather here as warm as it is in -- - - --- -

F..r many years, they have been con- 8:M-Hy Gardner Says-mbs Minnesota in late spring.
s MOTORCYCLE OF THE'AIR .,00.-The Duffy T..uD-nb. .
..*tl. of the economic value of education. Sullen Your Song B rio and Comedy Mine--cba abo Representatives of the Cityof I I

While there was a time during the de- Gabriel Heatter. Comment-vSD at Key West appeared today in
The motorcycle of the air is what :ISS-News Broadcast-mbs federal court in Miami in answer
when education failed to Follows
4ftl1.e .n years ':30-District Attorney DramaaboJames I I
there is some call the "Hoppi-Copter a one-man Melton Concert--cba i to a peremptory writ of mandamus -
.flSwTe profitable employment,
Groucho Marx Quiz-abo showing cause why the city
helicopter that will be manufactured
N.e .I recognition of the fact that educa- in Family Theater-mbst I should not pay $3,17097 due on I!
SS :New tot i Minutes-mbs
: -
England according to Horace Pentacost
street-paving bonds.
1M.n improves an individual and makes aft 19.00-Tho Big Story Drama-DbO I I
the inventor of the machine.The Time a Wastln'-cbs Thirst
***** effi ient human being. Bins Crosby Time-aboManhattan Chief Harry Baker and Captain Everywhere
model has Playhoua.mbs10:30Curtain
no body. It simply
There has been, perhaps a failure to carries Tim. Drama aba I Milton Roberts of the Key West
a seat and a tripod landing-gear beneath I Capital Clnakroomb. Fire Department today explained
..1..t."d clearly that education is not :Meredith Willsoo Show_bo X" < I
the pilot. Empty, it weighs 175 Dance Orchestra-mbs in detail the workings of the de-
a* end lit itself but a means to more comjMe 11.00 News. Variety 2 hrs.-cbe partment, in case of fire to Miss : h\ ci
' pounds and can carry more than its own News & Dancing Hour-abc |
'I riving for the individual. Some teach- News.' Dance Band t bra.-mbs
weight. When production gets underway 11IS News i Variety to 1-nbo
.to fact have become enthused over
.**. so
the cost of the machine i is expected to be 12:00-Dancins Continued-abc-wej\ ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIES
MM less than $1,000.According and EQUIPMENT 1
) system that they have lost sight oftolls.
to the inventor the Hoppi- I IP.m 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE: 250
fundamental purpose of education it- I

a*. 0I Copter will have a top speed of ninety ANNOUNCEMENT

I Teaching technique' has been perfected miles per hour, with a cruising speed of ARM BRAND COFFEE. Starting Saturday Nov. 27 1

sixty miles per hour and an estimated TRIUMPH We will be Saturdaysfrom 1I
to a eenaiderable( degree the distribution open

*f intelligence has been incrtased and ceiling of 12,000 feet. It will cruise for COFFEE I 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. I I

three hours at time and land take I
tto. IifMt".d! lge of human beings greatly a or MILL I "See Our Christmas Card!

f arf*aiwd through the ages. Nevertheless, off in an area thirty feet square. The at I Selection"WE I r

machine can hover motionless in the air* I Ml Grocer IMPRINT I!
; l4irri wmetimeii seems to be something of
or move in any direction. If the engine JAAAAA.AAAAA.AAAAAAAAAA/ i
t a futture to develop the wisdom necessary
fails it descends at normal and isf --- - e
tw make intelligent individuals or to applyIllltbw.dge ''t gf

intelligently to the problems of easily landed. A

It lh/1rpe/ 4M'lr Overseas eri
The churches render service to all individuals Transportation
Swme modem psychiatrists attribute II s
who be served. '
nelisbv It f the. mental UN of the present day are willing to 9 ,rd a

it oho. dUpurity between abstract know- Company Inc. C-a Jz
e Communications to The Citizen on ,
ki. .
.r a subjects of general interest are appreciated Fast Dependable Freight and Express Service
t*> lase rt (in the art of living. Because, ,

..4i eH)i .*wr intelligence, few of us know and will be published, especially if -batwMn-

l...w t*. Hr and therefore many suffer I they are brief and to the point. MIAMI\ \ and KEY WESTAlso n, V'r a-

pl.raieal breakdown"! I f

S.. I and Kty West $, '

Recalling that the Republican Party,

The National Grange has reversed it- to which he belongs, has not elected a Express Schedules _

g en the question of repealing taxes on President since he was "in knee pants," (No Stops En Routs) t
.4..iiiiaritartee. calling for the removal of Philip H. Willkie, son of the late Wendell CEPT SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.

.... taxe "if und when effective means Willkie, is advising GOP leaders to appealto rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid.

*r. taken to prevent deception in its sale the imagination of the American pea night.
.!. .in..M.4.*m of butter." ple. SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid

The p4 Mage of the resolution caused :Mr.\ Willkie thinks that the Republicans night and arrives at Key West at t >3RINK p 1NttU .

Mtge surprise because a large majority of will have a chance to dramatize 6:00 o'clock AJ4. I II

Itatr $ *),*KM) members of the Grange have themselves while the Democrats, soon to Local Schedule: II I
(Slops At All Intermedia Points)
...ESte dairy interest and the dairy forces be in majority, get most of the headlines.He LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT } ;

$r wrtnumbered the advocates of repeal. insists that the Party must "become SUNDAYS) at 8.00: o'clock I
The fight for repeal l of the heavy fruitful of ideas, policies and principles," JU o'clock M. and P. M.arrives at Miami at 4:00 -

... that levied oleomargarine or it will die.

re5M11nated. in the past few years when ur- One statement by the ;youthful politi- SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and

kaxi t.t*a umer found the price of butter cian seems to contain sound advice. He P.M.arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock .
j 24.Bottle CUI
.. .. suggests that you can't "win an election / (

I ma-lty until the public knows where )00) glee "....tifT -.' 1.w ttw4M
you stand. FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY SERVICE ;! .' .-
I l-.w.d that competitive products should He might have something in that state- FULL CARGO INSURANCEMAIN ... t.i) att,r.:' 10llUo UNon "utnoeilr O' '.1 tKa.toul C ,'.'"", ,.
.. their merits and that it is ment because it is
*n own obvious 'that voters OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton fc: Francis 8ts.

tn.|Hr.per to tax one commodity for: the want to know what a candidate stands for PHONES: 82 AND 93 __ KEWIST: <<<:OUA.<<<:OL\ IUITTLIM; (:

.l. 'ratt' +441e.!J ( !!mother.. before,: depending!!!! upon. !him... - _----0;._ _. UII'j. .

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We. 11-431. Grace Sawyer!I Informaiioa fur the AdvcrtiMm

A'c I and KUELt. bliROUT. respectively I II I RATES POM near LA itVLACKPAtH aad PSItRtT
the widow
-j aa 4...... and under surviving the Last children Will and. Died Last Night Till PaP__' r- .3a.Ntb4 .........
Testament of T. .S. Mats I* lavarteMy !. .._--. h.4
SHKOUT. Deceased
'sr IV 't I Advertlscmenti ....r tall fc..4 rc.Ur lnftlMq .Mt1 ..... ass
I l Mrs.! 'Grace Miriam Archer 73.1 I will b. Inserted IB TB. Cltlsva at _..a tsar save ,tale s4rsett
Plaintiffs,, : : i 1.j died lasti night at 10 o'clock in her th. rat. of Ie a ward f.r ..ftt I.. weals ebau.drt se
.& :. ) TJT TO*; i ..rU.... but the mll t.m rbarc. for ULItAtPRU e/RiRtlalti9.
miirr TITLK residence at 744 Windsor lane the first II words .r lea. .. l... Ta .
MRS-ISAAC N. COX. et at 1 after a long illness. The ...'. toy MSM-MMW.. !. >& a .. ;,:: = .:=.-r.--Iiebea
eendant I I Funeral be rovd. and the P.IBM_. c_.... Imr .' I. ... .f..g .. tM M.
NOTICE TO'APFILIRIOII ORDER I .services' will held tbe first It word .. 4fc*. .f p.bU.......
OP rt m.itATii Friday t':430.p.-m:Hn.the ?rre

THE S.TATI' uv FLORIDA I I Congregational Church; 'where -

ToMIIS.: the body will be placel atJ2'pm. An advertising la .-..... ..#.. Ik* fell*.... ..... ...., !. Ihs
IS:>.V\C N. COX. Residence Rev. John M. Peyton will offici- event ., error I* ..........1... t..._...! .r rir-. TIle CN/se. wM M
known un-I.I responsible .isle.r the. fled ....r4to Nk t......... ............ sad I.
\\1LI.IAM. PATTON and MRS \\ ate. Burial will be in family plotin UIa.I.T '.........1_ /.r .t. ... a''Cal a..aa.1 epsee api,4 IM I
LIAM .PATTON his wife whose City Cemetery. part of tbo advertlvemeat ....n the err.r *rT_re. *
given name is u............. Residence
unknown Lopez Funeral Home is in . . . . . . I

% M <'. MORDECAI his wife and. whose SIRS givenname M C.SIOtthECAL I charge of arrangements. I .................. .... ........
Survivors: sons Seeley and ron .
is unknown. Resident unknown I FOR SALE-HOTELS SALE
William R. Knowles; daughter.
I. RVNDOLPI MORDKCAI and Mrs. D. F. Henry sister Mrs.I AND LOTSWa&erl..t.
; ',
MRS I RANIALPtt MORUHCAI. Small hotel in downtown Key
his wife. whore given name Is unknown I I Emma B. Curry, five grandchil- Fla
Residence unknown I dren and 1 great grandchild. West. contains 8 Urge tMmr 2. *tit .... 2
I UA\'ID MORPKCM and SIRS. PA I' I rooms with S baths and two bath*. Kirmiiii M st b. wit
VIII MORDLCM. his wife whose! apartments. All in perfect: at .
ortce CtMe ..
Owiwr. IMC
given name is unknown Residence
(At Wirephoto Radio from London unknown I I Alvin T. Sawyer I condition Large lot and good \\.w Skirt

SISTER HELEN HOWE, nurse to England's youngest prince the21dayold UrORI.K GEORGE MORDECM.. MORDkCAl. and his MRis wife I! money maker. Must dt.pce'

son of Princess Elizabeth pushes the baby through whose given name i* unknown. No. Died This on account of health. Box 532. l Furnished....... $ILY60 ...

I Buckingham Palace garden Sunday for his first time in the open Marvland:3101 M Paul Street paltimore, MorningAlvin Key West Florida. drcl-tf 3490 AwtHiE dvr?.4U

air. The carriage is the same one in which Elizabeth rode 22 LEWIS S. MORDECU and MRS.
LEWIS S. MORDbCAI. bin wife Theodore Sawyer 60, > FOR SALE
Tear ago. The Princess did not go out with the baby.People's whose given name is Unknown >ac- died this morning at 7 o'clock in FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
ramjento, California.
-- ---.-- -- - '-- JOHN RANDOLPH )MOni/ECAI.. the Monroe County Hospital, aft- I Whit enamel H.11. Onli>.>
and SIRS JOHN RANDOLPH MORDKC'AI er a long illness.
........................ Sr. his wife whose given Funeral services will be held Stock Island over 400 ft oceanfront white paint $I." *ftal $i.H ftgaHon.

flIa---t name Is unknown Residence unJOHN Bargain. Must be sold up. 50-ft St.ntemhose.
Ii now n. tomorrow at 3 p. m. in the chapelof I
Forum U.M. DuheHy 4t
c., 8.4
thh R.SDOLPHIORDEC.I.: JR- the Lopez Funeral Home. at once. Mr. Kitty, c/o
CiU-1 I I Olivia Phone IMf deel.N
Rev. James H. MacConnell
........................ JR.. whose given. name is '
unkno..n. No It Read Street Bal- St. Paul's Church will officiate. :
...... Cltlara welewaie ......- timore. Maryland. Burial will be in the family plot FOR SALE-BUSINESS Bundle of old neap.ere at Int
.I.e. .C tke vlew *f It. rea4er MARUB MORDtCAI HILL and e c4i bunaHc.4hc ka..... at
*. bat Ike "I'... re 'rie. tkerl HILL her husband whose given in City Cemetery.. PLACES
.kt .. delete any ttrm. wklekr name Is unknown 112: Summit Survivors: Brothers Alfred CHuen Office
_..I..... Ilkeleaa .r ....rr Street, Central Falls. Rhode Island
.BI 4. The writers ....1. befall MRS, U. L. B\RH\M. and Sawyer Norberg Sawyer New Island City Book and Soda Shop. HOME
... _.,... ... lettere t. IMRIIAM. her husband whose given York; Cyril Sawyer, Miami; Ir DECORATORSA
See w...... ... write .. ..e aide name is unknown No. 2i. tort Sawyer. Inventory : large new ttttpmn* ./ ...._..
.r Ik* paper valy. Slc>..... .! w Washington Avenue, New York ving Philadelphia. .t CAROUSE SHOT .
... writer .... .-.". ... New 'Vork Sister, Mrs. Rosilino Birs Mi- A..
letter and will ke p.Ml.ked ..- I MRS. CLAUDE R. h ALL and lease etc. Living quarters 2- tad y of tag w* ....-1 pa/

le.. .."...1.. etfcerwUe.PRAISES HALL, her husband whose year lease low rent Make an I terns, ttftfm all.. ..MM ......

I I given is unknown. Residence ami.Mrs. offer. Located 222 DuvaL AH arc ezteplimli.1 ........

COMMISSIONERSEditor LAZARtS and J. D. Aniable Owner has other interats.Business many at $1.29 per 7u4.
LAZARLS. her husand. whose. given closed today for .
The Citizen: ...a
I name U unknown No. SOS Har- in-I I

As a resident and taxpayer in i J\COR wood Avenue I. COHEN Baltimore.and MRS.Mar J).VCOBI land. I I Died Last Night! I Terms right Call party 432-W Business or ,, Noma bubMc ...... C.w..l.U Ml.

Key West I believe his wife whwse given
it my dutyto I name COHKX is unknown Residence unAUAN has been grossing $5000 and $400. Germs EiiiHtc cvrtos"

call to the attention of the know n. Mrs Juana Dominguez Ama- i up a day. d c<-3t I I Rites $1.1*. IVwr OM Crag. .
M COHEN and fcLIZ.\BETH ble 65, died last night 7:45 1
public to the splendid work that 1019 White SlmtWhcrlchatr dft4.Nai
D. COHEN. his wife. Qtrs. 2995>> Paradise -
has been accomplished by the Point. Camp LeJeune. North o'clock Frances in her residence at 914 FOR SALE-HARDWARE j jI I
Carolina. street
( 'aM
present city administration.Main ALAS M. COHEN JR. and MRS. Funeral I i I
ALAN ),1. COHEN. JR.. whose given services will be held Pure gum turpentine. $1.20 gal* new Very h'a.1 I.*.... Apply
among the things they name is unknown. Residence unknown tomorrow at p. m. in the chapelof Ion. Battleship gray porch and 529 EiuaUh Sheet

have done, of course, is the repaving -1.- BERTHA. COHEN and the Lopez Funeral Home. Rev. deck paint $4.50 gallon. Mc. tift"Stxi

of several streets of the ELECTED Joseph Allen COHEN, her husband whose given Oscar Rodriguez of the Cuban Killip Hardware 602 Francis:I II

City. And the work is still going Frear, Jr.. 45. president of a retail name .is unknown.. Residence unknown Methodist Church will officate. Street Phone 1483. dec: -3t'I See our Xmas sprt4is .! Mop.

on; more streets are scheduled j. fuel and milk firm at Donr.I .:t>(:An )t. LAZVRUSand FANNIE Burial will be in City Cemetery. I'I teal fih. etJ..w ..... siedaquarium

to be paved as soon as they I Del, will represent his Ute as II. \4ARfS, bis wife. No. 2141 N. Survivors: son, Ralph Amable, .t 1441 tint S4ret
be can .a Democrat in the U.S. Date \\. balls Street. Portland OregonISAIIEL and grandchild. Donna Jene Am- FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD I I /
got around to. I "* TOBIAS and TO- FURNITURE It APPLIANCES tIedt'a'I
for the next six >hrJ. able I
Before these Commissioners UIAS. her husband whose given
I. name U unknown Residence uo- Pallbearers will be selected i
went into office they promisedthat | Key West coramrt Maid Kt..
know from the Cuban Odd Speed Queen washing machine in
this was one of the things LEGALS T. J. TOBMS and :MRS. T. J. TOBIAS Fellows good condition 4000. Can be I'I Semuiele Inifcsn skIls, Clerk:
they would do, but the his wife whose" given name I Book and its h4w and
general s.Ra1M.
I. Is unknown; No. IT Rutledge Avenue -- seen at 90: Catherine Street I
public, accustomed to the usual \UTU.''-. I'1)1-11 ICTITlOl i'harleston. South Carolina FOR RENT-.APARTMENTS' Phone 858-R. dec8-3t ings, at the Marabou Slw4o
pre-election promises and after- \.Itlh or\Tllr: THOMAS J. TOBIAS. JR. and SIRS Shop in Telegraph Lace Ate.
THOMAS J. TOBIAS, his w ife. whose
election fallings-down on prom- the Mnrit'K HKIlklll .1\KN that given name Is unknown. No. 214adsden Furnished 2%-room apartment limeUd, garlic ...... Iag+lnat
ises, viewed the situation with a!| In busueKS undersigned.under desiring the to fictitious image: Mreet Charleston South Utilities furnished. $25.00 week. FOR SALE-USED CARS candy and turtle swwp.

dubious eye.However I I name of bland Pity Transfer Carolina.ItoKATIO. CHAIN and AMELIA ly. Sea Isle Apartments 915 ..,..........1&
fit Southard hlrttt. Ke 1937 Ford 2-door sedan. Good
) West. Windsor
the Lane
Commissioners Honda, intends CRMN, his wife Residence unknown decl-tf
I t" register said condition. 538 White
have kept their promise. The fictitious name with thr clerk of 30000. HELP WANTED-
streets I the Olnuit Court of Monroe Count, Modern furnished Street d<<4-4tx
are being repaved, and ; Florida II. CHAIN his wife efficiency and MALE OR FEMALE

the, taxpayers are more than Dated XUHmb..r 23, 1S4'*. whose given name is unknown. Residence bedroom apartments. Yearly or

pleased I ,think these Commissioners J::. V. KINSM VNholt. t'AUU unknown IL CRASS and LILLIE season rentaL Pine Plaza 1940 Ford panel truck, excellent: Beautician M-nMmrf ttpH.kir
should be thanked for Oaner.uov.Y4dre.1815,1918.. CIVIV" his wife ".Residence unknown 1301 Truman Ave. nov30-tf condition. $675. Apply 1415 Steady empUymmt MaftHicHair

their work: ._ Pine Street dec -SU .
ANNIE J. CRMN abd Sty rut, 931 Tt MtM) Av*

J P. McDERMOTT. I\ Till ('I IH'I IT fill ItT OP TillrlKlr.MII -: CR\1N.' her hubband whose Ellen Apartments. Electric kitchen., nue. .....31 s

Key West Fla. .IItH'1L C'IIH'II'r name .ia unknown Residence unknown Per day or season. 909 Eliza- For Sale-1941 Buick sedan. In
III' Tilt: S'r.l'r.: .
Nov. 8, 1948.PLEADS. INM> FOIL tlOMiOt: l'OL\T5. J..T LAIR CRMN and MRS St. beth Street dec6-tf excellent condition. New rubber Someone to take Mty nearw IoU I

l\ ClllXfrHl. 4.LA1R.CRA1V. his wife, whose given New paint job. bononutic can go to the "FvMM A belie
farew 1I-ua:. name is unknown, Residence unknown

Editor, The Citizen I'Uintiff EDWARD ('. HONE and \NVAH bath. Maid and janitor'5erv- $1095. 223-A Poincuna. after
,... ell t 111E A. 1IV\VE, his wife Residence uu ices linens and utilities
5 PM. Telephone 1337-W. HELP WANTED-FEMALE
There is nothing worse than to c.uauLlx.tX feOUfc.1, I.noYon.
be Ild'nddnt.onUtn JULIA W.\Lt. 110 WB and Coral Hotel Apart- dec3U
old and
unwanted or poor. ', 01" I'l III.K'\TIO\ HOLE her husband whose given ments, opposite Post Office. I Lady to do buokkrvpMtg In spate
Christmas is just not Christmas TO: armelina Cuban Soler. name Is unknown. Residence unknown -
if you don't have a little of the I! Ii' Kast lllth Mr....t. dec7-21t 1946 Chevrolet convertible time at home H.x AIL The
Nework City. New Turk.You MHsi\. HOWE and Citizen 41(43%
plenty in the United States. ;j are hereby required to ap- HOWE, her husband whose. given Furnished coupe, excellent condition, $1.-
A little more than a week I t |Kar, to the Hill for l>i\one filed name is unknown. Residence un two-bedroom apartment 600. Paul's Apartments Apt
ago ;. against, you in the alxe t\led known.EUtvARD. on second floor. Chil- WANTED TO BUY
an appeal was sent out by thiscommittee cause on or efore the 16th day <>f ('nAnl.IHO""I-: and dren ,50 No. 16, 1129 Fleming Street
accepted $97
to all civic, fraternal ,. lHml..r. .\. II. If4s. otherwise the I ,MRS*. ELRl CH\RLKS HOW. monthly dec6-3tx
and religious allocations tontamed therein will his-.Ue. whose given name is un- plus water and utilities. Phone. Wanted Window .......... .al
groups merchants I I be taken ax confessed.j k n"\ n. Residence unknown (mornings) 1185-R. Phene 141-J. *f* S-8 6.der4.
and individuals, at the same time i j I>one and Ordered at Keext. .\LltERT A. HOWK and MRS.L- 1942 Chetrblct radio gland tires
names and addresses i Florida. this day of \o\ember BERT A. HOWE his wife. ahosegiven decl384t Mx
of the !
:I i .X. D. 1945.Circuit name is unknown.. Residence new paint job. Apply 933
needy, so they could be investigated ( Court Roc C Sawyer, unknown.AMbL.IV. Furnished Fleming St dec7-4U
were asked for. j Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court XNN HoVKY and apartment Electric: MISCELLANEOUS
appeals for baskets Result-I I 15): Kathleen NottaKe, HOMul.. her husband whose gl"ennatn. kitchen. Near beach. Phone

tributions I Deputy Clerk .i U' unknown. Residence un- 753- L dec8-4t 1939 Plymouth coach good tire.*, Washers irons. VMMMM sad
to fill these :: Enrique KMjinaldo, Jr. known.
baskets1 1, '. good condition throughout Call ........
slow. Are Attorney for IMaintiff ".\XIt; ( HOLMKS and raM repaired CTBrlaat
very very we going to j'I nO".11-zt-d".t-II.UI8. HOLMES, her husband whose given 6-room unfurnished apartment at 1445-M or 425 Francis Street 1184-M DtJY2t.11I
let these poor people down* 'I.I name Is unknown 40 Haird bt.
644 William Street (down- ---- -
The sun may be shining for I Ijou I YorH'E IK IN'II:\'I'KIN TO 'I \....: Asheville N C. and FKRNM
JOb THORNK JMHMIN stairs). Apply 1224 Duval Sl Picture framing pselus.. flawed
and but there
me .U'IJLU'TICI'un
is plenty j nLIII" JACKSON. his wife. 1811 North
of heartache and misery hiddenin j.I I HItBE.Probate traodv..nue.. herm..n. Tl"ILLiAM "..... dec8tfFOR 1947 Ford club coupe. All extras and IR tUoM. Drf>.r..'.. til

the shadows of other homes. '0llir( Law 15331IN \\- T. Hl'RD and MRS WILLIAM clean. $165000 Contact Francs Phone II9T-M
OK Tin C'OI1'
These baskets are perhaps the "I lit a:. MOMtllK' 1'111T1. given T name HLRl is unknown.. his wife Residence whose RENT-HOTEL ROOMS R. Long. BM1. BCF. Bit. 630. Ifec4.231a

only ray of sunshine they have IITI-STtTEIF'_ l-IOKIUt. IN I'HO- unknow Phone 240. dec8-3tx
I and each and all of the above- Overseas Hotel low rates. Cof- STORAGE
to look forward to on Christ'sBirthday In re the Fstate of named defendants if living andif
of Peace on Earth. JAMES R. $T1YERS.Ihreasrd. dead the heirs, detlsees. gran- fee shop, bar. decl-lmo 1937 Buick sedan. Call 7O5-J.

I tees. assignees. lienors. creditors.truMees. Red Brick Storage Ce. Furniture
Good Will Toward Men and To All \\liom It Ma\ Com ern other claimants under after 5 P.M. dcc8-3tx
Brotherly Love. I: Notice ix hereby' given, that Kulie such defendants or deceased and all FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND or commercial Phone TM.decl.
I Pitcher Mowerv has filed her final .
claiming interests bt. ROOMS U
Will you share just a mite of j report as Executrix of the estate <>fi through under or against said defendants 1941 Ford convertible club coupe
what you have to make a fellow- i i James 1:. Mowers: dereaso: thatshe deceased or otherwise condition. 1317 Petionia
I filed her uetition for final discharge The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming good SALE PROMISSARY
and all parties havingor claiming FOR -
being happy? Will be j
you I and that ..he... III apply to to hate right, title or interestin I Street or call 262-M after 4:30.
of the first to step right up and the Honorable Pam"nd. I:. Ix.rd I the any following described real Street has an efficiency apt. dec7.3txPontiac NOTES
make a small contribution* County Judge of :Monroe ('ount\. property situate Ding and beingin and several sleeping rooms vacant -

Foodstuffs money toys ;I I, 194 Florida. for on approval the let of day same..r Januart and for. Monroe Count). State of Florida. Low weekly or monthly I Notes (Promisenry Ie..*! Ail-

clothes-Mail all checks to Mrs. I final discharge, a.. Kxe<.utnx of the I to'wit' : (H. Section Twenty- rates. dec7-tf 1934 good condition. man Press Citizen BHg, Phone
Wilhemenia Haney Phone 271 estate of James It. htowerx I iht'8)( Township Ssixtt-fitc I Can be seen at Overseas Market 51.
on this 3t>th day' of S..m..r.IU .
and we will pick up anything you .. i three(55) (;:lt"t..Range containing S.Siairt.s FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND Tel. 419. dcc8-6t
han to offerCHRISTMAS. 111.:I.. : PITt'lIt1 STOUrl.s I and commonly known asItamboo MOTELS LOST
Executrix vf the estate of .
POOR RELIEF James I:. blowers, deceased I I. YOU AND Key"K\CH 01- YOU are FOR SALE-HEAVY I I.'Boy's. Dayton tIokyc-W. Newt

COMMITTEE John U. feawterAttorney for txeiutrix. I hereby required to appear in the Casa Roma Courts. Roosevelt EQUIPMENT for infoinwtton. Phwne 703.1

John Glenwood Sweeting li. alHe entitled cause in the Circuit Boulevard and Flagler. Now des$t a
c.l-8R22,1516.JO'1'll'I : Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit -
Chairman. of the State of tlonda. In and open. Spacious grounds private Repossession Garden tractor

Key West FlaM : 01- t1'eTloh.> t\K-. title for Monroe of whiih Count said *cause. Florida is hereby, the I swimming pooL Apply on with scoop 3 h.p. gasoline engine REPAIRSREFRIGERATIONImmediate

Dec. 7, 1948.TODAY'S. AI'I.LU'TIUt,1t I-IN\L order il premises. dec8-6tx Good
Ills*'|| 'IIC.t. made a part of this as Cost $317. operating
fully ret forth therein..n the 18th d n ..tK ocommemal )
"'r""at" Law 1H.:" condition. Suitable for >eivK-e.
1'C'U' UT OK Pill: ..01 'NT' day of eiember. A. II. 1948. to I FOR RENT-ROOMS Holbrook Rfriger.tioo
BIRTHDAYS ... IM.K. 'I""lICIt: /4ttlNT, answer the Bill of Complaint filed cleaning beach landscapingetc .
HT\Tr. 4lr r.I.4111111%. IN I'ltO- against lou. and each of you. In I Inspect and make bid at S< (Know America) II\Trill eaiii l cause: otherwise a decree pro Rooms and light housekeeping -bt' >>
re the. ..fMatilda toufesso will lie entered against I 524 Southard Strwl Credit
Kenneth Roberts of Kenne- Mendel. iHnis.dTo you and each of )oU. I rooms, $5 to $15 per week. 411 Bureau of Key West
bunkport Maine famous author, I I All whom It Max font'ernNotite : The Hill of complaint riled herein William Street nov27-26tx dec8-lt GARDEN AND LAWN
I Is for the of quieting title I
IM purpose
hereby give that \delaKantor
born in Kennebunk, Maine 63 filed her final .\dmini&tratrix vf plaintiffs with reference to the I
report as
)ears ago.Hervey. : of the evtate of Ma- above described real property.WITNESS I I' Large room twin beds close in.:
Allen of Cocoanut i tilda Mendel. deieaxid that .he m> hand and official Men only. Reasonable rate FOR SALE-BOATS AND Pottery suitable for Urge , .
seal of this Court on the day
Grove Fla, author 'of "Anthony Icharge.I and etition that she for will final apply d isI t--. of November A. fl.. 1S48 I I Phone 1379. dec7-6tx'' MARINE MOTORS Al*, peat ........ Key

Adverse" born in Pittsburgh 59 the honorable Uatnimd K Lord (Seal) R055C SAWYER.Clerk West Garden and Lawn Sup

years ago. ,,. C'ounty Florida. Judge..n the 21th of Monroe day of Count Notelllber ,-. Monroe of the Count Circuit Florida Court I FOR RENT-BOATS Gray marine engines and service ply Co., 914 Fleming St. Phone

Fnske Kimball director of the I 48t for approval aid By: Kathleen Nottage C. R. Smith opposite Firestone 1019 dclf
t fd'f.
Ifor I final discharge as : Deputy Clerk. Station Marathon. decl-lmo
Museum of Arts. Sam Lowe's Boat Rental Service. ,
Philadelphia J Y. lORTR IV.
} trix of the estate of Matilda Mendel -
born in Newton, Mas&, 60 years de.- ad. otidt"r for plaintiffs, I'i New Mercury outboard motors I FOR RENT-STORES
Dated this :30tk day of Notember 413 Fleming btreet.Ktx .
ago. 1948. West Florida. and Ramsey plywood boats and 13Va-foot cypress skiff. New bottom

Joseph B. Phillips noted editoi, ADELA KANTt>R. f DG..11-2'-dec.I.S.UU.1 i r rowboats. Visit. Stock Island freshly painted. Call at Large store, 21ft Simenton. Hde

and correspondent born in PAdu- A"mh'ild..atrix of the estate ofMatilda today and fish your worries I I 1020 White St. after 5 P.M. ReaM>nable. Phone W2, "k tot

eah. Ky., 48 years ago. Memdel.Pee.-1-15.21191 d..d.! SUBSCRIBE TO THE CITIZEN I I way de<'3-6tx I dtc6.31a H>

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I ELKS, SHOP r Standard tfung. y4- I

I BEACHCOMBERS WIN I Will Hold Boxers Friday- + .,

.. Jslaiul City Basketball I Wieners Soft Drink 1 t -

League Gets Under "Hot" I ,1M a Popcorn And Peanuts

LegionTo I Will Be Passed COMMENT\ ON
Way With Three
: Out To SpectatorsShe
Good, Exciting Tilts Oppose SPORTS

fights at NCCS Friday I
Island City Basket Ball League By ED SIMS
Raiders night will be held in a standard
under with three SundayThe I
got way very I
24 foot Boxing Ring floodlighted I
good games. Elks Club won over "hot" American '
Legion from overhead in the professional -
the Junior Varsity in the opener outfit of the Island City Baseball I manner.
by a 38 to 34 score; in the second League will tackle the Red Raid- W-zhmg.
Pntchard's Band will furnish ton the
I f young lads of eight and
the Bob's Sport Shop won ers in the opening game of a
game between bouts and
doubleheader at Wickers (Municipal i. q" music ten play good football There are
over the Pollock's Jewels by a 43 Stadium) Field t i will be provided by plenty of available fields for the
Jo 13 score and in the nightcapthe ernoon. Sunday aft- t .I Louis Anastasio. USN, baritone various young teams to play on
Beachcombers Jewelers won I and Roy Snyder the Radio hillbilly and every weekend they can be
revamped and
"over the Billies' drive in by a I. sonster seen scampering all over the
Legion club has
score of 50 to 24. won its last two i Steve Buchweitz. SOSN. hs city's parks playgrounds and
games one from the Bomber 44a trained down to the light-heavy- I I even on the Malt It adds up to a
and the other from
the Key West 1
In the opener the Elks won the Clowns. weight class, and his proposed lot of daddies getting excited
first three quarter and the Varsity The losing aggregations match with Mercer, heavyweight, i when Junior U carrying the
are considered strong outfits, especially ) has been re-arranged. Buchweitz -
Boys wou the last quarter by I maiL -
the Clowns, and the Legion '
even points but the damage was -| s opponent will be deter- i But here in the nation's No.
already done. Nunez was high boya deserve a lot of credit : mined tonight, and Scontrmo. 11 i city, an incident popped up In
scorer with a total of 20 points in taking them into camp Now !I who tips the scales at 185, will ; November which might be worth
.that was two more than the rest I' the Legionnaires need only a I I meet the redoubtabe Mercer, I noting. A student at one of
victory over the Raiders to completely i holder of championships I
t the club scored. For Varsity : many : Washington's high schools suddenly .
Oropesa scored 12 and Cooper subdue the opposing cir- i I f I in the main event. I i iI admitted after being cornered .
: scored 10 to lead the Varsity, Jr. cuit teams. j I Weiners and soft drinks popcorn I.I that he was playing football -
Kaki Rodriguez will .. : and
probably peanuts will be vended
Score by quarters: f. ---- under an assumed name,
Jr. Varsity 6 4 11 13 24. get the assignment to pitch Sun- j (vP) Wirephoto I through the bleachers by a bevyof I I after being a star at another
Elks Club 8 10 14 -38 day for Legion and Gabe Lastres, j .1 usherettes, who will also seat : school in his regular high school
Field goals: Cooper 5, Baker I, the pitchnig policeman, will LOIS DRIVER. year-old beauty contest winner from Sorrento. I the patrons and distribute programs I days. He had carried his team
.**. Ortpesa G J, Zorsky 1, Shepperd 2 ably start for the Raiders.In prob-1' Fla- decorates her own Christmas tree at Miami Beach. ; all of Key West sports-I to the brink of a championshipseason
Fernandez 1, Kerr 2, Nunez 9t the second game of She won the title of Miss Merry Christmas and a three day tripto dam is expected be present I I and all this was lost
the Atomic Bombers will The advance sale of tickets has .
Castillo 2, Valdez 4. ernoon
when declared
.f Miami Beach in the contest conducted by merchants at was ineligible.
Free throws, Ingraham 2, Kerr cross bats with the Clowns. Orlando Fla. exceeded all expectations. Tick- i That began a discussion of
1: Nunez 2, Valdez 1. I Clowns will probably have a ets may still be obtained at Lou high school football and the
.. Free throws missed: Cooper 2, good'team on the field despitethe -- ----- ---- - Carbonnell's Luncheonette and t ages of players in Washington.

pitughtry 2, Oropesa 1, Ingra-J fact that the regular playerswill THE \MIUSS\DOR AM THE PIG Bob's Sport Shop. I It is a subject of interest all
ham 1, Nunez 4. travel to Coconut Grove fora over the country, in colleges.
.'. Personal fouls: Baker 1, Orope- weekend game. Red Dean may -.-.-- THE LOW DOWN well as in high schools. Some
ju I, Fernandez 3, Ingraham 2,1 remain here to pitch for the : ai ](I sports officials here feel that
Kerr 3, Nunez 1, Castillo 1, ValI I Clowns and he will probably be : 1 m .r students over twenty years old
dei 2. Timer Tallon. Referee J. !I opposed by Sweeting of the 1 (_ M I should not be allowed to play

V. Woodaon; umpires Domenach, Bombers. HICKORY GROVE i!i high school football. They say
scorer AguilarIn .
i i such a rule would even competition

I How Stand +ll I Now folks, the election is over j in many cases and lessen
They I .
the second the Jewels .
game -we have picked the Captain- ;, injuries in the long run. The
started out in the lead with 11 also the crew. Some of the crew j point is worth consideration.
point to five in the first quarter: LOCAL BASEBALL are clear of eye--some are of 22 1 I!: The college limit-on ages of
They scored eleven in the secondto football competitors-should be
under the
: gauge and sneaked in ?!
It for the Sport Shop boys, but Key West Senior Baseball League tent as the big, free outdoor ex- 25 years old. If no player older
in the third quarter the Bobs I (Municipal Stadium) I hibition took place at the Main :than this were allowed to com

went wild and scored seven goals I I Club- W L. Pet .a Entrance. But, by-and-Iarie, the pete, it would take KMT* of the
and two free throws to just two I Key West Clown 5 2 710 t crew is average, 1 reckon, and : professional out of college foot-
field goals for the Jewels, in the Red Raiders 4 3 .568 being n our payroll now, it is up !s I ball and also lessen injuries-it
last quarter the score was Bob's l Atomic Bombers 3 4 .426 to every mother's son of us to I, is said here An age limit of 34
Ik. Jeewls 4. I J American Legion 2 5 283 tell the guy we elected just, might be even better.
High scorer was Roberts with I actly what we want done. ex-I I Such a rule would stop the
7 goals and one free throw : BASKETBALLClass ae take your pen in hand. practice of bringing in the old
Mcador had five goals, and 1 free "A" Leagu. If 51 people of each 100.say to i I I hardened pros for the fall semester
throw, for the Jewels, Skaggsured Club- W. L Pet their man there we want to go i after which they flunk
... 10 point and Ketchins 9. Bob's Sport Shop 1 0 1.000 like England-have the Govt be i out The purpose of this U to get

Bob's Sonar School "A" 0 0 .000 the Big Cheese-make everybodymore them only for the football team.

Box Score: Coca-Cola ___ _. ...: 0 0 .000 a or less a drone-then thatis Some of these beauties are 30
,. PlayerFa FT PF PTS Pollock's Jewels 0 \ .000 t; what we will have. But if 51 of years old, some have children tn
Vgador.-f: ._ 5 1 2 t 1McC3wn'f' { Class"B" League each 100 say nix-we want to provide for and all are making
..._.. 0 0 1 0 I Club- W. L. Pct. see the Govt brought back to the a professional thing out ef a

Lynn f 0 3 2 3 Elks Club ___ 1 0 1.000 style that our great grandpa and college sportIn
Garcia, f _u 0 0 0 0 Beachcomber 'Jewelers 1 0 1.000 :6y George Washington gained for 1 f Washington, the young fellows
Roberts, c .. ... 7 1 1 15 Sonar School "B" 0 0 .000 tie us, then we will have that kind of eight and ten years
Flenner, c ... 1 0 0 2 Junior Varsity 0 1 .000 'of GovtIt I play in different football leagues.
\'illareal, g. _- 1 0 0 2 I Billie's Drive-Ins- 01 .000 i is that simple. Congressmen r The red shirts play the green
S tting. g ._ 2 0 2 4 I ,I are alert to votes can detect shirts, never the older black

UarUr. g 3 0 2 6 -- .-.-- 'em, day or night, via postcard I!I socks, etc In this way the
4'31 I Sports Calendar .jpI WirephotoSIR telegram, or how. So don't go' games are fairly even and enjoyed -
.Total 19 5 10 around blaming Congress-blame I i by all That is the way

Jewels SKATING OLIVER FRANKS (left), the British ambassador to the I your own self if this Nation goes t stars ale born not in being subjected -

Player' FG FT PF PTS Barriew Park. Night United States gingerly pats a squealing pig held by Donald into a bedlam-you didn't write to a battering from. older
Skaggs. f 4 2 1 10 FRIDAY farm Ames. tl and lay down the law to your i, heavier and harder play.... The
Quinn. foreman of the Iowa State College swine at
H 'V Smith, f 2 0 0 4 9:00 man there on the meandering ,1 system used here is worth the
7 30 to
: p.rn. The ambassador the farm trip.
is visiting on an inspection
Kitchins c 4 1 2 9 Big River. Those guys are not as I consideration of every high
W. Hemcks, c 1 0 1 2 -------.- --------- --_ _. --..-- I simple as some of 'em sometimes : school and college in the taunt
Ed Woodson. g 0 0 0 0 Afternoons sfeem-they just haven't heard [
P. llemcks, g .. 1 3 3 5 BaTview Park. COAST GUARD SPEEDS CONG: $ ESS'I.\ 1 from you. pry.

II Sthonetk, g 0 0 2 0 and Nights _.._ ..,- a.. 1 Yours with the low down |i of the nation there are stow 34.-
Daily play. r a'c 7--: c rbf" '" -; -:: SZ.r. Jo SERRA. ';1000,000 pupil Both of these.

Total 12 6 9 30 figures are official-have been
Score by quarters: SHUFFLEBOARD : I I printed in the Soviet press and
Bub's Spt. Shp. 5 11 16 11-43 I (Bavview Park) ; ; l l. \ Russia Gives : were repeated by Fvreiin Mitter *-
: j jf
Politicks Jewels 11 11 4 4-30 Daily play.SENIOR. t" [ Mwlotov ID his n* *h Ml
c Free throws missed: Lynn 2, t I Student Totals November 6 -and both represent
: Villareal 1. 2 1 BASEBALL the highest enrollment w date
Sweeting Barber ., ....u'... ,,
''" ''' \
Skaggs 4. Smith 2, Referee Domertech Municipal Stadium. Afternojn ..:',''<. 1'; MOSCOW m This year recorded in the Soviet Union
t ....:.. a. < '
Umpires, Woodson, time SUNDAY, DEC. 12- I 1 -:&. I I there are 730,000 full-time stu-
Tallun, scorer Aguilar First Game-American Legionvs. dents in higher educational institutions Jean J. C. Sibelius famed Ftanish -
Red Raiders. ; in the Soviet Union In computer. born tt yean

In.the third and last game the Second Game-Atomic .omb- MtrAL I primary.. and secondary _schools ago __ ... ___
Ueathcombers won over the Bit-] er$ vs. Key West Clowns.. ,. .
lie Drove In by a 50 to 25 sc$rg. SUNDAY, DEC: 19- x 'r .
The Drive in boys played a gnat first Game-Atomic Bombersvs.
game in the first quarter and itaemed I American Legion. # e
as if they were going to I Second Game Key West
give them a run for the money, Clowns vs. Red Raiders.
but in the second and last quarter I SUNDAY, DEC. 26-
folded up and only could score First Game-Kev West Clownsvs.
two puinU in each quarter, Vil American Legion.
lareal and Sanders were the highkcurers Second Game-Red Raiders vs.
of the game with 13 Atomic Bombers. r : Yf

punts each Hernandez scored 8. SUNDAY, JAN. 2- x I
Fur ttte liters Bazu scored 8 and First Game-Key West Clownsvs. I ,
Frank 8 points to lead the drive- Atomic Bombers.

in buys Second Game-Red Raiders vs. '
Sore by quarters: American Legion. ,
Bs ,
:nIIIt'S Drive-in 12 2 8 2-24 First Game-Red Raiders t
Field goals: Osterhoudt 2, Key West Clowns. \\Y ae
\Krruindez I : 2, Ingraham 1, Villa- Second Game-American Le-

..n.>al 6, Dementt 3, Romero 2, gion vs. Atomic Bombers.BASKETBALL I II I
Sander&S. Wallace 1. Frank 4, c Lit .
.v.uu 5, Cardova I, Henson 1. rf
"-f'n'8 throws: Hernandez 4, Vil- .
I4J'M 1. Sanders 3 High School Gymnasium
Personal fouls: Osterhoudt I, (Night) I "
VilUreal 2. Demeritt 2. Romero 1, Y7:00Pollock's- I :P Wirephoto
Wallace 2, Hall 11. Stout 2, Frank Jewels vs. Sonar I
1, & .o 3, Cardova 3, Henson 2, School "A". REP. RICHARD M. NIXON Republican of California hops to a
Free throws missed: Hernandez 8:00-Junior Varsity vs. Sonar I I crash boat to go ashore at Miami Fla.. from a Coast Guard paIne

Villareal 1. Demeritt 1, Sanders School "B". which took him off a Panama.bound ship in the Caribbean Sea.
4. Frank 1. Bazo 2. Cardova 9:00-Bob's Sport Shop vs. He is hurrying to Washington for a meeting of the UnAmerican FOR HOME or
t. lfenson 3. Timer Tallon. Referee Coca-Cola.
Activities CommiUee of the House. A nary plane rushed
Woodson, Domenech. THURSDAY I I
him from Miami
to Washington.
Scorer. AguilarOrphans. 7:00 comber-Elks Jewelers.Club vs Beach I COMMERCIAL USEWe
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8:00-Sonar School "B" \"->. Bil- to classes. The pupil stiffish in
Aided lie's> Drive-Ins. Prexy Trades Are Prepared To Furnish You With
'' "' a starched white shirt and conservative -
9:00-Sonar School A vs.
Coca-Cola. suit, ran the front of- Clear, Pure CUBES or CRC'SUEU ICE
VICENZA. Italy Two sisters
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orphaned at an early age, fice.
who were having a hard time Baked stuffed potatoes are par- Commented Bickers: "Being Inc.
111. ; -Dr. Er- Thompson Enterprises
both ends \
nuking meet von one I I.of ticularly delicious when a little president is easy.4 could call on ,
the I land Nelson of Car-
top prizes in a recent president '
added to do the work:
finely grated onion is to three secretaries
ir**" ing ot Italy's soccer pool Toylaura thage college, and John Bickers (ICE DIVISION)
the stuffing along with butter or Countered Nelson: "A studentslife
and Bruna Meneguzzi 20 a junior, traded places for a day. PHONE NO. KEY WU",. FIX
and U rt.p-eC'\ivtlly, went 16,000.- margarine, salt freshly ground The prex. chewing gum and is gay and carefree I didn'tr&alize

(00 uc $20,750). ___ __ pepper, paprika and hot milk. wearing a pullover sweater, went.. our coeds were so pretty"



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aT JrutA NEWS t Busy Week With Activities And I II Evening To Be Held At Home. Of J'!I TOD1\r5.

LESLIE Opportunity
Pllones. The Citizen Office-Sl I Planning Further Events This Week I Of Mrs. Albert Mills, Angela StreetThe BIRTHDAY :

Relidence-629-XJ i Yesterday afternoon from 200p : I as projectionist through the efforts regular monthly meetingof Garden Club meeting will be a I U. S. DepL SaysJACKSONVILLZ. } [

"' liIIDIIIIIUIJImmumullIl1D1lll'UlllunuIUIIIUIImII! m. until 5:00: p. ro, the Mar- of Mrs. Eileen Coughlin, the Key West Garden Club fine treat for members and pros
Ed Dress Shop beehive of Executive will be held tomorrow evening at pective members of the C1uh> u Fia. D.r IrXSL
IJIH'r was a Secretary to National l'
Meeting Of Key West : 8 o'clock, and due to the fact that Mrs. Mill garden personifies the ( -.riarfcU' Is the land af oavpartiality .. JIAM CHfttfftUfWtm
activity, with the six. members Catholic ,
Community Service, DM. a I*** m
the Woman's Clubhouse rooms aims and ambitions of the club and undrrrtoped rwsources. -
If'" """,'. Club Held : of Navy Wives Club No. 88, who {:who is commander of the Mon on Duval street are being used members. Get in oa the frmuM, iMU .r* P4iaMiPiiras
Yesterday i are to model In the fashion show roe County Cancer Drive which for rehearsals of the Junior Wo In addition to other matters to flee by aUruac. ywwr ewe ** *4.. C Ie..sw

Afternoon' At Duval St. Clubhouse i at the culb's sponsored dance at I will begin in April. 1949 man's Club Tollies of 1949"'. the be discussed at tomorrow night's buainesa or furtttar dw.4>.- S Ig.jseaij
meeting will take place insteadin meeting further plans wiU be the
t one
akwady bavrsuuests
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I i the La Concha Rainbow Room This film showed
, fl. .n-h..r... ".*rtlrui of the I II on cancer and the lovely garden of the home brought forth for the Flower I the U. S. Depart meM ,4 i, $ I p
.....* Woman'* Club was I I lies briefly of the forthcoming Tol i I Friday night December 10, 1948.t I it's fundamental process of of Mrs. Albert Mills, Angela and I Show and there will also be the Commerce whirh lies avaiiabto e0I.

MM |,.U "Ur afternoon. at the J of 1949" to be presented next trying on this dress, that sports: growth the danger signals vari- Simonton streets. Plant Identification session thatis I at its Jaekawtvtll Office, US .

(to******* w ftival street," with I I week by the Junior Woman's outfit, suit or formal with much i symptoms_ etc. were clearly This change of setting for the J of great interest. I Federal BuOdwc. a '., a pem

****>* membfra new members I: Club and other activities of the "o-o-ohing" and "ahing" from I explained. It was also shown --.- -- publications on ertabbahwf MM -k
aarf g4mu" present. and with I Junior Club.I other customers in the shop. The how X-ray radium and surgery operating various I knee of b. .M '
ft*** Le. 6 d .. a.--. ............ I use $5 00 for the purchase of tu- >secretary Mrs. Frances Schim-I this dread disease. Further information sucreed. A bat ., .....* a tMi )
...N .*. tK* program for the'I!berrolasis stamPs this year and meyer and parlimentarian Mrs.i and all doubts may be Left On Cuba Nllvalllospilal eatKMia well b. lumiifcx .. n "-S

............ w*. the introduction Mrs. Baillod was appointed by I Kathleen Abenante were also cleared up by contacting your quest :.
V ..... KV* Navarro of Dr. J Mrs. Goddard to serve as chair present to witness this parade of local health clinic or by writingto Plane Tuesday An eight pound. thirteen ounce iI se.4 a*
Lanit>.| Utor Jr. who spoke man of the committee to provide I clothes the love of which is so the American Cancer Society daughter was born in the U. S. I[ Perry L. Crwbr. emr mmut I 14., 1 ,flI-U I I1n

*<.'mir i Is the Club about the I twenty-five Christmas gifts for i close to every woman's heart. 711 Stovall Office Building. Leaving yesterday for Cuba Naval hospital to Mrs. CatherineZink I and artist. rrtr uT 'i4k,..... I -4 .'-w-* '
gg4. MM| ., the establishment patients at the Naval HospitaL I The president of the club had Tampa Florida. aboard Aerovias "Q" S. A. plane wife of Lt Turner O. Zink, I born in Brooklyn N Y, ff ,... I ViMtarf ttte l .a *i4
m Ray Wt U a btuod bank. and Mrs. Baillod is Citizenship chair- called a board of Director's.f After the showing of the cancer for Havana were: USS Gilmore Naval Station. The agx I
.*.**. mA I*. W-. ', Club t'Ohrn'UaI'7- man of the local Club. I Meeting for the afternoon but film, the club was also hos- Rogelio Perez RosaheinaI baby has been named Mary Jane I .

*tf t J* .... *,ty II Members yesterday were for' with the excitement in the air, tess to a Stanley Home Products I Guerrero Mario Guerrero Fanny A seven pound one ounce son '1Ofl.t'SANMEItS.tItIS Howl
...B whw.. pCtty..Cv* tunate indeed to meet Mrs. A. F.' with all the trying on of the Party. which was highly entertaining I Hernandez, Leopoldo de Cardenas was born to Mrs. Evelyn Fa1 na- t : Register
9r i>....r Arthur of Homestead who The I chek wife of Alpheus Falenschek. $ ; :
men spoke on the is director various outfits only a short impromptu many useful pro- Francisco Garcia, Luis Diaz
9.-... 'w w fif c, ffiunvuMtfly I I of District I I. Florida Federation i meeting was held. dusts were explained and each James Hollingsworth, Mabel Hol- CSI. USS ODAX. Naval (Know America) I This Means 'Y.i

|n>iK t*. anowing of the I of Women's Clubs and, The models then went to the article was viewed by everyone hngsworth. Andrea Fontamlla Station. The child has been 173-Eti WtMtMt' .. i

**jy m ining taehiueolor film I' who.gave a short and informal Rose Bootery, where they were present Mrs. Diddy Raven was I Yolanda Mora Jack Jacot Lorraine named Roger Wayne. the cotton' g+... wbrh ....... I ,..4 ff.**. IViamllMM
fgut TVe aKbwing' of this address about the splendid women fitted for shoes to go with their.demonstrator. Jacot William Huback, I t A six pound six ounce sun was a greet influent on Are'ee
.. ....I lee... ......&N fur by I' who are the active heads of different changes of costume for After the demonstration, refreshments Drennard Baya. Charlotte Baya, born to Mrs. Olga Oakey. wife of I history, burn Wi....... ,... Jiiw-I. ..".,

I* $ "g1" a*. lrofewonalnCTo the state organization. and the I the show. Mrs. Ralph Dickson were served which Elsie Moss Rosie Miller William Eugene S. Oakey, EN2. USS Sea Died in New Haven Oa ... ..... .f fA >
.. I great help that is available from: wife of the proprietor of the had been brought by the Mes- Moss, Ricardo Zenoz, MercedesCar Leapold Naval Station. The baby 125.lll .
:; ...aI.. men U4d of the : them. Beachcomber, will view the dames'Teresa Braxton Dorothey i Ho, Sara Pertierra, Curtis has been named Eugene Stephen i -Ehhu Bum, ........ I. t

..::: .4 BMOiet. II. Flondan Mrs. Stark. recording secretary clothes the models are to wear Bickel. Madelene Taylor and Pendley, Odie Pendley, Theodore Jr. his day as...... Worn. *... bi.ikseiltt $5 Christmas!
.< Women'* Club spoke of the annual fruitcake 1 the night of the show and choose Vera Wood. Klett Enrique ValL ..* because be ...*>.i... .
..... ... 9&M PH.T..I members I sale by the Business and, appropriate jewelry from the The evening was educationalas n. P. W. Meeting i more than M .language ppiag Gift
f <*W ..... *tub had attended on Professional Women's Club the: Beachcomber to go with each well as entertaining and I his trade author, nfctorI ......... II AwardJACK
AHMgmav" i IMh M Fort Lauder4 proceeds of which will be used:I ensemble Two of the prizes to everyone present expressed ReligionsFilm Next I I peace advocate" .bnm Now .I
...k a4 at** rvgarding. the lun.I I for the establishment of a Scholarship i be given at the dance on Friday themselves in this vein. Wednesday: 1 I tain. C nn. Died Ma+Hi .. |*r.. I' ( $.T.IN, I'M. WIM

*.. .l .. IMljrwu Hotel Fund and Mrs. Greyburn:I night are to be chosen by the The club will hold its monthly AtNCCS It has been announced that the IK8-Henry ',..,.,..... awot J.ei ..
..* rVaM HuMywood. when Pinder .treasurer, gave a report: licky winners from the Beachcomber ] business'meeting tomorrow at I Ii i Business and Professional Wo : laureate of the ConMrrar* a'
.... w a* ....--.ii the matter of club finances including the I I 2:00 p. m. at the N, C. C S. hall Tonight men's Club of Key West shy. gentle soul, burn in fhorto* r. ...i Ih.iMer s.IH' .
*. **... |.iartir.patMMi of the very encouraging sales of the cook I Stell's Beauty Nook is to do the i on Duval street. All wives of ; will hold their meeting next I ton. S. C. Died. Cubjmbta. ft. i: .*IISIIV TIS.I $ l
.W -**' Oub m t*. convention book, which already amount to i hair styling of the models so I enlisted personnel, retired or reserve I i NCCS will present "Christ the Wednesday night. Dec 15, at the Oct .. 1117.1366Henry.
to V bM. neat ApriLs' more than a thousand dollars. after the shoe fitting the girls I Ii are cordially invited to attend I King" tonight at 8:30: through the Woman's Clubhouse on Dora T Mayo the BAKER'S
*... **. -. Mrs. Goddard Usually at the December meeting I I went to her shop to make their, After meeting and becoming -: cooperation of Chaplain O E. street at 8 o'clock I Navy's wb. ft.V a I...K..| tuur to be artb4 of the club. Mr. and Mrs.:i appointments. The second prize'I acquainted with the members Sporrer, Chief Chaplain. I I Since this meeting takes place World War L. bernie Builin. ; NURSERY
.4 ...... delegate to I I George Mills most visitors return and be- This story of the travail of our Vt Died
White lead the singIng :I of the evening is a permanent ,' on the first night of the presentation -I ton. Feb. 31. 1MT ..
II' 1ft _* t"Mt'teIt Key of Chrtstmas Carols, but Mr. from Stell's so her artistry will come full-fledged members of, Lord should be seen by every- of the Junior Woman's IftU-Wittiain Henry. 0'I \.'.., I Mt& A..... V'
aIIs. $s.. Ett* Patterson is Mills I I the club. The club hold one: one during the season of Advent. Club "
was unfortunately ill yesI I! also be able to be seen. I I "Follies of 1949. and be- I nell. famed Button Roman P'"C
.....:Ma .. *.it dtooP&rabIr'Om- !, MarI business meeting a month, the' It is a remarkable film and the Catholic Cardinal .
terday and therefore unable to be Mrs. Edna Miller of the I cause so many are members of bum >n Lv
buw hi .t Key West dinner present However. there was I t Ed Shop is furnishing three;,second Wednesday the other new, revised version has attracted I both organizations, it is expected I, weU. Mas Died AnrU %2. a.... ---
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I comment I
the -
conven-,, music and very nice music, be- other models for the show, and three or four meeting days are I I that most of them will change
.. ... h.e ..... :: sides. Leona Moreland a young !! these three with the six Navy spent in bingo, games speakers: A Weiner Roast will be held their reservations for The Fol Gift They'll Be Proud to Reeiftt. J
....... ,..... c-hairnwn' singer of great promise and the' Wives culb members, are to hold I and other entertaining ways. after the movie, to which all lies" to the second night of thelatter's -
... .... ...I.r and of I.' servicemen and NCCS Junior
ipurtI. The club membership is Dec. 8th.
possessor of a soprano voice of I i|a rehearsal on Wednesday night grow showing.
..-J.. to Ww fart Hut the re- singular clarity and beauty sang at 8:00: p. m., at the La Concha. I'i ing rapul/y, but due to the rapid Hostesses are invited
-- r' ...i. .heM. by the Club three numbers accompanied by I I The six members of the club are turnover of Navy personnel as TODAY IN HISTORYKnow I

WI a sli-u-u ...... and that Mrs. Emeline Bodler at the pi-I the Mesdames Esther Cain Hel-I I new members come into the "The Messiah" 1 %;e -
rtoeM tK. Key West She Cherwa, Genevieve Duke [i club other members are trans: ( America)
ano. en
.. ...... *'- .....,. were rv* sang very Sears ferred. Three members are 1801President Jefferson'smessage i ,
"How Do I Love ; Jacqueline Hillier. Jayne I I To Be Heard
..... NT $.. a... On. of theseStuneman I A' .
d'Arte and "At the beautifUIlY'1 and Jeanne Reynolds. The names, leaving the club this month due to Congress read in ee .sei
.. .... MrjHr.e |I will tlu Mrs. Kathleen Presidents'! /oiF
Several new of the other three models be1(| to cause. December 17It person previously .

511..n B.tcK writer>..*,. auonate another troduced yesterday. including furnished later in the i:i Abenante.will be club parliamentarian.before had 1903-Prof.sent written Samuel messages.P. Langley I I ...... ...--...
fashion leaving possibly
f Mrs. Ralph Paynecraft. Mrs. W.I This dance and ,, has been announced that the f
Mw at LaM.lMr Hume fem Oliverwtto Jour. M Curry Mrs. Magdalena Yates promises to be one of the outstanding | Christmas; Mrs. Dorothy Davis, presefitation date of "The Mes- for the second time, attemptsto
D.514 : Mrs. Bradley Sweeting Mrs. events of December and >i a comparatively new member siah" oraoriob, : the Key West catapult a power-driven,

,..,sisa.I $.. U wishes.>>>k in to a William. Lee and Miss Ceil a record crowd is expected. Al I 1 left Saturday for California,, an4 p- J fsMiir, article by Weintraub. small admission will be charged :i Mrs. Genevieve Ewing, program December 17th, at 8 o'clock, at succeed 5 days later.1917Jerusalem .
Vfeitors at the meeting -in at the door. The Coral Isle Sere- chairman for the club for the past the First Methodist (Stone) surrendered yb
.... All uI ..... .letters were i iJ
furnish the i three months leaving within Church. the Turks to the British.
V to the Cook' eluded Mrs. Alexander Husband naders are to music ,is I I
J:{ ... ......nary....., si.. Mrs. W. C Chapman Mrs. Vance and Mr. Gerald Finder is to be the next day or so for Washington -I. A full rehearsal will be held 1918-At German request ,i _
; a.. .. proud Baswell. Mrs. Merle Sutton, master of ceremonies for the( D. C.. where her husband is I. next Tuesday evening, December14th American forces rushed to Co- I _
.. ... ..''e lu44srs received from IMM I Arlington Va, Mrs. C. W of'I'I evening. to attend gunnery school. at the Church.Calendar blentz to preserve order
7Iii wile *f the Preatf ; Mrs. R J. Stamfl ,and Mrs. The club was hostess Monday I This turnover is to be expectedbut I'' 1920--KDKA. East Pittsburgh
sqt O.W.' (bem was written*'I Wise of Columbia, S. C. night, December 6. 1948 at 8:00p. : it always comes as a shock Of begins regular nightly radio con:
I to the showing of a very I when it is announced but new' certs-a landmark in radio his-
..... O.rd thanking her'another Decorations for the clubrooms m. .
... .. ca.II.: -d to yesterday were done by Mrs I fine film on cancer, at the Mon-I members continue to come into I' Coming Events tory.1937.Countrys steel A-.c ........
.. ... PM4.waIdIR. who made Norberg: Thompson and Mrs. Albert -': roe County Health Clinic's Auditorium I the club. so the membership is output

..III-.. .....rt rake that was I Mills and following the with Mr. Tony Martinez I I kept at about the same figure. I WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8- I at 1941-Congress'some 27 per cent declaration of capacity of 1 ..... ...... .

.. .be f ***dent and meeting a social hour was heldin Meeting, Jr.-Sr. High School President ,
war on Japan signed by -
kAsnsbt Han the during which
rvwent visit tot dining-room. P.-T. A, 8:00: P.M High I Roosevelt at 4:10.: p. m. ' M** TruoMtn was very sandwiches fruit cake dainties "Follies Of 1949" And OIlier School Auditorium. Christ- I 1943-U, S. 5th Army takes
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.Mb b*!*) the cak and : rookies and punch were served. mas Program, with Rev. I Mount Casino in Italy.1944Americans .
... HAMaa I Mrs. Aquilino Lopez, Jr., presidedat
Discussed At James MacConnell the Sear
I Meeting giving in
WIlt ,..... .... If
I. Harvey spoke the punchbowl.EIrs. Message. Members and slowed down by German coun

__ ,_ u ._____ Of Junior Wonum's Club Last NightThe friends invited to attend. .ter-attacki. L.-.. ."'-
Regular meeting.. Hospital 1945-United Auto Workersreject

(:'fYfux/// Holds FIIII Night regular monthly meeting ret for the cast of the "Follies' to Auxiliary, 4:00: P.M., Monroe\ Truman's request to end .............. ...
of the Key West Junior Woman's I I be held immediately followingthe County Hospital. General Motors strike. 'ONGeeI

Fur Mfinliers And Gnests Of Local Club was held last night at 8:00: I performance on Thursday Bingo Party, sponsored by ..,. It..... .e4
Navy Wives Club No.
o'clock at their clubhouse with I 88. Your
I night December 16, at Raul's South Beach Restaurant Pa- Horoscope I11
Mrs. Betty Saunders president .
ft/jx f/j<..*, Professional Women's Club presiding. II Club. tio, 8 p. m. Public invited. 8,1 t, _ ', .

Regular Meeting, Arthur Saw- WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER :9 .. .. ,..
A ... Reports were heard from all There was also discussed the 1 % .... .
Fun Night fur memut -I projects which all BPW members 1948 This
day produces a strung
r Post No. 28 American -
yer ,
of 1849"
chairmen of the "Fellies Junior Woman's Club annual Tea
... .... .-4s the lucid BusWUllwn'- are assisting in attaining I and Frank Lloyd director for the I Dansant to be held on Christmas Legion 8:00 P.M., Post Homeon mentality. The mind u penetrating wIThA'I ..8Sb444 .bl.
.*MW a4fe ............... .| Fortune telling by Mrs. Grace I I "Follies" gave a short talk deal- Day, always a lovely affair. Stock Island. Initiation I concentrated soil very am I '$0
Crosby huge successes bitious. The disposition-is: enter. .... ... .. ..
Ceremony. .
MM R$ l.I b.nitdy eve- fur the BPW Club and its mem- ing with the rehearsals stating It was revealed that the rum-' ,
It that much
a4 (fee haw.*. trf Mr and Mrs. t bers that they are progressing very mage sale held by the Club last "Christ- the King." Film Showing prising. is probable
Csks to increase lei The list included satisfactorily indeed. week, of which Miss Cora Lee NCCS 8:30: P.M., followed success will be attained during
guest : possibility:
with that
... re. fund t Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hamilton Plans were completed at the Curry was chairman was a very by Weiner Roust Servicemen early life a
later results not
.pknaIrLg had gone Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lumley Mr. meeting last night for the Caba- successful one. and NCCS' Junior Hostesses satIsfactory. may prove so *I ; L19-us. .... 4IWITTNMI ...

... party M 11<<...*.... to by | and Mrs Fred Miller, Mr. and ---- ------ --- .
** MKftlbatM Tilt at tM e present.jtie I Mrs. Rutt Mr. and Mrs. Albert 1--- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9th- John Jay Corson. the Washington I I'I.Mw.
uf which Wives, Bowled Last Tuesday Meeting, and Showing of Films '43'
-- was Carey Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stark D. C. Post journalist and _
..MIIU4 to aowl to each guest, I Mrs. Mal garet Bonamy, Mrs. Jean Audubon Society, 7:30: P.M., former UNRRA officul born in s\ ...... ...... ...
.. ... t4scougiut theM Mrs. Alice I Morning At Naval Station; AlleysNavy at Pomciana School Audi' |
=:. 'I Jjtctph Miss Marie, Hartel Mrs.Robinson Anita ... tonum. Washington, 43 years ago. I 1 T : $ '

a....... who serves this Roberta, Miss Fern Hawkins, Mrs Wives Bowl- 2lines 18 DC I lenging other women's teams to Sewing group. Hospital Auxil- Tt T _. __
I I Lucille Blais high bowler This league bowling is tar)', 2 p. m., Monroe County ___ :=-_ '4 -
=.1.- M rfcawman of the V Mae Douglas: Mrs. Grace Crosby. was I games. t "- ...........
... ?t..Hy Committee Mrs. Mae WaMon, Mrs. Eva with a score of 181 at the Navy j, held on Friday from 9:00: a. m to Hospital The Little White House
a.l .... LuriU llrdaway as : Newhouse, Mrs. Lucille lIarda- Wives Tuesday morning bowling I twelve noon and anyone interested Meeting, Garden Club to beheld .
M* .* M 4iu have definite i I way Mrs. Mary Graham Mrs. at the alleys on the U. S. Naval in league bowling is requested at Home of Mrs. Albert j Restaurant I
to Mnrfc m the aciiMnplishth -I 1 Anita Gato. and Mrs. Wilhelmina I I Station. Vivian Driver was second I to come to the alleys at Mills Angela and Simonton 1208 SIMONTON STREET
..... .. *.... iuiiwuty rity I Harvey with a score of 150 and that time. Streets:, 8:00 P.M .
,, Jayne Sears third. with a score I Team Four the Blue Demons, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10th- I WILL OI'ENVci1.ietav :
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of 14 1. I played the Keglers, Team No. 2 Dance and Fashion Show spon- Ut't" 8
I I This weekly bowling is .still I: at last week's session, beating sored by Navy Wives Club I'
Held ; And All Foods Prepared by Chef ot
Jnyshws Meeting drawing interested Navy wives I them two out of three games. No. 88, La Concha Hotel.
Cuban Pavilion of 1339 World'sFair.
I as there is to be turkey' bowl on Mrs. June Tucker a memberof Concert Key West High School
IIri"I On Monday Evening I Tuesday, December 21, with elig I the Keglers was made league Band and Community Band. New York City. I

-- ibility for bowling for the turkey treasurer at last week's games. 8:00: P.M., High School Audi- Thankn- i'ervs i OPEN EVERY EVENING UNT1. cWM
A -..__ -.' the Jayahee was Phyllis Higgs and Mrs. Mary:I dependent on the number of The league is raising a trophy torium. FOR YOUR IHOPl cov
MM on Monday evtaung the 6th I Jane Pierce; and Mrs. Juanita : games bowled before that date. fund which is growing slowly but Fern Chapter No. 21, Order of ,
at... tiMbKaMa* on Flagler! :I Mrs. Eileen Coughlin NCCS to eventually provide
Ave'l Pinder is the Santa Claus and promises Eastern Star. entertains Key PO
fto*. at wbjrb the new I executive secretary is official enough to purchase several nice West Assembly No. 13. Order
chairman. =
helper :
.. oiga.uaaU...n presided and I I score keeper for these bowling trophy prizes. Rainbow for Girls. Scottish warlUq1.s. i OUfllITiWi.
A. mo** of discussion Following the meeting. bridge !
SMbju-t I sessions. If any Navy wife would like Rite Temple.SATURDAY .
_* nW tattntoming! Children's was played Mrs. Mary Jane I I From this morning bowling, a any information on this league DECEMBER 11- ;'EwELE
ONMM* Hartjr to be sponsored i Pierce acting as hostess, and I I a bowling eague has grown, I bowling. they are asked to call Annual Charity Ball. Sponsored From Common. CoWs \ / n--
by .. .h. and held on Deg pnzes were won by Mrs. Fay -
with four teams, who compete the league manager, Mrs. Vera
Elks Club. To be held
by That HANG OHCreomuluoo .
lai>c >.... a4 1M at the Junior I Saunders and Mrs. Norma Far-I I against each other before chal- Wood, at 543-M. I in Annex. 3118 W\\i., MHIirMlpf -
CfcMbr of Commerce Club-I aldo.Guests relieve,.......''bota***

-- i at the meeting and it goes right to the seal of die troobl *.ecd /.*...., lot Three ,OaWMritojMM ('
QIMMMMM were appointed to bridge game included the Misses I I To make banana fritters to To prepare a delicious Italian Mail The Citizen to Relatives to help lootea and esptl grt .lvU. .
..MO the affair Mrs Marie Shirley Langford and Marge. phlegm sad aid aature to tooth M4 ll i (01$ U Pin'1 i I serve with baked ham or luncheon spaghetti sauce, saute one or two heal raw tender Mflamed b:
oW..rtMM wiM. lie gift in.tharge.ill t.. of the Kemp I, meat split large ripe but firm finely minced cloves of garlic in ; TRUCKING SERVICE Furniture mucous oxtnbUM .T U ftwt....* Tune In WKWr t...y E*.... feat .
I bananas in lenghtwise halves Moving General Hauling to tell you a bottl 1. of Creo..' &, See U Y... Ca. "'"OTA ThC: .IH W
M*. K.# ,..aWu and Mrs. Nell Cabbage relish is inexpensive a third cup of salad oil: add a
Nho LMMM. efctertainment and. and delicious served with meat and cut across again. Roll each of finely chopped .. Every Load Fully Insured with the uadeniandi you matt Uk .. '
and cup the wry it quietly allay she.. couab I Kr, II .! f lieS
_ufb? wA toe under the direction II. or fish. Chop the cabbage fine quarter in flour saute or fry parsley and a cup of thin cream. |ISLAISD CITY TRANSFER or you ate so have your **aoty btk.CREOMULSION. I I -
g4 MM. Aaaa Drlanry and Mrs.AHA and season with salt, freshly in deep fat. Heat gently and mix with a half-I j|:Phone 166 524 Southard St.
Ofrboj reservations and ad- ground pepper, sugar, cider and I pound of cooked spaghetti J RESIDENT PHONE 1002-H "yJokr
i I..i>itgn are U charg ot Mrs., tarragon vinegar and celery salt, Mail The Citizen to Relatives cup ol grated Parmesan: cheese. I I_ forCoushsChestColdiBronUii i 1.

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but he gets around anyway. II. r rr ranvu
..It.. I' Mn.... The Weather Florida Airways I PUBLISHER ELECTED I Wheeled' even goes hunting. Two friend o rs nwtt1E

U.S. AID FOR CHINA FORECASTKey Give ReductionOn 1: n Chair HuntMARION parked lake and his chair built a in blind a field of mara cornstalks .

West and Vicinity: Con around it Then in no more .

ftf CLAAKC lEACHWAIH4NQ1'ON tinued fair weather with little Round HI.-< >-Joe White l time than it takes to say "ban=."!.
change in' temperature. Moderate Trip i Joe shot
has to stay put in a wheel chair. a goose.
What has economic assistance meant iI
our southeasterly winds thru Thurs --- -
to *** I ORLANDO, Dec. 8 (FNS-) I $ .<

-r has ..... rtr*. Sour cotton. petroleum products and fer- day.Florida: Cloudy with occasional President Joe. Dyer of Florida
ffyn-n .... trevived. $38.000.000 worth of these supplies showers over north portion Airways has announced that the t
H. iWnBrr'r Cooperation Administration (ECA) during Wednesday. Clearing and cooler company filed with the Civil Nw Bold
at all soaks. of. the China program. In t he next six Wednesday evening and Thurs Aeronautics Board, for effectiveness on $

p.... M vrtH mean tr.or.01 the same plus two new projects: i day. Partly cloudy over south tariff on to December I, 1948 a new I Ilttle le
provide for a 10
becoming percent
I A."foprtal. emiifMnent t and technical services" program I portion Wednesday r FI $er
,reduction on return of
cloudy with occasional showers portion around ,
IfWefelOOO, 2. A rural reconstruction ,
liliiaH wdi ctttf program. I and cooler Thursday. trip ticket when the ticketis .
bat. authotixed the expenditure of as much
S. w CnmjrtM Jacksonville through the Flor- purchased in advance.
N .. ida Straits: Gentle to moderate A similar tariff revision has I f
AI tike ..... 14._ long Ions ((2240 pounds); has been pur- southeasterly winds over south also been filed to become effective -
.... to .-. .. t*.. flour 17.8S8 long tons., in the United portion Wednesday and Thurs- i on December 15, 1948, on /" ...
...... Tfeeee |lave been used almost entirely to support raM -!I day. Moderate .jouth to i circular trip tickets to be used in I "!.,r< .
Chineee cities into which hordes of winds north south-I connection with other airlines.In I .,. : :1i .. '- itie
H.t.II to mojot} I I| west over I .... .- .-,., .
the first instance, the round
-r Wednesday shifting to
a.e.k"" t I i ', '
.... > TUKTm ...... .4 Afn("' I j northeasterly Wednesday evening trip reduction would be good : .JI' .'L. e
!" north to over all routes of Florida Airways LOUIE C. WADSWORTH of
.. moderate
.. f"eM. !ui"i brd liv I .1Chili) and I
whereas in the second -
&. HMM tees brit ahk> to noithwest Thursday. Partly I Live Oak publisher of the Su-
fceiM ttv -s..i 1m mm In..her cloudy weather over south portion. the journey may commence -
....... ter .adadr' ('Inth Often() Found( Cloudy with occasional on Florida Airways and' wannea Democrat. Branford He's Coming !
take different in {
route returning
a Herald and Mayo Free Press.
.. _.. arsMg iM Mr showers Wednesday eveningover t
'...... ..... In His Home north portion. clearing the!; to trip.Same the. point of origination of I was unanimously elected: president

worth ..lg Thursday. of the Florida Press Association /
= +....... have hr.i a). East Gulf: Gentle to moderate| at their annual convention h\
: .-.. .r V ........... TAMPA. Doc 8 (FNS) -Deputy winds sout hto southeast over Officials in Mount Dora recent : h

IiI........... .... .. el tTMw the Glen Turner head of 11m;- south portion Wednesday and ly. Other officers elected were
Qia. flea "A h.h twwwhdgueltQai borough County Hugh Cul- Thursday. Over north portion,I MIAMI(/P)-The same hands A. P. Cooke. publisher of the T .
w-M d MtretesMlta bieath's Missing Persons Bureau.became south to southwest winds shift- will hold the racing reins again ..
... .......... tni't ing to northerly Wednesday and 'this winter at Hialeah. The racing Plant City Courier first vice
convinced recently that and Rose Balf.
KlsM/rrsi. 6e4g.uma.i Thursday. Partly cloudy weather -i staff will be headed by president Polly
........ : the first and best place to locate with a few scattered show- I Stewarts George Brown Jr., and publisher of the Redland Dis
a purported strayedawayfromhome ers over north portion.No I John B. Campbell with Charles trict News. Homestead. second:
b 1. A ....-, M /-Mt'we.- child is right in the home. small craft or storm. warn J. McLennan as racing secretaryand vice president. Russell Kay of T" \-w ...kate ..,,.....

wee IM! hit June I I Parents anxiously called the ings have been issued. I George Cassidy as starter.N Tampa publisher of the Florida at the ether eanljef tie l Ke! '.1.*e'a 4fit
ir.hluP.I .nn>ay which Sheriffs Office and stated that REPORT I Newspaper News and Radio
....... .* e. cw...'. inlaaiiiurtelinn their three-year-old boy was .Key West. Fla. Dec. 8, 1948 > Name Key Digest. was reelected secretary *, I iwB.rla., ,. aIU. ..*.. a

....... ... .... lartlifN misting. One of the deputies was (Observation taken at City Office. (east end) _+2h 20m and treasurer. ; aaiaota fer wr !. .*.*. ...
ja....... Iram ak .( main' I,II j dispatched and upon arrival went 8:30: a.m.. EST) Bi-cd Cnica ; -? J fartj
...... I over the case with the grieved Temperatures (Sandy Point-Oh) 40m tetepke'e-'aa4 j jail aa 'loiBMtaa !.
AtMwt UigBOOvXM will be spratm I j parents. Highest yesterday n_ _. .." 84 Caldes Channel Your Grocer SELLS That Good .
__ rep.e.rMt d llf" tnt 01' I> On somewhat of a premonition, Lowest last night _. ._ __ 76 (north endt2h) JOm +1.4 ft 1 antwer jevr ... raMa aa yr..i.>4y aa

... act ..... f. in- :! the deputy asked permission to Mean -_ --. 80 oOo STAR BRAND 5 k prrseb1..1'ki. ( ( e ai4erMe ";' .. kiWttrr
irrdliri -'..i and came look in the boy's bedroom. There, Normal __ ._____ .n -__-_ 71 NOTE:
under the bed. sleeping with his PrecipitationTotal (-)-Minus sign Correctionsto AMERICAN COFFEE' --p tIparttt ..,-. NnW l. ....,....

.....-n. dog. lay the boy. last 24 hours _.- .. .00 ins. be subtracted and CUBAN
"a.4'Ii 6CAll'lehcM4* have The dog was the only one who Total this month .00 ins. (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to -Try A Pound Today- -

..Met. vtierc the reef objected and quite vociferously, Deficiency this month h .38 ins. be added. ii ,+r toVTHIIN attt mentora aera r.iaansw 6M.aertr
...... e mpmrnt to the deputy crawling under the Total this year 46.12 ins.I 1 L e "ra ....r.1GIoe
.*' bed and retrieving the "lost" Excess this year 9.26 ins. '
i I-
"tre Mprtl. I gsrepma.t. find child. Relative humidity. I
.Hd .-..... ........... ate brine ,r 8:3Q aon. -t I called tl.... tm aaallrarrr
ta. Hie wr lane of STEAL DEADLY 76% .. ._ -.' -
... M *..l a. in thereIn I (Continued From Page: One) BarometerSea
t nsase. a4 .....1 areas.Mt residents of the Key West area ( Level). 8:30 a.m.
1. ....... .* U.. in- who are benefiting from the pres- 30.03 ins.-1016.9 mbs.
a ..... d Weir fading ent mosquito control project being Tomorrow's Almanac
tato., 0>nM...nanl tt nt.. But they conducted by the Navy in Sunrise _. m n 6:59: a.m.'
frt MM stein la warranted' be- conjunction with city and county Sunset n' __ .. __ n_ 5:39: p.m.
..... of he g'.M se.nomtc and officials. Moonrise 1:23: p.m.,
_..., ...1....... el the nor- Captain O. A. Smith medical Moonset mn_. ____ n__ 12:49: a.m.
Matt. .._ A brek4. n in officer in command: of the Naval .
..........1 iii...-.-..seand cervicesIke hospital expressed concern over I TIDES ... I
.. ..... ..*.... Hie SevernpMttMn. I the loss of these poison filled jars I (Naval Bad) .
Meea4+h MMefr. The and asked that anyone who may TomorrowEastern I
Ii-imunieta ..*. Met captured' have them to make sure that no ( Standard. Time) ,
My .! the Mal.n.t yet aa far children or pets have access to High Low .
8A titer. 1..w1'he the jar*. It has been determinedthat 3:55 a.m. 10:28: a.m. I
.arise Mew prefect lot it* there are no children livingin 5:01 p.m. 11:15 p.m. .r'cc II
.w1 8e.4, If A Chm mft'i. the vicinity of the mosquito /
.. Rural Rrcon- collecting stations. ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I
.......... .a atlaMpt to develops (Reference Station: Key West) ....
T ." .... hag..... pe-ocram' James C. Thurber cartoonist- Time oil! Height of ....
..... ... tolerable for .
author born in Columbus Ohio, StationTide thigh water
-- 1 awral.. Mk. ..**. cempriaeel I
54 Honda
.. Mea.e4 .... a...e....tMIILIi years (ridge) -Oh 10m 0.0 ft Fuel CostsR
w. Wit. I* wiMttiiiiie farm- -.....---- .-...--
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..... .ta..tat. standards GET 7NEl : .
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.w ... sport hAMs- 1114 DIVISION STREET t ..
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